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The murder of Don Bolles: A players guide

On June 2, 1976, a bomb detonated under the car of Arizona Republic reporter Don Bolles in Midtown Phoenix. He survived an agonizing 11 days before he died. The closest assassins went to prison. Yet full justice was never served. The real puppetmasters got away with it. Many in high positions wanted it to go away.... Read more»

Mexican reporter: 'They are killing journalists like flies'

As Mexican journalists become war reporters in their own country, Marcela Turati of Proceso made a plea to U.S. investigative reporters: "Don't abandon us." She told attendees of a journalism conference about reporters killed by drug cartels, "discarded in the street" like trash, and others who are abducted, tortured, and sometimes killed.... Read more»3