His direct reporting style in his column Red Privada "Private Network" , which publicly exposed government and law enforcement corruption, organized crime, and drug trafficking, was distributed and read in over newspapers across Mexico. After losing interest in the party, he left to work for La Prensa and became the editor-in-chief in He was also famous for breaking news on controversial political subjects thanks to his access to top Mexican officials. His investigative reporting, however, angered many and made him a frequent target of death threats, which he took very seriously.
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