According to this institution, the Argentine national court authorized the extradition of the businessman, who is wanted by Mexican common law courts for tax crimes against the municipalities of Gustavo A. Madero and Tlahuac, between 2002 and 2003.
Once Ahumada is in Mexico, he will complete the sentence for these crimes. A statement by Argentinian authorities indicates that on Wednesday, December 22, a national criminal court authorized the request for extradition and ordered to transfer the prisoner to the FGJ in due time.
Due to these crimes, he was sentenced to five years in prison in Mexico, of which he only served three, a month and seven days in the North prison.
The capital’s District Attorney’s Office said that his extradition is for the purpose of serving the remainder of his sentence, which is one year, 10 months and 23 days in prison.