FGR asked Interpol for a red card for Carlos Treviño, former director of Pemex

FGR asked Interpol for the red card to search for the former director of Petróleos Mexicanos, Carlos Treviño Medina (Photo: Cuartoscuro)

The General Prosecutor of the Republic (FGR) requested the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) the red card for the search in more than 190 countries of the former director of Mexican oil (Pemex), Carlos Treviño Medina.

The above, after the former official, indicated by the crimes of operations with resources of illicit origin and criminal association, fled Mexico on September 6 to Texas, United States, in a private aircraft.

And it is that last November 5 Óscar Zamudio, Carlos Treviño’s lawyer, reported that the former director of Pemex not in mexico currently; In addition, he commented that if there was a arrest warrant against him What transcended in due course, the FGR should request its cancellation.

Óscar Zamudio, Carlos Treviño's lawyer, reported that the former director of Pemex is not currently in Mexico (Photo: Pemex)
Óscar Zamudio, Carlos Treviño’s lawyer, reported that the former director of Pemex is not currently in Mexico (Photo: Pemex)

“We believe that the FGR in an act of consistency would have to request the cancellation of the arrest warrant that exists against my client,” he said.

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