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A tip from a cartel member led Mexican police to a secret site containing more than 30 graves in the state of Veracruz.
Each grave may contain several people, Mexican authorities said, according to The Daily Mail.
The article goes on to state the following:
The site covers such a large area that Jorge Winckler, the Veracruz State attorney general, said, ‘We will begin the extraction of remains, but we do not know how long it will take us.”
Secret mass graves have become commonplace in Mexico, where tens of thousands of people are reported missing. Cartels tend to be behind the secret grave sites, where they discard people they kidnapped or rivals they have killed.
— RiskMap (@riskmap_) April 19, 2019
A great argument for open borders. Let anybody into our country. Why not after all half the population loves illegal people that don’t have to follow our laws. https://t.co/9xjTUDN4DX
— MarioStrohm (@MarioStrohm) April 19, 2019
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