Real Estate Cartel: Christian Von Roehrich obtained a suspension that prevents the dissemination of his case
The former holder of the Benito Juárez mayor’s office, Christian Von Roehrich, obtained a suspension in which he suspends indefinitely spread information on the case of the former public servant.
A federal court ordered the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office (FGJ) not to share data on the criminal process currently facing von Roehrich. The information about the former mayor was shared during the afternoon of Monday, May 22.
The foregoing because it is considered that the dissemination of his case through official channels affects warranties of the man who was detained on April 20 in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, after he was deported after trying to enter the United States.
It should be noted that Christian Von Roehrich would be related to a possible corruption network identified in the media as the case Real Estate Cartel. It was on April 27 that the man was linked to process for his possible participation in the crimes of criminal association and illegal use of powers.
With the recent definitive suspension, it will not be possible to carry out communiqués either messages by the capital authorities regarding the investigation file Cl-FICH/CUH-2/UI-4 S/D/02606/09-2022.
The former mayor of Benito Juárez was confined inside the North Prison because a federal court denied the suspension against the precautionary measure of justified preventive detention, as reported on May 17.
It was in December 2022 that the Interpol issued a red token for the former mayor with the aim of locating him and for its part the National Institute of Migration (INM) launched a immigration alert for Christian von Roehrich.
For its part, the FGJ CDMX reported that Sofía Soraya “N” would be the head of a possible money laundering network, the institution’s spokesperson, Ulises Lara López, said that the institution “has clearer indications of this possible network of money laundering, which would be headed by Sofía Soraya “N”, sister of a former mayor of Benito Juárez”.
Lara López referred to the facts as a “pyramid of complicities” in which front men and front companies would be related. In total, seven individuals and at least three companies have been identified. Through a message to the media shared on May 16, the spokesperson explained that the members of the corruption network would be public servers and their families.
“The Attorney General’s Office has clearer indications of this possible money laundering network, which would be headed by Sofia Soraya “N”, sister of a former mayor of Benito Juárez”, was part of the message from the authorities on that occasion.
Sofia Soraya was arrested in the town of Juriquilla, Queretaro, by elements of the Investigative Police (PDI) of the CDMX Prosecutor’s Office on February 19. After her capture, she was transferred to the capital of the country and confined in the Santa Martha Acatitla prison.
“These seven people – Sofía Soraya “N”, Nicias René “N” and the others probably related to this money laundering network, would have operated on their own and through a third party through three companies of different lines, such as a construction company, another which brings together private educational centers and another dedicated to investments”
After investigations, the CDMX Prosecutor’s Office has identified at least 60 properties which would be related to Real Estate Cartelwhich was in the name of people who were public servants in the Benito Juárez mayor’s office of CDMX.