Just a couple of flower crowns and a bouquet of roses accompanied Héctor’s remains to his family home in the community of San Antonio Pueblo Nuevo, in the Mazahua area of the State of Mexico.
The 14-year-old teenager is one of the two murdered and dismembered victims in the Historic Center of Mexico City.
Around 5:05 in the afternoon, his relatives approached the float that took him from Tepito, in Mexico City, to this area on the border with the state of Michoacán. Upon arrival they took out a coffin, took strength and carried it to the patio of the house where they will be veiled.
The teenager disappeared along with a 12-year-old boy, on October 27 in the vicinity of the Historic Center, his remains were found in the middle of Halloween, inside boxes and bags when they were transported in a little devil by a subject, presumably member of La Unión Tepito.
In the midst of the pain of the loss, relatives reproached that at the national level the authorities have exhibited the children as drug dealers, when they were just the young children of merchants who seek to make a better life in the capital of the country, far from the shortcomings of their hometown.
The family said they did not know the place where Yair’s remains will rest, as the family of the 12-year-old boy did not want to give details of the events.