Crusading Mexican Journalist Murdered in Tijuana
NPR's Madeleine Brand talks to Sandra Dibble of The San Diego Tribune about Tuesday's murder of journalist Francisco Ortiz Franco in the sprawling border city of Tijuana, Mexico. Ortiz Franco was a founding editor of Zeta, a weekly magazine known for investigating drug trafficking and corruption.
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