Querétaro and Yucatán they are among countries that report no secret graves; However, according to the investigation "Mexico Country Hole", carried out by a group of independent journalists, the authorities hid information about it.
"Baja California, Querétaro, Guanajuato, Mexico City, Puebla, and Yucatán said they did not have graves, but they rejected this situation," said journalist Alejandra Guillén, who contributed to the investigation, in an interview with Javier Risco for The Hard Note.
"The Querétaro case was very symbolic, we had to talk to the families of missing people, the family from Querétaro came to the Jalisco morgue and they said: & # 39; they denied us that there was a grave, but we knew they were & # 39; and the map reflected it, "said Paloma Robles, a collaboration journalist with Quinto Elemento Lab, referring to a map that shows where holes are reported and where not.
The reporters counted, from the data of the prosecutor's office, 2,000 884 bodies, 324 skulls, 217 bones, 799 skeletal remains and thousands of remains and pieces of bone that were in accordance with the number of individuals that had not yet been determined.
As well as about two thousand clandestine graves between 2006 and 2016 in Mexico.
However, they indicated that there was information that the authorities still did not disclose it, so this number could not be considered as total.