Mexico City (AP)-The day after the full 751-page U.S. case file against former Secretary of Defense Salvador Cienfuegos was released in Mexico angered U.S. officials, the Mexican prosecutor who exempted him issued his own version, but Many pages are completely blacked out and it is almost impossible to tell them what they found.
The report issued by the Office of the Attorney General of Mexico on Sunday included 226 pages, each of which was blacked out, and 275 pages were blacked out shortly thereafter.
In the less-edited sections, all names and images are blacked out.
It took only five days for prosecutors to completely exonerate the retired General Cienfuegos accused by the United States. After years of investigation, he said that officials are working hard to control the damage to the reputation of the judicial system. He said he had assisted in drug trafficking. Bribery.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Andrés Manuel López Obrador) rejected the “fabrication” of the US case on Saturday, and his government issued a statement sent by the US prosecutors when providing diplomatic concessions to Mexico with Cienfuegos File and send it to the domestic investigation.
The U.S. Department of Justice stated that publishing a complete evidence report violated the legal aid treaty and questioned whether the United States can continue to share information.
The Mexican government’s decision to restrict U.S. agents and cancel their immunity has further exacerbated the tensions in security relations, even if Cienfuegos returns home instead of facing trial in the United States
The President said that although many Mexicans regard the American courts as “good judges, impeccable…In this case, in all respects, the person conducting this investigation was not professional.”
In the newly released Mexico report, the almost invisible thing involves asking the military to investigate whether these allegations are credible and relying on Cienfuegos’s officially announced revenue.
For example, one of the few clear documents is a report from the Army Communications Officer (name has been deleted) stating that the Army BlackBerry has not been formally assigned to Cienfuegos or anyone else.
The 751-page document shared by the U.S. authorities and Mexico mainly consisted of BlackBerry Messenger exchanges intercepted by traffickers since the murder, describing their interactions with people they identified as Cienfuegos, usually referred to by the nickname “Godfather.”
López Obrador relies heavily on the military for a wide range of projects that go far beyond security, and his government apparently reacted to military brutality due to the arrest of Cienfuegos , Complained that the case was not fully introduced to US officials in advance.
Cienfuegos was arrested in Los Angeles in October, but the US government dropped the charges against him in November after Mexican officials threatened to restrict American agents.
The documents issued by the United States include text messages intercepted between the leader of the H-2 cartel allegedly located in Nayarit on the Pacific coast and a senior aide who is said to be an intermediary with the general.
In an exchange, Daniel Silva Garate (Daniel Silva Garate) told his boss Juan Francisco Patrón Sánchez (Juan Francisco Patrón Sánchez) that he was caught by a soldier cut short by the military. Was taken to the headquarters of the Ministry of Defense in Mexico City to meet with the “Godfather”. “
Silva-Garate told the boss that “the godfather” told him “now we will do great things with you… what you did is only a short time.”
Patrón Sanchez said that he wanted to transport drugs from Colombia through a carefree route, and Silva Garate texted: “He said that as long as he is here, You will have freedom…they will never carry out powerful operations” or raids.
Silva Garate told his boss that “The Godfather” told him, “You can sleep peacefully, and no operation will touch you.”
Other exchanges described the godfather’s alleged willingness to arrange a ship to help deliver drugs, introduce traffickers to other officials, and admit to helping other traffickers in the past.