Tuesday, June 27, 2017

"I quit!" says former governor Javier Duarte at his extradition hearing

by Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat with material from Reforma and Mileno

The ex-governor of Veracruz, Javier Duarte, appeared at his second hearing before the Third Court of Guatemala.

In the appearance that took place in the Tower of Courts, Javier Duarte accepted the extradition to Mexico, to face charges of the crimes that are imputed to him, as they are, abuse of power, diversion of resources, money laundering, organized crime  among others.

"I have determined to try to face justice in my country. I accept the extradition that the failed government is imposing on  me," he said during the second hearing held in Guatemala.


Appearing before the court looking somewhat different, due to his beard and mustache, he was asked, Do you reject any action in this nation?" Asked Judge Saul Martinez.

Seemingly calm and unaffected by the proceedings, he answered, "Yes, I quit!”  He was friendly and smiling with reporters

Criminal charges will continue to mount against Duarte, including homicide.  His state of Veracruz has a record of most mass graves discovered within its borders.

No extradition date has been announced




27 comments:

  1. And Mexicans voted for this sheet-head!
    RussoNazi!

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    1. Just like yu gueros voted for trump we all make mistakes in our lives

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    2. Make Mexico Great again . With MANUEL

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    3. As soon as we get Lopez obrador in office kick all foreign companies out of Mexico

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    4. Did this guy really say Americans messed up voting for Trump? I guess he wanted Hillary to win cause her corruption reminded him of Mexico. Made him feel at home. Lol
      Mexican isn't a race by the way. Lol Gueros

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    5. 9:02 big rabid rats and very smart and motivated dogs have not been able to make a case for "hillary's corruption"...
      Why don't.you try?
      Others are being investigated for their treason corruption greed and russian ties...
      No soy de aqui ni soy de allá

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    6. The moment you put Manuel in office is the day Mexico turns into a country ran by likes of Hugo Chavez, Castro

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  2. Qué pedo con el lápiz labial a su derecha. - Sol Prendido

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    1. 2:50 Es pa pintarme la chocha, thank you-The Real Sol Prendido

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  3. A quitter.....a ttrue failed governor

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    1. He just done hiding his loot, now he is ready to go home and get EPN's own "home made soup like mom's" and political and judicial protection for his heroics and crimes.

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  4. The nerve of him!He accepts the extradition from his so he says failed government in Mexico.Wouldn't he be 1 of the causes of the failed government?

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  5. my take on it is, they need to keep this fucker alive to get at more of the people involved . I seriously doubt he replaced the water in the children's chemo personally . Hopefully that can be addressed at everyone's trial that was involved as with all the crimes that were committed above , through and under him. A when there are hundreds involved it does little good to just get one now and then

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    1. Ora donde estan los fans of enhanced interrogation techniques?
      No se hagan pendejos cabrones, queremos la chicharra, los tablazos la Bolsa de hule, tehuacanazos con chile piquin y nos riatazos por el fundillo hasta que regrese lo que se robo y confiesa sus asesinatos, sus complices, entregue a su pinchi parenteral y a su pinchi vieja...

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  6. This guy deserves what he has coming!!!

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    1. 5:24 EPN se la va a dar "de ministro" al güey.

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    2. Todas a una, agarradas de la pinga
      y haciendo como Daisy Chains en los Pinos.

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  7. He's already hid everything he stole, and in prison epn can go and have marital visitations with him and conference about how to proceed with the masquerade "to keep saving 'his' beloved state of veracruuz"
    Puro pinchi pedo y pan y circo.

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  8. Hey dont post that I used a friends phone and his name showed up. Ok TM

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  9. I hope for a very long term in prison or send him to the gringos. But justice in Mexico will make walk him free. Dann judges.

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    1. Don't send him here. It's not a US problem

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  10. With all the connections, information and money he got one thing is for sure: he will land softly and THAT is the core of a corrupt state!

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  11. As soon as he's locked in Mexico the cartels will butcher him to little pieces. He signed his own death warrant.

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    1. 4:50 WORD!
      He sold Los zetas down the river in Vergacruz to cjng "Ora la Bebé o la derrama" dijo un gran hombre, El FerraS QEPD.

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  12. This will be interesting to see what outcome will be implemented.

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  13. "Honey, I'm home....." :) http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/articulo/nacion/seguridad/2017/07/17/la-extradicion-de-javier-duarte-minuto-minuto

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