The former head of the Judicial Police of Puebla, Hugo Adolfo Karam Beltrán, took advantage of that Kamel Nacif Borge, ‘The denim king’, was exonerated of having committed kidnapping and torture against the journalist Lydia Cacho Ribeiro and requested the suspension of the arrest warrant against him for the same crimes.
Via Twitter, the author of ‘The Demons of Eden’, a book in which she exhibits an alleged child pornography network led by the Lebanese textile manufacturer and the former governor Mario Marin Torres, revealed that this Wednesday the legal defense of the former marinist official is trying to match the legal route with which he was exonerated Kamel nacif.
“Today (Wednesday) it was notified that the former Director of the Judicial Police of Puebla, Adolfo Karam requested the suspension of the execution of the arrest warrant against him. This taking advantage of the sentence in favor of Kamel Nacif. # Judicial Corruption “.
It should be remembered that last Tuesday the Third Collegiate Court, based in Cancun Quintana Roo, exonerated Nacif Borge from having participated in the crimes of torture and kidnapping allegedly committed in December 2005, arguing that “it was not proven that he was a public official at the time the constitutive acts against the journalist Lydia Cacho were recorded. “.
This way, the arrest warrant against Kamel Nacif was without effect and he can no longer be detained, a situation that Cacho Ribeiro warned could be used by other characters involved to evade responsibility for the events that occurred against him and, in his opinion, show corruption in the Mexican judicial system.
Who is Adolfo Karam?
Hugo Adolfo Karam Beltrán he was director of the extinct Puebla Judicial Police in the government of Mario Marin Torres, who is now imprisoned in Cancún, Quintana Roo, for his probable participation in the kidnapping and torture of Lydia Cacho.
In 2019 a judge issued an arrest warrant against him and since then his whereabouts are unknown.
His immersion in the case is due to the fact that he would have ordered two elements of his dependency, after Marín’s demand, to detain Lydia cacho, in December 2005, for the crimes of defamation and slander against Kamel nacif, by exhibiting it in his book ‘The Demons of Eden’.
On her transfer to Puebla, Karam instructed the agents to transfer the journalist without the least care, so she became ill on the trip and even presented a severe picture of respiratory diseases, which she suffered while she was confined in the San Miguel prison until pay a deposit of more than 100,000 pesos.