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Raúl Salinas

brother of Mexican Ex-President Carlons Salinas

In Recent News

“Since his arrest in 1995, Salinas won every criminal process one by one; from the premeditated murder of José Francisco Ruiz Massieu, to laundering money, fiscal fraud, peculation, and finally illicit enrichment. Within this last criminal trial, the PGR accuses him of obtaining up to 49 properties in Mexico City, Estado de México, Guerrero, Morelos and other entities of the country, all of which were acquired with resources that highly surpass his salary as an official.”

LA Times | December 16, 2014 | Natalie Roterman

Mexican Ex-President’s Brother Steals Millions – And Gets Away with It!

The Accused

Raúl Salinas, brother of Mexican Ex-President Carlons Salinas

Raúl Salinas

brother of Mexican Ex-President Carlons Salinas

The Crime

Raúl Salinas, the brother of the ex-President for Mexico and on Forbes’ magazine's list of Most Corrupt Mexicans, was accused of accepting $84 million in bribes over a span of 20 years.

Real Punishment

In recent news, Raúl Salinas was acquitted of the crime – stating that the $84 million accepted in bribery came from his dead father in complete legality. The charges began about 20 years ago.

Wall Street Journal | December 16, 2014 | Jose de Cordoba
The law in our hands

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In Recent News

“Since his arrest in 1995, Salinas won every criminal process one by one; from the premeditated murder of José Francisco Ruiz Massieu, to laundering money, fiscal fraud, peculation, and finally illicit enrichment. Within this last criminal trial, the PGR accuses him of obtaining up to 49 properties in Mexico City, Estado de México, Guerrero, Morelos and other entities of the country, all of which were acquired with resources that highly surpass his salary as an official.”

LA Times | December 16, 2014 | Natalie Roterman
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