There were at least 172 confirmed attacks against the media in Mexico last year. Article 19, a group promoting press freedom, alleges government officials were responsible for more than half of those attacks. Caught between drug gangs and widespread corruption among police and government officials, many journalists have chosen self-censorship to stay alive. What is making Mexico one of the world's most dangerous countries for journalists, and what does it mean for the country's democracy? Guests: Luis Horacio Najera, Dolia Estevez, Ricardo Gonzalez.