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Thursday, August 25, 2022

Judge Declines Jurisdiction on Amparo Against Rafael Caro Quintero’s Re-Arrest & Extradition

"Socalj" for Borderland Beat


A federal judge in the State of Mexico declined jurisdiction to continue hearing an Amparo proceeding filed by drug trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero against the re-arrest order to complete the pending years of a sentence.

The judge in matters of Amparo and Federal Trials residing in Toluca determined to send the record of the trial of guarantees to the officials of the Unitary Courts of the Third Circuit in Jalisco so that one of them assumes the jurisdiction.

The Amparo lawsuit was filed against acts of extradition and the re-arrest order issued in criminal case 83/2010 for the sentence of 40 years in prison against Caro Quintero for the kidnapping and murder of DEA agent, Enrique Camarena and the pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar.

The former leader of the Guadalajara Cartel has under 12 years of the imposed sentence still since he left the Puente Grande prison due to a judicial error when just over 28 years of the sentence had been served.

It was last July 25 when Juan Francisco N. filed the lawsuit before the federal court against acts claimed by the Second Unitary Court residing in Guadalajara and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE). Initially, the judge granted the plaintiff a suspension outright so that he would not be extradited without prior proceedings and on August 1 granted him a definitive suspension so that his provisional detention for extradition purposes would not be modified while the merits of the case were resolved.

Regarding the act claimed from the re-arrest order issued by the Second Unitary Court, Rafael Caro Quintero was denied a direct Amparo 180/2011 in November 2013. It must be a Unitary Court that hears the dispute for the defense of the capo. The Amparo file has already been sent to Guadalajara, where in the next few hours, one of the six Unitary Courts of the Third Circuit, will determine whether or not it assumes jurisdiction over the matter.

The Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, Marcelo Ebrard, assured that it is unlikely that Rafael Caro Quintero would not be extradited to the United States. “I doubt very much that he can succeed in avoiding his extradition, because of what the Attorney General of the Republic has told us, which is the one that evaluates the requests, it has, I believe, 4 extradition requests.” He affirmed that Caro Quintero, like any citizen, has the right to receive protection, however, he questioned whether this legal tool would stop him from being extradited.

Expert lawyer in Amparos, German Velazquez Carrasco assured that the only reasons why the extradition could be stopped is if it is not guaranteed that he will not receive the death penalty and that there is not enough evidence to support the crimes he is accused of committing.

29 comments:

  1. El Señor R1 looking dapper and younger with the "Just for Men" hair coloring

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  2. Tiene cara de pero hound dog.

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  3. He has no teeth

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  4. What does it mean? Someone please explain this to me I’m pendejo not a lawyer l

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    1. 4:23:
      You're not a pendejo. You are smart for asking a question that you don't know the answer to. This only makes you smarter.
      I don't know squat about the Mexican legal question so I have to rely on people in the system to help form my opinion. The legal experts alluded to in the article are of the opinion that he will eventually be extradited to the U.S. So in my opinion, he will eventually be extradited to the U.S. if he lives long enough (keep in mind that these amparos usually seem to take years).

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    2. 5:57 he wants to know what is an "Amparo ', Mijo stop beating around the bush.😷😷

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    3. 6:14 his name isn't google. He can look it up in-between the pages of fuck off and look it up

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    4. Mexican State courts have no jurisdiction on murders of foreign agents or on extradition matters, that is federal level and the federales are making excuses for make believe,

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    5. Sir:
      Thank you. I know the U.S. legal system well but know very little on the mechanics of the Mexican legal system.

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    6. Sir:
      I hit a link that said important update that signed me up for a google account, so right now I am stuck in google hell. It keeps posting me as anonymous.
      Anyway, I know the U.S. legal system well and not much about the Mexican legal system. Any insight that you provide concerning the legal system in Mexico is greatly appreciated.

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    7. 6:39 it was Googled
      Amparo it say lamp.
      There is no Mexican version of Google.

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    8. 6:39 kiss my grits!

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    9. An Amparo (Ley de Amparo) is an order of protection against undue prosecution with many loopholes that allow for judiciary abuses that protect too many ruch wrongdoers and too few poor innocents...
      It makes me puke, frankly.

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  5. Basically he’s gonna get extradited after they hear all his little attorneys try to make a case to leave him in Mexico. But if that were the case he never would have been re-arrested. He’s gonna be a trophy. Uncle Sam said it damn it do it.

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    1. I will bet $100.000 USA mula he dose not get extradited @#$%^ who's in ... his me up...?

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    2. 10:41

      You don't even have $10.00 in your checking account, you big jimber.

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  6. And the sad part is that agents of the US government actually were there while Kike was getting torture.

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    1. If you believe all those old dirty cops from that show

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    2. 9:39 name names!!!
      2:51 I believe Hector Berrellez, Sandy Gonzalez, and many other journalists with nothing to gain that spoke about truths they believe based on facts.

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  7. All the wimps crying about the fact the CIA was involved.
    Guess what that's exactly what they are supposed to do.
    CIA shitt .
    I bet the cia already terminated the agents involved .
    Either by killing them themselves or sending them into suicide missions in other hellhole countries .
    They can't afford this getting back to them.
    In 100 years when nobody cares the papers will be declassified. And they'll issue an apology.
    And any of you wimps still living then.
    Can get bragging rights. That they were right all along jajajjajajaja

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    1. 11:32. The CIA or none of their agents are supposed to traffick drugs to the US and steal the money ot to sponsor those activities, or to cover it up when their rogue agents do it on their own and murder other US government agents to cover their tracks.

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    2. Blunders of war

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    3. 8:29 blunders of GREED.
      THE DEA is the only US government agency authorized to import or drugs into the US, by law...all others are illegal drug traffickers, even rogue CIA or NSA agents, irregardless of excuse, they are not authorized to steal and "privatize" the money generated either.

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  8. No a la extradición. Ya pago sus crimen.

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    1. 4:12 le faltaban como 10 años, peeero pagar pagar pagar, only when and if Kiki Camarena resuscitates and tortures RCQ to his death...

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  9. This is high level political going-ons between nations. Raffa is stuck and will be extradited to the USA. He goes during gutless presidential administrations, and both sides get photo-ops on a job well done with each side licking the other's huevos and their own.

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    1. Why would they send him if he already paid sentence?, US would need to give something in exchange.

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    2. Don't conflate American justice for Mexican justice...apples and oranges. He ain't done time until he's done supermax time.

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