Thursday, June 26, 2014

Michoacán: Lázaro Cárdenas and Hidalgo Narco Fosas yield 23 Bodies

Posted by "Pepe" for Borderland Beat

The remains of at least 12 bodies were found in a mass grave in Guacamayas, Michoacán, just outside the port city of Lázaro Cárdenas, following several days of searching and digging by authorities.  Authorities had previously made a public request that persons with missing family members submit to DNA testing to aid in the identification of the bodies.

The bodies are currently being analyzed to see if they match any of the numerous missing persons reported in the area in the last few years.

The operation was carried out exclusively by the Mexican military, without the involvement of any state officials.  

A couple weeks ago, a large group of experts from the federal Attorney General's Office in Mexico City (AG) arrived in the area and began the search and excavation process, aided by a canine group and other criminal and forensics experts.

After performing various studies on the soil and subsoil in La Mira, Buenos Aires, and Guacamayas, all just outside Lázaro Cárdenas, the AG sent a special team of experts to process citizens' complaints of missing family members. 

Additionally, several weeks ago, the AG conducted excavations on a ranch in La Mira, where it's said bodies were found in a mass grave, but no official statement was made.

It was following these findings that the search and excavations began in Guacamayas.

In addition to the above, Hidalgo fosas may be the remains of Federal Police
 
Also, today in Michoacán two fosas clandestinas were also found in the east of the state, near Cuidad Hidalgo.  This story is entirely unrelated to the above story.

In the Cuidad Hidalgo fosas, the remains of eight were found in one and three in the other.

It is believed that the eight in the first fosa include seven Federal Police and a civilian who went missing in late 2009.

29 have been arrested associated with these findings in east Michoacán, including numerous local police.


Sources: Cambio de Michoacan-Lo de hoy en la Puerto

14 comments:

  1. FILLED WITH AUTO DEFENSAS, IM GUESSING.

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  2. Ive heard stories from relatives pulling bodies out of presas when fishing and just leaving them on the shore for others to hopefully find them and other descuartizados scattered around when duck hunting. Not a word in the press. Sad. People usually dont tell the cops due to them might being the actual killers.

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    1. That's true michhiacan is next to lake chapala the biggest natural lake in Mexico it stretches from jalisco to michoacan but its starting to dry up so in the future I'm sure thousands of body's will pop out

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  3. Why are the police in Mexico so corrupt? Low salaries? Lack of morals? I just don't get it.

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    1. Easy, Plata oh Plomo

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    2. Dirt pay and dirt life make room foe easy money,you can never have enough money

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  4. It's crazy how sinaloa has so many different cartels, cds, beltranes- zeta, Juarez cartel, mazatlecos, and there ain't much violence even though they hate each other to the core.every once in along while they get into it but then stop. I think there to bussy making corridos

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    1. Sinaloa is all business that's why money is more important than blood but trust me people do get whacked a lot it's just very low profile.

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  5. These are the one's they actually find!!! Many go unfound, it's sad but it's true. Many people know about them but don't report them out of fear

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  6. @1:57 the police are corrupt because of the low pay, only the most corrupt and incompetent make it there, which also suits the federal police delegates who bring in the corruption from the nacional capital of corruption, el DF, where the worst rats come from, armed with the weapons the US gives them to keep the indiada down and in peace, or else.
    --there are still those that accuse the people down here of being crybabies for exposing shit as it is, and who wish we were silent, or dead, like the MSM and press all over the US and mexico, no thanks...

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  7. Por ordenes de Castillo van H3, Viagras, y Pitufo tras Dr. Mireles por tomar La Mira.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohShh85cdHI

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  8. After 4 plus years of Borderland Beat on my part, I've come to this conclusion: Mexico is a failed state. I don't care what govt. structure, there is just to much instability in this country, mind you I'm Mexican-American, to call Mx. anything but a failed state. Tens of thousands of missing, shootouts of almost every other day, tens of thousands of death due to violence. You can't cure an open wound with a band-aid. The govt. corruptus, organized crime, the elite etc. are just trying to get theirs without looking out for the welfare of the citizens of the nation. He dicho!

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  9. It's obvious now. Lázaro Cárdenas is PRI's cash cow operated by la Puta and her [sic] criminal cohorts..Want to kick PRI in the balls?...Dos Palabras....Lázaro Cárdenas

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  10. More death and contamination to groundwater in Mexico. This crap will not stop.

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