Cuautla, Morelos / 04.07.2021 02:21:32
As it happened in the processes of inhumation from the graves of Tetelcingo Y Jojutla, the authorities in the Morelos Prosecutor’s Office do not know how many bodies they have sheltered in the amphitheater of Cuautla, where since Monday, June 21, a group of women from various groups has been monitoring that the corpses be transferred to the ministerial pantheon Gardens of Remembrance and that they have all the expert evidence to facilitate their identification.
“It is estimated that around 100 bodies are working in this process,” he said. TOlejandro Dogwood Ramos, head of the Special Prosecutor’s Office for the forced disappearance of persons in the state of Morelos at the start of work.
“But it’s an estimate, don’t you have an exact number?” I asked him.
“It depends on the evolution in research folders“, he responded in a hurried way to a dozen journalists who were documenting the process.
Angélica Rodríguez, from the collective Returning to Casa Morelos, denounces that not all the bodies in the Semefo have complete expert evidence, which has delayed the process to bring them to the ministerial pantheon.
In a week of ordering work in the Semefo de Cuautla 42 remains were deposited in special drawers of the ministerial pantheon, of which 31 are corpses and the rest correspond to fetuses and remains of mutilated people.
“In addition, violating the agreements that were had with the Prosecutor’s Office, the process is being carried out without the presence of a notary. I have told the authorities that we should not be watching, that they do their job, ”says Angélica, who has been looking for her daughter since August 2012 Viridiana morales disappeared in the Mexico state while camping with her husband.
“It is not only moving from here to the pantheon, but that they are applied in all due protocols for one effective identification and that they return with their family members, ”explains Angélica Rodríguez, who participated in the first day of work in ground zero and the rest of the week has been following the process from a room where, through a monitor verify what happens inside the amphitheater.
Now the Prosecutor’s Office made them sign a confidentiality and nondisclosure agreement about the works they are witnessing in the Semefo. “They are restricting our right to free expression”Angélica denounces.
The process began on Monday the 21st with a five hour delay due to the absence of a notary. “It is not a budget issue, but the authority does not want there to be a notarial faith to leave formal testimony that there are anomalies at the time the corpses begin to be appraised, ”says Valentina Peralta of the Network of Links for Peace.