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MEXICO's DRUG WAR LEAVES 39,000 UNIDENTIFIED BODIES IN ITS MORGUES  

Mexico's drug war leaves 39,000 unidentified bodies in its morgues | Mexico  | The GuardianMexico’s militarised crackdown on organised crime has left nearly 39,000 unidentified bodies in the country’s morgues, which are often unable to handle the volume of corpses brought in for autopsies.

A new investigation by the investigative NGO Quinto Elemento Labs found that an alarming number of people were simply buried in common graves without proper postmortems. Some were left in funeral homes and more than 2,500 bodies were given to medical schools. Read more HERE.

Mexico's drug war leaves 39,000 unidentified bodies in its morgues | Mexico  | The GuardianMexico’s militarised crackdown on organised crime has left nearly 39,000 unidentified bodies in the country’s morgues, which are often unable to handle the volume of corpses brought in for autopsies.

A new investigation by the investigative NGO Quinto Elemento Labs found that an alarming number of people were simply buried in common graves without proper postmortems. Some were left in funeral homes and more than 2,500 bodies were given to medical schools. Read more HERE.

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Published on 25/09/2020 @ 13h35   | |