Searching mothers from CDMX question deployment of elements in alleged crematorium – El Sol de México

Collectives of seeking mothers in Mexico City They questioned the deployment of authorities, after the complaint of the alleged clandestine crematorium of peoplelocated on the slopes of the Xaltepec Volcano, on the borders of Tláhuac and Iztapalapa.

Outside the Specialized Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation and Prosecution of Crimes Related to Forced Disappearance (FIPEDE), they offered a position where they accused that in order for them to carry out their searches they must waiting up to nine months to enter the zones or perimeters, in addition to not having the support of the authorities.

“It is clear to us that we can make a publication in “X” and that we are going to have this type of response, we are putting these types of questions to the authorities, asking if some people have more possibilities due to media issues, that our cases are have been drawing up and why we do not have that efficiency,” they expressed.

“We are not trying to disregard anyone’s right to search anywhere in the country, however, we believe that this leaves us wondering why this type of work is done by the Prosecutor’s Offices in cases where they do not have files. open,” they noted.

They remembered that More than two months have passed and they still do not have the results of the genetic tests of the discovery of the remains found in the search for Pamela in the Ajusco area on February 23so there is a forensic crisis and a deficiency in identification and removal in searches.

“The Prosecutor’s Office does not have equipment, it does not have shovels, it does not have picks, it does not have sifters, there is no material that allows us to work in search spaces and that is also an element to demand. We need more search training in the field, not just in the office or research folders,” they accused.

They pointed out that they see it as bad practice for any search engine to enter searches within unknown contexts and that they can generate transformations in the environment.

“It can hinder local searchers in their work and alter the dynamics of the spaces of possible discovery, which is why we are careful to demand means and conditions of security in environments with a lot of social violence,” the document reads.

They rejected public opinion that authorities and the media have taken up in recent hourswhich in an insensitive and prejudiced way have stigmatized the work that search mothers do.

They reported that the person in charge of the capital’s Prosecutor’s Office, Ulises Lara, nor the Secretary of Citizen Security of CDMX, Pablo Vázquez Camacho, were not present at the meeting they held at FIPEDE.

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