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CARACAS, Wednesday February 06, 2013 | Update
 
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INSECURITY

Caracas morgue has received 98 dead bodies so far in February

Twelve dead bodies were taken to the morgue on Monday and Tuesday

Relatives waiting outside the forensic institute (Photo: Enio Perdomo)
DEIVIS RAMÍREZ MIRANDA |  EL UNIVERSAL
Wednesday February 06, 2013  10:15 AM
Twelve dead bodies were taken to the Bello Monte morgue, south Caracas, since Monday afternoon to Tuesday morning, thus pushing the number of dead bodies to 98 in the first five days of February.

Consequently, in average the morgue received 19 bodies per day, and most of them (80%) had gunshot wounds, according to unofficial sources with the Scientific, Criminal and Forensic Investigation Agency (Cicpc).

In this sense, Police Chief Elisio Guzmán, the director of Miranda State Police Department, claimed that the skyrocketing murder rate in Venezuela is the result of the Venezuelan State's failure to implement public security policies.
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