His vehicle was found abandoned on a farm in another province in the north of the country, the media outlet said.
Gorriti considers that the advance of investigations into Operation Car Wash motivated these demonstrations and the acts of harassment against IDL-Reporteros.
"For us it is a total mistake. Reducing the risk for journalists to four criminal risks is not recognizing that the main risks and aggressions have come from the State in the last 12 years," César Ricaurte said
Enfoque Monterrey reported that in 2014 the journalist denounced having been threatened by two police officers of the municipality where she resided.
Mora and Pineda were set free along with political prisoners and leaders of social demonstrations against the government that began in April 2018.
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