|Damaso Lopez Serrano "El Mini Licenciado"|
The presumed narco trafficker Damaso Lopez Serrano "El Mini Licenciado", godson of the imprisoned leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, promoted a complaint appeal against the order which partially rejected a request for protection from a possible arrest warrant.
Legal defenders of the subject, who together with his father Damaso Lopez Nunez "El Licenciado", the head of a criminal organisation that operates in Baja California Sur and in El Dorado, Sinaloa, complained of the initial decision of the Second District Judge in the State of Sinaloa, issued last March the 5th.
On this same date, the submissions of "El Mini Lic" was admitted and the Amparo 169/2015 claiming acts of District Judges in matter of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the Federal District Attorneys office and other Authorities.
Said acts are: The arrest warrant, wiretaps, location, and execution of such orders, as well as various omissions on the part of the responsible authorities.
The Judge of the Second District of Culiacan, Luis Fernando Zuniga Padilla, admitted the demand for some of the referred actions, but others were discarded for the well known inadmissibility of those being security measures.
Dissatisfied with the ruling, Lopez Serrano, through his lawyer Maria Dolores Gamez Llamas asserted their leave to appeal the ruling, the appeal is already admitted to the Collegiate Criminal Court of the Twelfth Circuit, under the complaint appeal file number 40/2015.
While this happens in the Courts of Culiacan, Authorities in La Paz and Los Cabos detect the presence of, and the criminal activity of Las Fuerzas Especiales de Damaso (FED) in those territories.
Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana