The First Collegiate Criminal Court of the First Circuit decided to grant an injunction to Sandra Avila Beltran, “The Queen of the Pacific” to be judged solely for the crime of trafficking in the U.S.A..
Avila Beltran is currently considered to be tried by federal courts of the U.S. government for the delivery of 100 kilograms of cocaine in Chicago and assurance that in December 2001 made the vessel Macel on the Mexican coast, with more than nine tons of cocaine.
However, the injunction granted by the Mexican courts was based on the second offense which, was included in the process as followed in Mexico, means that she cannot be charged by the American Union by ensuring that in December 2001 the boat was in Macel on the Mexican coast, with more than nine tons of cocaine, another was included in criminal proceedings to be continued here in Mexico.
Therefore, according to the First Collegiate Court judges in Criminal Matters of the First Circuit, decided to grant the injunction and will only be judged by the delivery of one hundred kilograms of cocaine in the city of Chicago, and therefore does not violate fundamental rights of Avila Beltran to be extradited and that she is prosecuted for trafficking.
Note that Sandra Avila Beltran “Pacific Queen” herself will be extradited to the United States of America, is only in order to be prosecuted on one of the two charges for which she is charged for.
That decision changed after months earlier she was issued a warrant by the Thirteenth District Court of Protection in Criminal Matters in the Federal District because it had granted her under a straightforward manner, ie, that it was not extradited, having concluded that the two charges for which was claimed were already included in the trial that was done in Mexico.
Pursuant to that resolution of the appellate court, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the coming days will issue a resolution providing for the delivery of Avila Beltran.