4 Journalists Killed in Paraguay since 1992/Motive Confirmed


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2014

1992


Statistical Analysis

Job *

75% Broadcast reporter
50% Camera Operator
50% Columnist / Commentator
50% Editor
50% Photographer
50% Internet reporter/writer
50% Print reporter/writer
75% Producer
50% Publisher/Owner
50% Technician
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Medium *

50% Internet
50% Print
100% Radio
50% Television
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Gender

100% Male
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Local / Foreign

50% Local
25% Foreign
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Murder Victims

25% Threatened

Type of Death

100% Murder
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Impunity in Murder Cases

75% Complete impunity
25% Partial justice
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Suspected Source of Fire in Murder Cases

75% Criminal group
50% Government Officials
50% Local Residents
50% Military Officials
50% Mob Violence
50% Paramilitary Group
50% Political Group
75% Unknown
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Beats Covered by Victims *

50% Business
100% Corruption
100% Crime
50% Culture
50% Human Rights
50% Politics
50% Sports
50% War
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Freelance

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All figures are rounded to the nearest full percentage point. * May add up to more than 100 percent because more than one category applies in some cases.


4 Journalists Killed in Paraguay/Motive Confirmed

     Terminology explained

Edgar Pantaleón Fernández Fleitas, Belén Comunicaciones

     June 19, 2014, in Concepción, Paraguay

Fausto Gabriel Alcaraz Garay, Radio Amambay

     May 16, 2014, in Pedro Juan Caballero, Paraguay

Tito Alberto Palma, Radio Mayor Otaño and Radio Chaco Boreal

     August 22, 2007, in Mayor Otaño, Paraguay

Salvador Medina Velázquez, FM Ñemity

     January 5, 2001, in Capiibary, Paraguay



1 Journalist Killed in Paraguay/Motive Unconfirmed

     Terminology explained

Merardo Alejandro Romero Chávez, La Voz de Ytakyry

     March 3, 2011, in Ytakyry, Paraguay