Twelve years since the first narcofosa discovered, Mexico

Posted on December 7, 2011 • Filed under: Crime, Mexico, Social Issues

Twelve years after the discovery of the first narcofosa at Rancho La Campana of the border, their discovery is still an icon because it was the first time that federal authorities in Mexico and the United States to act together but the results today as yesterday research are still very poor.

More than a decade, the president of the Association of Relatives and Friends of Missing Persons, Jaime F. Hervella, considers that the authorities have yet to respond to these 196 families joined the group which now requires “new blood” to keep fighting. Read Article

The activist who each November 29 in recent years, led a mourning ceremony outside the Rancho La Campana, located on the road to Casas Grandes, said yesterday that age and the fear that exists among the vast majority of family members, no longer can follow the movement.

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