Friday, April 24, 2015

The fear of 50 extraditables

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Zetatijuana article

[Article Subject: Extradition, Amparo, Capo's
Recommendation: Some prior knowledge of subject matter useful]

Dozens of Mexicans are in the view of the United States Authorities in order to be extradited: at least 50 have promoted Amparo's to prevent their delivery to American justice. Through trials of Guarantees, the most well known traffickers, some detained and some still fugitive, have expressed their fear of being abused or even sentenced to capital punishment. In many of the cases, the United States has not formalized a request of extradition for the Mexicans. The Supreme Court of National Justice, is entering the study of the order of extradition against Rafael Caro Quintero.


Reporter Luis Carlos Sainz Martinez and cortesia

From common criminals, mainly murderers and sexual abusers, leaders of criminal cells or the best known drug cartels capos, they top the list of extraditable Mexicans to the United States.

The exact amount of those who have been claimed for extradition by the United States is not known, but by each criminal organization they referred to dozens of hitmen, under bosses and capos.



At present, in the Federal Courts of the Country, half a hundred alleged criminals hold amparo actions against extradition they fear so much.

In the actual administration, of the surrender of nationals to the US Government there has been nothing as spectacular as in the previous six years, with landmark cases such as Alfredo Beltran Leyva "El Mochomo".

Narco traffickers like Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, Edgar Valdez Villarreal "La Barbie", Jesus "El Chango" Mendez, Miguel Angel Trevino Morales "El Z-40" and his brother Omar "El Z-42", have promoted amparos against their possible extradition since the first day they were detained, even though in many cases and extradition warrant has not been requested.

Proof of this is the complaint filed recently by "El Chapo" Guzman for the refusal of a Judge to admit their demand for guarantees against extradition.

Regardless of fault and how the matter may swing legally, the trafficker expressed his fear to be extradited to the United States, tried, and that, in time, the death penalty could be applied.

Another tangible case is of the fugitive capo Rafael Caro Quintero, the one time freed, it was confirmed that he will have to serve 40 years in prison for the kidnapping and murder of the DEA agent, Enrique "kiki" Camarena Salazar and other Federal crimes committed on Mexican soil.

However, some fugitives fight legally against being taken and imprisoned in the neighboring country to the North. The amparo was sent to the Supreme Court.

Beltran Leyva Case

The extradition of "El Mochomo" on Saturday 15th of November 2014, hit the rest of the extraditables like a cold shower. In August of 2012 he was requested by the United States for processing before the Federal Court of Washington, District of Colombia.

Detained since January 2008, Alfredo completed more than four years segregation in the special treatment section of CEFERESO No.2 "Occidente", in Puente Grande, Jalisco. By means of an amparo he managed to get out of the segregation area.

Despite being punished in isolation, in the months that followed the ruling he could receive visits. US Justice Dept accused "El Mochomo" of taking direct actions of drug trafficking to that nation from his confinement in Federal Prison, where supposedly partner shared their profits with him.

The charges against the ex operations leader of the Beltran Leyva Organization, was that they are probable responsibility in the commission by criminal association to distribute controlled substances, 5 kilos or more of cocaine, 50 grammes or more to a kilo or more of heroin, more than a 1000 kilos of Marijuana, and knowing that these controlled substances were going to be imported illegaly into the United States.

A single witnesses hearsay referred to Alfredo Beltran Leyva involvement in the illegal business from within the Mexican Prison. It was enough for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to authorize the extradition of the accused on November 26th 2013.


After the delivery of the brother of the extinct Arturo Beltran Leyva "El Barbas", killed by the Marina in an operation in 2009 in the state of Morelos

The amount of demands of amparo against the measure fired into the Mexican Courts.

Friends or enemies in the streets and in the prisons, the narco traffickers see the Americans as potential enemies.





Fear as defence, like "El Chapo"

Even though students of the law say that the crimes and penalties applicable in some countries subscribe to the agreements of extradition they must be similar, and they cannot apply the death penalty to an extradited suspect, to be one of the conditions, the narco trafficker Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera "entered into panic" like strategy to persuade and convince Mexican Judges that they must not authorize his extradition to the United States.

After a year and some weeks of detetion, on the 22nd of February of 2014 in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, "El Chapo" Guzman already has promoted more than 10 amparos against possible extradition. The majority of which were dismissed as there is no current requirement for an order of detention, prosecuted by the other side.

The complaint 5/2015 filed before the Fifth Collegiate Criminal Court of the First District, for the dismissal of a claim for redress in a District Court, Guzman Loera called National Authorities "unconstitutional, authoritarian, and unpatriotic, the order or arrangement giving Ministerial and Judicial Authorities for building a process against me for extradition to the United States.

The incarcerated leader of the Sinaloa cartel also expressed his fear of being kidnapped to a secret prison of unknown destination where they can infer abominable tortures and declare me guilty of the commission of crimes that they say I have committed, and that way apply penalties up to the death penalty, which is expressly forbidden by the General Constitution of the Republic.



Against the Foreign Authorities he claims, " the commission of acts both future and imminent relations with his obstinate intention to extradite me to the United States of North America to be judged by this nation and with the application of cruel degradation, cruel or inhuman maltreatment, and with the testimony of paid, taught and protected witnesses, force me to plead guilty to serious offences I have not committed, with the execution of the unconstitutional order of extradition, related to the death penalty".

The complain produced its desired effect, because the Judges ordered the District Judge to admit the petition for relief filed by the Sinaloan to assume jurisdiction and at the appropriate moment issue the procedure, there are many judgements of guarantees of El Chapo in different courts pending.



The Zeta Brothers

As soon as he was apprehended on March 4th 2015, on the same day the drug trafficker Oscar Omar Trevino Morales "Z-42" leader of the criminal organisation Los Zetas, filed an injunction request against possible extradition to the other side of the Northern border.

The application for amparo of the Tamaulipan admitted to Federal CEFERSO No 1 supermax Altiplano, at Almoya de Juarez, Mexico, was sent to the Seventh District Court of Amparo in Criminal matters of the Federal District under file number 218/2015.

In his application "Z-42" claimed against the possible "temporary extradition and transfer to the United States of America, by the most viable executing agent the PGR, among other authorities. The judge granted the plaintiffs suspension to keep things in the state, while they resolve the judgement of Guarantees.

In the self diffusion of capturing Trevino Morales, the Director of the Criminal Investigation Agency, Thomas Zeron reported that the alleged drug trafficker is wanted by US Authorities on charges of conspiracy to commit crimes against health.

His brother Miguel Angel Trevino Morales "El Z-40", arrested in mid June 2013 is subject to extradition proceedings 2/2011, before the First District Court of Federal Criminal Proceedings in the Federal District.

Regardless, the currently dangerous "Z-40" is facing charges in 12 criminal cases in District Courts of State of Mexico, Jalisco and Tamaulipas, at any time could be subjected to a so called "temporary extradition" as has happened to the likes of Javier Torres Felix "El JT" or Sandra Avila Beltran "Queen of the Pacific", brought to America before returning to Mexico and confronting national justice again.

Caro subject to Court

The injunction promoted by the drug trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero against the arrest warrant for international extradition issued on the 10th of August 2013 by the Sixth District Court of Federal Criminal Proceedings in Mexico City, has now been pending for a year and a half.

Firstly, in October of 2013, a Federal Judge of Guadalajara met the trial of Guarantees, with Authority declined due to competence in March of 2014, by a Judge of Amparo of the 11th District Court of Criminal Matters of the Federal District in charge of the claim. On June 16th of 2014 the Capital Judge denied the amparo.



Caro Quintero then filed an appeal that was referred to the First Collegiate Criminal Court of the First Circuit, where after several months of indecision, claims, complaints, impairments and a series of delays, the Judges asked whether Ministers of the Supreme Court can resolve the complaint.


Currently the First Chamber of the Courts of Mexican Justice of appeals, are reviewing the appeal filed by Quintero against the recent confirmation of his 40 year sentence in prison for kidnapping and murder of Enrique Camarena and pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar.





Extraditables on tenterhooks

With the formal petition of the Untied States made to the Mexican Government, successful or not, Mexican criminal suspects or their lawyers continually appear before the Courts to seek shelter and protection to avoid extradition. A number of them have been denied the recognition of violation of fundamental human rights. Other cases are still pending.

A list of the extraditables that ZETA has configured based on judgements of Guarantee, and declarations of the Governments of both countries is as follows.

Antonio Gonzalez Reynoso, Rigoberto Andrade Renteria, Mario Alberto Ramirez Trevino, Jesus Alfredo Salazar Ramirez, Adan Salazar Zamorano, Rafael Caro Quintero, Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera, Jesus Mendez Vargas, Carlos Alberto Cerda Torres, Rafael Duarte Torres, and Agustin Flores Apodaca.

Also figuring are: Jose Antonio Torres Marrufo, Abraham Inzunza Inzunza, Mario Ismael Zambada Garcia, Valentin Saenz Cruz, Victor Emilio Cazares Salazar, Juan Francisco Sillas Rocha, Carlos Herrera Avalos, Ruben Garza Rodriguez, Noel Salgueiro Nevarez and Rafael Rivera Salomon.

Sergio Garza Trevino, Jesus Raul Beltran Leon, Arnoldo Ruedo Molina, Ramon Alvarez Ayala, Miguel Angel Guzman Loera, Victor Manuel Felix Felix, Juan Jose Alvarez Tostado Galvan, Miguel Angel Aramiz Herrera, Juan Jesus Flores Lara and Omar Trevino Morales.

In equal manner, Miguel Angel Trevino Morales, Francisco Javier Cantabrana Parra, Lucio Hernandez Lechuga, Juan Pablo Badillo Soto, Alfredo Andrade Parra, Vincente Carrillo Fuentes, Servando Gomez Martinez, Hector Beltran Leyva, Edgar Valdez Villarreal, Geraldo Alvarez Vazquez and Ines Coronel Barrera.

Original article in Spanish at Zetatijuana

58 comments:

  1. This is why the U.S. need to punish the Mexican government, because of this incompetence, Mexico government would rather have these mass murders running their cartel in prison, rather than putting them in a Hole in a U.S prison, never to be seen again, "these cartel bosses are "Mexico greatest heroes" to the government" it really shows you how the government at the top, would rather love and respect these murdering assholes rights, than to work the U.S. government in putting them away for good, because they keep refusing to extradited these terrorist, Mexico really needs to be put on the Axes of evil list.

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    1. Narcos and goverment are one. Same shit..

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    2. Mexico does not have to comply to us conditions. Thats why there separate countries....

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    3. Mexico doesn't comply with its own conditions. Its a sick joke the way the legal system jerks innocents around and protects these criminal A holes.

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    4. They only have to comply just with the cartels, the cartels seems to be the one running things down there, the government and military, you don't have to be a fool to know if we had access to the information, from the DEA, CIA, we would find out the truth, that the only reason why they even catching these cartels bosses, is because of the DEA and CIA hard intelligence work, Mexico lacks any intelligence, hell they cant even stop carels from sealing gasoline and coal.

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    5. DEA and CIA own the mexican cartels, but CIA owns DEA too...
      The CIA is owned by the english, who also own canada and henry kissinger...

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  2. Let them see the US Justice System!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When these goons were torturing and killing did they think about the persons family? No , i say send them all to the great ole USA...

    MERICA!!!!!!!!

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  3. A Benjamin Arrellano Felix el PAN dio el permiso (lo extradito), el PRI nunca lo fuera extraditado.

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    1. Benjamin was a ruthless and strategic mafia don but at the end, Ramon's death was his own downfall. In the book he also believes that it was indeed Ramon's widow who gave him up to the three big letters in the states since she was the only non family member by blood at Ramon's wake in Benjamin's house in Puebla and she had a shady attitude in the wake which made him think.

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    2. La Mojarra was his downfall. If Mojarra would of switched cars everytime he dropped off money to El Min...Surveillence would of never been suspicious, but Mojarra kept using same car. Fox n Cedillo wanted to make a example of Min.

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    3. Ramon should of listen to Min when Min told him not to go to Mazatlan cuz things were HOT. Only time Ramon didnt listen to El Min.

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    4. Ramon just didn't give a damn. I would think twice before stepping foot in deep enemy turf especially in taking out the rival boss. El Mon didn't even have his elite comrades with him. Most of them dead or locked by that time. He took rookies with him to Mazatlan that day. Best believe el Tiburon would have even saved Ramon's life.

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  4. Que los avienten con los negrotes a los hijos de Su p@#$ Madre.

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  5. Capital punishment is what mexico lacks and desperately needs in order to put the majority of these idiots in line. But until then youll have 50 dead over here and another 100 dead over there. Pathetic.

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    1. Yes, we have capital punishment in the US and we have no murderers here.

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    2. great answer to a stupid question

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  6. How about Gustavo Rivera-Martinez - The mass-murdering US Citizen arrested in Los Barriles in 2008?

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  7. There r alot more

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  8. Meanwhile in Malaysia, three sinaloenses are going to be executed for operating a meth lab there. Tenian que hacer de Guasave los pendejos, arriva Mocorito

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    1. I hope bb those a article a about those valientes from sinaloa who are going to be kill solo por ser sinaloense ...saludos de tamaulipas nuevo laredo

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    2. Brincos dieras si fueras d guasave...

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    3. Los de guasave estan mensitos que no?hahaha

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  9. People say "Mexico needs to be able to execute people". How about just "Mexico needs to be able to put rich people away for more than 15 years"?

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  10. scared of death penalty, what about the death penalty they gave to thousands?

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    1. Good point.Its different of course when the shoes on the other foot.They don't 'man up' and play by their own rules.

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  11. People wonder, why all of these drug lords have been arrested ever since the PRI has come to power. In doing research on the topic what was uncovered was how the PRI did business from 1950-1994 and that was a order in which the traffickers or plaza bosses were chosen by the government, controled by the govt and if they got out of line they would arrest a sacrifical lamb for the USA or they would kill them in a attempted "arrest". This all changed when Rafa Caro Quientero stepped up and paid them 15 million dollars for the rights of much of Mexico. KEKE camernas murder changed everything and by 1994 the PRI did not appoint these monitors of the plazas and it was a free for all. After President Fox there was more unrested followed by an all out war with President Calderon, in which all the rules changed. Also with the old agreement, the cartels were not allowed to sell to Mexicans in Mexico the drugs they moved up north. These rules are now gone and drug use has rose dramatically in mexico. I have first hand knowledge about the PRI using cartel members as their own personal reps, almost as if they held a cabinent position. My old friends uncle was the rep. for President Luis Echeverria from 1970-76, he handled much of the money delievers to the Presidents assistant. So the question is, is the PRI in the middle of arresting all of the rule breakers and allowing certain old timers repersent them like, El Mayo, And El Azul and appointing new plaza bosses? It seems so, but first they must arrest all of the new generation, who never knew the rules let alone play by them.

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    1. Damn dude you should write a book....

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    2. Azul is dead, his son even admitted it.

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    3. some personal experiences but a lot from a great book, Menace to Society: Political-criminal Colllaboration Around the World, very well done

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    4. exactamente lo que esta pasando tu si saves...

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    5. Salinas de Gortari let the mexican army loose and with no money to go and bite everybody on the ass, zedillo's jundillo continued the policy, the pan too, that fucked it all up worse...

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  12. to add on to my last comment, Luis Donaldo Colosio objected to this system and challenged it, he was killed for those beliefs. Although in 1994 all of the rules went away and it was the dawn of the War in Mexico.

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  13. We should just stab their assess in prison, stop wasting tax payers money.

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  14. El chapo will never set foot on American soil. He will be put by thanksgiving.. and Mr Rafael quintero, c'mon really? He didn't even kill or kidnap camarena, and he was Able to prove that. Just let the man retire in peace.

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    1. The cia killed camarena, and they blamed caro quintero. THE CIA IS DIRTY AS FUCK.THE CIA, AND THE PRO ARE THE SAME DIRTY THUGS.

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    2. I totally agree. El chapo will be out by November. Rafael Caro quintero did his time already. He should be able to retire and enjoy his money in peace.

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  15. Edgar Valdez Villarreal "La Barbie" has requested to be extradited repeatedly. He wants to be near his family and he thinks he will be safer in the US, and he doesn't face charges that are as grave in the US.

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    1. Estey Buey quiere mejor comida....ya se cansó de frijoles y arroz...

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  16. It's so funny to see these so called don's of the cartels who killed so many innocent people, destroy millions of families, rape little girls, butcher there own people like hogs, whine about how the iron fist of the US is coming to get them. Be a man, face the wrath of god becuz you will be extradited and face justice here.The Mexican government wants our money and this government of the USA will give it to them but first they'll HAVE to agree to the extradition without conditions or else. These sicko's destroyed what was once a very beautiful country to visit, Mexico was the land of the free, the people were peaceful, loving and giving, now they all live in fear. So you chicken shit m/f', what are you scared of, you weren't scared what you were raping little children in the present of the family, so come on down and pay for your sins....God I love seeing these rats pee on themselves....

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    1. This cartel members were killing people evolved in the same life, The usa, and terrorist Israel kill more civilians than any other country in the planet.!!!Who finance fsa, al-nusra, isis to destroy syria, and the middle east? The dirty ass usa .

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    2. To be honest youre wrong these cartel Don's as you said are Town heroes to many people they arent the ones raping the children probably their hitmans or Sicarios as they are called, the bosses dont care as long as they get there money to help their own people like chapo guzman did, you've only heard the bad sides about the cartels but do you even know what good theyve done they just show you want they want you to believe

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    3. They kill their rivals.

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    4. 1:08 how about the US iron fist fists you with a fistful of dollars?
      Because you are such a good ol' boy...

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  17. Let them all die and rot in solitary confinement I a U.S. prison

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  18. @5:52 AM You say, "the U.S. need to punish the Mexican government". jajajaja make me laugh to much. You cannot punish Mexico, just try it foo. Somalia was not nothing to compare to the ass kick you will be getting. Raza already up in yo bisness foo. Redneck cowboys aint no match for hard ass Mexicans. We already in yo hood at yo back door while you lookin out the front. Just waiting on you foo.

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    1. We could simply collapse your economy by sealing the borders and mass deportations, all without a shot being fired. We also have control of much of your water supply. I wouldn't worry much about "rednecks", they are no threat to you.
      Mexico needs the U.S. more than you think.

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    2. You ain't getting me on no plane, sucker

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    3. ok bad dude.

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    4. Mexicans stand up for these guys so free them back to mexico and let mexico stew in the shit it created for itself.

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    5. --Anybody notice the US is kissing cuba's ass nowadays?
      --And trying to look more friendlier, since china, rusia and other BRICS members have started making the rounds in LatinAmerica...
      --Wonder why?

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    6. The mexicans will be relocated to a reservation, somewhere far away from the US and it's borders, in camiones polleros, I mean chicken farmers buses, maybe south of guatemala...
      No planes for jose and co.

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  19. The reason they will never extradite the big fish is because they bribed officials at the highest level in Mexico and those politicians don't want the U.S. to know what is really happening!!!

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  20. 11:15 u did ur homework!!!

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  21. What's going with the 3 brothers being executed

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  22. Quinientos mil pesos mijo y salir y no peques más.

    Tribunal judge's lifestyles, homes and bank accounts need to be audited. Maybe it would be a good idea to convert Isla Tiburon into a Ceresa facility with a capacity of 750,000

    But then there would be no gobernacion in Mexico. What to do...What to do?

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  23. Who is that between mochomo, and el Chapo in the top picture?

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  24. Juan francisco sillas rocha el ruedas o el sillas AFO member.

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