In 2012, Regina Martínez was killed brutally in her home in Xalapa, Mexico. A journalist for the national investigative weekly Proceso, Martínez had been one of very few reporters in the Mexican state of Veracruz who refused cartels’ bribes or threats aimed at censoring the news.

“What the local press did not want to publish was published through Regina Martínez,” Jorge Carrasco, Proceso’s editor-in-chief, told The Washington Post.

How 60 reporters from 25 media outlets in 18 countries are finishing the work of murdered journalists – Poynter

In 2012, Regina Martínez was killed brutally in her home in Xalapa, Mexico. A journalist for the national investigative weekly Proceso, Martínez had been one of very few reporters in the Mexican state of Veracruz who refused cartels’ bribes or threats aimed at censoring the news.

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