The bags with the bodies were transferred to Semefo, where the number of victims found will be determined (Photo: Twitter / @ Gerardosedano)
Inside an abandoned house in the Chulavista subdivision, police of the municipality of Tlajomulco of Zúñiga, in the state of Jalisco, they found 17 bags with human remains.
Located in the crossing of Cerro Santana and Cerro Quemado streets, in stage nine of the housing development, the discovery occurred about minutes before 12:00 hours in the uninhabited property.
After various anonymous complaints, police elements arrived at the scene to check the reports: people alleged about the presence of unusual lumps In the area. Upon arrival, police confirmed that it was 17 plastic bags with human body parts, for which they notified the staff of the Attorney General of the State of Jalisco and the Forensic Medical Service (Semefo) so that the corresponding investigations were carried out.
Unofficially, police officers indicated that it could be at least five bodies (Photo: Twitter / @ RojaZmg)
The bags with the corpses were transferred to Semefo, where the number of victims will be determined found. Unofficially, he reported The Occidental, policemen pointed out that it could be at least five bodies.
The personnel to locate missing persons in a property of the Ojo de Agua neighborhood, also in the municipality of Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, concluded last Thursday with the recovery of 16 unidentified deceased persons.
In addition to the bodies, the personnel of the Special Prosecutor’s Office for Missing Persons also secured a total of 13 batches of bone segments, as well as two skulls, which were transferred to the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences for analysis.
After various anonymous complaints, police elements arrived at the scene to verify the reports: people alleged about the presence of unusual packages in the area (Photo: Twitter / @ Gerardosedano)
According to the official report, the actions that were carried out in this place began on December 11, 2020, after the agent of the Public Ministry was notified of the discovery of the body of a semi-buried person.
Once the criminal news was known, evidence was obtained that showed that the place was used to carry out clandestine burials, for which the ministerial staff, together with experts from the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences, continued with the work.
Due to the rugged terrain, the extraction actions were complicated for the workers, managing to fully recover the human remains, in addition to a thorough inspection of the place to rule out the presence of more bodies.
The State Prosecutor’s Office endorsed its commitment to society to tirelessly search for the people who are reported as missing, in addition to thoroughly investigating each case to find those responsible for this crime that causes so much damage to families.
The organization documents 73,742 victims who were allegedly deprived of their freedom by criminal gangs or detained by public officials from 1964 to date (Photo: EFE / Francisco Guasco)
Jalisco had its violent upswing in 2017, when the then governor of the entity, Aristotle Sandoval, admitted there was a dispute between the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel and the Nueva Plaza Cartel. Since then the graves do not stop appearing: drug traffickers or kidnappers often use them to dispose of the bodies of their victims or rivals.
At the beginning of the so-called war against drugs unleashed in the government of Felipe Calderón, from 2006 to 2012, rates of homicides and disappearances have increased notably. Along with this phenomenon, the accumulation of bodies in local morgues and the discovery of new clandestine graves has become such a normal scourge that the families of the bereaved have started national meetings to clarify the disappearance of their loved ones.
Mexico Evaluates published a report that includes the constant number of disappearances that prevails in the country in the midst of the government’s efforts to put a stop to the gangs of the organized crime.
The organization documents 73,742 victims who were allegedly deprived of liberty by criminal gangs or detained by public officials from 1964 to date. Of these cases, the majority are in the state of Tamaulipas, to the north of Mexico. The analysis adds three more entities: Jalisco, Sinaloa, and Colima.
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