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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Return to Book Page. After spending 20 days in the hospital, Blancornelas recovered from his wounds and returned to publishing for the Zeta magazine. Cavanaru8 added it Jul 13, They Were Giants 1st ed.
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After Blancornelas discovered that plainclothes police officers had bought all 20, copies of the issue, Zeta republished the issue under the headline “Censored! The nature of Blancornelas’ work forced him to live under a “self-imposed home arrest,” only traveling to his workplace and home with multiple Special Forces bodyguards from the Mexican Armywho accompanied him everywhere.
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Jesus Blancornelas, 70; writer exposed actions of drug cartels
Born in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosi, Blancornelas began his career as a sportswriter in the mids. Having become a symbol of journalistic tenacity and courage, he received numerous international awards, including Columbia University’s Maria Moors Cabot Prize and awards from the Inter American Press Assn.
Latin Politics, Global Media 1st ed. InOrtiz was shot to death in front of his children, and Blancornelas began his no-byline policy. InZeta’s investigation of the assassination of presidential candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio in Tijuana arrived at a conclusion almost as controversial as the magazine’s exposes of the cartels: Valeria Blanco rated it it was amazing Sep 12,