The Risks for Journalists in Mexico

Friday, June 22, 2012


Brooke talks to Mike O’Connor of the Committee to Protect Journalists about the risks that reporters face in a country beset by drug-violence, often targeted at the media.  


Mike O'Connor

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Brooke Gladstone

Comments [1]

Good grief. Disturbingly straight talk and a "Hope to see you again," from a world-weary Mike O'Connor. Much of Mexico calls for an end to the "War with the Cartels." It's not working and O'Connor explains why. But he also explains why the police - "too corrupt, inept, or just plain scared" can't take the Army's place.
What's the answer? Who do you train to investigate the stolen bicycle, the raped woman?

Jun. 29 2012 01:30 PM

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