The deputy against Organized Crime in Baja California, Abel Galván Gallardo, confirmed the discovery of what could be more than a hundred bodies dissolved in acid, on a property owned by Santiago Meza “The Pozolero” where experts from The Attorney General’s Office (PGR), conducted excavations on Thursday located a second narcofosa on the grounds.
Whole bodies were not spotted until, the elements of the PGR and the Attorney General of Baja California found organic mass, but still digs for bones and teeth, as these tend to be placed at the bottom of the points excavated, said Fernando Ocegueda, representative of the United Association for the Disappeared.
Ocegueda Flores, said that this is the third piece of land owned by “The Pozolero” where human remains are discovered: the first was called ‘Ojo de Agua’ where in 2009, after the arrest of Santiago Meza, several bodies were discovered, the second , called Loma Bonita, and the third called La Gallera, located in the ejido Maclovio Rojas of this city.
Meanwhile, Abel Galvan found that “there may be more than one hundred bodies and diluted (are to) expected to find any particles or bone that has comparative and junction with existing genetic information in the databases of dependency” .
In this third field, experts sent by the PGR located a room with artifacts and drums that could have been used for the dissolution of bodies and a canal that opens into the pit where the bodies were going to stop in liquid, mainly of his chief rivals, the kingpin Teodoro Garcia Simental, alias “El Teo”.
Meanwhile, the human rights activist Victor Clark, said that the practice of dissolving the bodies to hide them, was very handy in the middle of this decade, but in recent years, was changed to the bodies being placed in water in order to intimidate the rival organized crime gangs