Number of Missing and Unidentified Bodies in Mexico’s Drug War

in Substance Abuse

According to the National Human Rights Commission in Mexico, there are 16,000 bodies that were found during the six-year drug war that have not been identified. In total, there are about 24,000 people reported missing from the conflict.

(All drug trafficking statistics.)

Source:  Tom Bateman, “Searching for Mexico’s drug war ‘disappeared’,” BBC News, October 30, 2012.

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