Andrés Filomeno Mendoza Celis, better known as the cannibal of Atizapán, was a quiet man, but generous and gentle with the community, on several occasions he came to offer his neighbors dishes such as carne enchilada or carnitas. However, behind this act of generosity with those who lived around him was hidden a dark story worthy of a horror film, because in reality it was human flesh product of the victims from whom he took their lives. According to the documentary series, “Cannibal: Total Indignation”, produced by the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) and the Council of the Federal Judiciary (CJF), the cannibal of Atizapán gave human flesh to his neighbors. However, when questioned about the appearance of the food in question, Mendoza Celis justified himself by assuring that it was wild boar meat. “I told them it was enchilada meat and even wild boar meat, I told them it was very good. Two neighbors confirmed that they did consume it,” said another witness. We recommend you read: Evelin, 9 years old, went out to the tortillas in Tizayuca and ‘stole it’ a man on a bicycleCaptain an Ixtapaluca official assaulting municipal policeVinculan to trial five alleged assailants for car theft in EcatepecCannibal of Atizapán studied for his crimes According to the testimony of Jonathan J. González, Fire captain of Atizapán, and one of the first people to enter the house of the cannibal, located at number 22 of Margaritas Street, in the Lomas de San Miguel neighborhood inside were found medical books, cooking tools, movies of serial killers and a notebook that he used as a log of his crimes.
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