Monday, October 14, 2019

El Cuini's extradition to the U.S. halted

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat T Gus from Reforma


A federal judge granted Abigael González Valencia "El Cuini", one of the leaders of the Jalisco Cartel New Generation (CJNG), the protection [amparo] against the extradition order to the United States, where he will be tried for drug trafficking crimes.

The Michoacán kingpin awarded  protection of justice against the decision to surrender him it to the US issued on March 25 by the Foreign Ministry.

At the moment, the details of the ruling are publicly unknown, its effects and scope, since on the page of the Federal Judiciary Council it only registers the meaning of the resolution, but not a public version of it.

The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic has already challenged Judge Cervantes' sentence and it will be a collegiate circuit court that will
determine whether or not the leader of the Los Cuinis clan is delivered to the American Union or not.

"El Cuni" is  to be tried in the Federal Court of the District of Columbia, based in Washington, for drug trafficking, money laundering and the equivalent of the crime of organized crime.

The extradition order against which he now litigates, is the second issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, because the first was canceled last December by the Sixth Criminal Collegiate Court, which instructed the replacement of the procedure.

The argument was that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs did not value in that first extradition order if "El Cuini" was to be handed over before or after being prosecuted and sentenced in Mexico for a trial to carry firearms and another for murder in Chiapas.

González Valencia was arrested on February 28, 2015 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, after traveling from Spain to attend a party.

34 comments:

  1. The thing i hate about the Valencias is they had Mencho do all their dirty work. The cowards sat back sniffing all the profits up their noses while Mencho was out enforcing for them.

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    1. Thats pretty much what the goverment do with their troops
      So.. u can hate it for being a wise ass with money

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    2. U hate? U cant sleep? U cant do your everyday things cause of what u just said? Go to sleep dude

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  2. Looks like he came up, with a suitcase full of money at the last minute. A judge is going home happy tonight.

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  3. Dear Mexico,

    Your extradition process is too long. Shorten it.

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    1. What do you care?Does it personally affect you?

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    2. Dear 457 welcome to Mexico, where any crime you dreamed about happens everyday. The highest homicides in the world, new president, can't stop it, 14 policemen killed all at once.

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    3. 5:53 Criminal organizations hurt all of us, honey.

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  4. He will be granted amparo for bail to be released making a mockery of mexican justice system

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  5. Step 1 in securing Cuini's freedom.

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  6. Valencias . . . need you say more. The most profitable cartel, "los Cuinis", the multiplying squirrels. Where does it stop? Rosalinda, Chapitos, etc. Maybe it's money or death. Money is a better choice for sure, but where does it stop? AMLO words into thin air. Hugs, not drugs. AMLO, really? Not romantic anymore, but a ruthless killing machine.

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  7. THEY WONT AMLO (MEXICO PRESIDENT) PROTECT CRIMINALS!

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    1. Caro quintero asked for amnesty and it was denied. So he has green light....I dont know why Cuinis and Trevinos are to protected...

      Xolotl

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  8. He won the battle but eventually he will go north but unlike chapo he won't go to ADX maximum security.. Chapo had to many songs writen about him that everyone in the world knew who he was. Nobody knows who cuini is but I bet he has more $$$ than chapo ever did IMO

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    1. You crazy af if you think that!

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    2. Extradition to the US will be a long and tedious process.

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    3. Don’t mean to sound like a Chapo nuthugger but I highly doubt he was even close to chapos fortune lol

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    4. 7:50 your opinion is correct. However you will get people saying no way because Chapo was flamboyant and wasn't into keeping quiet... Now Mayo is a different story. Mayo and Cuini are head to head...

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    5. I tell you one thing he does have a lot of money but with all that money los Valencia’s have didn’t mean nothing when they got ran out of Michoacán by el tísico (Carlos rosales) and los Zetas and el que dices he got a lot of songs about him El Chapo (CDS) helped the Valencia’s y mencho porque back then shit was real grown man fighting not like now that’s left are los juniors and puros morros and mencho wants to act like a gallo now but back then era (gallo gallina) ran out with los Valencia’s to hide in jalisco

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    6. 7:21 you must of never heard of cuinis ima put it like this chapos have american money while cuinis have European money

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    7. 9:53 Y en donde este el tisico y los zetas ahora? Y en donde el CJNG? Pongase vergas

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    8. I would bet Chapo never had or seen money like Cuinis have

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    9. Who cares!? Arturo Beltran had more then both. And was with the shits, that pulling government officials planes down was a no go. He had money and people everywhere he was a danger to everyone, that’s why it took 200 agents to take him down. No como Estos culones y el chapo

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  9. They will get him eventually.

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    1. Only after thousands more are killed. This government created this epidemic upon its people. Sitting pretty while many suffer.

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  10. You're wasting your time with this strategy of targeting the top guys. Soon as you get one, another takes his place. Target the cartels in the streets, recognize you are in a war and shoot as many of their troops as possible. Put the rest in stockades out in the deserts far away from everyone else.

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  11. Here we go again! Corruption, corruption, and more corruption. There will never be an end this. No way to clean up the Mexico judicial system without foreign intervention, or perhaps a Savior like AMLO. OOPS, wait a minute, he hasn't done a damn thing to stop the corruption.

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    1. All you need to do is replace the judges.

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  12. This is why assassination is attractive to many americans.

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    1. This is the dumbest thing I've seen here posted. Which Americans have tendencies of killing? Only those who require heavy medical treatment.

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  13. Cuinis richest cartel

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  14. Si puedo enquier. La única forma de reducir esto es seguir a este juez. Descubre dónde vive y cuántas otras grandes haciendas posee. Las imágenes de las casas y de los automóviles Mercedes, Audi, Cadillac se pueden publicar en línea con el salario con el que se supone que vive el juez. Alguna persona o grupo benevolente puede ofrecer una recompensa sustancial por tener éxito en el enjuiciamiento del juez. Que paguen los gringos.

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