Coffee & Headlines • June 5, 2020

SPECIAL GUEST: Dr. Lynn Rogers

We are so grateful for Lynn’s comments on how to handle ourselves in these times of uncertainty. Feel free to connect with her directly by visiting her website.


Zero tolerance in Jalisco for people out and about when they should be at home. In Las Juntas, people using an outdoor sports park were detained (Contralinea)

In Guadalajara, the Zero Tolerance operative closed down shops without proper authorization to reopen (Informador)

Over 400 cases of Covid-19 now in Puerto Vallarta (Contralinea)

Learn about construction worker Giovanni López, detained on May 4 in Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, Jalisco for not wearing a face mask, pronounced dead the following day with signs of torture and a gun injury (Proceso)

March for justice for Giovanni López in Guadalajara yesterday turns violent, with police cars set on fire (Proceso)

Ixtlahuacán Mayor Eduardo Cervantes Aguilar called in to testify before the State of Jalisco’s Prosecutor’s office (Vallarta Independiente)

Jalisco Governor Enrique Alfaro involved in the Giovanni López case by Mexico’s Government Secretariat (Proceso)

Alfaro blames Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador and his party (Morena) for violence during yesterday’s march in Guadalajara (Proceso)

‘If you have evidence, please show it,’ responds AMLO to Alfaros accusations regarding yesterday’s march in Guadalajara (Informador)

Los Mangos Library releases statement to the press and for public opinion regarding the unlawful dismissal of five employees. You can download and read it (in Spanish) here.


Malecón II (from Los Arcos to the Río Cuale) reopens today to give access to restaurants and shops located there, NOT for recreational purposes (Contralinea)

Aeromar begins promoting special fares to five beach destinations in Mexico (Contralinea)

6 things to do at home this weekend, courtesy of The New York Times:

Shout-out to Robin Spencer’s Pig Out Groceries!

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