The family of Carlos Tomas Aranda Burgoina Mexican who has disappeared since July 7 in Osoyoos, Canada, accused that the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) did not take DNA samples from the body found yesterday in a lake in the region.
“The necropsy protocol of law has not been practiced, as well as the taking of dna samplethe latter the only way, as the police themselves emphatically assured the family, which will allow them to accurately determine if it could be Carlos Tomás,” they stated in a statement.
Through a statement issued by the Family of Charles Thomas, questioned the statement by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police which hinted at the body identity found in a lake like that of the young man from Oaxaca.
“The family of the Oaxacan condemns bad faith and lack of professionalism on behalf of that security body, since, in a clear violation of human rights, he made an assertion regarding the identity of a body found in a lake in the region without having a minimum scientific support,” the statement continues.
Charles’s father Octavio Arandacontacted Foreign Minister Alicia Bárcena seeking support to move to Canada and provide DNA samples for collate them with the body found.
The family is in the process of coordinating this trip, originally scheduled for friday august 25along with representatives of the Mexican government.