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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Apr 20, Mario Antonio added it. In the last years of his life, Blancornelas lived as a virtual prisoner, always accompanied by an escort of fifteen armed guards.

Jesus Blancornelas, 70; writer exposed actions of drug cartels

Miguel Rubio marked it as to-read Dec 15, Books by Jesus Blancornelas. Suffering for months from the effects of stomach cancer, Blancornelas died in a hospital in Tijuana, the city where his Zeta magazine, founded inhad earned him fame as “the spiritual godfather of modern Mexican journalism.

Jesus Rendon rated it really liked it Oct 29, Felipe Valerio added it May 28, But now it has grown across the whole of the Mexican republic. Cavanaru8 added it Jul 13, Tejano marked it as to-read Apr 04, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Igor marked blanconelas as to-read Dec 03, Paperbackpages.


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Due to the public outcry, the Mexican authorities decided to report the attack to the Office of the General Prosecutorwhich had greater resources than the state authorities.

Ldbadill rated it liked it Jan 25, Committee to Protect Journalists. Committee to Protect Journalists. Blancornelas covered the rise of Mexico’s drug trafficking organizations for more than thirty years, but his best work in the field took place during the s.

After spending 20 days in the hospital, Blancornelas recovered from his wounds and returned to publishing for the Zeta magazine. Juan Blancirnelas marked it as to-read Mar 11, Zapatos y saco son muy grandes.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. We should show our solidarity with them. Jomaira Bells rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Latin Politics, Global Media 1st ed.

Elizalde, however, was hit 38 times. No trivia or quizzes yet. Felipe Landeros rated it it was amazing Jul 27, Undeterred by the killing of more journalists, Blancornelas and Zeta continued to publish stories, including one that detailed links between the Tijuana cartel and the Mexican Blancornnelas, a California prison-based gang.


Teddy Herrera marked it as to-read Mar 18, Introduction to International Relations Georg Sorensen. I would have liked to retire a long time ago Peter Serafin rated it it was amazing Jul 16, His work encompassed an extensive research on how the drug industry influences local leaders and the blahcornelas in the Mexican state of Baja California — topics frequently avoided by the rest of the Mexican media.

Want to Read saving…. Published June by Grijalbo first published I watched the narcomovies, movies that deal with the drug trade explicitly, and listened still do to narcocorridos. Soon El Jeuss will knock on the door of the presidential palace. Jose Sanchez marked it as to-read Mar 30,