Morelos prosecutor, Uriel Carmona, protects himself to avoid extradition to the US

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Uriel Carmona

Uriel Carmona Gándara was arrested on Friday, August 4, at his home in Cuernavaca, Morelos, as the alleged person responsible for the irregularities in the case of Ariadna Fernanda López

The Fourth District Judge of Amparo in Criminal Matters, in Mexico City, María del Carmen Sánchez Cisneros, granted a flat suspension so that the former prosecutor of Justice of Morelos, Uriel Carmona Gándara, is not be extradited to the United States.

The detainee requested the protection of Federal Justice before an alleged provisional arrest warrant for extradition purposes against him, in addition to requesting not to remain incommunicado and against the actor of torture.

Carmona Gándara was arrested on Friday, August 4, at his home in Cuernavaca, as the alleged person responsible for the irregularities and alterations in the investigation file for the femicide of Ariadna Fernanda López Díaz.

The body of the 27-year-old girl was found on October 31 of last year in the section known as La Pera, of the Mexico-Cuernavaca highway, after having lived with other people in Mexico City.

The Mexico City Attorney General’s Office requested his arrest and a Control judge linked him to proceedings, early Sunday morning, for crimes committed against the prosecution and administration of justice.

In her resolution, Judge Sánchez Cisneros accepted the amparo claim and ordered the precautionary measure, with the aim of maintaining the situation as it stands and not executing the alleged arrest warrant for extradition purposes.

CONTENT IN COLLABORATION

In his request, the former Morelos prosecutor, Carmona Gándara, challenged what he described as an “imminent extradition, as a bargaining chip”, to the United States Department of Justice, without the authorities of that country having requested it.

The suspension granted by the injunction judge orders the cessation of possible incommunicado actions, psychological and media torture, and other acts contemplated in Article 22 of the Constitution.

Source: OEM

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