59 Bodies Found in Clandestine Graves in Mexico’s Guanajuato State

At least 10 of the corpses were women and most of the bodies belonged to very young people, even teenagers, according to the head of Mexico’s National Search Commission.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The remains of 59 bodies have been discovered in clandestine graves in a region of central Mexico that has suffered some of the highest levels of drug violence in recent years, national authorities said on Wednesday, October 28th.

The grim discovery was made in the Salvatierra municipality of Guanajuato state, where the homicide rate has surged amid a raging turf war between rival drug cartels.

At least 10 of the corpses were women and most of the bodies belonged to very young people, even teenagers, according to Karla Quintana, head of Mexico’s National Search Commission . . .

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