Judge granted provisional suspension to Ovidio Guzmán against extradition to the US
Juan Mateo Brieba de Castro, judge of the Sixth District of Amparo in Criminal Matters, granted the provisional suspension outright to Ovid Guzman Lopez, The mouseagainst his extradition to the United States, for which he will remain for his trial in the Altiplano prison in Mexico.
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According to the sentence that was issued, the judge announced that the son of Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán did ratify the demand for guarantees not to be extradited to the US, therefore, “to safeguard” his rights, it was determined activate suspend flat and that he remains in the country.
“Since the suspensions decreed in file 24/2024 were left without effect and, since the complainant did ratify the lawsuit that gave rise to this trialin order to safeguard the rights of the complainant, it is considered necessary to activate the suspension outright”, it was established this Monday, January 9.
The court decision came after The mouse recognized Alberto Díaz Mendieta as his lawyer, who presented an injunction to prevent his client from being handed over to the US authorities who are claiming him for his alleged responsibility in various crimes related to organized crime and drug trafficking.
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This occurred after the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) informed the judge who is handling the case of one of the leaders of the little boys that there is an arrest warrant for extradition purposes within the 6/2019 process, so it is expected that in the next few hours the director of the Federal Center for Social Readaptation of the Altiplano will report that court orders have already been complied with.
So far, the only information available is that an incidental hearing was scheduled for January 13 at 9:00 a.m. (Central Mexico time); however, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) estimated that the extradition process could take place within six weeksbecause what is established by the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States (CPEUM) must be complied with.
Also, it should be remembered that the The United States has 60 days to formalize the extradition request.; however, in the sentence issued on this day it was explained that the “complainant” should not be handed over to the authorities of the neighboring country.
“The provisional suspension regarding the act of extradition and its execution is decreed so that it is not executed and the complainant remains in the place where he is at the disposal of this court, only in relation to his personal freedom and not delivered to the government of the United States of America.
Ovidio Guzmán López was arrested on Thursday, January 5 by elements of the Ministry of National Defense (Sedena) and the National Guard in the union of Jesús María, located in the interior of Culiacán, Sinaloa. The operation was the second to be carried out, the first was in 2019 and it failed.
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Before the operation that culminated in the arrest, some attempts at violence were unleashed, for which elements of the Armed Forces and the State Preventive Police they started a strong operation; In addition, some closed streets have been reported in order to protect the population.
According to some testimonies from residents of the area, some helicopters are flying over, trying to keep a low profile; as well as some cars circling the street.