By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF
Mexico City’s Attorney General’s Office said Monday, June 14, that is has requested the extradition of businessman and former Mexican diplomat Andrés Roemer Slomianski, who has been accused of multiple sexual crimes.
Roemer, who is believed to be currently residing in Israel, has allegedly sexually assaulted or raped more than 60 women in Mexico.
“We have requested the country where he is being detained to extradite him back to Mexico in accordance with the principle of international reciprocity, with the support of the Federal Attorney General’s Office (FGR) and the Secretariat of Foreign Relations (SRE),” said the capital’s chief prosecutor, Ernestina Godoy Ramos.
Godoy Ramos said that if he is extradited to Mexico, he will face criminal charges before a Mexico City court.
Roemer has two arrest warrants pending by the capital’s prosecutor’s office.
On May 11, Interpol issued a red international search warrant against him.