Journalist Veronica Calderon claims the killings are ‘a turning point in a continuing state currently beaten by physical physical violence’
Two activists trying to protect monarch butterflies and their habitat have now been discovered dead in Mexico.
Homero Gomez Gonzalez, a long-time advocate for the migratory bugs, went lacking in belated January and had been discovered dead on Wednesday. He handled the El Rosario butterfly sanctuary in Michoacan state, a lifeline for scores of butterflies which make the journey here each from Canada and the U.S year.
As well as on a butterfly tour guide named Raul Hernandez Romero was also found dead saturday. Their human anatomy had been poorly beaten.
Authorities have not released a motive when it comes to killings, but freelance journalist Veronica Calderon claims some community users are blaming unlawful loggers whom run in your community.