Police who captured El Chapo in Sinaloa is dismissed

The captor of the capo, will be removed from the commission of the PF attached to the Foreign Service of Mexico (SME) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE)

Washington.- The federal police Nicolás González Perrín, who captured Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán in Los Mochis, Sinaloa; He will be dismissed from his position by the agency under Alfonso Durazo Montaño.

The captor of the capo, will be discharged from the commission of the PF attached to the Foreign Service of Mexico (SME) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE); Because he is assigned to the city of Washington, it will proceed to remove his passport.

This, according to an office of the Director General of International Police Affairs, Commissioner Luz María García Rivas, directed, in turn, to Moisés Poblanno Silva, general director of the SEM of the SRE.

It is worth mentioning that the Federal Police attached to the Mexican Foreign Service in the United States, Guatemala, Colombia and Spain will have to return to Mexico on the instructions of the Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection, according to information from Impacto.

In an official letter from the Director General of International Police Affairs, Commissioner Luz María García Rivas, addressed to Moisés Poblanno Silva, General Director of the SEM of the SRE, the order of 13 policemen is ordered by order of the head of the SSPC Alfonso Durazo and the Commissioner of the Federal Police, Arturo Jiménez Martínez.

In the statement it is assured that passports to the accredited police officers and their families will be withdrawn shortly.

Source: El Debate, Impacto

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