Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Mexico wants the extradition of Genaro Garcia Luna, the Architect of Mexico's drug war,indicted in U.S. for International Cocaine Distribution

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat  From Reforma

Mexico signals they want the former drug czar sent back to Mexico

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Mexico wants him back

The Attorney General's Office (FGR) informed that once it has finished integrating its investigation case against Genaro García Luna, he will ask the United States for his extradition to Mexico.

"Once our investigation file has finished being integrated, the Control Judge will be asked for the arrest warrant for extradition against this person," the Prosecutor's Office said in a statement.

He also mentioned that García Luna  included in the file is  his alleged conspiracy in crimes of trafficking of cocaine, false statements to judicial authorities, bribery, co-participation in various crimes against health and organized crime, among others. [essentially the same as U.S.]

The Prosecutor's Office said that the folder will be sent in due time to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to comply with the corresponding extradition

The Government of the United States accused and arrested in Texas Genaro García Luna, former Secretary of Public Security during the six-year term of Felipe Calderón, for allegedly serving the Sinaloa Cartel and receiving millionaire bribes in the period from 2006 to 2012.

The Department of Justice filed on December 4, four charges of drug trafficking and conspiracy against García Luna before the Federal Court for the Eastern District of New York, in Brooklyn.

First court hearing today

Garcia Luna, the former Mexican chief of security under Calderon had his first court hearing  in Dallas today.

He gave up his right to an “identification hearing”, and spoke through a court appointed interpreter.
His hearing is scheduled for December 17.

The US federal sheriffs escorted Garcia Luna to the Court along with six other men, but they sat him separately in a corner, where he spoke briefly with a lawyer.

His hands and feet were handcuffed and he was dressed in blue sneakers, jeans and a zip-up sweater.

During the hearing, which lasted less than 10 minutes, a group of federal agents in civilian clothes lined up in front of the small and only public door in the courtroom.

The former secretary's lawyer declined to comment or confirm her full name after the hearing.

Garcia Luna, who lives in Florida, was charged by the Brooklyn federal prosecutor's office with three charges of illicit association for cocaine trafficking and lying in Citizenship application statements, authorities said in a statement Tuesday.

Brooklyn prosecutors said they will seek to move the former secretary to New York.


[Above: In a Tweet published on his official Twitter account, Felipe de Jesús Calderón the former president stated that, if the facts attributed to his former Secretary of Public Security were confirmed, it would be a “Very serious lack of confidence in him”]

Federal prosecutor Richard P. Donoghue said the former official accepted millions of dollars in bribes from the then leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, Joaquín "El Chapo '' Guzmán," when he controlled the Mexican federal police and was responsible for ensuring public safety in Mexico''.

On December 4, Judge Ramón E. Reyes, of Dallas, ordered the arrest of García Luna, who was arrested yesterday in a suburb of that city.

Read presser from Justice Department and Indictment using this hyperlink

44 comments:

  1. Damn! I thought they would never try to get him back! A lot of time has passed! Better late than never though!

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    1. 3:03 Luna is the one that pay for the effort to get him to Mexico because with his power and the money he will live much better than in prisons of USA.

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    2. 6:01 CDM, YOOU ARE RIGHT, FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIFE.
      but what about his partners in crime like luis cardenas palomino and carlos slim helu?
      genarco betrayed all the capos del narco associated with him like vicente carrillo leyva vicente zambada niebla, el rey zambada, el barbas beltran leyva, and worst of all, got dozens of his own federal police commanders executed to silence them, also is a heavy suspect in the abduction and murder of enrique 'fredo' salinas de gortari,

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  2. Of course! Bring him back,give a big hug from amlo. Collect a payoff, and set free. Just plain insane.

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    1. 3:09 congratulations, you have the record for hugging AMLO's chorizo the longest

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  3. Otro que traiciono a arturo beltran, little by little you are going to fall.

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    1. Este fue quien desintegró la federación de sinaloa.

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    2. 9:52 EPN and garcia luna stole artuto beltran leyva's toluca airport in the estado de mexico, they used to share hangars when EPN was governor and FECAL was president

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  4. I think the U.S will take him to trial, make him serve his time and release him back mexico to be tried. If he is guilty, hopefully he is made an example of and given max time. Let's see what deal he is cut and how many he brings down with him. If he is taken to trial this might be as good as the Chapo trial.

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    1. 4:35 in mexico garcia luna will have the run of the prison and have conyugal visitation rights, on the US he won't have but a shithole monitored by a big giant TV and cameras

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  5. Yes, extradite him back to mexico so he is able to resume his criminal activities and feed the corrupt government money train

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    1. Just like the U.S. does.

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    2. 315 the us puts criminals in a hole Mexican prison life is a joke if you have money

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  6. We'll extradite him to back to Mexistan just as soon as he finishes serving his life sentence.

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  7. Tha man who knows to much. He's safer in a federal prison.

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  8. wow amlo is seriously on payroll. hell no keep him in USA. dirty laundry eh.

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  9. Jaja!!! Nope fuckers you’re not getting him back. Your bank accounts are soon to be FROZEN!!

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  10. Wow! Talk about a warning shot to AMLO. He better start taking sides or his drug alliances will be revealed too!!

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    1. His alliance is clearly visible. Towards cartels and those corrupt officials in Mexico.
      Too much information of who and whom is what worries those people in Mexico.

      Smells like the cats are out of the box.

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    2. Hes better off working with cjng otherwise cds are gonna snitch on him

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    3. Mijo 634 he has nothing on ALMO, because he was not there in office,when AlMO became president.

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  11. Jaja! Genaro García Luna is architect of much things but no he is not architect of Mexico drug war. This title maybe sales las noticias in USA but he is only un estafador who fooled many peoples for many years. Genaro Garcia like many Mexicans with education is USA is only a ladrón in fancy suits.

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  12. Oh now they want to put him in jail, im mexican but dam, i hate how they run the show, hate them politics

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  13. More proof that AMLO is in bed with Mexico's cartels. He feels responsible for corrupt politicians. Total insanity!

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  14. We will see what kind of power Old Mexican politicians have (Carlos Salinas de Gortari). He will be kill i federal prison before start talking like Epstein.

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  15. He is the Jeffery Epstein of Mexico. He ran the federal police like well oiled corruption machine. Unfortunately he knows to much and can rat out a lot of whales in high places on both sides of the border. I hope he can survive federal custody without having suicidal thoughts like Epstein.

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  16. U got an AMLO troll just spewing nonsense,I'm no AMLO fan but that's annoying, & it takes the seriousness out these blog.

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    1. I am with u forget about Amlo I thought he really cared about Mexican people, he only cares about how much $$$$$ Cartel put in his pockets.

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    2. VIVA AMLO!
      FACK THE OPPOSITION IN THE ASS.
      whatever happens, AMLO is the real presidente the mexicans really elected themselves.

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  17. He's got connections with 🇲🇽 government, if hes6 extradited nothing will happen to Luna

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    1. Your right, just like that lady, that rep. the schools, she ripped off with thousands, got house arrest, and got her job back, and did not have to pay the money she took, Obrador accepted her with open arms.

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  18. Don't extradite him to Mexico otherwise he will go free.

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  19. Leave him in Mexico we got enough bad people in the U.S.

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  20. This is a very interesting arrest...could chapo testify against him...leaner sentence for el chapo maybe

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  21. Luna has got to be an absolute idiot. He goes and hides in one of the only countrys on planet earth that will lock you up for drugs for longer than you can fathom. Did he think the Americans wouldnt notice his millionaire lifestyle on a barbers salary.

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  22. If the US wants future extraditions from Mexico they may have to play ball on this and send him back

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  23. Mexico wants this guy lol, why so the judge can let him out after a month, not a fat chance...let the US Court system handle it, with the charges on his file, he will more likely get 20+ years, then he will get deported and Mexico can trail him too.

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  24. Amlo is the most corrupt president ever!

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  25. I think trump and amlo are getting along good

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  26. ni madres! que dejen a este genocida corruptazo alla en florence adx pa que sufra el maldito! se vendio al cds y puso a su disposicion a la PF ijala que nunca vea la luz del dia

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  27. He should have gone to a non extradion country like Russia and enjoyed his millions with a blonde Russian babe. What an absolute idiot..... The US of all countries.

    El Ranchero de Juarez

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  28. Of course certain Mexican politicians want him back in Mexico,they want to make sure he dont spill too much of the frijoles.Seems like someone in the U.S is going after the REAL Bosses.

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  29. Bring him back to Mexico and then set him free, ja ja

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