Note: So, where is Rafael?
US will have 60 days to formally file extradition of Caro Quintero
The Attorney General's Office reported that already has a provisional warrant for extradition to the United States against the drug dealer
14/08/2013 20:01 NOTIMEX
MEXICO CITY, August 14. - The Attorney General's Office (PGR) reported that already has a provisional warrant for extradition to the United States against Rafael Caro Quintero, for various offenses for which accused before a U.S. District Court in California.
The request for provisional arrest, made by the Government of the American Union, was presented through the PGR before a federal judge, who ruled the suitability of granting such a measure.
In a statement, the PGR said that once you fill out the arrest warrant against Caro Quintero, the U.S. government will have 60 days to submit the formal request for extradition.
This procedure, in accordance with the terms provided in the Extradition Treaty between the governments of Mexico and the United States, said the PGR.
Go PGR Caro Quintero to extradite him to the United States
AUGUST 14, 2013
MEXICO, DF (Ap). - The Attorney General's Office (PGR) confirmed that already has a provisional warrant for extradition against the trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero "for various offenses for which he is accused in federal court of District of California. "
In a statement, the agency said that the request of the U.S. government was brought before a federal judge, who ruled the suitability of granting of the measure.
He explained that once you fill the arrest warrant against the founder of the Guadalajara Cartel, the Obama administration will have 60 days to submit the formal request for extradition under the terms available to the Extradition Treaty between the governments of Mexico and the United States.
Last Friday in September, after the release of Narcos called Narco, Attorney General of the Republic, Jesús Murillo Karam, expressed his absolute respect for the decisions of the judiciary, but expressed concern that allowed decisions to release the drug trafficker .
He argued that the First Appellate Court ignored the recent criteria outlined in March by the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, as an authority ordered to cease pursuing criminal cases against Caro Quintero.
Have applied the opinion of the Court, said the official, should have referred the case to the judge who deemed competent to know the trial, because of the way it happened there was absolution without trial by a judge to the same Court considered incompetent.
Murillo Karam ordered analyze the interposition of resources in terms of the law are coming, because of the seriousness of the crime of illegal deprivation of liberty and homicide, among others, whose bonnet victims seeking justice.
Also in the U.S. there were calls for the release of Caro Quintero, who was responsible for the death of Officer of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Enrique Camarena.
In a statement, the Association of Former Federal Narcotics Agents of the United States stated that "the release of this violent butcher is just another example of how the good faith efforts of the United States to work with the Mexican government may be frustrated by the powerful forces of darkness working in the shadows of the Mexican justice system. "
"Rafael Caro Quintero should never see the light of the day as a free man."
The group asked the government of his country to seek the extradition of drug lord to U.S. face justice.
For his part, the Justice Department said he was "extremely disappointed" by the release, calling it "extremely alarming."
The DEA, meanwhile, offered to continue with efforts to ensure that Caro Quintero in the U.S. to face charges for crimes he committed.
Sandra Avila could be deported to Mexico hours
"Queen of the Pacific" is in a jail in El Paso, Texas, awaiting deportation to Mexico, which could happen in the next few hours, his lawyer
14/08/2013 19:28 NOTIMEX
MIAMI, August 14. - Sandra Avila Beltran, known as "The Queen of the Pacific" is in a jail in El Paso, Texas, in anticipation of his impending deportation to Mexico, which could happen in the next few hours, reported his lawyer Stephen Ralls.
Avila Beltran, 52 years old, was delivered on July 30 to the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Miami for deportation to the neighboring country and has since been in detention centers in Florida, Louisiana and now in Texas .
Sandra Avila, avoided going to trial would have faced the charge of conspiracy to import and distribute cocaine in the United States.
The Mexican was handed over to ICE after serving 70 months of imprisonment imposed by the federal judge in Miami, Michael Moore, who considered his sentence ended after spending five years imprisoned in Mexico and one in the United States.
Ralls attorney ample time attributed to deport her client that the case is "special" and therefore had to be taken to determine the place where it will be delivered. Avila Beltran was extradited to the United States in August 2012.
Following an agreement with prosecutors, pleaded guilty Mexican last April the crime of economic assistance to her ex-boyfriend, Colombian Juan Diego Espinosa Ramirez, "El Tigre", the link between the Mexican Sinaloa Cartel and Colombia's Norte del Valle .
With the agreement, she avoided a trial in which had faced the charge of conspiracy to import and distribute cocaine in the United States and a higher penalty if found guilty.