A resident journalist named Dr María del Rosario Fuentes Rubio from Reynosa, Mexico, who spoke out against organised crime in her city was tracked down and brutally killed by Mexican drug cartel who then hacked into her twitter account and tried it to announce her death and then posted a photograph of her bloody, lifeless body.The cruel pic was associated with some tweets, which started by saying:’Friends and family, my real name is María del Rosario Fuentes Rubio. I’m a physician. Today my entire life has reached its end. Don’t make the exact same mistake I did.
She was noted for tweeting under the name Felina and @Miut3 handle with the hashtag #reynosafollow to warn others about crime in her city, that includes a reputation for corruption. The Tamaulipas state prosecutor’s office says it’s investigating whether Dr Fuentes Rubio has been killed after being reported kidnapped with a gunman on Thursday.Dr Fuentes Rubio was an administrator for Valor por Tamaulipas (which means Courage for Tamaulipas), the most visited citizen news hub in the state. Her Twitter account was once used to fairly share details about possible shootouts within the heavy gang and drug cartel community, but has since been suspended.The Valor por Tamaulipas Facebook group paid tribute to Dr Fuentes Rubio, calling her’a health care provider who had been specialized in informing the city about risks—with a center as large as her courage.
‘Members of the group posted:’Today, Miut3 stopped reporting. Nevertheless the criminals don’t realize that Miut3 this inside our soul and she would never surrender to organised crime.’ The group received a frightening tweet weekly before her demise which said: ‘We’re coming very close to a lot of you be careful felina.’ Reynosa lies within their state of Tamaulipas which borders Texas from east Laredo to the Gulf of Mexico. Two rival drug cartels in Tamaulipas have final say over what gets printed or broadcast in the neighborhood media, based on the Daily Beast. This means the folks of their state increasingly have considered social networking to fairly share details about organized crime and its infiltration of the government.