Federal Judge Stops Extradition of Florian Tudor; gives suspension

Florian Tudor was detained by personnel from the Attorney General’s Office for extradition purposes.


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A Federal court Mexico City stopped the process of extradition to Romania from Florian Tudor, alleged leader of a romanian mafia that operates in Cancun, Quintana Roo.

A Tenth District Administrative Court Judge granted Tudor “a plan suspension”.

Given this, the judge explained that the suspension decreed will only take effect if the acts endanger the life of the Romanian citizen or allow his exile, deportation and extradition from the country.

Likewise, he declared himself incompetent to continue with the process, since he argued that it should be made available to the District Court of Amparo in Criminal Matters.

Yesterday afternoon, the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) reported that it had executed a provisional arrest warrant for the purpose of extradition against Florian Tudor.

In a brief information card, the agency detailed that he was captured “in compliance with a request for detention for extradition purposes, formulated by the Government of Romania, for crimes of organized crime, extortion and attempted aggravated homicide, all of which was processed and obtained by the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic, before a Control Judge of the North Prison ”.

While Santiago Nieto Castillo, head of the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), congratulated the FGR for the arrest of Tudor, which is linked to a “case reported at the time ”By that institution.

For his part, the Secretary of Foreign Relations (SRE), Marcelo Ebrard, had said this Friday morning that the extradition process to Romania of Florian Tudor would be “very fast.”

Ebrard could not detail whether the extradition will be this Friday or the weekend but reiterated that “it could be very fast.”

The Tudor gang, known as “El Tiburon”, is accused of engaging in bank card cloning, human trafficking and extortion and would have a presence in at least 15 countries, while in Mexico it would have acted in 14 states of the country, with the support of officials and shell companies. -With information from EFE.

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