Sunday, April 21, 2019

Veracruz: Tipster Leads Authorities to 36 Mass Graves with Múltiple Corpse in Each

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: dailymail.oc.uk
                                        Mexican State of Veracruz: ''Strewn with corpses''

Suspect with ties to criminal gang leads Mexican authorities to cartel's secret grave site where DOZENS of their victims are buried. The state government of Veracruz was tipped off to the location of a clandestine grave site.

On Wednesday, police, military and a missing persons group began digging at the site which has at least 36 different 'graves'. Each of the grave sites can contain multiple people. So far, at least four craniums and other body parts have been recovered.

State Attorney General Jorge Winckler said they learned of the secret burial site following the arrest of a suspect with ties to a criminal organization.

On Wednesday, police, military and a missing persons group began digging at the site which has at least 36 different 'graves'. Each of the grave sites can contain multiple people. So far, at least four craniums and other body parts have been recovered.



As of last year the 342 graves of Veracruz are distributed in 102 sites throughout 44 municipalities . The State, which has 212 municipalities, has an area similar to that of Ireland or Panama. The municipality of Veracruz, the largest city in the state, registers 173 graves. The towns of Agua Dulce, Pueblo Viejo (Misantla), Tres Valles and Alvarado have 16 pits each.

''It shows what we already know,'' says Lucía Diaz, founder of a missing people's group, Solecito, told AP.  ''That Veracruz is strewn with corpses that is the reality of the state and of Mexico.'' 

Secret burial sites burial sites have often been used by drug cartels in Mexico to hide the bodies of executed rivals or kidnap victims. There are over 40,000 missing persons reported in Mexico .

The cartel members, who has not been identified, tipped off police to the desolate area in Veracruz - a Mexican state which has been ravaged by gang violence in recent years.

At least four craniums and other body parts have already been recovered from the site near the city of Tlaltetela, and officials expect to find many more.

None of the bodies have been identified yet. But there are over 40,180 missing persons reported in Mexico, according to a January report released by the National Commission for the Search of Missing Persons.  

The finding comes just days after the National Search Commissioner found at least 100 clandestine burials in other states. 

A law enforcement agent searches an area in Veracruz, Mexico, where at least 36 clandestine burial sites were located on Wednesday after a suspect with alleged ties to a criminal organization alerted government officials

Searchers in Mexico recovered four human craniums as well as body parts that were placed inside bags and dug underground. Pictured are some of the evidence that law enforcement officials located during the investigation

There are over 40,180 missing persons reported in Mexico, according to a January report released by the National Commission for the Search of Missing Persons.

Jorge Winckler, the Veracruz State Attorney General, said they learned of the secret burial site following the arrest of a suspect with ties to a criminal organization, wanted for a series of crimes committed in 2014. Winckler at first kept the location private before the government relented and transported members of several news outlets to the site of the the shocking discovery in the central city of Tlaltetela. 

9 comments:

  1. We know the information given to authorities is from someone who has repented his actions. Moreover, probably in protection custody for his safety.
    Although many would say there are no secrets in Mexico. Hopefully, his safety is not comprised.
    Forgiveness begins from somewhere.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Quit assuming anything good coming out of these demonic parasites.

      These animals could care less about “repentance” and contrition.

      It’s more probable they shared info to demonstrate cooperation in order to receive a lighter sentence.



      Delete
    2. 2:31 FACK FORGIVENESS.
      I would offer some leniency for confessions, before any attempt at rehabilitation, except for big crime bosses like Alejandro "el jaguar" bermudez Zurita, the traitor in charge of law enforcement who chose to be accomplice and generator of crime to kidnap torture, extort, murder and disappearances to become a dollar millionaire under the big wide pants of his boss "la Marrana" Duarte de Ochoa, la locochona de EPN...Jorge Winckler needs to confess to his own crimes and omissions, if it takes a chicharra up the ass, and a few tehuacanazos so be it.
      --Unlike innocent people tortured to death without confessions, law enforcement "actorities" would confess their crimes and fall in love with confessing at the first sight of the instruments of torture they use on others with reckless abandon...they would even return the money in their bank accounts, including EPN and Salinas.

      Delete
  2. Replies
    1. Yes, Zetas kill a lot of enemies but they do not film or display the bodies on the streets anymore they bury them like the Mafia does.

      Delete
  3. How people living there? Does it not affect national population level? I would like to know does population decline level due to extreme crime

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The answer is yes and yes yes.

      Delete
    2. 7:13 you are supposed to yell it, like
      YES, YESS, YESSS !!!
      Or do it all over again.

      Delete
  4. Jorge Winkler Ortiz is only trying to show some work, for benefit of AMLO, trying to keep his job, but he has always known where the bodies are, His buddy Alejandro Bermudez Zurita is free because of something, gas grass or ass.

    ReplyDelete

Comments are moderated, refer to policy for more information.
Envía fotos, vídeos, notas, enlaces o información
Todo 100% Anónimo;

borderlandbeat@gmail.com