Sunday, September 16, 2018

Jalisco: 157 Unidentified Bodies with Nowhere to Go

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Sin Embargo

                                 The image is from a video taken by residents of Tlaquepaque.

The unidentified bodies did not fit in the facilities of the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences. They put them in a trailer, and drove them from municipality to municipality. 157 unidentified dead roam Jalisco in trailer; nobody wants them and they do not fit in the forensic coolers.

A trailer with 157 bodies has traveled through at least three municipalities of Jalisco and has been stationed near housing areas. It is a refrigerated box that belongs to the State Prosecutor's Office and that protects the bodies of unidentified persons and that do not fit in the facilities of the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences.

The trailer was housed in a warehouse in the La Duraznera neighborhood, in the municipality of San Pedro Tlaquepaque, waiting for the construction of 10 crypts modules with a capacity to house 800 bodies, since the facilities of the Institute of Forensic Sciences are full to the top. These crypts would be built in the area of ​​El Vado, in the municipality of Tonalá.


The neighbors of El Vado have demonstrated against the construction, accusing that they would be very close to the housing areas, so that currently the work is suspended.

Before the protest of neighbors and traders in the area of ​​La Duraznera, the Mayor of Tlaquepaque, María Elena Limón, asked the Government of the entity to comply with the agreement to remove the trailer from the warehouse, as he said they did not have the measures necessary to keep the corpses there.

"I request in the most attentive and firm way to the Government of the State to fulfill the agreement taken this afternoon by telephone, to remove in 48 hours the trailer box of these facilities, given the discontent of the population and merchants of the area, all time that the aforementioned winery does not have permits for its operation, even less to safeguard these corpses in conditions of healthiness and humanism, "he said in a statement.

The mayor also accuses that this reflects the "insufficient insufficient coordination and communication between the state and municipal authority", because at no time were they informed of this situation. Then he remembered that they had 48 hours to get the unit out of there.

Later, agents of the Office of the Prosecutor took the trailer to a Tlajomulco site on September 14. 

Neighbors of the area reported through social networks the abandonment of the unit near an area of ​​subdivisions and also began to protest the foul smell that came out of the unit, they even assured that the box shed blood.

Finally, the unit was taken to a warehouse in the industrial zone of Guadalajara, near the entity's Attorney's Office.

The neighbors of El Vado, in Tonalá, have demonstrated against the construction of the crypts, as they accused they would be very close to the housing areas. Currently the work is suspended.

And is that before, on August 22, the Secretariat announced the start of work to build 10 crypts modules of five by nine meters each, which would have a capacity to house 80 bodies per space, so that at the end they will be able to house 800 corpses.


For the massacres in Jalisco, 300 spaces they had previously to store the unidentified bodies were full That is why the use of a refrigerated trailer box. The New Justice System prevents the authorities from cremating the bodies, as they are necessary for future investigations and to clarify their deaths.

"We will have to withstand foul odors and ashes, depending on the direction of the wind. In addition to the other problems that could lead to trying to be recovered bodies in a violent way, "said the neighbors organized in a Board.

According to the newspaper El Informador , only 3,942 autopsies were performed this year, which means an average of 16 daily procedures.

29 comments:

  1. No respect for the dead. Surely a sign of the impending war.

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  2. Stock in lye must be through the roof. - Sol Prendido

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    1. 5:05 no lye, bodies are smelly and flooding the place with their aromas, no chance of their getting una tumba en mexico, they too expensive.
      La Macarena mass grave in Colombia had no problem, the military base there already knew what to say, "dead killed in combat" e7ven if their wounds and clothing did not match "the Falsos Positivos".

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  3. Crazy, bodies without a home. No one coming forward in Jalisco to find their missing? Anywhere else? Who are these people?

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    1. These are the third world people that our Deep State is trying to create here. There needs to be a wall and our president is trying to keep us strong here so we can do what we always have,help others. We can not take everyone here but we can provide help bringing others to a better life where they are. Europe has been a model of how bad life can be with unrestrained illegal immigration.

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    2. 8:29 i get ur point but all killings in mexico is cause of the drug trafficking so maybe if america would stop being number 1 drug consumer these murders would stop so tell ur president to treat drug addiction within the house first,most of those killings are commited with american fire arms so tell him to address that matter too...if theres a consumer there will always b a provider...

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    3. 8:29, Europe has a fraction of a fraction of USA’s crime rate, let alone Mexico’s.

      In Western Europe the murder rate is like 0,8 every 100.000 people, six time lower than Usa’s murder rate and tens of times lower than Mexico’s.

      El Chilango

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    4. 718 drugs are being consumed everywhere in the world, it's not just USA. The crimes will always be there, with or without US consumption.

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  4. That is just very weird I wonder how the driver of the truck container felt...moving around here and there with the corpses.

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  5. That trailer will smell like rot by Wednesday. Damn thats sad all for the drug war .

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    1. This had nothing to do with the drug war, they were bodies that died of all kinds of other readsons .. why borderland mentioned anything about this is beyond me .. has nothing to do with drugs or narcos

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    2. it absolutely has to deal with the drug war. If there wasnt so many killings in jalisco they wouldn't have a problem with corpses would they?

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    3. They were funcionarios dummy.

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    4. @9:19am. I would think most of The bodies Inside the Trailer got shoot. I have doubts that at least one traffic victim is on that Trailer

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  6. Looks like Megatron is helping out the community

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  7. IMO : How about putting the forensic science morgue facility adjacent to a prison? The areas around prisons are already undesirable and eminent domain issues probably mostly moot. Also, prisoners (duly vetted) could be used as employees for certain jobs linked to forensic morgue work?

    The shameful story of the morgue truck wandering about Mexico would make for a horror story (book, documentary, etc) that might be used to shakeup things in a positive way for Mexico.

    God, "true" justice, and civilized common decency demands that these dead be treated properly.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  8. I dont know how the culture of Mexico feels about this. But they really should start donating these bodies to science.

    Phelpso

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  9. Do the forensics. Do the paper work and get then 6ft below.
    Just waiting for someone to claim the body might be a smart move if You Want Money for the corpse in Return.
    And i think there is No public Register to check on missing fam.members. So how do You know that your son didnt make it to gringo land ans was killed when joining el narco?

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  10. This is fucking nuts! This story has not received any attention. I am sure this is some type of slave labor\foreign migrants trying.

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    1. Even worse funcionarios.... That’s why no one wants to touch the issue....

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    2. Read the article these corpses are elderly people.

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    3. The article is the problem.

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    4. It is now all over , US and Europe at least.
      NY Times, La Times, Daily Mail, NY Post, My San Antonio, Mex News Daily, Deattle Times, Miami Herald, AP, Reuters, Google News,, Fox News, Brietbart, FB and on and on and the beat goes on...........

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  11. Most bodies are from different states or countries. A lot of people from south America get used as sicarios

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  12. Saw it on the News yesterday, sad espectacle. Trailer got tossed around and the goverment "fixed" the problem by sticKing it into a warehouse or storage. what do they do with all the money they take from the narcos? At least cremate these people after proper id has been done. Wouldnt surprise me if the ayotsinapa 43 are inside that trailer. Mexican goberment is so inept.

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  13. It made small news in German newspaper. Just a few lines and a pic from the trailer

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  14. Sad but jalisco is one of the states with murderers now that cholo and mencho are at war there

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