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The father of the governor of Tamaulipas Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca passed away


(Photo: Twitter / fgcabezadevaca)

The governor of the Mexican state of Tamaulipas, Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca, He announced this Tuesday the unfortunate death of his father, Manuel García Uresti, through a message posted on social networks.

“With deep sadness I inform you of the unfortunate death of my father, Manuel García Uresti. I thank God for all these years that he lent me a great man. We will remember you forever for all that you taught us and gave us while you were with us. RIP ”, reads the message that the Tamaulipas wrote on his Twitter account.

The father of the governor of Tamaulipas Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca passed away
(Twitter: @fgcabezadevaca)

Similarly, his brother, Senator Israel García Cabeza de Vaca, shared the news through his Twitter account.

“With regret and deep sorrow I inform you that today my father, Don Manuel García Uresti, has left this earthly world. Together with him, my mother, my brothers and I form a family blessed with his love and guidance. Rest in peace dad ”, he published.

While the National Action Party (PAN), to which both brothers belong, sent a message through the same medium, stating: “We deeply regret the death of Manuel García Uresti, father of the governor @fgcabezadevaca and of the senator @IGCabezadeVaca. Our condolences to them and their family. Rest in peace”.

The father of both Tamaulipas politicians, according to what has transpired, was an important rancher in that region of the country.

The father of the governor of Tamaulipas Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca passed away
(Photo: Cuartoscuro)

Meanwhile, in the most recent of the investigation and the process that the Tamaulipas governor faces, a few days ago he fought another battle in the courts, after this November 16, 2021, he was granted an amparo.

A federal judge granted the amparo in his favor, after an arrest warrant was issued against him in May for the alleged crimes of organized crime and money laundering, the newspaper Excelsior reported.

The arrest warrant against Cabeza de Vaca was derived from complaints filed by the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF), as confirmed by sources from that agency to Infobae Mexico.

That same month, but days before, on May 12, another judge had rejected Cabeza de Vaca’s claim for protection, who sought to protect himself from the provenance determined by the Chamber of Deputies to withdraw his jurisdiction and that the authorities could prosecute him for alleged reasons. crimes of drug trafficking, money laundering and tax fraud.

But this day, Faustino Gutiérrez Pérez, head of the eighth district court in the city of Reynosa, issued the new resolution. Among the reasons for the protection provided by the amparo, his procedural immunity stands out due to the jurisdiction to which he is entitled, reported Alfredo Peña.

He added that the challenge is for an alleged tax fraud of 6.5 million pesos from the sale of a house in Mexico City, as reported then by the UIF.

On March 19, the head of the Financial Intelligence Unit reported that Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca apparently bought real estate through two shell companies that on other occasions were used by the Sinaloa Cartel to launder money.

According to what was presented to the Instructional Section of the Chamber of Deputies, two businesses that financed Sofom, which granted a loan to the PAN governor to acquire a 14.3 million peso department, were previously identified as ghost companies among seven commercial units that were related to the criminal group that Ismael Zambada García currently leads, el Mayo.

The head of the FIU highlighted that the deposits of 14.3 million pesos to Sofom were made on December 17, 2013 and as soon as they arrived at the latter entity, the next day, they were loaned to Cabeza de Vaca, who received the same amount and bought an apartment in Santa Fe with that sum.

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