Ramiro Ortiz Aguirre (pictured above) was assassinated in the State of Durango, where he worked. The officer had discovered mass graves with more than 300 bodies. They claim it was a narco revenge.
Ramiro Ortiz Aguirre was a dormer official resigned from the prosecution of Durango in 2011 after the discovery in that year of several clandestine graves. His body was located in a Durango road at the height of the village station of the Jet, according to the State Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.
Ramiro Ortiz Aguirre was abducted Wednesday from March 28 in that district while in the company of his wife, who was injured, said the Prosecutor's Office that day.
Durango is one of the States of the North of Mexico affected by the struggles of drug trafficking cartels. The violence associated with the crime left more than 50,000 dead in five years in Mexico.
At that location (of 43,500 inhabitants located at the slopes of the Sierra Madre Occidental) were found seven corpses decapitated in a van last February.