(ANSA) – BOGOTÁ, APRIL 21 – The Mexican police have recently captured in the exclusive sector of Coyoacán, in Mexico City, Eduard Fernando Giraldo, known by the nickname of ‘Boliqueso’, considered one of the most important drug traffickers in America Latin.
The confirmation of the operation and his immediate extradition to Colombia, writes the newspaper El Tiempo of Bogotà, was communicated by the director of the national police, General Jorge Luis Vargas, according to which ‘Boliqueso’ was involved in the trafficking of cocaine in Central America. Europe, the United States and the United Arab Emirates.
The senior official also assured that Giraldo has operated in the last 15 years in connection with other Mafia bosses around the world, and that he will have to appear before a New York district court to answer for the accusation of having facilitated an important trafficking of cocaine to the United States.
The Colombian National Police argued that the capture of ‘Boliqueso’ was carried out with the collaboration of the Mexican, British and American authorities, and that it probably constitutes “the most important blow to drug trafficking since the capture of Dairo Antonio Úsuga David, aka Otoniel “, ‘Otoniel’, chief executive of the drug trafficking organization Clan del Golfo.
In the past Giraldo had been captured for the first time in Brazil in April 2016, where a judge, however, decided to release him in November 2018. (ANSA).