Mexican Serial Killer Couple murdered 20 then dismembered their bodies
October 9, 2018 | Brainwave Science
A Mexican couple arrested by local law enforcement personnel for carrying dismembered human remains in a pram in connection with at least 10 known murders in Ecatepec, Mexico City.
The man and women, identified as Juan Carlos N and Patricia N, are alleged to have lured single mothers to their home in Mexico City on the pretense of selling them clothes. Juan Carlos confessed to the prosecutor of killing 20 women and raping some of his victims before chopping their body part in a suburb of Mexico City.
In a press conference, the state prosecutor Alejandro Gomez stated that the suspects felt appreciative of their hideous activity and wanted to be famous. Prosecutors consider both of them as psychopaths and serial killers. Gomez said, Juan, has a mental disturbance consistent with psychosis and a personality disorder, while Patricia was mentally disabled since birth, and has acquired induced delirium.
According to the investigation, the couple was under surveillance after phone records showed their links to three missing women, including a 28-year-old Nancy Huitron, who had disappeared along with her two-month-old-girl, Valentina. Mexican Police hoped the pram would contain the missing two-month-old girl, but instead found human remains in a bin bag. According to Neighbors statement, whenever they saw the couple together, they would regularly carry the same pram in which police found the dismembered body parts.
During the house and premise search, investigators found several more body parts, they found few in cement-filled buckets other wrapped in plastic bags inside a refrigerator. The collected body parts were in such bad condition that forensic tests will be needed to identify the victims. According to the state Prosecutors, identified victims were single mothers and knew the Juan Carlos and his partner from buying clothes and food from them, However, the investigation is still ongoing as the motive behind the murder, the total number of victims and identification of body parts buyer is still not clear.
The cycle of bloodshed that has gripped Mexico for decades is again reaching record peaks. The homicides rate rose by 16% in the first half of 2018. According to interior department’s reports, in the first six months, there were approximately 15,973 killings. Ecatepec has become notorious as a center of the killings. Thousands of women have disappeared or been murdered during a sharp increase in violence and most of them are unknown. Government statistic shows that 2,585 suspected known murders of women occurred last year.
According to UN Women, seven women and girls are killed in Mexico every day. It is hard to tell why there is such intense growth in homicide, some blame drug mafia and other lack of police power. This case has triggered shock around Mexico, even by the standards of a country plagued by a surge in violent crime.
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