Interpol issued an arrest warrant in 190 countries against the Ex-CEO of Amazon Mexico, Juan Carlos García.
The former executive director of Amazon Mexico, Juan Carlos García , is a fugitive from justice after a hit man accused him of having paid him and an accomplice 9 thousand dollars to kill his wife, Abril Pérez Sagaón , in 2019.
As if that were not enough, one of the gunmen testified that Garcia offered him an additional $2,500 if his wife was killed before the next court hearing where she had sued him.
As recalled, Pérez had filed for divorce from her husband after she accused him of trying to kill her when he hit her with a baseball bat in 2019. She was in Mexico City for a scheduled hearing when a man on a motorcycle he was fatally shot on November 25 of the same year.
The trial for Pérez ‘s murder began on Monday, June 6, while García remains at large, for which Interpol has issued an arrest warrant in 190 countries.
Sicario identified him as the main author of the crime
One of the assassins testified in a court in Mexico City and pointed to him as the intellectual author of the act.
He even mentioned that Garcia offered an additional $2,500 if his wife was killed before the next court hearing where she had sued him.
Fled from Mexico
Garcia is said to have fled Mexico days after his wife’s murder and entered the United States – on foot – through a checkpoint near Tijuana, which borders San Diego.
Once on American soil, he wrote a letter to the mayor of Mexico City asserting his innocence.
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