By Diane Lindquist, mexbiznews
Mexico's media image in the United States has taken a beating lately. Coverage of the outbreak of the deadly strain of swine flu and its focus on the country's raging narco-trafficking war in conjunction with the visit of President Barak Obama and members of his administration were presented as threats that were spreading across the border into the United States.
CNN and ABC underscored the possible danger to U.S. citizens, going so far as to seek out a San Diego County family that had been abducted and robbed on a Baja California toll road more than two years earlier. But they didn't include when the incident happened or that the alleged perpetrators were caught and security on the highway has been heightened.