The mothers found human remains outside the stone oven, still hot, which they reported through an anonymous call.
The Collective in Search of Mothers on Jalisco found this Sunday a OVEN ME on San Peter Tlaquepaquewhere I know calcined STUCK people and that seems to follow assets.
Members of the group spread images of the property, located around Vía Manzanillo, in the neighborhood of Artesanos in the municipality of Jalisco.
At the site, human remains were located outside the furnace, which, it appears, was built in stone, where they were alerted by an anonymous call, according to representative Indira Navarro.
“Today we saw a crematorium oven that is still active, because a lot of smoke is coming out; When we went down to the gorge of Artesanos, around the furnace, we found an infinite amount of burnt bone,” he explained.
“Unfortunately, we found a pile of burnt bones. “This is the famous oven here in the Tlaquepaque ravine,” he added.
The group explained that the corpses belonged to those who disappeared because of the porosity that was visible in it and because this clandestine crematorium had already been reported to the authorities, which – they criticized – was reactivated two days ago, when they saw it lit up. , which is still hot.
The search mothers announced that they would report this oven, but they were already recorded by elements of the police, who approached without asking them for support.
“The municipal police arrived, but they were watching us from afar and I spoke to the police station to ask if they were sent to support us, because we didn’t ask for help, to which they answered no. We were very surprised by the fact that when we discovered them they came immediately, saying that the Commissioner had sent them. We feel intimidated, far from feeling care for,” said Navarro.
In the shared images, you can see the hole filled with ashes and pieces of bone of different sizes, as well as teeth, which cannot be determined in the amount left in the area.
The Public Ministry arrived at the site of the discovery, next to the Jalisciense Institute of Forensic Sciences, to put up a fence and prevent access, to make the first expert reports.
A few hours later, the mothers of the search claimed that the Office of the Attorney General of the State of Jalisco informed them that they could not go to the site because “there is no complete skeleton or body.”