translated from Spanish: Mexico seeks extradition of García Luna for illicit enrichment

The Attorney General’s Office (FGR) initiated the extradition process of Genaro García Luna to try him in Mexico for the crime of illicit enrichment.
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The Prosecutor’s Office reported that an apprehension order was obtained this Friday against the former Secretary of Public Security, after he was spotted as unexplained income of 27 million pesos.
According to reports from the newspaper Reforma, the investigation against García Luna contemplates its passage through the defunque Attorney General of the Republic and Secretariat of Public Security. His estate statements, the acquisition of assets and his investments, which according to the FGR “did not match what he had received for wages and other income,” are intended.
The unit noted that there is also an investigation against him for other alleged patimonial crimes related to companies and contracts obtained from various governments.
Former Security Secretary during the government of former President Felipe Calderón has been detained since 2019 in the United States for allegedly belonging to a criminal group; conspiracy to distribute cocaine internationally; conspiracy to import cocaine and false statements to U.S. authorities.
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On October 7, García Luna pleaded not guilty to cocaine trafficking charges from abroad to the United States.
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