Numbers Rise in Mexico of Missing People and Missing Bodies

Numbers Rise in Mexico of Missing People and Missing Bodies

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The numbers are staggering. Experts estimate there were over 100,000 people murdered in Mexico since 2006 and over 26,000 reported as missing during the same time. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren groen Forty-three students, who were studying to become teachers in Iguala, disappeared in September 2014. Iguala is a town located in Guerrero state. The disappearance late last year prompted Mexican officials to go on a massive hunt for the bodies, as they were presumed dead. Nike Air Max 2016 Heren More than 40 people were arrested in the case. Many others were implicated in being involved in the murders including the Mayor of Iguala and his wife. Mayor José Luis Abarca and his wife Maria de los Angeles Pineda were arrested by federal police and charged with kidnapping, murder, and being involved in organized crime. Bloomberg reported in November 2014 that all evidence obtained from confessions pointed to the mass murder of all the students, dumping the bodies in a mass grave, and then the burning of their bodies. When the authorities searched for the mass grave of the students, they found many mass graves, yet none where any of the students’ bodies could be identified as being part of those buried. Womens Nike Roshe One Many of the mass graves contained remains from human bodies burned beyond recognition. Maglia Jeff Teague Mexico - Main 2Since 2006, there have been over 228 mass graves discovered in Mexico. In the mass graves that have been discovered, each one contained many bodies, some with as many as three dozen or more. No one knows how many mass graves exist. There is no certainty even in the total numbers of mass graves discovered because the government of Mexico does not keep accurate records. air max 1 femme Moreover, there is a failure to share information between the various states of Mexico. nike air max 1 femme Everyone knows the problem is bad, yet without proper record keeping and information sharing between the Mexican states and the federal government of Mexico, no one knows how bad the situation really is. air max pas cher In Mexico, the states operate will considerable autonomy. They are not required to report the discovery of mass graves to the federal government. The only time they do is when they are under pressure from local or international forces. chaussures asics pas cher The department of missing persons concentrates their efforts to find the living and pays little attention to the processing and handling of remains of the dead that are found when local authorities stumble into a mass grave. This record-keeping problem only affects the mass graves that have been discovered and says nothing about the extent of mass graves that are still to be discovered. Nick Chubb – Georgia Bulldogs Jerseys The few hundred mass graves discovered in other parts of Mexico besides Guerrero, were not part of any systematic search, but instead a kind of hit and miss effort. According to Forbes, the Department of State heightened it travel warnings for the area of Guerrero and recommended avoidance of non-essential travel to that area based on the discovery of numerous mass graves in that area. The 43 missing students and the inability to find them or their bodies sparked massive protest against the Mexican federal government led by President Peña Nieto. The challenge to the current Mexican administration is that the evidence of the students’ bodies may have been so thoroughly destroyed as to prevent the recovery of DNA evidence. nike air max 2017 wit The administration of President Peña Nieto has an extreme challenge in dealing with the revelations of mass graves in such numbers.