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Mexico: The Dangerous Climate for Free Speech

by Allison Dickinson Special to Sutradhar’s Market “Journalism in Mexico can be a violent business,” Lucy Conger wrote.  Unfortunately this statement from 1997 has become an understatement in present-day Mexico. The situation for journalists in Mexico has gotten progressively worse, … Continue reading

Posted in "El Diario de Juarez", Censorship, Committee to Protect Journalists, Drug Cartels, Drug War, Felipe Calderon, Free Speech, Gulf Cartel, Journalism, Juarez Cartel, Media Repression, Mexico, Newspapers, Self-Censorship, Sinaloa Cartel, Violence | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

In the Freefall of Insecurity, Mexico Unsafe for Many Journalists

by Rick Rockwell What do you tell a young reporter with not much to lose (besides their life) who wants to run off and cover the Drug War in Mexico? This is not a hypothetical question.  This is just one … Continue reading

Posted in "Los Angeles Times", Committee to Protect Journalists, Department of Defense, Drug Cartels, Drug War, Human Rights, Journalism, Mexico, Self-Censorship, State Department | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments