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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Bodies Found in Clandestine Mass Graves in Nogales, Sonora

"MX" for Borderland Beat; TY to "NealinCaborca"

The searchers said that there may be more bodies at this site

The remains of three people were found buried in clandestine graves by members of the group Buscadoras de la Frontera in Nogales, Sonora.

The discovery was made at around 4:00 p.m. when members of the search group reported to 911 that they found the skeletal remains of a person. Minutes later they said that they had found two more bodies with clothing and items of a man and a woman. They speculated that more bodies could be buried there.

Th finding was done on a piece of land next to the well-known Hotel San Noé. This hotel is located next to the highway that connects Nogales with Imuris Municipality. Several bodies were uncovered in the surrounding areas in previous days.

It was learned that the searchers had to rent the services of a backhoe and other exvacation equipment to make the discovery, since they had anonymous information about the exact point where several people had been buried.

The site was attended by elements of the Sonora Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) and specialits from the Forensic Medical Service, who were in charge of the exhumation of the remains. The bodies were taken to a local morgue where they will carry out all necessary procedures for their identification.

Background

As reported by Borderland BeatSonora is among the 10 states with the highest number of disappearances, and in the top five with the most clandestine graves.

Much of the violence in Sonora is driven by conflicts between several factions of the Sinaloa Cartel and local drug groups. Los Chapitos faction of the Sinaloa Cartel operates there with the support of Los Salazar faction. They are said to be competing with La Plaza and/or the Caborca Cartel, reportedly headed by Rafael Caro Quintero.

Local reports have mentioned that the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) may be working with Caro Quintero to fight the Sinaloa Cartel.

Other groups have been reported in the area, including a gang known as Los Jabalies and/or Los Jabalis, formed by the Villagrana family, and Los Memos, headed by Adelmo Niebla González and/or Guillermo Nieblas Nava ('El G3').

With the support of a backhoe they were able to locate the bodies

Sources: El Diario de Sonora; Proyecto PuenteHiram Gonzalez Machi; Borderland Beat archives

12 comments:

  1. menchas cjng killing innocent people,

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  2. SNITCHALOANS AT IT AGAIN 😀😀

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  3. Fuck no just breaking those fucking tomateros

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  4. Im Nogales this morning of April the 13th 2021: 2 human bodies Inside a car on fire+ 1 municipal cop killed inside his personal car+ 1 person got shot while drivin (he survived),, all this in less than 24 hrs

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  5. Im Nogales this morning of April the 13th 2021: 2 human bodies Inside a car on fire+ 1 municipal cop killed inside his personal car+ 1 person got shot while drivin (he survived),, all this in less than 24 hrs

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  6. Im Nogales this morning of April the 13th 2021: 2 human bodies Inside a car on fire+ 1 municipal cop killed inside his personal car+ 1 person got shot while drivin (he survived),, all this in less than 24 hrs

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  7. Sinalocos should be cleaned out of Nogales, no one wants them there. Old school rules run better in border towns, RCQ and those types have always been better than a bunch of junkies just Kiki g to get the next high. “En Nogales no hay de chanclas, puro de zapato de piel y bien vestir.”

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    1. @10:46 Si cuando salió Caro y guardaron al Chapo se hizo todo el desmadre compadrito, no mames.

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  8. Nogales has been remarkably quiet for the war that is going on. One would think the violence would have reached Nogales by now, but hardly any knews come out of there, any insight why? I have no knowledge regarding Sonora.

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  9. Rocking Fubu tho

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