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Armando Rodríguez, born Armando Rodríguez Carreón and also known as "El Choco", (1968? – 13 November 2008), was a Mexican journalist who covered the crime beat for El Diario de Juárez in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico and was murdered at his residence. He was known for his investigative journalism and reporting on crime, including the Juárez murders, and his death was acknowledged by the Board of the Investigative Reporters & Editors in an official statement that condemned his murder.

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  • Armando Rodríguez
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  • Armando Rodríguez, born Armando Rodríguez Carreón and also known as "El Choco", (1968? – 13 November 2008), was a Mexican journalist who covered the crime beat for El Diario de Juárez in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico and was murdered at his residence. He was known for his investigative journalism and reporting on crime, including the Juárez murders, and his death was acknowledged by the Board of the Investigative Reporters & Editors in an official statement that condemned his murder.
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  • Armando Rodríguez (journalist)
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  • Armando Rodríguez, born Armando Rodríguez Carreón and also known as "El Choco", (1968? – 13 November 2008), was a Mexican journalist who covered the crime beat for El Diario de Juárez in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico and was murdered at his residence. He was known for his investigative journalism and reporting on crime, including the Juárez murders, and his death was acknowledged by the Board of the Investigative Reporters & Editors in an official statement that condemned his murder.
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  • Ciudad Juárez is located in Mexico
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  • Ciudad Juárez, Mexico
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  • Ximena Rodríguez and son
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  • Murder by gunfire
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  • Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico
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  • El Diario de Ciudad Juárez
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  • his reporting on the Juárez murders and bringing international attention to violence in the city
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  • Armando Rodríguez
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  • Armando Rodríguez Carreón
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  • Journalist
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  • "El Choco"
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  • Blanca Martínez
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