Embraced in the frontier desert EE UU. The children were found FACUNDO MENDOZA NOLASCOA 55-year-old Mexican is asking local authorities for help in burying the remains of his heirs. Mexico.
Last Thursday, August 11, two Mexican brothers left their country to work and fulfill their dreams. America. Unfortunately, they unfortunately died trying on their journey.
parents Edgar Mendoza Rodriguez, 37 years old, and his younger brother CARLOS ENRIQUE MENDOZA SANTIAGO23, left their home in Oaxaca. Mexico, on May 27 this year. Two weeks later I walked in the desert ArizonaThey lost their lives.
The agent discovers and is surprised by the same ‘coyote’ that helped them cross the border. She called him to tell him that her two children were in the middle of the desertAccording to Mexican media Milenio.
“A week later, on June 2nd, he spoke to me and said that one of my sons, Carlos Enrique, was dehydrated and could not walk…, the law of life in the desert is: be what you are, be what you are”Mendoza told the aforementioned media.
“I asked him about my other son Edgar and he said he didn’t follow the group and he couldn’t because he saw his brother and he wanted to stay.” Amidst the high temperatures of those dates in America, he persisted when he discovered that none of his two children had survived the rigors of the desert.
However, To this day, Mendoza’s remains have not been brought back to her country and the responsible authorities have not responded to the search for her children.. Likewise, despite two months of pleading with the embassy in charge of burying them in Mexico, it did not provide him with the assistance he needed.
“The woman said to me: ‘I’ll send it to my boss so he can explain it to him.’ I said to him: ‘But are you going to explain it to me? What, have you found them yet?’ And I don’t know what to say,” he commented on the response given by the authorities.
“I said: ‘Tell me what you’re going to tell me because I’m ready. I have been searching for two months, days. If you have something good or bad to say to me, tell me, “I insisted,” Mendoza confirmed, referring to the head of the consular secretary’s response.
However, the person did get in touch Border PatrolHe told him that he had recovered the bodies of his children because they had taken away their identity documents.
“The embassy told me that they were seen hugging as a good pair of brothers. And, for that reason, they promise to be Edgar and Carlos Enrique”, Mendoza described for local media the tragic consequences her two children suffered and the way they were identified.
Finally, the father has called on the state authorities to help him bury his children’s bodies according to their customs.
“I am asking the president, governor or dependents to listen to me and grant me a visa so I can look for my children. I must go for them and bury them in their homeland.” request
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