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In this area are compiled reports that may or may not be linked to the legal proceedings contained in this page, as well as any other information that affects the climate of impunity or justice surrounding crimes against journalists.
2012 - 5 - 23
La Tribuna

Al menos unos diez altos oficiales, expertos en investigación criminal, fueron asignados a la cacería de los actores intelectuales y materiales del secuestro y muerte del periodista Ángel Alfredo Villatoro Rivera.

2012 - 5 - 23
El Universal

El procurador de Oaxaca, Manuel Jesús López, confirmó este miércoles la detención de Lenin "N", probable homicida en 2006 del periodista estadounidense Bradley Rolland William, conocido como Brad Will.

2012 - 5 - 16

Miami (May 16, 2012)—The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) today joined other voices raised in outrage at the killing of journalist Alfredo Villatoro in Honduras, who had been kidnapped last week. The Association renewed its call on the authorities of this Central American country to take action to protect journalists and ensure press freedom.

2012 - 5 - 11
Liliana Honorato/NR, JOURNALISM IN THE AMERICAS, La República

According to Peruvian police, the mayor of Comandante Noel, Marco Rivero Huerta, is the mastermind behind the killing of journalist Pedro Flores Silva who was killed in September 2011 in Casma, reported the newspaper La República.

2012 - 5 - 9

The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) condemned the abduction this morning of Honduras journalist Alfredo Villatoro, asking the country’s president, Porfirio Lobo, to take immediate action in the case. It also urged the government to organize means of ensuring the safety of members of the press and put an end to the impunity that surrounds other cases of violence against news media and individual journalists.

2012 - 5 - 3

The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) today expressed sorrow and condemned the killing of two photographers and a reporter in Mexico, whose bodies were found today just as World Press Freedom Day was being celebrated. These events bring to four the number of members of the press put to death in that country in less than a week.

2012 - 5 - 1

The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) today condemned the murder in Mexico of journalist Regina Martínez, and expressed concern at the disappearance in Colombia of a French correspondent and at an attack on a radio announcer in Brazil.

2012 - 4 - 26

The IAPA is to send letters to the governments of Brazil, Colombia, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico and Peru in which it will call for immediate action to halt violence against news media and journalists and a review of legal proceedings in still unpunished crimes, some of them in danger of becoming subject to statutes of limitations.

2012 - 4 - 24

Miami (April 24, 2012)—The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) today condemned the death in Brazil of Décio Sá, the fourth journalist to be killed in the South American country so far this year, and called on the authorities there to conduct a prompt and in-depth investigation to determine who was responsible.

2012 - 4 - 17

Deadly, unpunished violence against the press rose sharply in Pakistan and Mexico, continuing a dark, years-long trend in both nations, the Committee to Protect Journalists has found in its newly updated Impunity Index.

2012 - 4 - 12

Washington, D.C., April 13, 2012 — The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) expresses its deep concern with respect to the amnesty legislation approved by the Parliament of Suriname on April 5, 2012. The legislation seeks to consolidate immunity for human rights violations committed during the military era (1982-1992) in Suriname, and to remove the exception in the 1992 Amnesty Law that applies to crimes against humanity and war crimes.

2012 - 4 - 10
Tania Lara - JOURNALISM IN THE AMERICAS Blog/ El Diario de Ciudad Juárez

An editorial published in the newspaper El Diario de Ciudad Juárez criticized Mexican authorities for leaving unpunished the killing of a journalist committed in 2008.

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