A photographer for an investigative magazine who fled his home state after being harassed has been found dead in Mexico City along with other people.
The body of Rubén Espinosa, who collaborated with Proceso magazine and other media, was identified by a family member at the morgue on Saturday afternoon, the magazine reported, adding that he had two gunshot wounds.
Espinosa had recently gone into exile from the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, where he felt under threat, according to Proceso. His family had lost contact with him on Friday and by Saturday the free speech advocacy group Article 19 had called on Mexican authorities to activate the protocols for locating a missing journalist. Continue