Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo: transfer to house arrest suspended for the second time

The drug trafficker and founder of the extinct Guadalajara cartel, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, will remain in the Puente Grande Prison for Sentenced Persons, since the Seventh District Judge suspended his transfer to house arrest.

In a statement, the General Directorate of Prevention and Social Reintegration of the State of Jalisco reported that at 2:50 p.m. this Friday, September 23, said judge notified the suspension for two reasons.

“Because the Attorney General’s Office had requested to be transferred to a Cefereso in the State of Morelos and to correct some failures of the company that will supervise the electronic bracelet.”

The text indicates that the judge denied the transfer to the state of Morelos, but suspended the house arrest measure until the company in charge of the bracelet corrects the flaws detected during the tests.

“The Seventh District Judge denied the transfer to a Cefereso, but postponed the measure until the failures of the company supervising the electronic bracelet are corrected, without a defined date at the moment.”

Last Monday the 12th it was announced that a district judge granted house arrest to the also known as “Chief of Chiefs”, who had requested this benefit since 2019, however it was not until days ago when it was granted due to his advanced age and poor health.

On the night of Thursday the 15th of this month, the director of Prevention and Social Reintegration of the State of Jalisco, José Antonio Pérez Juárez, confirmed the suspension of the transfer of Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo ‘The Boss of Bosses’ to what would be his home prison.

María Teresa Vallejo Pérez, lawyer for the founder of the Guadalajara Cartel, Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, blamed the Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection, Rosa Icela Rodríguez, for stopping the transfer to house arrest, despite the fact that there were all the conditions for it to be carried out. that day, pursuant to an order issued by the Seventh District Judge.

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