As we identify the term: SERIAL KILLER, we know that a serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more people, in two or more seperate events over a period of time, for primarily psychological reasons. There can be gaps of time between the killings, which may range from a few days to months, or many years. With this in mind let’s travel to Mexico where bone fragments of at least 17 victims were found at a suspectedd serial killers home.
Investigators who were digging under the house of a suspected serial killers house found 3,787 bone fragments, that apparently beonged to 17 different victims. The prosecutors in Mexico, which borders Mexico City, suggest that their grisly finds may not end there. ID’s cards and other possessions from people who disappeared years ago were found at this junk-filled home, suggesting that the trail of killings may go back years.
The suspect that the authorities identified as “Andres” was a former butcher, which makes sense considering that the bone fragments found underneath the home may have been hacked into small pieces and his last victim, he sectioned and filleted.
This serial killer’s last victim was a 34-year-old woman, also the wife of a police commander whom the suspect knew personally. The suspect had accompanied the woman on a shopping trip the day she disappeared, which led her husband to suspect him when she failed to return home. This is how they learned who the serial killer was. The police-officer had gained access to the police surveillance cameras showing that his wife had entered, but not left, the street where the suspect lived. The policeman went to the home, confronted the suspect, and found his wife’s hacked up body inside. This would not be all that they would find.
Investigators would also find women’s clothing, voter ID’s, and audio and video tapes suggesting that he may have recorded his victims. The format of the video tapes found at the suspects house suggest how far the killings may go back: 28 8mm video tapes, which were discontinued around 2007 and 25 VHS cassettes, which fell out of favor by 2016. It is known though, that outdated tech formats ofted remain in use in Mexico after they have been abandoned in other countries. In total the prosecutors have found 91 photographs, many of the type that would have been used to obtain ID cards; eight cell phones, and women’s jewelry and makeup.
As I learned of this story I couldn’t even imagine what was going through this officer’s mind when he walked into this man’s home and found his wife. I don’t know if this man would have even made it to stand trial for these killings. I can only assume he sought justice not only for himself but for the families of the other victims and the victims themselves. Although, I can’t say without offending readers what I believe proper justice would have been.
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