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Office of the Spokesman
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November 28, 2006
Question Taken at November 28, 2006 Daily Press Briefing

Mexico Investigation of Death of Journalist in Oaxaca (Taken Question)

Question: Do we have any concerns with the investigation into the death of an American journalist in Oaxaca?

Answer: The Government of Mexico continues its investigation of the death of American journalist Bradley Will, who was killed in Oaxaca on October 27. Our Embassy in Mexico remains in contact with Mexican officials who are conducting this investigation. We look forward to the completion of the investigation, and would encourage all persons with relevant information to cooperate with Mexican officials.

2006/1074

Released on November 28, 2006

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