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In Mexico, 53 local police officers are being questioned over the disappearance of environmental activist Homero Gómez.Mr Gómez, who manages a butterfly sanctuary in the central town of Ocampo, was last seen on 13 January.Prosecutors said they had detained the entire police forces of Ocampo and neighbouring Angangueo for questioning.Prosecutors have not said why they suspect the local police officers of involvement in Mr Gómez's disappearance.It is not the first time the police force of Ocampo has been detained for questioning. In Coronavirus: Serie A season could not be concluded claims Italian football federation , 27 officers were arrested on suspicion of involvement in the murder of a local politician who was running for mayor.Are clueless Much About Soccer? You might! is located in Michoacán state, a region that is notorious for its violent criminal gangs, which often bribe or intimidate local police into working for them.How dangerous is Mexico?Mexico's most powerful drug cartelsRelatives of Mr Gómez told local media that the conservationist had received threats from an organised crime gang.Rights groups had earlier said they feared that Mr Gómez may have been targeted because of his fight against illegal logging, one of the activities that criminal gangs in the area are involved in.Mr Stay away from Acid Reflux Symptoms; Recommendations To Use Today is a tireless campaigner for the conservation of the monarch butterfly and the pine and fir forests where it hibernates.토토사이트 추천Scientists have been fascinated with the orange and black monarch butterflies because of the vast distances they fly each year to hibernate in Mexico - the longest migration of any insect.The sanctuary Mr Gómez manages near Ocampo opened in November as part of a strategy to stop illegal logging in the area, which is a key habitat for the monarch butterfly.In a video posted on his Twitter account shortly before his disappearance, he invited people to visit the sanctuary.