J. Jesús Blancornelas (November 14, – November 23, ) was a Mexican journalist In response to the photo publication, the cartel attempted to kill Blancornelas in , but he managed to survive the attack and continued to report. Results 1 – 25 of 25 El cártel. Los Arellano Félix: la mafia más poderosa en las historia de América Latina (Spanish Edition) by Jesús Blancornelas and a great. El cártel focuses on the saga of the Arellano-Félix in Tijuana through the eyes of Jesús Blancornelas. When reading it, one has to realize that.
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Archived from the original on 18 December Jomaira Bells rated it it was amazing Jan 19, I never got around to reading it until June of this year, when I found myself with a lot of free time.
CARTEL, EL by Jesus Blancornelas
Luis Sada rated it it was amazing Jan 28, Archived from the original on August 11, Seizure Led to FloJo’s Death. Hank Rhon, a frequent target in Miranda’s columns and now the city’s mayor, has denied any involvement in the murder. And this will present a great danger. Mexico Border and Its Future 1st ed.
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The Blancornelas family erected a huge brick wall in their one-story house to increase their security measures; outside the house, a squadron of military men guarded the family, while some others protected blamcornelas Zeta offices.
Ina Zeta cover story on a warehouse filled with marijuana and guarded by local police broke the story of the arrival of blanccornelas Arellano Felix brothers, who would become the leaders of the Tijuana drug cartel.
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After losing three colleagues, I believe the price has been too high. Gotta find me a future, move out of my way S. Anyone interested in the history of 20th century Mexico. In April, weakened by illness, Blancornelas retired from the magazine he had founded. Pedro Gomez added it Feb 21, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: InOrtiz was shot to death in front of his children, and Blancornelas began his no-byline policy. Co-editor Francisco Ortiz Franco was killed in while driving in a car with his two young children.
Born in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosi, Blancornelas began his career as a sportswriter in the jesux. Mar 18, Daniel Guerrero rated it it was amazing Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But now it has grown across the whole of the Mexican republic. Eric rated it really liked cartle Oct 24, Lists with This Book. Jose Sanchez marked it as to-read Mar 30, El Norte Monterrey in Spanish.
Email required Address never made public. Melesio rated it really liked it Apr 16, Crusading Anti-Drug Journalist Dies”. Tejano marked it as jeaus Apr 04, Editora El Sol, S. Manny rated it really liked it Jun 18, Email Facebook Twitter Google Tumblr. I watched the narcomovies, movies that deal jeesus the drug trade explicitly, and listened still do to narcocorridos.
Thanks blancronelas telling us about the problem. They distributed the magazine across the border and eventually returned to Tijuana. After Blancornelas discovered that plainclothes police officers had bought all 20, copies of the issue, Zeta republished the issue under the headline “Censored! Books by Jesus Blancornelas. I would have liked to retire a long time ago There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Zeta republished the issue, with the headline “Censored! In the late s, cartel hits of police and prosecutors in the city became so common that Zeta would occasionally publish lists of the dead with titles such as “the Organogram of Death.
In the last years of his life, Blancornelas lived as a virtual prisoner, always accompanied by an escort of fifteen armed guards.
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