FGR extradites a woman who abuses minors to the US
The Attorney General's Office of the Republic (FGR), led by Alejandro Gertz Manero, delivered in extradition, to the United States government, to a woman of Mexican origin, identified as a member of one of the most violent couples against minors.
Araceli Medina, alias Araceli Tapia Ceballos, She was arrested in March of this year for her alleged participation in the crimes, all in the first degree, of aggravated homicide, manslaughter, rape of a minor and injuries to a minor.
The autonomous body, headed by prosecutor Gertz Manero, reported that the woman was handed over in compliance with the Extradition Treaty signed between Mexico and the United States.
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Medina is wanted by a judge of the Superior Court of the state of Washington in Franklin County, for the aforementioned crimes, committed in complicity with her romantic partner, identified as Edgar Salvador Casian.
According to the background of this case, between April and November 2020, the woman lived with her partner and his three minor children, in an apartment located in the city of Pasco, Washington.
The investigations established that, during this time, the extraditable raped one of the minors on several occasions, while the father watched.
It was also established that the extraditable and Casian physically beat and tortured the children, which caused the death of one of them.
Medina fled to Mexico, but in compliance with an arrest warrant for extradition purposes, the woman was detained in March of this year in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco.
After meeting all the requirements of the process, the extradition of the defendant was determined, who was handed over at the Mexico City International Airport to the designated US agents in charge of her transfer.
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