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Mexico delivers man wanted in Texas homicide

Mexico City, Mexico — The Attorney General’s Office of the Republic (FGR), in compliance with the Extradition Treaty signed between Mexico and the United States, handed over a Mexican national who was wanted on criminal charges in the state of Texas.

La Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) says they have completed the extradition of Ramón V, handing him over to US authorities for the crimes of interstate stalking and homicide. The FGR reported that Ramón V was wanted by a Federal Court in the state of Texas for his probable responsibility in the crimes of interstate stalking and criminal association to commit a homicide.

According to investigations by the US authorities, in 2013 in Southlake, Texas, Ramón V is alleged to have participated in hire-for-murder, hiring people to carrying out the killing of another.

The delivery of Ramón V to US authorities was made at the International Airport of Mexico City to the US agents designated for his final transfer to the US to face charges.