After three months of the disappearance of a judge who was involved in a fraud scandal, his body was found, along with his wife and his two daughters, in advanced state of decomposition in a mountainous area in the Northwest of Mexico, known as ‘El Candil’.
The victims, that were found last Saturday, were identified as Isidro Hernandez Ramirez, Multiple Judge of the Municipality of Concordia, his wife and his two daughters, 28 and 21 years, thus informed an official source of the State Prosecutor’s Office.
Along with the bodies of the family, was also found a bone structure that was not fully identified. “The other victim, because they were five, only was identified as Bernardo, domiciled in the Federal District”, said the same source.
According to reports from the Prosecutor’s Office of Sinaloa, Hernandez was accused in 2009 for falsifying documents and signatures within a litigation to force the parastatal Federal Electricity Commission to pay nearly 209 million pesos (16 million dollars) to a woman.