At least 18 lime-covered bodies found in secret graves in Sonora

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  • Bone remains were found in 14 holes, some of them calcined and others in a state of decomposition

go again Looking for Sonora’s Mothers This Thursday’s discovery is condemned at least 18 bodies Humans in secret tombs and bonfires located about 30 kilometers from Hermosillo, the capital of the northwestern Mexican state of Sonora. Via its social networks, the organization made up of grandmothers, mothers, sisters, daughters and sisters of missing persons has explained that the search began thanks to an anonymous complaint. potential location Used by criminal groups to hide corpses.

The discovery was made around noon on Wednesday after a search day in which dozens of women took part since morning and had to travel several kilometres. As they explained, they managed to find the bodies by following smell of decomposition believed to be near tombs and bonfires on the so-called Costa de Hermosillo, a desert agriculture Cortez is located in the Sea between the state capital and the Gulf of Cano. In 14 holes, skeletal remains were found, some of them calcified and others in a state of decay. dead bodies were lime-covered To avoid emitting too much odor.

three years of discovery

Ceci Patricia Flores Armenta, leader of the Madres Buscadoras de Sonora Collective, reported the discovery via a WhatsApp group. There he explains that although he has been “searching” in the state of Sonora for three years, it is always difficult to meet him.secret cemeteryHe was waiting in this site to be able to find the remains of his son Marco Antonio, who disappeared in 2018. Hours later, the Sonora State Attorney General’s office confirmed that specialist service personnel had visited the area. Arrived in and began the work of prosecution in criminology.

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He said that according to protocol established by a coroner, they are coordinating the recovery of bone fragments and evidence to determine the number of bodies in this search and proceed to conduct genetic identification comparisons.

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