Querétaro and Yucatán these are among the states reporting that they do not have clandestine tombs; however, according to the investigation "Mexican land of pits", conducted by a group of independent journalists, the authorities hide information about it.
"Baja California, Querétaro, Guanajuato, Mexico City, Puebla and Yucatán say they have no graves, but they deny this," said journalist Alejandra Guillén, who contributed to this investigation in an interview with Javier Risco for Hard Note.
"Querétaro's case is very emblematic, we had to talk to the families of the missing, the Querétaro families came to the Jalisco morgue and said," They deny that there are tombs, but we know there are, "the map reflects," said Paloma Robles, collaborative journalist of Quinto Elemento Lab, referring to a map showing where the quarries are reported and where they are not.
Journalists counted 2 thousand 884 bodies, 324 skulls, 217 bones, 799 skeletal remains, and thousands of bone remains and fragments corresponding to a still undetermined number of individuals.
In addition to the two thousand secluded tombs between 2006 and 2016 in Mexico.
However, they pointed out that there is information that the authorities still do not disclose, so that this figure can not be taken altogether.