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The Mexican army dismantled a camp that was used for the killing, burning and burial of victims, according to military reports. The military report said that in place, military personnel found at least six mass graves containing various bodies dismembered and incinerated.
It was reported that during patrols carried out by soldiers, they discovered the site where suspected criminals were operating. There were three rustic ovens and fires that were used for the incineration of bodies, also found were six clandestine graves with remains humans.
Identity of the victims and their partial identification and gender is unknown due to the condition in which the remains were found, he said. This finding apparently led to the capture of two alleged extortionists who were in possession of cellphones containing pictures and videos of torture, mutilation and burning of people.The use of makeshift ovens to burn the bodies of victims was a tactic used by Colombian paramilitary groups in the early 2000s. The former leader of the Catatumbo block of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC), Ivan Laverde Zapata, alias “El Iguano,” confessed that he ordered the construction of cremation furnaces to avoid the discovery of mass graves by authorities. He admitted to burning the bodies of over 100 people over the course of several years
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