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Mexico Press Freedom: Veracruz State Prosecutor Criminalizes Murdered Journalist Anabel Flores Salazar to Cover Up Forced Disappearance by Army | Mexico Voices

12.2.16

Mexico Press Freedom: Veracruz State Prosecutor Criminalizes Murdered Journalist Anabel Flores Salazar to Cover Up Forced Disappearance by Army | Mexico Voices: Aristegui Noticias: T�moris Grecko*
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Anabel Flores Salazar, the reporter murdered between Monday and Tuesday, witnessed what appears to have been the forced disappearance of three persons by members of the Mexican Army in August 2014.

This event put the Army at clear risk and should be one of the main lines of investigation to be followed by the Attorney General of the State of Veracruz. But, as he has in each and every one of the 16 cases of journalists killed under the government of Javier Duarte, the Prosecutor opted for criminalizing her: in a press statement, he reported that he will investigate whether Flores Salazar had criminal links as a possible motive for the crime.

Starting from the fact that the reporter tried to photograph, with her cellphone, soldiers carrying off Victor Osorio Santacruz and other two men from a restaurant on August 30, 2014, the Prosecutor does not deduce reasons for believing that her murder could have been an act of retaliation or elimination of witnesses, but assumes that she had a relationship with Osorio, an alleged member of the Zetas cartel.


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