The Mexicans’ relatives feel deep indignation Carlos Aranda who was found lifeless in the city of Osoyoos Canada.
Almost two weeks after the discovery of a body that could correspond to Carlos, the family assures No advances were made in identifying them, nor were they needed for DNA studies.
For its part, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police reported that due to the identification procedures, the Mexican’s relatives were not yet needed.
“No progress has been made in identifying Carlos Aranda and no evidence has been requested,” the family denounced
In a statement, Carlos Aranda’s relatives also clarified that they arrived in Canada a week ago after the authorities of both countries promised to provide them with all necessary assistance.
In the same spirit, the relatives denounced a further extension of the waiting time for the transmission of the results, since they made it clear that, despite the fact that the autopsy of the body was carried out last Thursday, August 31, The results are delivered up to four months later.
The family also filed a complaint that you have not received permission to perform a visual inspection of the body not even through photos.
They showed how “Bad faith and lack of professionalism” A claim has been made by the police authorities on the identity of a body found in a lake in the region as a clear violation of human rights, without even the slightest scientific backing,” they say this is the case. The legally prescribed autopsy protocol was not carried out on him.
Carlos’ family is still waiting for DNA samples to be taken to compare with the body found in Osoyoos town.
On July 7, the disappearance of young Mexican man Carlos Aranda was reported. But on August 22, a body believed to belong to the 30-year-old from Oaxaca was found in a lake in Osoyoos, British Columbia. CGB