Journalist slain in Mexico promised readers 'activism'
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<p> Mexico's National Human Rights Commission says a 12th journalist has been slain this year in the country, which is one of the world's deadliest for the profession.</p> <p> Local media outlets identify the victim as Nevith Condés Jaramilllo, founder of a news website called El Observatorio del Sur. He was found stabbed to death Saturday at his home in Tejupilco, a town in the state of <a href="https://abcnews.go.com/alerts/Mexico" id="_ap_link_Mexico_Mexico_" target="_blank">Mexico</a> a three-hour drive southwest of <a href="https://abcnews.go.com/alerts/Mexico" id="_ap_link_Mexico_Mexico_" target="_blank">Mexico</a> City.</p> <amp-ad width=330 height=215 class="amp-ad" layout=responsive type="yieldmo" data-ymid="1371669105708743004"> </amp-ad><p> El Observatorio del Sur promises "independent socio-cultural citizen journalism" and professes a taste for "activism journalism."</p> <p> The rights commission said in a statement that "violence against journalists, in all its forms, is one of the principle obstacles for our country to consolidate as a democracy."</p>