Bangladeshi soldiers recovered 10 more bodies in a second mass grave in a military compound in the capital Saturday, bringing to 76 the death toll from a mutiny staged by border guards over pay. Some 50 officers were still missing, fire service operations chief Sheikh Mohammad Shahjalal said. "We have so far removed 10 dead bodies. They are badly decomposed and many are mutilated," he said, adding the army was questioning some of the border security guards in custody about the whereabouts of those missing. "They not only shot them dead but some bodies were badly mutilated with bayonets," Shahjalal said. "It's beyond comprehension how one human could have done this to another." Some of the dead may have been burned in the 33-hour revolt by rank-and-file border security troops that began early Wednesday and bones had been found, he added.