Sergio Dorantes was a Mexican photojournalist who ended up being acquitted for the murder of his wife. Sergio began his photography career as a paparazzo, which is defined as a photographer that follows famous figures and takes their pictures to later sell to newspapers and magazines. Sergio’s stories and photos have been published to places such as the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Sunday Times, Independent, and Sunday Telegraph, the Chicago Tribune, El País, Newsweek, Time, Forbes, Fortune, BusinessWeek, GEO, Elle, and Paris Match. He has traveled to many places including Mexico, the United States, Indonesia and Malaysia.

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