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Mexican Papers Probe Missing Journalists

Dozens of Mexican newspapers frustrated by fruitless police probes of slain and missing journalists simultaneously published the first in a series of reports on the cases Monday. Monday’s article in Mexican and U.S.-based Spanish-language newspapers focused on the April 2005 disappearance of Alfredo Jimenez Mota, 26, who covered drug trafficking for El Imparcial, the daily newspaper in Hermosillo, Sonora, which borders Arizona. The report named and described Sonora state families tied to drug trafficking, and pointed to evidence that Jimenez’s likely abductor was Raul Enriquez Parra, an alleged smuggler whose own tortured body was found in November 2005 after being thrown from a plane. Full Story

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