http://news.yahoo.com/families-missing- ... 02429.html
Comment: It took these criminals over 17 and a half hours (with time allowed for cooling of the pyre for body retrieval) to burn 43 of the victims bodies on an "enormous funeral pyre" which had to be kept fueled by adding gasoline, diesel fuel, and wood to keep it from extinguishing. Then they had to retrieve the bodies and break up the bones and dispose of them in plastic trash bags in the river. (Why did they put them in plastic bags? Why not just throw them in the river like the Germans are alleged to have done? Kind of proves that traces of mass atrocities are not so easy to conceal as is claimed for the "Holocaust").Mexico: Burned remains probably are 43 missing
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Suspects in the disappearance of 43 college students have confessed to loading the youths onto dump trucks, murdering them at a landfill, then burning the bodies and dumping the ashen remains into a river, Mexican authorities said Friday.
In a somber, lengthy explanation of the investigation, Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam played video showing hundreds of charred fragments of bone and teeth fished from the river and its banks. He said it will be very difficult to extract DNA to confirm that they are the students missing since Sept. 26 after an attack by police in the southern state of Guerrero...
In the most comprehensive accounting to date of the disappearances and the subsequent investigation, Murillo Karam showed videotaped confessions by those who testified they used dump trucks to carry the students to a landfill site in Cocula, a city near Iguala. About 15 of the students were already dead when they arrived at the site and the rest were shot there, according to the suspects.
They then built an enormous funeral pyre that burned from midnight until 2 or 3 p.m. along the River San Juan in Cocula. "They assigned guards in shifts to make sure the fire lasted for hours, throwing diesel, gasoline, tires, wood and plastic," Murillo Karam said.
...It was about 5:30 p.m. when the ashes had cooled enough to be handled. Those who disposed of the bodies were told to break up the burned bones, place them in black plastic garbage bags and empty them into the river.
Murillo Karam said the teeth were so badly charred that they practically dissolved into dust at the touch.
"The high level of degradation caused by the fire in the remains we found make it very difficult to extract the DNA that will allow an identification," he said.
...Murillo Karma had told relatives of the missing students earlier Friday that authorities believe their children are these charred remains, but have no DNA confirmation.
Associated Press writer Christopher Sherman contributed to this report.
Now multiply this effort by a factor of over 16,000 and you have what is claimed for the Treblinka cremation pyres- at the very least of estimates (calculating 700,000 dead). Even if the Germans were three times as efficient as the Mexican cartels, we are still looking at a factor of over 5400. In other words, a total impossibility.