Bradley Will

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Attacks on the Press 2006: Mexico

MEXICO Gunmen stormed the offices of the Nuevo Laredo daily El Mañana in February, firing assault rifles, tossing a grenade—and setting the tone for another dangerous year for Mexican journalists. The shocking assault, which seriously injured reporter Jaime Orozco, spurred the federal government to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate crimes against the press. The…

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Two officials suspected in shooting of U.S. journalist released

New York, December 4, 2006—The Committee to Protect Journalists renewed its appeal to Mexican federal authorities today to take over the investigation into the killing of U.S. journalist Bradley Roland Will after two local officials suspected in his shooting were freed. Will, 36, an independent documentary filmmaker and reporter for the news Web site Indymedia,…

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CPJ calls for federal probe into killing of U.S. journalist in Mexico

Dear Mr. Cabeza de Vaca: The Committee to Protect Journalists is shocked and outraged by the shooting death of U.S. journalist Bradley Roland Will in Oaxaca, and calls upon the federal authorities in Mexico to fully investigate this killing and bring those responsible to justice.

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