Thursday, February 7, 2019

Wanted for money Laundering by U.S. Former Coahuila interim governor captured in Puerto Vallarta

Sol Prendido For Borderland Beat



Former Coahuila interim governor captured in Puerto Vallarta.

It is presumed that he could be extradited to the United States, when he is claimed by the justice of that country

Jorge Juan Torres López, who was interim governor of Coahuila, was arrested in the municipality of Puerto Vallarta, by a delegation of agents of the Federal Ministerial Police (PFM) assigned to the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic and the International Police (Interpol) , which arrived in Jalisco in order to carry out the capture of the official named for alleged money laundering by the United States government.


The agents carried out the arrest on Tuesday afternoon, in said tourist destination, in compliance with an arrest warrant, issued by a Federal Judge. After the capture, the former leader was taken to the facilities of the FGR in the capital of the country.

It has not yet been revealed where Jorge Juan Torres was in Puerto Vallarta at the time the injunction was executed, which could be disseminated in the next few hours.

It is presumed that he could be extradited to the United States, upon being claimed by the justice of that country, for the aforementioned crime, for which the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) issued a search form.

Torres López was appointed interim governor of Coahuila, by the State Congress for the period from January 4, 2011 to December 1 of that same year, after Humberto Moreira Valdés or license to assume the national leadership of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).

20 comments:

  1. Notice the last known address, maybe this guy lived in The Woodlands tx (Montgomery county), an upper class suburb north of Houston. A lot of Mexican politicians and businessmen are known to live in that area. Just something to look into.

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    1. The Woodlands is fu of cartel related people. Its no secret...

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  2. WHAT WAS HE DOING IN PUERTA VALLARTA?

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    1. hanging out at the beach

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    2. Relaxing on the beach with all presidential cabinet members

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    3. Wasting the money he steal from the ppl.

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  3. Keep up the good work sol

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  4. You crazy Sol.... But I do love the transition from commenter to putting in the articles... Well done sir!!

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    1. That’s exactly what it says on my medical bracelet. CRAZY. - Sol Prendido

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  5. Living the good life with all his I'll gotten gains. To bad the U.S. taxpayers will have to pay for his prosecution and incarceration. CIA should have had him sanctioned.

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    1. Part of his seized assets will pay for the courts,he committed big time crime is US, time to pay time in jail . Now ask yourself, do I want criminals to run rampant? Well do you? That's what thought...._no".

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    2. Read the last sentence. It would be a lot cheaper that way. But then the lawyers, judges prison system would not get their cut.

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  6. Thanks sol for helping out. I would say that your translations are spot on, but you could be making up half of it and I wouldn't know. If you don't speak the language, you have to trust the interpreter. Your solid in my book. Chivis and bb community trust you. I trust you. Your comments are respectful, even when you're attacked. Keep reporting! And in the spirit of 50 percent of commenters, I will call myself a sol cheerleader and nuthugger! Lol
    Mn

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  7. It is funny how the united states of corruption never put their own bank bosses in prison. They are the ones laundering billions for cartels, PUTIN, terrorists and other scum.

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    1. Link? You think you can just come here and make up stuff??? Prove it!

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  8. The Moriera brothers really need to be next!! The biggest rat thieves in the history of the state of Coahuila!!

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  9. I agree. And Duarte also Veracruz. T.M.

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