A team of forensic anthropologists from Argentina confirmed that skeletal remains found on December 19, 2010 in Tlalpan, south of Mexico City, correspond to Morlett Adriana Espinosa, disappeared on September 6 of that years, his family asked for punishment for those responsible.
“The unfortunate and violent circumstances in which were found a portion of her remains and the role of the authorities, we have to ask with more anger and indignation to clarify the facts,” he said in a statement dated in Acapulco, Guerrero, Tuesday November 29, 2011 and distributed by Twitter.
Remember the months of tireless searching, despair and anguish that passed the family, friends and society in general, to find the whereabouts of the student of Architecture at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM).
“For us, your family is difficult at present to overcome this loss, because it harbored the hope of recovering our daughter, but now launched a desperate cry for Adri demands justice,” the statement said.
Now, he adds, the company adds to the struggle to find the murderers “and require the authorities to punish the perpetrators of this horrendous and inexplicable murder, until justice is done to clarify the facts and punish the guilty” .
Also, the family asked the media to understand and respect their grief as well as open research lines, so it will be unable to grant interviews.
At the end of your press thank the solidarity received during these months and ask for a prayer “for the repose of Adri.” JGM