Fishermen Forced to Smuggle Bodies to El Arbolillo in Veracruz – by Miguel Ángel León Carmona (e-Veracruz)

~ This story was originally published on March 22, 2017 ~ “Criminals came to recruit fishermen in Alvarado because they saw that there was no work here. They gave people a skiff for shrimp fishing and gas to use all Continue reading

Profiles of Three Murdered Journalists: A Translation from Tú Y Yo Coincidimos en La Noche Terrible – by Efrain Rodriguez Arzaga

Translator’s Note: The brutal and rotten nature of the “Mexican” Drug War has affected many, including professionals such as journalists. The following translations are tragic stories about Mexican Journalists that originate from the state of Veracruz. These journalists died doing Continue reading

Mexican Human Rights Update: In Other News, Veracruz – by Patrick Timmons

EL PASO, Texas: The current news cycle of the world’s media has been focused on Donald Trump since before he won the U.S. Presidency on November 8, 2016. So, North Americans may be forgiven for reading little else but the Continue reading

Migrants and the displaced fill shelters in Tijuana; the government does not address crisis – by Inés García Ramos (Semanario Zeta)

~This story was originally published by Zeta on September 5, 2016 ~ While migrant shelters are at double their capacity, the Ministry of Finance withholding a special fund of 300 million pesos approved since 2015. Meanwhile, the state government fails Continue reading