The largest clandestine graves in Mexico are located on properties in the state of Veracruz that adjoin energy projects and land communication routes that, for decades, were the subject of dispute between businessmen and ejidatarios. San Julián, where authorities reported 27 graves and 187 bone fragments, and Colinas de Santa Fe, where a group of mothers looking for their missing children discovered 155 graves and more than 22,000 human remains in 2016, are two examples of this.

Veracruz: 55 clandestine graves have been found in 2000-2020 |  Video

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