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Mexico

Porky Sent to Prison

Enrique Capitaine's defense obtained an amparo

Diego Alonso is extradited and arrive at the Mexico City International Airport, photo: Cuartoscuro/PGR
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9 months ago

Diego Cruz Alonso, part of the group of young men also known as “Los Porkys,” was sent to prison. He is currently incarcerated in the center known as El Penalito in Xalapa, Veracruz.

On Thursday, Cruz Alonso was extradited to Mexico by Spanish authorities. Over the weekend, he was sent to court where he refused to answer the attorney’s questions.

Diego’s legal representation must now provide the evidence in his favor. Meanwhile, Enrique Capitaine’s defense obtained an amparo (a Mexican constitutional legal process that protects citizens and their basic rights).

The judge now has to evaluate all the evidence that was not announced when he was sentenced to formal prison.

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