Forensic anthropologists work on facial reconstruction based on the bone structure of a human skull at the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences where forensic technicians and archaeologists work ... more 
Forensic anthropologists work on facial reconstruction based on the bone structure of a human skull at the Jalisco Institute of Forensic Sciences where forensic technicians and archaeologists work with human remains for their further identification in Guadalajara March 27, 2014. Mexico's drug war has claimed so many lives over the past several years that most of the corpses are never identified, or worse still, misidentified in a morbid comedy of errors by the country's overwhelmed forensic teams. The chaos is punctuated by insufficient resources to properly identify victims, a patchwork of forensic services lacking uniform standards, as well as chronic mistakes committed by stretched law enforcement. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Alejandro Acosta (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY CRIME LAW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) less 
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