The judicial ruling that temporarily frozen the arrest warrant against the governor of Tamaulipas, Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca, was challenged by the Attorney General’s Office (FGR).
This ruling prevents the Tamaulipas president from being arrested for the crimes of organized crime and money laundering. The FGR’s complaint was received yesterday by the Eighth District Judge in Tamaulipas, based in Reynosa, Faustino Gutiérrez Pérez.
According to Reforma newspaper, The judge published this Friday, in lists, an agreement in which it indicates that it will turn this resource to a collegiate circuit court in the entity, so that it ultimately decides whether or not the suspension prevails.
Subject to this case being filed by the court next week, Judge Gutiérrez Pérez is scheduled to hold the hearing in which he will decide on June 7 Whether or not to suspend the apprehension of Cabeza de Vaca indefinitely.
On May 18, a control judge attached to the Federal Criminal Justice Center of Almoloya de Juárez, in the State of Mexico, ordered the arrest of the governor for organized crime and money laundering.
The minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, Juan Luis González Alcántara, had previously resolved that the jurisdiction of García Cabeza de Vaca prevailed, because the Congress of Tamaulipas had decided not to approve the declaration of origin of the Chamber of Deputies.