The first attack came at 7 p.m. Monday. Gerónimo Calderón Jiménez was getting off guard duty in southern Tijuana, when heavily armed gunmen shot him repeatedly and left behind a hand-written sign: Five officers will die each week, unless police chief Julián Leyzaola resigns.
- You: Successful Tijuana security chief’s job at risk (latimes.com)
- Human Rights Defenders Seek Protection in Mexico (nytimes.com)
- Loquat with Nortec Collective at The Independent (sfgate.com)