Monday, July 6, 2020

Jalisco: 86 Bags with Human Body Parts in San Pedro Tlaquepaque

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Riodoce / eldinamo / diariolibre
                86 bags with human remains were discovered and exhumed in Jalisco, Mexico

According to a Central Axis publication, the exhumation work began on June 12, after investigations into the disappearance of a woman began. After that, the authorities found indications that there could be human remains in the area, so a search warrant was requested, which was granted by a judge.

Due to the conditions of the discovery, the identification process will be through genetics, since it is not possible to identify the remains with the naked eye, authorities said.


The Jalisco Prosecutor's Office in Mexico concluded the search for missing persons in a town of San Pedro Tlaquepaque on the outskirts of Guadalajara and found 86 bags with human remains, which will be reviewed at the Jalisciense Institute of Forensic Sciences for their respective identification, as reported by the prosecution in a statement where they will be analyzed and identified through genetic studies.
The work of extraction of the human remains began on June 12, and according to the Public Ministry, the use of a backhoe and a dump truck were required due to the "inclement weather" that hit the area on those dates.

Due to the conditions of the discovery, the identification process will be "through genetics", since it is not possible to recognize them with the naked eye, added the spokesman for the Public Ministry.

Along with this, the Jalisco Prosecutor's Office works in another grave found on June 8 in the La Higuera area, in the municipality of Zapopan. There, 50 bags with human remains were located in a half-built and abandoned house.

The prosecutor in charge, Gerardo Solís, reported that between January and May 2020, 215 bodies were found in nine graves, which were related to organized crime actions that have not stopped in Mexico, despite the confinement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than 5,800 murders between April and May.

On June 20, the state attorney Gerardo Solís reported that between January and May 215 bodies were found in nine graves in the Metropolitan Area.

Organized crime actions have not stopped in Mexico, despite the confinement of the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than 5,800 murders between April and May.

Since December 2006, when the government of the time launched a military anti-drug operation, until last May there have been 290,474 murders, according to official figures that do not detail how many cases would be linked to crime.

In addition, more than 60,000 people are missing, the vast majority of them since the beginning of the military offensive.

25 comments:

  1. I give Mencho 5-10 year tops before he get captured and then extradited. He's already #1 on the US & Mexican governments list of most wanted narcos just like El Chapo was and look he ended up.

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    1. Mencho will not make it past five years

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    2. I think sooner. Mexico has too much to offer to be dangerous with new administrations. Geopolitical risk has to be mitigated for new capital investment.

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    3. Hopefully this or next year. Way too much death. Fuck him and all his brain dead/retarded terrorist supporters.

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    4. Mencho wont make it past 2 years remember the DEA said they know where he is his time time is coming to an end

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    5. What would change if THEY catch MENCHO?
      -nothing if ANYTHING it would be WORSE tontos

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    6. Mencho is not #1 on the most wanted list. It is RcQ

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  2. CJNG must have a Lot of money to replace those 86 kill by CDS no Big deal

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  3. Nueva plaza members?

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    1. Either they’ve been extremely low key, or they barely exist at the moment.

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  4. Clandestine prisons have been found in Enrique Alfaro's secret prisons full of kidnapped people, check 5hat 9ne before he killed and disappears any more "opponents", and Movimiento Ciudadano still has the guts to badmouth AMLO...

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  5. Between the Homicides and Coronavirus there won't be any Mexicans left. Very sad

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  6. With how little we hear about Jalisco, you would think it’s a utopia right now!

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  7. The extremism started 35 years ago with Enrique Camarena in Jalisco. Then the Obispo. I hope bastard sicarios die slow painful deaths by virus. Especially Caro Quintero.

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    1. Giniral marcelino garcia barragán was governor of Jalisco in the 50s, then Lopez mateos reintegrated him to the mexican army where he went on to become secretary of defense and the "Carnicero de Tlatelolco"
      --The death of CAMARENA did not start shit.

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    2. Shit started when Klaus Barbie took over cocaine production in Bolivia for Henry Kissinger...then cuban refugeè Felix Ismael Rodriguez Mendigutia got his ass involved for his Real bosses.

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    3. Felix ismael rodriguez mendigutia, Friend of terrorist bomber Luis Posada Carriles, was involved on the murders of John F Kennedy, comandante Ernesto Che Guevara, Enrique Kiki Camarena and Pablo Escobar gaviria...Always betraying for his country, but cocaine trafficking to the US was where he rally ended dong his best for himself.

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  8. Jalisco has more THAN 5,800 MURDERS..
    Is that a TYPO?..

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    1. The sentence clearly refers to Mexico as a whole.

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  9. If they knew where Chapo was I’m sure they know where Mencho is. Technology is way advance but Mexican politicians want to act stupid. And the military and police will rather have friends than enemy because their respective jobs don’t care about their life. That’s just my opinion.

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  10. 86 bags of human body parts? I want to know how many "people" were in those 86 bags. I suggest opening each bag, saving the heads for forensic analysis, then counting all the heads. This will tell us the number of murder victims.

    P.S. Do you think a 100 kg man or woman will fit in just one trash bag? I don't.
    Mexico-Watcher

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  11. The houses of death/fosas are typically used by the group who owns the plaza to dispose of rivals, but not bring tons of heat. Learned from the Durango fosas I’m sure. So I would guess CNP making headway into CJNG, as they have the governor and AG on their side. Along with chilangos making public the attacks CJNG has perpetrated. The more heat on CJNG, the better for CNP/Alfaro//CJNG enemies.

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  12. Tlaque is essentially a massive cemetery at this point, dig and you will find

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  13. Another good piece from Yaqui. Info from 3 sources and had to be translated and put together in a coherent fashion. Nicely done.

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