Vicente Fox defends García Luna: "he did a very good job"

Former President Vicente Fox questioned the US justice system for the trial against the former director of the Federal Investigation Agency (AFI) and former Secretary of Public Security, Genaro García Luna, who was found guilty of four charges for organized crime and one more for lying to authorities.

During an event in Arizona, Fox assured that García Luna did a “very good job” while working in his six-year term and that the complaints presented at the trial held in Brooklyn, New York, were from “pure hired witnesses.”

I question the American justice for having given a verdict with the complaint and the accusation of pure criminals.

Fox highlighted the “results” of García Luna while he led the Federal Investigation Agency and assured that only nine crimes were registered for every 100,000 inhabitants at the end of his six-year term.

It was a somewhat strange trial, about what happened in Mexico; García Luna worked with me as police chief, not as a prosecutor or investigator, as police chief he did a good job, a very good job; the facts confirm it.

I have many doubts about the verdict: Calderón

A few days ago the former president Felipe Calderón Hinojosa assured that he has doubts about the verdict handed down against his former Secretary of Public Safety.

I am a man of laws and above all I respect the resolutions of the courts when they act according to the law. Personally, I have many doubts about the verdict.

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