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Mexico extradites national to Illinois on charges of sexual assault

Mexico City, Mexico — A Mexican man wanted for sexual assault in the state of Illinois has been extradited to the U.S. On Tuesday, the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) reported the extradition of Abraham C to the United States.

According to the FGR, “in compliance with the Extradition Treaty signed between Mexico and the United States of America, the Attorney General’s Office (FGR), extradited to the Government of that country, a man of Mexican nationality required by the Judicial District of DeKalb County, Illinois, for his probable responsibility in the crimes of sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a minor.”

In April 2003, a woman denounced Abraham “C”, whom she accused of having sexually assaulted her and her sister during their childhood. Due to the foregoing, the Government of Mexico granted the extradition of the person sought to the Government of the United States.

The delivery of this person was made at the Mexico City International Airport (AICM), to the designated U.S. agents for his final transfer.