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Mexican journalist Mario Gomez Sanchez said he had been threatened on Facebook by the driver of a member of Congress whom Gomez had accused of corruption in a recent news story.
On Friday, Gomez was leaving his house in the small town of Yajalón when two unknown attackers approached on motorbikes and opened fire. Gomez, 40, was shot multiple times, authorities said. He died later at the hospital, becoming at least the ninth journalist slain in Mexico this year.
Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists, vulnerable to threats and violence both from organized crime as well as public officials. Over the last several years, journalists have been killed on average once every month.
Hundreds of journalists have sought help from a federal protection program that provides emergency evacuations, police escorts and a panic button that summons authorities. But even journalists enrolled in that program have been slain.
https://baja-search.com/journalistkilled

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More junk in TV feeding of the "lifestyle" of rich and famous. People bitch about them in real life as they are part of the corrupt system and watch 'em in TV shows.... amazing behavior.
"Bread and circuses" is a figure of speech, specifically referring to a superficial means of appeasement. Wondering how much the Mexican government spend to support that series being made in and for Mexicans
Netflix is launching its first Mexican reality series and the show is looking to capture a lot of drama among some of the country’s wealthy members of its high society. Made in Mexico will follow the lives of nine of Mexico City's rich, sophisticated and fashionable socialites, displaying their opulent lifestyles while “revealing the flawed lives of the seemingly perfect elite.”

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Mexico - Since 2000, more than eighty media workers have been murdered in Mexico. Others were kidnapped or disappeared. Many reported on drug trafficking, corruption and the amalgamation of politics and organized crime. Hardly any of the perpetrators will be punished.
Therefore, many media avoid sensitive topics, self-censorship is commonplace.
The concentration of ownership, especially the television and radio stations is high. Many journalists are poorly paid and vulnerable to corruption.

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Another execution-style murder in La Paz near Morelos high school at Forjadores y 5 de Febrero at about 16:30hr. About 30 meters from Jose Ma. Modelo y Pavón High School a male individual was executed inside a grey Nissan vehicle at traffic line next to the median of the 4 lane street.
http://news.bajaurl.com/post/173274653075/murder24april2018

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Mexico’s five presidential candidates have faced off in the first of three televised debates ahead of the country’s elections on July 1. The presidential hopefuls focused on issues of governance and security, as well as corruption and democracy. Here’s all you need to know
http://news.bajaurl.com/post/173260664265/presidentialdebate
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The European Union and Mexico reached an agreement on Saturday on a new free trade deal, a coup for both parties in the face of increased protectionism from the United States under President Donald Trump. The European Commission said that under the deal struck on Saturday, practically all trade in goods with Mexico will be duty-free
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First presidential debate will be held in Mexico City today (21 April) and will be live broadcast by Univision, Telemundo and Mexicanal in Mexico and the US. The debate among the five main candidates will be moderated by the TV journalists Denisse Maerker (Televisa), and Sergio Sarmiento (TV Azteca), as well as Azucena Uresti (Milenio).

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Earlier this month, a Mexican thinktank named Los Cabos the world’s most dangerous city outside a war zone.
Los Cabos, la ciudad más violenta del mundo en 2017: Consejo Ciudadano
Otras cuatro ciudades mexicanas se ubicaron entre las diez del mundo con mayor tasa de homicidios por cada 100 mil habitantes.

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Drug Enforcement Administration-led operations in Mexico. For two decades, the “Sensitive Investigative Unit Program” has been the DEA’s workaround method of battling drugs with foreign partners it doesn’t always trust. In Mexico, however, the SIU has been plagued by corruption from the start.

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We are back to the old “normal” of daily killings if you observe the daily news. (If so, keep in mind to do with a grain of salt - ALL local and popular opinion websites / outlets are “sponsored” by the government).
A person was shot and killed with 3 bullets to the head in the downtown area of Márquez de León and Guillermo Prieto. Basically diagonally across the street of La Cava del Patron

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