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From a comedian’s murder to secret service convictions: one journalist’s fight for justice.
Claudia Julieta Duque Orrego is a leading investigative journalist in Colombia. In 1999 the Colombian journalist, satirist and peace activist Jaime Garzón was shot five times in broad daylight. Two years later, when no charges had been brought for his murder, Claudia Duque began investigating. She became the target of intimidation, harassment and threats – which she investigated, too.