Monday, December 24, 2018

Ex-Civil Defense Director of Cancún Sentenced to Prison

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Excelsior
             The former Civil Defense Director of Cancún formally sentenced to formal prison

Due to alleged fraud and abuse of authority, a judge issued a formal prison sentence against the former director of Civil Protection, Antonio Lomelín; the current Mayor Heyden José Cebada is designated as an alleged accomplice, but so far has protected himself from going to jail.

The alleged crimes of Lomelín Diaque would have been committed when he was president of the Board of Conciliation and Arbitration of the municipality of Benito Juárez .

A control judge issued a formal prison sentence against Luis Antonio Lomelín Diaque, former Director of Civil Protection of Benito Juárez, for alleged procedural fraud and abuse of authority.

The alleged crime was committed when he served as president of the Board of Conciliation and Arbitration, whom they accuse of his alleged accomplice is Heyden José Cebada Rivas, current mayor of Cancún, who protected himself from going to jail.

Quadratin reports indicate that the First Criminal Judge of the First Instance of the judicial district of Cancún, José Ángel Gutiérrez, issued an order to Lomelín, for which, pursuant to Article 49 of the Code of Criminal Procedures of Quintana Roo, the process is declared open Penalty so that in 15 days present tests that will be analyzed in the following 30 days.

The judge instructed the director of the Center for Social Reintegration of Cancún to send instructions to the director of execution of sentences and security measures in Chetumal, to find out if the accused takes any ill gotten gains with him to prison.

Lawyers and businessmen of Cancun denounced the alleged crime on June 25 and accused the two of having auctioned off and adjudicated land parcels, houses and properties within the commercial area with conspiracy.

5 comments:

  1. Pretty boy will have a tough time in prison.

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  2. Who can you trust ? LOL

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  3. Hopefully, this trend is the beginnings of a precedent that has been long overdue for all politicians who abuse their authority for monetary gain. Added with all those who were in association.
    AMLO is facing many challenges from many high government officials who do not agree to change. Rather, the enriching practices which Mexico is known for.

    Time will tell the direction of the country.

    E42

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    1. I doubt it. His partner - actual mayor of Cancun - got an Amparo.

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  4. He is convicted criminal and they still censor his eyes, Mexico still has primitive laws.

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