At the place where the police of the U.s. state of New Mexico Monday, eleven malnourished children are found, is now also the remains of a boy found.
The discovery of the eleven children happened in the search for Abdul-Ghani, a missing little boy from the state of Georgia that Monday four year old would be. The starving children were between 1 and 15 years old and lived in a makeshift community in a slum consisting of tires and waste. Abdul-Ghani was not, however.
Authorities have now announced that the horror-yard the remains of a young boy was found. It is not yet known whether or not the Abdul-Ghani, but may brings the first interrogation of the five arrested adults, later today, with more clarity.
The eleven children are now in the hands of a kinderwelzijnsorganisatie. “Our priority is their health,” said a spokesman Monday. They were found in the remote and desert-like Amalia, about 230 kilometers northeast of Albuquerque, the largest city in the state of New Mexico.