(World Watch Monitor) — A Mexican pastor interviewed last year by World Watch Monitor was shot dead earlier this month in another exhibition of lawlessness in the troubled city of Juarez, which is just across the border from El Paso, Texas.
Eduardo ‘Lalo’ Garcia was shot at least six times on 8 June, as he was chased by unidentified assailants believed to be members of the drugs trade, which is rife across Mexico’s northern border towns.
He had attempted to flee his pursuers in his car, but he was chased and shot, his car eventually swerving into a bus stop, and then another car, before coming to rest.
During his interview with World Watch Monitor last year, the pastor had spoken of his 24-year-old son Abraham’s murder during a particularly gruesome period of violence in 2009.
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