Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Green Light Given For Mireles’ Prison Transfer






Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

The Michoacán government gave the green light for the transfer of José Manuel Mireles from the federal prison in Hermosillo, Sonora to the David Franco Rodríguez Prison (Mil Cumbres) in Morelia.

Michoacán Governor Silvano Aureoles confirmed in an interview that the judge handling the case already requested information from the state authorities about space availability, so that the transfer of the former autodefensa leader can be realized.  However, Aureoles said that the case and Mireles’ transfer to Michoacán is in the hands of the Fifth District Court based in the city of Uruapan.

The governor revealed that “they requested authorization from us or the approval for the transfer to the prison, we responded that we have no objection, and it’s going to be up to the judge to decide.”

Nicolás Mendoza Jiménez, Mireles’ lawyer, was the one who promoted the transfer on the grounds of the deteriorating health of the former leader of the autodefensas in Michoacán.

Mireles was detained in the municipality of Lázaro Cárdenas on June 27 2014, charged with the crime of carrying arms for the exclusive use of the armed forces.

Source: Proceso

18 comments:

  1. Fuck what chapo is going through this great man real man what about what he's going through!!!!!!

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    1. Im reporting your comments To Shorty

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    2. So true in the name of Mexico release the man

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  2. This man is a Mexican National hero

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  3. First they tried to kill him, when the plane crashed? and then he got betrayed and got arrested, and now what??? I don't know what the big deal is.

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  4. This is very good. He will be surround by those who love him and they will be able to visit him often, and help him.

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    1. We will see about all that.

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    2. don't forget all the CT that are locked up in there

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    3. Good for el dotor, but el pinchi "Conejo Mañoso" is just trying to court some good will...

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    4. and bring him his insulin!

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    5. Yeah pero tambien los fakes se van a filtrar y tratar de chingarlo we both know that

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  5. Is there further hope he could request 'home arrest'? Since they are set on not releasing him completely. Will the ever set a date for a trial or that dog & pony show where no one was forced to appear ( to allow a cross examination) but their testimony was accepted via Skype or just a phone call to the judge. How long is the sentence for the b.s. gun charge? He should be released on time served even if they don't drop the charges...right? Maybe?

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  6. The Daily ReaderMarch 3, 2016 at 7:15 AM

    MEXICO SEALS RECORDS IN LOPSIDED SHOOTOUT THAT KILLED 42 -

    "MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexico's transparency watchdog denied an appeal to release autopsy reports on 42 suspects killed by federal police in a gunbattle last year, backing the government's position with a decision that drew criticism from human rights groups Wednesday.

    One police officer died in what authorities described as a clash with drug cartel suspects in the western state of Michoacan on May 22, but the lopsided 42-1 death toll drew suspicion.

    The National Institute for Information Access last month ruled against a freedom-of-information request filed by The Associated Press in October. The quasi-independent agency ruled the information should be kept as a state secret for five years"

    Five years - state secret??

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/L/LT_MEXICO_VIOLENCE?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2016-03-02-17-13-29

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  7. The Daily ReaderMarch 3, 2016 at 8:07 AM

    Colocan narcomantas en diversos puntos de Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán:

    http://www.noventagrados.com.mx/seguridad/colocan-narcomantas-en-diversos-puntos-de-lazaro-cardenas-michoacan.htm

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  8. They need to stop playing and realease him.

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  9. Desde Tierra Caliene
    Un pregunta a secretataria Chong
    ¿Why is it terroristas that rob and kill inocentes have less time in reclusorio como Dr. Mireles? Sicarios that have balaceras with los ejercitos o armada marinas stay less time. This shows sin embargo a criminal is not a criminal. I have send cartas to UN asking this. I am just one person.

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  10. He's never getting out , your boy chapo will be out before he does .

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  11. 7:15 Looky TDR, it is news like this that I, an anonymous nobody live to hear, or read about, mexico has discovered that on top of official impunity and forced innocence in the name of national security, now they have the "duty" of classifying shit...
    --To save, not the state, but their nalgas and their chances in 2018 of getting EL PRI RE-ELECTED for 6 more years...
    --and all the human rights organizations in the world and LatinAmerica apa?
    "Haciendose güeyes como siempre, mijo..." o no hay viaticos...

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