Mexico City. General Eduardo León Trauwitz, former deputy director of Strategic Safeguarding at Pemex, charged in Mexico with organized crime and illegal theft of hydrocarbons, managed to give the British Columbia Supreme Court the advantage of facing his extradition trial with limited freedom .
Federal government sources indicated that despite opposition from the Canadian prosecutor’s office, the court authorized General León Trauwitz to observe the following precautions: use an electronic bracelet, report daily to his freedom supervisor, deliver the passport, and go weekly in court.
The Mexican soldier, who held the top position in the security and custody of Pemex facilities, and who is accused in Mexico of collaborating with criminal gangs involved in the theft of fuel from Pemex pipelines, spent three months in prison and on Monday. was released on parole after his daughter paid Canadian dollar 20,000 bail.
Likewise, you are required to live at a permanent address and adhere to the following schedule, you are not allowed to leave your residence until after 6:00 am and be outside the same maximum at 11 am.
León Trauwitz, like eight other soldiers under his command, has been facing criminal charges since May 2019 when a reviewing judge in Almoloya de Juárez issued an arrest warrant for his alleged responsibility for the crimes of organized crime and kidnapping.