Filtered audio of prosecutor Gertz Manero pressuring Emilio Lozoya’s father

This Thursday, audios began to circulate of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR), Alejandro Gertz Manero and the deputy attorney, Juan Ramos, with Emilio Lozoya Thalmann, father of the former director of Pemex Emilio Lozoya Austin.

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In the first recording, it is the prosecutor Gertz Manero who communicates with Lozoya Thalmann, where they talk about a processed amparo.

Lozoya Thalmann: Prosecutor at your service

Prosecutor Gertz Manero: Look, they just notified me that you and your son protected

Lozoya Thalmann: no, no, no

Prosecutor Gertz Manero: I have just been notified

Lozoya Thalmann: It’s a mistake, they went ahead, it has nothing to do with it, They didn’t even do it with our permission.

Prosecutor Gertz Manero: Nothing else so that he doesn’t go to see… I don’t accept double languages, eh

Lozoya Thalmann: Not at all, not even the plays of that fucking bandit lawyer that eh, that’s why I put it in order yesterday, I apologize very extensively and I’m going to reiterate it now in a few minutes, to desist immediately, because that way I I don’t play huh

It is very clear, I ask you for an apology again and I am going to put order herewe are very grateful for yesterday working on the orientation that you indicated to us.

Prosecutor Gertz Manero: Give up the amparo and don’t put that bastard in, please, because things are going to be spoiled

Lozoya: I’m going to follow your advice, we’re going to look for one…

Prosecutor Gertz Manero: Decent people who defend you.

Although the name of the defense is not specified, it should be remembered that in June 2020 the lawyer Javier Coello Trejo reported that due to differences over the defense strategy, he would stop representing Emilio Lozoya Austin.

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Through a statement, the lawyer stated that the decision was made in agreement with the former director of Pemex, after the latter presented a brief to the Spanish Court in which he agreed to be extradited to Mexico to be tried for the Agronitrogenados case and for Odebrecht.

Did Lozoya request an injunction to get out of prison? At the end of May of this year, a federal court admitted a new amparo lawsuit from the former director of Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), Emilio Lozoya Austin, against the preventive detention imposed on him for the Odebrecht case.

However, although the appeal was admitted for processing, the Unitary Court did not grant Lozoya Austin the suspension, because his defense argued that he did not request it, in addition to the fact that it is not appropriate to order it informally.

It should be remembered that at the end of April it transpired that Lozoya Austin, a prisoner in the North Prison, resorted to the protection of justice against the sentence of April 6 of the Third Unitary Court in Criminal Matters, who confirmed the precautionary measure of preventive detention justified decision issued by Judge José Artemio Zúñiga Mendoza, in his resolution of January 26, 2022.

What is Emilio Lozoya accused of? The former director of Pemex during the six-year term of President Enrique Peña Nieto is currently linked to the process on charges of “laundering” money, for the irregular purchase of the Agro Nitrogenados fertilizer plant and criminal association for allegedly receiving bribes from the Brazilian construction company Odebrecht, to benefit it with public works contracts.

Last April, Lozoya Austin avoided, for now, be charged with a third count of tax fraudThis is due to the lack of payment of the Income Tax (ISR) for the year 2016 for two million 695 thousand 985.32 pesos. He offered to pay his debt as reparation for the damage.

At the beginning of April, the former public official was about to regain his freedom by signing a reparation agreement with Pemex for the Agro Nitrogenados case and the granting of an opportunity criterion by the FGR in the Odebrecht case.

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