Journalist Slain In Mexico City Had Signs Of Torture
MEXICO CITY — Mexico City’s mayor said Monday that no expense will be spared and no line of investigation ignored in the hunt for the killers of four women and a photojournalist, who had fled the state where he worked fearing for his safety.
The United National High Commission on Human Rights condemned the killings, saying that the bodies had signs of torture and sexual violence and that the climate of impunity “is one of the obstacles to practicing freedom of expression in Mexico.”
“We are all outraged by this crime,” Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera said at a news conference. “There will be no impunity in this matter. No line of investigation will be discarded.”