Even after death, Mexican Drug Cartels Don’t Not Get Respect
Drug trafficking is such a hated crime that, even after the death of those involved in it, a proper burial is not given. According to investigative NGO Quinto Elemento Labs, more than 30,000 unidentified bodies remain unclaimed in the morgue section. How Mexican Drug Cartels Don’t Get Respect Even After Death
These bodies contain most of those trapped in the bloody drug war in Mexico. There could be harrowing implications for a militarised crackdown on organised crime. Any of the 39,000 bodies are left unclaimed and not buried. They’re still awaiting autopsies. As one learns that many of these bodies have found half of their share of their peace when they are buried in borrowed graves, the tale becomes much more harrowing.