Mexico The dismembered bodies of seven people, two of them identified as women, were located Saturday in front of the church in the Barrio de San Mateo in Chilpancingo, the capital of the southern Mexican state of Guerrero.
According to a police report, it was through an anonymous call early this Saturday morning that the discovery of a van with lights on and five heads on the hood was reported.
It was reported that behind There were two cards of the heads, one of them addressed to the municipal president Norma Otilia Hernandez Martinez, although the content of the other was not reported.
When the police forces arrived, they found a gray van on 16 de Septiembre street, in front of the church and small square of that traditional neighborhood of the capital; the lights were on and the trunk was open.
The rest of the bodies were inside and other limbs were on the pavement, so the street was cordoned off while the investigations were carried out. proceedings and the removal of the bodies.
The bodies are of the members of a family that had been reported missing since June 9 while they were traveling to the capital and for which protests were held to locate them.
A few days ago these people, together with other men, appeared in a video that circulated on social networks in which they appeared scantily clad and with their hands tied behind their backs.
In the video, they said they were guilty of the murder of the director of the Quechultenango municipal hospital, which occurred in Chilpancingo this month, among other murders that occurred in the capital.
These events are reported just days after the Mexican government will report that so far in 2023 there have been 12,582 homicides, an average of 83 daily, and May was the most violent month so far this year in Mexico with 2,660 registered intentional homicides.
Homicides had an annual drop of 7.1% in 2022, when Mexico had 30,968 murders after the two most violent years in its history, under the mandate of López Obrador, with 34,690 murder victims in 2019 and 34,554 in 2020, followed by 33,308 in 2021.