Argentine court orders the extradition of Carlos Ahumada to Mexico: FGR

The Attorney General’s Office (FGR) announced that the National Criminal Court number 9 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, declared admissible its request to extradite businessman Carlos Agustín Ahumada Kurtz to Mexico, “for the possible commission of the crime of generic fraud of the common jurisdiction, in relation to to public works contracts in various delegations of Mexico City. “

The FGR He detailed this Wednesday that the Court also ordered the delivery of Ahumada.

The federal agency recalled that the Attorney General’s Office of Mexico City (FGJCDMX) requested the General Directorate of International Procedures of the FGR to present the petition to the Argentine government through diplomatic channels.

“The documentation requested by the Extradition Directorate of the General Directorate of International Procedures, to manage the procedure in accordance with the requirements established in the Extradition Treaty between the United Mexican States and the Republic of Argentina was presented in June 2020”, the FGR said in a statement.

At the request of the FGJCDMX, the FGR In July 2020, he delivered Ahumada’s formal extradition request to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The businessman of Argentine origin, Carlos Agustín Ahumada Kurtz, known in Mexico, among other things, for the “video scandals”, in which he appears giving money to characters such as René Bejarano, Dolores Padierna’s husband, in addition to being a sentimental partner of Rosario Robles Berlanga, former head of government of the then Federal District and former federal official, who is currently incarcerated in the Santa Martha Acatitla prison for allegedly being involved in the Master Scam case.

The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic has assured that it has the necessary elements to exercise criminal action against Ahumada Kurtz for the crimes of extortion, specific fraud, falsification of documents and use of apocryphal documents.


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