Mexico arrests drug runner for murders

Mexico arrests drug runne경주안마r for murders A federal immigration judge on Wednesday ordered a Mexican federal prosecutor to arrest a local drug trafficker in connection with the 2010 slayings of two people, including an 11-year-old boy. U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen said the drug trafficker, Jorge Castillo Hernandez, 25, who live영천출장안마태국 마사지d in a rural Mexican town near the U.S. border, should be jailed for his role in the Aug. 5 killing of a local farmer, Jose Rodriguez, 37. The murder has sparked a national political controversy and led to an overhaul of how Mexican government prosecutors handle murder cases, including an emphasis on trying drug trafficking cases. “With a federal prosecutor’s cooperation, a drug traffi여주출장안마cking case is possible and can be heard by the court, which will be less prone to delay and take months rather than weeks,” Hanen said in federal court in San Diego. The judge, an appointee of former President George W. Bush and not a judge, was not bound by the previous rulings or by any previous rulings against the U.S. government. But he ruled that Castillo Hernandez would be held on criminal charges even without a warrant from a judge or a jury and that agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration were authorized to arrest him on the charge. The arrest warrant was granted with an order by federal Judge Carlos Aguilar, who was appointed in September 2013. He is now a member of the U.S. Supreme Court. Castillo Hernandez had been charged by the U.S. in 2009 with involvement in the deaths of 20-year-old Juan Pablo Guerrero and his father, Juan Carlos Guerrero, of Mexico City. The father has been accused of killing the victims, including a toddler. The boy’s mother was also killed, and a child, whose skull was found in a pile of debris in a field, is missing.