Manuel Buendía Tellezgirón (24 May – 30 May ) was a Mexican journalist and Manuel Buendía Tellezgirón was born in Zitácuaro, Michoacán, Mexico on 24 March . La Santa Muerta (“Saint Death”, ); La CIA en México (“The CIA in Mexico”, ); La Ultraderecha en México (“The Far-Right in. la ultraderecha en mexico de Manuel Buendia. 2 likes. Book. La mejor revista de investigación de México, Leading Independent Magazine. La ultra derecha en México- Manuel Buendía · Reporte Especial de la BBC.
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His direct reporting style in his column Red Privada “Private Network”which publicly exposed government and law enforcement corruption, organized crime, and drug trafficking, was distributed and read in over newspapers across Mexico.
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After losing interest in the party, he left to work for La Prensa and became the editor-in-chief in He was also famous for breaking news on controversial political subjects thanks to his access to top Mexican officials.
His investigative reporting, however, angered many and made him a frequent target of death threats, which he took very seriously. For over five years, the murder case remained unsolved and with several irregularities, including the loss of evidence.
After a few years, he was awarded a scholarship at Instituto Patria, a Jesuit high school ultraderechaa Mexico City. Upon graduation he attended the Escuela Libre de Derechoa private Law school in Mexico City, but dropped out manul take care of his family following the death of his father in He worked as an buednia, crime reporter, and political columnist for the newspaper until he became the editor-in-chief in January His investigations angered many in Mexico’s political elite and made him a frequent target of death threats.
After killing him, the assailant fled on a motorcycle with another man. However, the investigation dragged for over five years with no arrests and several inconsistencies, including the loss of evidence.
The perpetrators were apprehended in under the administration of President Carlos Salinas de Gortari.
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Moro and Zorrilla were sentenced to 25 and 35 years in prison respectively, but were released from prison in February for good conduct after serving at least half of their sentences. Several public intellectuals, journalists, press freedom organizations, newspapers, and politicians protested their releases.
Ultradegecha 10 SeptemberZorrilla was released from prison after a Mexico City judge granted him the opportunity to fulfill the remaining years of his sentence at his residence due to unstable health conditions.
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