On Saturday night, the body of little Tadeo was transferred from Puebla to the capital of the country to be buried, after having been secretly exhumed from a pantheon in Iztapalapa and found in a garbage dump in a Puebla prison.
The Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJCDMX) reported that it offered legal, economic, psychological and social support to the parents of the minor.
A multidisciplinary cell of the General Coordination for the Investigation of Gender Crimes and Attention to Victims, made up of a social worker, clinical psychologist and legal advisor, together with personnel from the General Coordination for the Investigation of High Impact Crimes, moved to the state.
In the entity, the cell of the Socio-legal Support Center for Victims of Violent Crime (ADEVI) established contact with the mother and father of the deceased minor, to offer them support in the transfer of the body to Mexico City, as well as in the management of gratuity in funeral services.
Meanwhile, ministerial staff, experts and detectives from the Investigative Police (PDI) of the Prosecutor’s Office for the Investigation of Relevant Matters of the General Coordination for the Investigation of High Impact Crimes carried out an inspection on Saturday in a cemetery of the Iztapalapa mayor’s office, in which conducted interviews with local personnel, in order to delve into