The Case of Debanhi Escobar Continues

The Exhumation and Third Necrosis of Debanhi Escobar

Joseph Mayuyo
5 min readJul 3, 2022


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Mario Escobar, the father of Debanhi Susana Escobar Bazaldúa, made it veritably clear that the exhumation of his daughter’s remains is out of the ordinary. While he understands the uncommon, unusual event, he believes that this is a step forward to protect women from this unchanging femicide.

In Nuevo Leon, this is unheard of. This practice is inconceivable. Still, given that it seems the Mexican people have no fidelity to their countrymen. The bringing in of a Guatemalan professional will hopefully give us a significant update. Still, numerous voices have spoken and believe that Debanhi has been through enough.

It’s not like the killers are going to be caught. This will not bring her back to life. Debanhi’s remains should be left to rest. As of July 1st, 2022, which is three to four months since her passing; the forensic services to the pantheon of the megacity of Galeana have disinterred her remains. Don Mario hopes that a third necropsy will exfoliate light on the riddle of her death.

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Men and women dressed in white overalls, gloves, and defensive masks took the remains of the 18-Year-Old and placed her remains in a van from the Forensic Medical Service. The first and official cause of death according to the government’s autopsy team, stated that her death was by accident through inadvertently falling into a septic tank and drowning in a pool of water that was lower than three feet. While the rest of the world understands that conclusion is beyond incomprehensible.

The sheer idea that that was verity brings unnecessary shame to her life and death. The second necropsy revealed that she was having sexual relations. They were labeled as violent, and involuntary. Still, they didn’t take into consideration exactly how long she was alive since she went missing in April. If she suffered or if she was possibly ganged up on? If she died while in the septic tank or was she placed there?

All these questions could have been answered during the first necropsy.
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Joseph Mayuyo

I write about being a functional addict in dysfunctional relationships. Living in a world that wasn’t created for us to thrive, I write to keep us alive. #Hope