Behind the sun-kissed beaches and vibrant culture of Baja California Sur lies a somber reality – over 1,600 missing persons cases hang in the balance, each bearing a weight of uncertainty and anguish. While national rankings place the state in 23rd position, local authorities paint a starker picture, with 662 souls still unaccounted for, their fates woven into the fabric of unanswered questions.
The Baja California Sur State Persons Search Commission, formed in 2019, grapples with this haunting narrative. At its helm stands Lizeth Collins Collins, a resolute figure guiding the search for truth amidst a labyrinth of disappearances. Her voice, though tinged with concern, rings with unwavering determination.