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Xalapa, Mexico (CNN) -- Two people accused(被告) of posting false rumors(谣言) on social media about school attacks in eastern

Mexico walked free Wednesday after authorities(当局) dropped terrorism charges against them. The pair had spent nearly a month behind bars. Wednesday morning the prosecutor(检察官) in Veracruz state sent a request asking that authorities drop charges against them, the Coatepec municipal court and a human rights organization said. Maria de Jesus Bravo Pagola and Gilberto Martinez Vera told reporters they were eager (着急) to see their families. Bravo shouted "Thank God!" after the liberation order was issued. Martinez lifted(解除) his arms in relief. The two were accused by the Veracruz government of posting false rumors on Twitter and Facebook about alleged school attacks on August 25. Bravo, a journalist, told CNNMexico.com Wednesday that she posted information citizens had given her, and did not commit a crime. How many deaths did my action produce? There is no crime. I did not injure anyone. What I tried to do was stop the violence,¨ she said. Authorities in Veracruz originally said Bravo´s Facebook posts were among a series (连串) of online messages that fueled(点燃) a chaotic(混乱) scene in the Mexican port city. One post claimed that five children were kidnapped. One mentioned bomb threats. Another described a helicopter firing gunshots at an elementary school(小学). "Remain calm. I think that the children should be in their homes. Go get them," another post warned. Veracruz Gov. Javier Duarte initially(最初) accused those behind the messages of "terrorism." A charge of terrorism carries a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison. But he later proposed the creation of a lesser crime in the state's penal code amid a firestorm of criticism from activists and human rights groups, who said the terrorism accusation -- and the possible punishment -- didn't fit the crime. Lawmakers approved the new measure, creating a crime for disturbing the peace, on Tuesday. Critics of the state government's response have said it could stifle social media, an increasingly common way to communicate about violence in Mexico at a time when some don't trust reports they're getting from the government or more traditional sources. "In the last few years, social networks have played a very important role in generating this type of communication about possible attacks," Jorge Chabat, a security expert at Mexico's Center for Research and Teaching in Economics, told CNN earlier this month. "In some cases, the population does not have many other mechanisms to protect itself against actions of organized crime groups." Attorney Fidel Ordonez Solana told CNNMexico.com that the state's interior minister called him to inform him that his clients would be freed. He described his clients' release as "a success of society." Bravo said she planned to spend the coming days physically recovering from her imprisonment and pursuing her journalism career once again. Bravo said Wednesday evening that she already knew what her first Facebook post would be: thanking supporters -- and encouraging them to ¨keep writing and denouncing¨ crime on social networks.

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