Activists who search for clandestine graves in Sonora found the remains of two women who are related to top leadership within the Sinaloa Cartel. They are listed as missing for more than a year. The women are related to a man who at one time was Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s boss.
The discovery took place over the weekend in Cajeme, Sonora. While the city is not near the U.S. border, it is considered a hub for the Sinaloa Cartel which controls smuggling routes into Arizona. The activist group, known as Rastreadoras de Ciudad Obregon (Obregon City Trackers), works to locate kidnapping victims in local mass graves and killing fields.
The group discovered the bodies of two women wrapped in plastic bags in a vacant lot in the Residencial Montecarlo neighborhood. The women bore tattoos and held personal items which assisted in the official identification process. In the following days,
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