Friday, July 31, 2015

Mexico issues warrant for U.S. extradition of 'El Chapo' Guzman

Lucio R. for Borderland Beat -Republished from AP
AP:

A judge in Mexico issued a provisional warrant to detain escaped drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman based on an extradition request from the United States.

A federal official who was not authorized to be quoted by name said Thursday that court hearings would be required before the extradition could ever be carried out.

Guzman also faces a host of Mexican charges following his July 11 escape through a tunnel from Mexico's highest-security prison.

The U.S. filed an extradition request for Guzman on June 25, about 2½ weeks before he escaped.

Former Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam said earlier that Mexico wouldn't extradite Guzman until after he had served time for his crimes in Mexico, saying the U.S. might get El Chapo in "about 300 or 400 years.


Note from Lucio:

In the article below it eludes to the expectation that El Chapo would now face “a host of other charges following his July 11th escape.”  In Mexico, it is rare that an inmate is charged with escaping.  

There would have to have been deaths or injuries involved in the escape.  Mexico does not prosecute for the escape itself, holding to the philosophy, that it is a natural compulsion for humans to escape confinement, thereby escaping or attempting escape is reacting in a  natural human instinct and should not be punished.


Let’s refresh our memory and go back to what Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam [aka #YaMeCanse] said in January 2015;
"I could accept extradition, but at the time that I choose. 'El Chapo' must stay here to complete his sentence, and then I will extradite him," Murillo Karam told The Associated Press in an interview. 
"So about 300 or 400 years  — it will be a while." 
The United States also filed a warrant with Interpol, similar to that of Chino Antrax, if Chapo should be captured in a country outside Mexico, he will, after a hearing, be sent to the United States.

27 comments:

  1. Too Late Now....

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  2. This guy will never see the USA dont hold your breath obama you had him an they let him go from right under your nose dumb shit no legalize weed on all 50 state so that we can forget this ever happend

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    1. You are 100% correct. Chapo will see the inside of a coffin instead. Do you know why? Because Obama said so.

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  3. Wuuuh, "extradition", the US will save more face if just stays quiet and silent...
    --Somebody is making new t-shirts and piñatas off all that new brick shit, for Christmas...and peña nieto Calaveras for Halloween/dia de los muertos, wuuuh!

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  4. El Senor Chapo will never be capture again ..

    Atte: Gente Nueva Special Forces Detachment Alpha Group

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    1. Lol no mames. I bet youre some 15 year old in LA with shit to do since its summer vacation

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    2. Alpha hahaha

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    3. Get the fuck outta here with that Alpha shit. Alpha's are top dogs and Gente Nueva putos are not Alphas. More like El Tropa F for fuck boys.

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    4. 5:23 what is funny if our special forces do not know the Greek Alphabet well enuff, they only know alphas y deltas, their israeli trainers were too busy for any more Talmud for the mexican jihadistas

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  5. Reforma newspaper reported that Joaquin El Chapo Guzman requested and was granted an injunction to avoid being extradited to another country, assuming he is arrested. Please confirm BB

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  6. I seriously doubt that Chapo Guzman will allow himself to be arrested, especially knowing that he now faces extradition to the U.S. and the supermax federal prison in Florence, Colorado. If Mexico ever gets close enough to arresting him, he will either die in a shootout with the military or he will take his life. Either way, he is sure to rise to the level of a martyr in the eyes of many poor Mexican citizens.

    There is also a rumor or belief that many Mexican politicians do not want to see Chapo Guzman extradited to the U.S. They are concerned with what he might divulge to federal prosecutors concerning favors they did for he Sinaloa Cartel, information passed to Chapo Guzman and possibly for arranging his escapes from Mexico's maximum security prisons. This is all conjecture at this time but there is some compelling evidence, which shows that is exactly what happened when he escaped the first time.

    Whatever the outcome, it will be interesting to see what transpires in the coming months now that he is free again and presumably back in charge of the Sinaloa Cartel.

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    1. The U.S. probably doesn't want him extradited either, or at least elements within the DEA, etc. who likely had dealings with him just like the Mexican government did.

      But it wouldn't surprise me if Chapo didn't go out shooting. He probably thinks he could outwit his captors once again. Either view bribes and money, or escaping. It wouldn't surprise me if he took his chances with being captured vs. taking a bullet to his head.

      But the most likely outcome is an extrajudicial execution by whoever is sent in to capture him. They'll likely shoot him regardless. It probably won't matter if he wants to be taken alive when the time comes.

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    2. Great point but he is only a pawn in the grand scheme of the drug business. The organization in charge of the Sinaloa Cartel are the same politicians we in the US and our families in Mexico vote for. But true, he will never get arrested until the politicians he's working with turn on him too.

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    3. They will make a tunnel from mexico to the supermax in Colorado, it will take a little longer but he will be out.

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    4. he won't die in a shootout, if they find him he will come back in cuffs crying like all the rest of the tough guys

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    5. He allows capture because his escape is guatanteed! $$$$$

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  7. A day late and a dollar short, gringo.

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  8. The guy is a Hero, Leave him the hell alone. The real criminals are in both the US & Mexican governments.

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    1. Yes leave him alone

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  9. 🐵🙈🙉🙊 (CNNMéxico) - The legal defense of fugitive drug trafficker Joaquin El Chapo Guzman lodged an appeal to challenge any arrest warrant for extradition, according to public records of the Federal Judiciary Council. Chapo lawyers filed the appeal on Wednesday in the Fifth District Court of Amparo in Criminal Matters in the Federal District, one day before an arrest warrant be released to the United States to extradite drug trafficker. In the legal process to defend entered Guzman Loera, the Fifth District Judge Patricia Cerda Marcela Diaz, he granted a stay to avoid extradition. 🐵🙈🙉🙊 Al 💯 #701

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    1. Judge Patricia is a lady, and in spite of her name she is not a pig, and of course, they are not going to twist or bend the mexican law to suit the US Constipation just because they want one guy...that was their guy in the first place...
      --El chapo is no Noriega "Cara de piña"...he has botox and manicure on his fine hands.

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  10. Enjoy your vacation while you can El Chapo because when the US gets ahold of those nalgas you will wish you were back in Altiplano prison. You will not be captured. You will share the same fate as Pablo Escobar.

    Attn: 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (aka those who killed Pablo)

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  11. He's seeking an amparo against this. The "fugitive." Incredible!!

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    1. He is sitting deep deep deep in the Sierra Madre planning how to keep suspicion away from his casa by using runners and evading spying by gringo drone planes. If he is found it will be because of betrayal for money or power. The gringos found Osama Bin Laden. They will find el chaparo burrito houdini.

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  12. chapulin paid alot of money to U.S and Mexican Government. so that theory about trying to catch him is bull shit. Goverment got the money they wanted and chapo eanted his freedom. Now everybody is happy exept of course the Mexican victims of this so called war on drugs, wich is also bullshit! real spit

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  13. ... Con Permiso, Gracias Lucio ... Be Safe Traveling ...

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  14. I hear independents are going to drone him from above . I am sure he is aware of that possibility . Probably living under the ground . Remember how they used to use laser guided on cars driving up to cocaine castles in Columbia ? They would think it was a car bomb from their rivals .

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