The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third District of Florida, the U.S. Court of Appeals, lifted the moratorium on the civil case brought by the Financial Intelligence Unit against former Public Safety Secretary Genaro García Luna, Corruption, money laundering and illicit enrichment. The case can now move forward.
In late 2022, members of the Weinberg family accused, along with former Mexican officials, managed to suspend the civil lawsuit against him while They filed a motion to dismiss it. in the Florida Court of Appeals.
In mid-September 2021, the Mexican government filed a civil lawsuit against García Luna, his family and accomplices, including members of the Weinberg family, Participate in public contract delivery programs The Mexican government during Felipe Calderón’s six-year tenure.
Through litigation, the Mexican government Seeking to recover more than $678 millionGarcía Luna will be delivered through 30 contracts between 2012 and 2018.
According to the FIU, García Luna and his colleagues made 76 payments totaling more than $10 million Bribe various authorities to obtain contracts.
A total of 10 contracts were signed by decentralized prevention and social rehabilitation administrations $335 millionFive with the Federal Police for $84 million, one with the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office for $1.5 million, and 14 with the Center for Investigations and National Security for $257 million.
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