JournalismPakistan.com April 2, 2012
Reporters without Borders is horrified by an attack on investigative journalist LeonidsJakobsons in Riga, in which he was badly beaten and sustained gunpowder burns from shots that were fired at him.
“We firmly condemn this targeted attack on Jakobsons, which was clearly linked to the highly sensitive subjects of his investigative reporting, and we hope he recovers quickly,” Reporters without Borders said.
“With fellow journalist GrigorijsNemcovs’murder two years ago still unsolved, it is vital that the police do everything possible to quickly identify both the perpetrators and instigators of this murder attempt or else there is danger that a climate of intimidation and self-censorship will take hold.”
See more here: http://en.rsf.org/spip.php?page=article&id_article=42219
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