A court in Mexico has granted a request filed by El Chapo's lawyers to suspend the order of detention for purposes of extradition entered Wednesday. (Use google translate). The request for a writ of amparo hostile to the detention order was filed Wednesday in the Fifth District court handling Amparo matters, the same day the judge in the Third District Court handling criminal matters granted the request for the detention order.
I reckon this means he can still be arrested, but he can't be extradited until he has an opportunity to present his defenses hostile to extradition. [More...]
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