García Luna has two arrest warrants in Mexico: FGR

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The Attorney General of the Republic reported that it has two arrest warrants against former Security Secretary Genaro García Luna, for the crimes of introducing weapons and for patrimonial damage related to the privatization of CEFERESOS.

In a statement, the FGR clarified that these two accusations "have no connection with the criminal proceedings that are being followed in the United States," so it does not affect, in any way, the proceedings that are being followed in Mexico.

Likewise, he explained that the first arrest warrant against García Luna is for his participation in the case of the illegal introduction of weapons called "Fast and Furious."

"In this matter, the weapons that the Mexican authorities, at the time, allowed to enter illegally, have caused a large number of deaths and irreparable damage to justice," said the FGR.

Regarding the second arrest warrant against the former Secretary of Security of the then President Felip Calderón, it corresponds to the CEFERESOS case (privatized federal prisons), in which the participation of said person was essential to generate immense patrimonial damage and a series of criminal responsibilities. about.

"It should be noted that, in this matter, the Government of the Republic has acted to reverse the damages already mentioned," the document refers to.

Likewise, there are two other investigations in Mexico that are underway, and one more arrest request that has already been reported at the time, which is pending.

All these procedures are within the competence of the Mexican federal authorities, as they are crimes committed in our country.

Finally, the FGR indicated that it continues with the efforts before the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the American authorities to obtain the extradition of García Luna.


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