Baby’s body found in Nuevo León waste plant

An employee of the Integral System for Ecological Management and Waste Processing (Simeprode) found the corpse of a baby girl while separating garbage at the plant in Salinas Victoria, Nuevo León.
On January 28, the woman was in her work area, called ‘Banda 1’, where she found the body of a baby, still with the umbilical cord, under a garbage bag.
That was how he gave notice of the finding and immediately the employees called the security personnel to cordon off the area, while locating the authorities through the emergency number.

Elements of the Ministry of Public Security arrived at the place to expand the information on the report.
In the autopsy it was determined that the baby died from a deep contusion of the skull and cervical vertebromedullary, when he was already born.
Read: The body of Tadeo, a baby found in Puebla, is transferred to CDMX to bury him
The Prosecutor’s Office of Nuevo León reported that started a research folder, which is currently in the process of integration.

Although the discovery was last Friday, this Monday was made known after another employee of the waste processing plant located a suitcase inside which there were two arms with painted fingernails, he said. The North.
According to the same media, the limbs wore black long sleeves with the legend Looney Tunes, and the right arm had tattooed the letter E, Mickey Mouse and the initials M.A.B
This event arises weeks after the discovery of Tadeo, a baby located in the garbage of the San Miguel prison, in Puebla, which was exhumed and stolen from the Pantheon of San Nicolás Tolentino, in Iztapalapa, Mexico City.
The governor of Puebla, Miguel Barbosa, reported that 21 officials had been arrested in the baby’s case. He indicated that there are 23 arrest warrants, but 21 have been executed; among the detainees are both supervisors and custodians of the prison.
With information from El Norte (subscription required).

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