Mexico: Immigration Officials Accused participating in criminal network, blackmailing relatives

Posted on August 4, 2014 • Filed under: Border Issues, Corruption, Extortion, Mexico, Police/Military Activity reported agents of the National Institute of migration (INM) were accused of participating in a criminal network in a season of Acayucan, Southern State of Veracruz, to the detriment of illegal Central American origin. The complaint figure who is blackmailed to relatives of immigrants, collection of fees to free undocumented intercepted vehicles and the sale of marijuana in the Centre.According to testimonies of the same dependency and immigrant staff, within the framework of corruption are the director Commissioner Horacio Alcocer Rangel, and Agent Alberto Bravo Jiménez. One of the cases was denounced by Rosa Flores, Honduran citizen who arrived on 28 February last to Tenosique, Tabasco, to request asylum.The woman along with his family was detained at the immigration station. Read Article

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