Reporting on the Mexican Cartel Drug War

Mexican Journalist Kidnapped

Wednesday, August 24, 2011 |


The editor of Mexican online newspaper A Discusion was abducted Wednesday in Culiacan, capital of the western state of Sinaloa, authorities said.

Humberto Millan, who also anchored a news program on Radio Formula, was abducted at around 6:00 a.m. while driving to the studios to do the broadcast, a source of the state Attorney General’s Office said.

The journalist “was intercepted by a unit” carrying four or five armed men, the source said.

Millan’s publication has not commented on the abduction, which bore the hallmarks of organized crime.

More than 70 news professionals have been killed in Mexico since 2000, according to figures compiled by the independent National Human Rights Commission.

Sinaloa is the bastion of Mexico’s most powerful drug cartel, whose fugitive boss, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, appears on the Forbes magazine list of the world’s richest people.

Source: EFE

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8 Borderland Beat Comments:

Anonymous said...

"intercepted by unit" = military.

Anonymous said...

Why don't they just, Say kidnap journalist and most likely will be killed or already dead because this is not a ransom kidnapping.

Anonymous said...

This just pisses me off!
And I agree "intercepted by unit" = military,
military = corrupted therefore useless for the common good of Mexico!

Anonymous said...

They found him dead in the morning in a feild just out of culiacan

Anonymous said...

And so he was found: http://www.mundonarco.com/2011/08/imagenes-del-periodista-humberto-millan.html

Anonymous said...

Yeah, they found his body already face down in a field.

Anonymous said...

This editor already appeared dead,his body was found thrown on the streets of culiacan.All because he probably published something chapo didnt like(most likely)

bobbay said...

Already dead, he was killed last night

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