Workers of the State Search Commission, of the State Attorney General’s Office (FGE) of Morelos and members of the VI National Search Brigade of Disappeared Persons found 63 bone fragments in a clandestine grave in Mixtlalcingo, in the municipality of Yecapixtla.
Tranquilina Hernández, mother of Mireya, who disappeared in Cuernavaca on September 13, 2014, he stated in an interview for The Day that the remains were found in an area where presumably the FGE had already sought.
The place had been discovered and intervened since October passed by fathers and mothers, members of the VI National Brigade, who are looking for their daughters and sons. Hernández pointed out that that time they found three remains bone and seven bodies buried.
However, upon returning on Sunday, November 21, members of the collective decided to focus the search at a specific point in the area despite the fact that elements of the High Impact Crimes Investigation Office (FIDAI), headed by Adriana Pineda Fernandez, they affirmed that they had already surveyed the area without having results.
The seekers did ignore to the FGE: they declared that before, with the naked eye, they had already detected small pieces of possibly human bones, for which they decided analyze the place carefully. It was there and then that found the 63 bone fragments.
In addition, the members denounced, according to the media, that there are “strange” people watching them and taking them Photographs: they assert that it could be hawks of criminal organizations that operate in the eastern zone of Morelos.
During the first search, carried out in October, the activist Juan Carlos Trujillo, from the National Links Network, declared that “it has been possible to show what has been hidden for many years: Morelos is a grave, just like the whole country and from there we need to have a look ”.
In the municipality of Yecapixtla, like others in the entity, public offices they are passed from relative to relative. It was governed by Francisco Sánchez Zavala, from the National Action Party (PAN) and current president of the Congress of the state of Morelos. its brother, Heladio Sánchez Zavala, is the mayor elect.
Since October, civil society has set a clear example to the same government in its three orders: working hard you get results. And it is that at that time, only in a couple of weeks, the National Brigade for the Search for Disappeared Persons found 10 clandestine graves in various areas of the municipality of Yecapixtla, in Morelos, thus discovering that the entire state has been reduced to a clandestine grave.
Morelos, despite being one of the smallest of the 32 states of Mexico and having barely two million inhabitants, boasts high homicide records: more than 2,659 disappeared and impunity that exceeds 90%, according to the activist Israel Hernández, president of the Human Rights Commission of that state.
“In Mexico there are more than 92,000 missing people. The families have risen up in the fight, have been collectivized and generated your search methodologiesThus, they have left their homes to look for them throughout the country. Even in the midst of the health emergency due to COVID-19, the families demonstrated that it is possible to continue in the search, “the brigade said in a statement.
In two weeks in October, searching in the land of 13 municipalities, the families and members of the group that made up the VI National Brigade for the Search for Disappeared Persons, They located 10 points of clandestine burial.
The activities of the brigade that concluded on October 24 had the support of the state and municipal authorities of Morelos, said the councilor of the city council of the municipality of Jojutla, Alicia Rebollo, who specified that “we are trying to collaborate in the measure of our possibilities, all within the framework of legality ”.