Sunday, December 9, 2018

Yucatan judge orders Chelelo released...PGR says, "not so fast"

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat material from El Universal and yucatan

After a hearing at the Oral Justice Center of Merida, Judge Luis Mugarte Guerrero declared "illegal" the arrest of Eleazar Medina Rojas "El Chelelo" for what he was arrested for, and ordered  released immediately but was immediately arrested by the federal  Attorney General's Office (PGR ).

The PGR agents decided to attend the high security hearing, and  were waiting for him, at which time they presented an arrest warrant.

A hearing was held in the CJOM to to determine the legality of the arrest  of "El Chelelo" and and if so to charge him with   for falsification of documents.


However, Judge Mugarte considered that the arrest of the CDG capo was not legal, so he indicated that there were no legal issues to deprive him of his freedom.

Despite this, PGR personnel went to the hearing, presenting an arrest warrant  and immediately "El Chelelo" was transferred to Mexico City.

It was said that Medina Rojas has several arrest warrants for crimes related to organized crime in the north of the country. [Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas]

Additionally, "El Chelelo" is wanted by the US authorities, who want  his extradition.

34 comments:

  1. AMLO keeping his word?

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    1. Of course a new cartel will arrise

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    2. Nope he had nothing to do with with this, it's PGR warrants and USA wants the dirt bag homicide killer.

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  2. Not so easy bucko. The US is here for that not to happen.
    Read this earlier. Good to see justice prevail from what clearly was looking as bribed official misconduct.

    Dude has palanca knowing the circumstances. Give him that.

    But not today

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    1. When the gabas want you, you're done.

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  3. Has he purposely shaved his head to look like hes got an egg in the nest ? Not a bad idea,but speeding or driving goofy will get you pulled when you least expect it

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  4. The judge wants release, but the pgr says hold on they have other warrants, judges create a circus, they got caught with high powered weapons. Bribe a judge get out to commit more crime.

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    1. Judges need to wear ski masks like they did in Colombia in the 90s. Its the threats that are swaying their opinions.

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    2. El Chelelo just needs to pay some more bribe money. Will be released by mon morning. Lets all remain calm..

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    3. They still need a signature to who was presiding over their decision.
      That's where they remain at risk.
      I'm quite sure that you would want to know who presided over your litigation?

      A riskier profession than those journalists IMO.

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    1. I thought the same thing.

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    2. Mexico law is funny, notice no name was given of the judge, they get away with it , the curruption continues, this happened as the new president is in office, and will continue.

      Luna Apaghta

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  6. unfucking real the blatant corruption. This dirtball is a brutal mass murderer on top of everything and the scumbag judge ordered his release? impunity and immunity thank God the feds were there. Especially as he was wanted in the US i wonder the kind of cash that was paid to the judge to hurry up and attempt to release him. glad he is back in custody.

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    1. Had it not been for PGR and US Intel, this MF, would still be killing people.

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  7. All them weapons and not one shot fired wtf?

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  8. Thanks, Attorney General's Office.

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  9. Just another case where "curious" things happen in Mexican courts.

    Like many Mexicans cynically say, "the judicial systems in Mexico are totally corrupted in favor of the rich and powerful."

    Serious questions: Please, explain how judicial corruption works in Mexico? Is it "plata o plomo" or que? How do lawyers, judges, and law clerks, law enforcement, and forensic scientists conduct their affairs in Mexico?
    Mexico-Watcher

    BTW, I am aware that the USA has justice issues too (like our own "esteemed" FBI now seems tainted with corruption in the Trump and Hillary affairs. So I can't be too hard on Mexico.

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    1. Same thing as USA, essentially every level can be corrupted. The difference is in Mexico if you have money even dirtbags like Chelelo will work the system. Where as the us you need to be a high level player like Russia.

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    2. It's not only the FBI my fellow US citizen. If you really look for it you will find corruption many places in many countries. Here's a link to a corrupt DEA agent. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/12/florida-dea-agent-charged-w.html?m=1

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    3. Among other things.
      Not so perfect of a government anywhere you go. Politics and business interests are and will always have precedent.

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  10. The judge should be immediately arrested and put into prison.

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    1. Judge already in las vegas spending his money, btw in mexico is plata o plomo. Next time anybody open their mouth think about that first. It will be way easier to execute these lames once caught, so they don't pass the hot potatoe to a judge.

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  11. Now the judge will have to return the bribe money or get whacked

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  12. Rat Bastards , all of them.

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  13. Good to see that some are actually doing their job, too bad the PGR didn't took both in.

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  14. The Yucatan was a free state... hate to see it start to be corrupted... 600m due south of NOLA by sea... damm I miss it....
    GC

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  15. El Chelelo should be released immediately. He has paid off the right officials and was picked up by an honest crew who will subsequently be executed when he hits the streets. This is mexican law, dirty as it gets...

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  16. They couldn't pull this move on the jefe de moros ese si se les pelo alv

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  17. The article reads, "It was said that Medina Rojas has several arrest warrants for crimes related to organized crime in the north of the country. [Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas]"
    This tells me that the Mexican government is not as organized and many think and definitely not as organized as the cartels are. Government needs to have a national data base like the USA does to better track criminals on a national level not just state level. No wonder criminals get released left and right. I guess criminals being released are not only because of corruption, it's also stupidity as well. What's up with that?

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  18. Can you post the Amparo from that judge?

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    1. Mexico doesnt have pdf format yet

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  19. Acts like the judge made should serve as a red flag for the PGR to enter and audit how many houses and carros the judge owns plus how much in offshore assets, and the composition of the household servants and maids Brigade. Ethical judges would not own two hundred thousand dollars in motor vehicles. This is exactly what AMLO needs to confront, head-on.

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