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The photojournalist and professor at the Inter-American University for Development (UNID), Luis Eduardo Ochoa Aguilar, 29, was assassinated Tuesday night at the Infonavit Los Aguacates.
According to reports from the C5i of the Regional Police Station, Ochoa Aguilar was killed with several bullet wounds while on his way to buy food in the company of a cousin.
According to reports, both were intercepted by people who rigged them with firearms and stripped them of their belongings. They then moved to a recreational park, where he was shot.
Personnel from the Specialized Crime Scene Unit (UEEC) gathered evidence at the scene for the opening of the investigation, which will seek to determine whether the attack is related to his work in various media.
A report from Primera de AM says he was shot in the head while he was attempting to stop a fight.
A check of his work doesn’t give an indication that he ever published work linked to organized crime.
For three years, Luis Eduardo Ochoa Aguilar no longer practiced as a journalist, however, he was a teacher of Communication Sciences at UNID, a private institution from which he also graduated.
At the same time, Luis Eduardo Ochoa Aguilar devoted his time to photographic production.
The journalist worked in the newspapers La Opinión de Michoacán and La Voz de Michoacán, as a photographer.
Ochoa Aguilar is the second journalist killed in Governor Silvano Aureoles’ presidential term, after Salvador Adame, director of Channel 6 of Nueva Italia, was found dead on June 14 in the municipality of Gabriel Zamora.
“Lalito, you will always be in our hearts. I have no words for this. I send you a big hug to heaven, I love you,” commented a user in her latest publication by the journalist from Uruapan.
“Nooo, don’t go to Fovisste … take a bus and go aimlessly … good people deserve to live.
(I hate fucking crime, and a little less those who overlap knowing what their boyfriends, relatives or whatever and my hatred on the same scale for those who admire them)
Your life was worth more than any of these. “
“DO NOT KILL THE TRUTH, KILLING JOURNALISTS!” they shared in the publication of a news the page of graduates of ONOEM.
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