Mexico's president accuses press and volunteer searchers for missing people of 'necrophilia'

The administration of Mexico's president has accused the press and volunteer searchers who look for the bodies of missing people of “necrophilia,” comments that drew criticism this week. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is known for insulting people he views as opponents. It accused reporters and volunteer searchers of suffering “a delirium of necrophilia" for having reported on a suspected clandestine crematorium on the outskirts of Mexico City.