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Murdered Mexican journalist knew his life was in danger

MEXICO CITY - Two years ago, Mexican journalist Mario Gomez Sanchez went to police and told them he was afraid for his life.

Gomez, who worked at a newspaper in the southern state of Chiapas, said he had been threatened on Facebook by the driver of a member

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