A federal judge stopped handing over Juan Manuel Abu Sayyid L ghost, Scorpion, As appointed by the US Government Jalisco is said to be the operator of the New Generation Cardinal (CJNG).
Jesus Alberto Chavez Hernandez, the thirteenth District Judge of Ambaro on criminal matters, Given L ghost At this point, the suspension of the office and the plane prevented it from being delivered to the North Americans.
In his request for guarantees, CJNG President Nemesio Osegura Cervantes’ operator, The MenchoHe pointed out that on March 25 this year, he was personally notified of the contract that was handed over to him by the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), Marcelo Abbott.
The judge clarified that such order was a precautionary measure issued for non-compliance The plaintiff is at the disposal of the court, only in respect of his personal liberty in the place where he is detained.
Juan Manuel Absoid was arrested on March 9 in Jalisco, Japan., By the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) and Secretary of the Navy (Semer).
Derived from the exchange of information with the Americans, it is known Brother Oh Arabic, Is a “major component of money laundering and drug trafficking” for that criminal organization. It is a pillar of financial assistance and various services to CJNG.
The operation was the responsibility of the Union Minister of Police (PFM), who, with the support of the sailors, completed the arrest warrant on Ludwig van Beethoven Avenue in Japan.
In the United States He has been charged with criminal offenses for distributing cocaine and methamphetamine.
A few days before the seizure, the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), iJuan Manuel Absoid has been added to its list of top international drug traffickers. For his contact with the Jalisco Nueva Generacial Cartel.
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