Coatzacoalcos, Mexico: A columnist was discovered executed Wednesday in a savagery tormented zone of eastern Mexico, police stated, the most recent in a series of killings in one of the world's most hazardous nations for correspondents. Hugo Gutierrez, security priest and top of the police in the eastern province of Veracruz, censured the "fainthearted homicide" of Julio Valdivia, who worked for the paper El Mundo de Veracruz. "As a team with the state lawyer general's office we will deplete all assets to locate those capable," he said in an announcement. Valdivia's body was found with his bike on a train track in a rugged territory of the region of Tezonapa, as per his paper. He is the fifth columnist executed in Mexico this year, concurring media guard dog Reporters Without Borders, which asked the specialists to examine whether the 41-year-old was killed as a result of his work. Mexico is routinely appraised by the media guard dog as one of the most risky nations on the planet for writers. In excess of 100 writers have been executed in Mexico since 2000, with just a small amount of those violations bringing about feelings. In one uncommon such condemning, a man indicted for requesting the 2017 homicide of conspicuous writer Miroslava Breach was sentenced a month ago to 50 years in jail.