Mexico reporters killed since 2000

Mexico is one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a journalist: 55 have been killed there since 2000. The majority of killings are linked to organised drug cartels and their power networks, and most go unpunished. Journalists and media workers are targeted because of their unstinting determination to uncover the truth. This exhibition commemorates those who have died because they believed the truth was worth fighting for.

Journalist stories courtesy of the Committee to Protect Journalists

Mexico reporters killed since 2000

Maria Elizabeth Macías Castro

Luis Emanuel Ruiz Carrillo

Carlos Alberto Guajardo Romero

Luis Carlos Santiago

Valentín Valdés Espinosa

Bladimir Antuna García

Norberto Miranda Madrid

Eliseo Barrón Hernández

Armando Rodríguez Carreón

Alejandro Zenón Fonseca Estrada

Amado Ramírez Dillanes

Rodolfo Rincón Taracena

Roberto Marcos García

Bradley Will

Dolores Guadalupe García Escamilla

Gregorio Rodríguez Hernández

Francisco Arratia Saldierna

Francisco Javier Ortiz Franco

José Luis Ortega Mata

Humberto Millán Salazar

Yolanda Ordaz de la Cruz

Misael López Solana

Miguel Ángel López Velasco

Marco Aurelio Martínez Tijerina

Hugo Alfredo Olivera Cartas

María Elvira Hernández Galeana

Juan Francisco Rodríguez Ríos

Evaristo Pacheco Solís

Jorge Ochoa Martínez

José Luis Romero

José Alberto Velázquez López

José Emilio Galindo Robles

Juan Daniel Martínez Gil

Carlos Ortega Samper

Jean Paul Ibarra Ramírez

Miguel Angel Villagómez Valle

Teresa Bautista Merino

Felicitas Martínez Sánchez

Mauricio Estrada Zamora

Gerardo Israel García Pimentel

Saúl Noé Martínez Ortega

Adolfo Sánchez Guzmán

José Manuel Nava Sánchez

Misael Tamayo Hernández

Enrique Perea Quintanilla

Jaime Arturo Olvera Bravo

Raúl Gibb Guerrero

Roberto Javier Mora García

José Ramírez Puente

Pablo Pineda

Rodolfo Ochoa Moreno

Agustín López Nolasco

Flor Vásquez López

Mateo Cortés Martínez

 

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