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Second murder of a journalist in a week in the Mexican city of Tijuana

    Mexican journalist Lourdes Maldonado was “murdered” this Sunday night in Tijuana , state of Baja California (northwest), less than a week after the murder of another journalist in the same town, according to the regional prosecutor's office in a statement. Maldonado has “been attacked with a firearm, while in a vehicle,” the report detailed. The events took place a few days after the murder, also in Tijuana, by the photojournalist Margarito Martínez, contributor to the weekly Zeta and foreign media. Martínez's body was found next to a vehicle in a residential area of ​​this city bordering the United States.

    Lourdes Maldonado

    worked as correspondent in Tijuana to from the nineties for a Mexican medium. He later collaborated in various media, including First News System (PSN), by Jaime Bonilla, who was governor of Baja-California from 2019 to 2021. The victim had won a labor lawsuit against PSN for abusive dismissal . Maldonado attended one of the morning conferences of the president Andrés Manuel López Obradorin 2019 to ask for help in the labor lawsuit against Jaime Bonilla. “I come here to ask you for support, help and labor justice because I fear for my life,” he said on this occasion.

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