The Attorney General’s Office of the state of Mexico (FGJEM) continues to carry out investigation work at the home of the alleged feminicide Andrés “N”, where they have reported so far 3,787 skeletal remains found that could belong to 17 people.
These works, which, according to what sources from the FJGEM reported to Efe on Monday, could continue for several weeks, threw so far a large number of tests of the events that allegedly occurred in the home located in the municipality of Atizapán, in the state of Mexico. But, in a bulletin, the institution insisted that it is not yet possible to scientifically identify any of the possible victims.
As recently reported by the prosecution,other skeletal remains were recovered various items, among which 29 snapshots stand out, 62 photographs of different sizes, 53 video cassettes of two formats, 12 phone cards, 9 sets of keys and 8 mobile phones, among others, which is being analyzed by specialized personnel while they continue to search for more evidence .
“The Analysis and Context Unit of the Central Prosecutor’s Office for Crimes Linked to Gender Violence has analyzed and collected approximately 600 research folders and preliminary inquiries, from 1990 to date, which correspond to missing persons. They are under review in order to find data and evidence that could relate any of these investigations to the ongoing investigation, “said a statement.
On May 18, FGJEM police officers admitted this subject to a prison to be investigated for the femicide of a 34-year-old woman, who “she would have been murdered and dismembered inside a building” in which the alleged criminal lived. The case shocks the country because the alleged murderer confessed that he committed more than 30 crimes in the last two decades, according to local media.
Scandal erupts as Mexico faces a crisis of sexist violence with more than 10 women killed every day, according to UN Women. March broke the record as the most violent month against women, since there are records, with 267 Mexican women as alleged victims of intentional homicide, in addition to another 95 alleged victims of femicide, as the prosecution offices classify murders for reasons of gender or sexist violence.