Rodolfo Rincón Taracena

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CPJ urges Mexico to keep case of missing journalist open

March 3, 2010 4:46 PM ET

New York, March 3, 2010—Investigators in Tabasco State should continue to investigate the 2007 disappearance of Mexican journalist Rodolfo Rincón Taracena despite the recently publicized alleged confessions of five suspects in custody....

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The Disappeared in Mexico

September 30, 2008 12:15 AM ET

In Mexico, seven reporters have vanished in three years. Many had investigated links between public officials and drug traffickers. Are the crime groups changing tactics, or is a new type of perpetrator at work? ...

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Radio host gunned down in Tabasco

September 25, 2008 9:33 PM ET

New York, September 25, 2008--Mexican radio host Alejandro Zenón Fonseca Estrada was gunned down Tuesday as he was putting up anticrime posters in Villahermosa, capital of the Gulf Coast state of Tabasco. The Committee to Protect Journalists is investigating possible...

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Attacks on the Press 2007: Mexico

February 5, 2008 10:49 AM ET

MEXICO Mexican authorities failed again to vigorously pursue the perpetrators of violence against journalists, leaving reporters vulnerable to attacks and the news media resorting to self-censorship. Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries for the press, CPJ research shows,...

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Abducted crime reporter still missing

April 17, 2007 12:00 PM ET

New York, April 17, 2007—A Mexican crime reporter who was abducted on Monday by armed men in Agua Prieta, a city on the Arizona border, is missing. The Committee to Protect Journalists is investigating whether the incident was related to...

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After crime stories, a reporter vanishes in southern Mexico

January 26, 2007 12:00 PM ET

New York, January 26, 2007—The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned about the fate of Mexican reporter Rodolfo Rincón Taracena, who has been missing in the southern Tabasco state since Saturday night. CPJ is investigating whether Rincón’s disappearance is linked...

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