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Loret de Mola Provides Insight into Murillo Karam’s Arrest

By KELIN DILLON Following the Aug. 19 arrest of former Mexican Attorney General (FGR) Jesús Murillo Karam, who now faces life in prison following his purported role in the unsolved Ayotzinapa case surrounding 43 missing students, journalist for daily Mexican newspaper El Universal and political analyst Carlos Loret de Moa released a scathing criticism detailing his seven takeaways from the

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Alleged Juárez Attackers Receive Two Years of Preventative Detention

By KELIN DILLON According to reports from Sunday, Aug. 14, five men arrested for involvement in Thursday’s lethal attack on Ciudad Juárez, in which at least 11 people were killed, were sentenced to preventative detention for no more than two years in prison as they continue to be investigated for the crimes of attempted homicide and damages. The accused individuals

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Coello Trejo to Sue Mexico Attorney General for Moral Damages

By MARK LORENZANA Javier Coello Trejo, former lawyer of Emilio Lozoya Austin — the disgraced former CEO of Mexican state-run oil giant Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), who is currently in custody on corruption charges  —  said on Tuesday, June 28, that he will file a lawsuit for moral damages against Mexican Attorney General (FGR) Alejandro Gertz Manero. On Thursday, June 23,

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Supreme Court Sets Date for Gertz’s Brother’s Case

By KELIN DILLON On Monday, Feb. 28, Mexico’s Supreme Court (SCJN) finally decided upon a date to discuss the case of Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) Alejandro Gertz Manero’s deceased brother, Federico Gertz, whose death has caused has caused repeated controversy among Gertz and his extended family, with the case now set for SCJN intervention on March 14. The

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In-Laws Reveal Gertz’s Illegal Enrichment via Documents to FIU

By KELIN DILLON  Just days after Mexico’s Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) publicly revealed the excessive spending habits of controversial Attorney General (FGR) Alejandro Gertz Manero, details about the documents Gertz’s own in-laws delivered to the FIU outlining his irregular financial practices surrounding some $7.9 million have come to light. The FIU

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Mexico to Press US for Investment Measures during Security Talks

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Thursday, Oct. 7, said that his administration will continue to pressure the United States to increase investment in southern Mexican and Central American countries during the upcoming bilateral high-level security meetings. The first U.S.-Mexico High-Level Security Dialogue is set to take place in Mexico City on Friday,

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