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Distrust of Mexican authorities runs deep, and many families see the Argentine experts as the only ones to offer any answers to suffering that has stretched on for a decade or more.The state prosecutor's office has listed 676 disappearance cases in the region since 2008, and 395 are missing just within the city.One of the Munoz men threw a radio from a patrol car out the window, sparking angry threats, the family said.Seven years after the Munoz disappearances, the only thing the family has found is a belt buckle that could have belonged to Toribio Munoz, Veleta's 61-year-old husband.Local prosecutors wanted to close the case, but the family is still waiting for evidence.In Cuauhtemoc, the Argentines came in only after Gov. Cesar Duarte -- now accused of several crimes and on the run -- left office in December 2016 . They have made 13 identifications so far in the area, all from burned bone fragments found on rural ranches at the end of 2011 .Mercedes Doretti, the head of the forensic team for Mexico and Central America, said the investigators prepare carefully to deliver such news to families, because it is a "tremendously difficult moment".
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