Subject Matter: Tomas Yarrington's extradition from Italy
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Information has arisen that after taking careful analysis of evidence for crimes into account against Yarrington, that Italy will proceed with an extradition request from the United States and not Mexico.
The Attorney Generals met this Wednesday in Washington, and after which they gave out a pronouncement together that they highlight that the detention of Yarrington in Florence this past 9th of April was the result of cooperation between authorities from Mexico, Italy and the United States.
In the pronouncement, the Attorney Generals states that Yarrington faces serious charges both in the United States and in Mexico, which are the product of criminal acts allegedly committed by the ex Governor in both countries during his mandate as Governor between 1994 and 2004.
"The United States and Mexico have agreed that at the conclusion of his judgment in the USA, Yarrington, subject to the possibility of extradition, will be tried in both countries, he will be ceded to Mexico on a temporary basis, so they he may stand before the Court for the offences he has committed there".
"The United States and Mexico have compromised equally to an interchange of information, and to collaborate with their respective authorities against Yarrington, and to utilize all of the legal instruments available to this end".
This indicates that both countries extended an agreement with the Government of Italy, and to its Minister of Justice, for the detention of Yarrington.
In the same manner, they expressed their gratitude to Interpol, the PGR, and the ICE, also the Department of National Security, and the Office of International Affairs of the Justice Department, for their work in localizing and detaining the fugitive.
Original article in Spanish at Noreste