Mexican Actress And TV Icon Pepita Gomís Last Moments – Two columnists, one who worked for the every day Prensa Libre and one more utilized by Radio Nuevo Mundo, were killed before an administration place of business in Suchitepequez, a territory in Guatemala, crisis administrations authorities said.Danilo Lopez and Federico Salazar were gunned down on Tuesday in the city of Mazatenango’s focal park by two people riding a cruiser.
Lopez, a columnist for Prensa Libre, was articulated dead at the scene, while Salazar, who worked for Radio Nuevo Mundo, kicked the bucket at a clinic in the city.Marvin Tunchez, another columnist, was injured in the left arm and chest, local group of fire-fighters representative William Gonzalez said.Tunchez, who reports for the Publinews paper and satellite TV station 23, was moved to a medical clinic neighborhood.
Tunchez’s family approached authorities to “secure him for being an onlooker and having endure the assault.Lopez recorded an objection with the investigator’s office, charging that San Lorenzo Mayor Jose Linares Rojas had conveyed intimidations against him, Prensa Libre announced.The dangers were made later the distribution in July 2013 of a story depicting 2.8 million quetzales ($358,000) of “nonexistent public works” during Linares Rojas’ organization, the paper said.
A suspect, recognized as Sergio Valdemar Cardona Reyes, was captured four hours later the shooting, the National Civilian Police, or PNC, said.Examiners said Valdemar was captured while riding a blue cruiser in Cuyotenango, a city found eight kilometers (around five miles) from the shooting scene.The Committee to Protect Journalists, or CPJ, said in its yearly report that 60 individuals from the media were killed all over the planet in 2014.
Eight writers were killed in Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, Paraguay and Peru in the last sixmonth period, the Inter American Press Association, or IAPA, said.The two killings in Guatemala bring to 10 the quantity of individuals from the media killed in the Americas in the beyond a half year.