Thursday, August 29, 2013

Fonseca Carrillo One Step Away From Release

Chivis Martínez BorderlandBeat.Com
Jornada is reporting that Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo is one step away from  gaining a release from prison as Mexico’s Federal Supreme Court of Justice agreed to hear his appeal. 
 
Upon the controversial release of Rafael Caro Quintero on August 9th, Fonseca’s attorney, Jose Luis Guizar, had predicted his client would be free within 15 days.

Fonseca and Caro Quintero were both convicted for the 1985 kidnapping, torture and murder of DEA agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, 40 year sentences were imposed on the convicted murderers.    When Fonseca Carrillo was arrested, he quickly turned on his friend and partner in crime , blaming the murder on Caro Quintero.  It was at Fonseca's home that the Camarena torture tapes were discovered.

Caro Quintero’s release stemmed from a victory in the appellate court of Jalisco, based on a procedural technicality, not on a basis of innocence.  The 3 judge panel heard the appeal and agreed that the prosecution was not in jurisdiction compliance, having been tried in federal court instead of state court, a violation of due process.

Guizar filed an appeal for his client based on the same grounds that gained Caro Quintero his freedom.
 
"The appeal will soon be determined.  We believe that the judges will adhere to the law," Guizar said. "Fonseca Carrillo should already be free. He should be home. At its core, the issue is identical as Rafael's. "
Guizar also stated that his client is in very poor health, that brings to mind the 2008 campaign of Fonseca's daughter Araceli and his attorney to free Fonseca because he was near death and prison officials were refusing proper medical care for the inmate. (daughter center at left)

The federal attorney general's office, which oversees all security matters, and the presidency, insist they didn't know that Caro Quintero was being released.  President Enrique Peña Nieto has failed to make a public statement on the matter. 
Proceso reported that the attorney general’s office, well aware of the appeal,  never took action against it.

Mexican authorities are inspecting the financial records of the three judges that gave  Caro Quintero his freedom, investigating possible payoffs. Another big question is the atypical rapid pace of the release, which normally takes a few weeks after winning on appeal. 

Atty. Gen. Jesus Murillo Karam and Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade have said the decision was a huge mistake and they would work to reverse it.  A warrant for Caro Quintero’s re-arrest has been issued.

The US was outraged at the release, causing further strain on the US-Mexico relationship since EPN has taken office.  On August 14th the US has filed for Caro Quintero’s arrest and extradition.  The US will need an abundance of luck in recapturing the man, who many think most likely headed for Costa Rica or elsewhere outside of Mexico.

Video below contains an interview with Alfredo Corchado about US-Mexican Relations



39 comments:

  1. How do you charge somebody for murder in one country then try to extradite him and charge him for the same murder in another country so the 28 years he did in Mexico don't count ?

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    1. You can't be charged for same crimes. It will be a different charge

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    2. @ 1209 I agree 100%,the us needs to worry about the us and not what everyone else is doing!

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    3. Yes it counts, but the sentence was for 40 years...he owes 12 years. Also the US wants him for trafficking + other charges not just the Camarena murder.

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    4. I agree the US should stop interfering with other nations. And that includes immediately stopping ALL foreign aid programs and also closing the borders and deporting ALL foreign nationals.

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    5. @310 I swear! Sheesh!

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    6. @ 3:10 if they did that then all americans would be deported to england,ireland,italy etc. this counrty was founded by foreign nationals!

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    7. Get the fuck out of here with that liberal bullshit! All Americans born in the usa today are Americans. They weren't born in England Ireland or Italy. So why the fuck would they be deported?

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  2. Don Neto is one of the godfathers of the modern drug trafficking culture. A culture that has brought on an untold number of deaths, misery, pain, and sorrow the world over. Now Don Neto wants us to believe that society should feel sorry for him due to his age/health and grant h his release from prison. He should of thought of that before he and his goons went on murdering rampage that culminated in the death of Kiki Camarena. At least had got to live a life that has reached an old age. He needs to remember all the innocents he had killed. All the innocents who's loved ones didn't get to attend that birthday party, that graduation, that wedding, or that baseball game. God Bless.

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  3. Maybe the DEA should of kept its nose out they put kikis life on the line for WEED weed thats gonna b legal in every place by the time were old lol thats why I say fuck the DEA god bless kikis family but weed over weed u fuckn seroius it didnt stop the flow of weed anywhere or meth heroin ect the man payed his dues already

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    1. Simon y agree DEA is d biggest drug gang there is uncle Sam is d biggest OG there is

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    2. Thats exactly right!

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  4. What's the difference between a drug dealer and corporate America

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  5. Why is this happening now?Who gave him and his team the heads up to try this?The legal team he has hasn't only just come up with this,they must have been told someone would be amenable to this kind of play?Where did that suggestion come from,or has he bought himself a worthwhile legal team who have been looking for this kind of technicality?Can we believe that,,that this isn't some kind of political maneuvering?Because one thing is for sure,this isn't about justice.Isn't it a shame that Mexico doesn't place the same kind of consideration on less wealthy people,the US also for that matter.

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  6. Every time you smoke a joint a Mexican "gets his wings".

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    1. Fyou i smoke AMERICAN grown. F mexican caca.

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  7. i disagree. the MODERN face of drug trafficking was not created by the old timers. they were def in volved in creating what we see today,but the narco world has changed drastically since the days of the guadalajara cartel.

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  8. What? It was created by old timers! So Pablo Escobar's impact on the modern drug trade is irelevent! Don Nero and Escobar came up at the same time! As did El Azul, El Mayo, Caro Quitero, Amado Carillo, Blandon, Meneses, Rick Ross and Nacho Coronel, etc. He'll, Don Neto helped create some of the modern cartels. If you ask me - that's influence on the modern drug trade! Remember these guys introduced the rock form of cocaine, crack, into the American conscience.

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  9. our system of justice might not be perfect here in good ol U.S of A, but I'll take it, with all its faults, over Mexican justice system any day of the week...Mexican Justice System, what an oxymoron...

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  10. First of all, why is he still in jail? When CAro Quintero was the one that ordered the hit on Camarena!!!! This man has paid his debt to sociaty. I'm not saying he is an angel, but how many people have done worst things and spent less time in jail?

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  11. The US just wants to blame the Mexican for wut goes on in the US. These white boys feel entitled and think they have the rite to wutever they want. In this case Quintero. Bunch of tecatos don't wanna blame them selves for the demand on drugs! They don't blame Canada cus they're white, so blame the inditos across the river. Run Caro.....Run!

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  12. I dunno , but his daughter is bangin' hot!

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  13. Run Caro.....Run! No mames! you could tell your a straight up Frijol! y si soy Chicano, but I can spell and correct my grammar Pendejo. It's fool's like you that make us Mexican-Americans look bad. Ya te imagino, pinche pelon, saggy pants con pinche black & white shirt? Raiders, Lol.

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  14. A Don Neto se lo van a meter por poniendole el dedo al "Jefe de Jefes" Rafael Caro Quintero. El pinche Arturo Leyva no es el jefe de jefes.

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  15. Every time you smoke a joint a Mexican "gets his wings".

    that is funny....have to admit,..now where's my matches...

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  16. Move over Chapete ! Quintero the New Man in charge

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  17. So USA was all the time just waiting for their release (full time or not)? To sue them for other crimes?

    Or is this extradition shit just for punishing them more? Everyone knew it was 40 year sentences.

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  18. @August 30, 2013 at 3:10 PM

    So you'd leave only indians there?

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    1. I guess you don't know what term, " foreign national" means.

      Research it.

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  19. Who is that HOT female sitting in the middle in the photo?

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  20. Finally they release him, now the only one left is El Padrino

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  21. "It's fool's like you that make us Mexican-Americans look bad. Ya te imagino, pinche pelon, saggy pants con pinche black & white shirt? Raiders, Lol"
    Right on brother,hes just another commnon variety racist motherfucker with no life hatin on skin color?Dude,its pricks like him who look bad whatever their color.Fool should think about decent Mexicans not hero worship these dogs.

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  22. August 30, 2013 at 12:01 PM
    Fuck off with the race shit,you,d whine like a bitch if you was being called names you pussy whiner"poor poor me,white people,blah,blah,blah" ,,fuck outta here,fuckin loser,go get a job,,do something?

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  23. "They don't blame Canada cus they're white, so blame the inditos across the river. Run Caro.....Run!" ?

    Horrible little man,thats entirely your viewpoint,bitter and hatefull .

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  24. I feel very proud , my last name is Fonsekita Carillito

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  25. Free Felix Gallardo, I've been trying to post this. But the assholes that's filter this is not getting my point across .
    Quintero and fonseca were the two hot heads that's got Felix Gallardo caught up. Release the man already, his paid his dues.

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  26. yes the time you do in mexico counts in the united states but does it work the same in mexico no it doesn't mexico has a treating with USA no death sentence !

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