Mexico is described as “Hell” by journalists

Posted on August 20, 2012 • Filed under: Conflicts, Crime, Mexico reported ….”This is a war, never been so bad,” said Marcela Turati, author of Mexican journalist “Crossfire” and who has covered drug crimes for years. “This is worse than Colombia , is unlike any other war: there are no fronts, no trenches, you never know who is involved with drug traffickers and who is not. ”
Peter now dedicates only to cover deaths, never investigates the links between drug traffickers, corrupt officials and police as that would be a death sentence. Many do not sign their articles, but Peter says that the drug cartels always know who wrote them and people who have infiltrated into the newsrooms, easily identified as one day arrive at the office at the wheel of a Mini Coupe or any other luxury car.

Despite all this, Peter is considered lucky. Other journalists have had to leave the place their families narco fearful that retaliation against them. And in other Mexican states such as Veracruz and Guerrero, reporters have been completely silenced after many of them were killed. Read Article

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