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Two foreigners alleged fraudulent
One is from EU and one from Canada
February 26, 2012
For the crime of fraud and threats of death, the State Attorney and the Attorney General to investigate two foreigners.
Those involved are from USA and Canada, one of them is identified as George Salazar Barnett, who weighs against the claim number 71/2008/AG03/EXT/A in the attorney general of Jalisco, the complainant Alfonso Sanchez Navarro, 32, told the prosecutor that he had been threatened with death by an armed man who identified himself as a hitman on the orders of George Salazar Barnett.
The man explained to the prosecutor that day had left his office job, when he received a phone call from her mother, Martha Cristina Navarro Flores, who said he was a man who identified himself as "Ali" and Alfonso said he was looking for a "matter of a divorce" by the degree of Alexander, a situation that seemed odd.
The affected person after the event, told the prosecutor who worked for George Salazar Barnett, who owns a company called Minera Amajac SA de CV and Minera San Jorge, where the complainant worked as head of human resources and in an office which was located in Valparaiso Street 2598, in Colonia Providencia.
About the threat, Alfonso Salazar explained that Barnett requested a loan to him and a friend from work named Alejandro de León, who prestáramos the amount of 500 thousand pesos to pay the payroll of some employees.
Both Alfonso and Alexander had made the loan and made him sign a promissory note for one million pesos, which presumably would solve in a few days but did not.
In November 2008, Alfonso and Alexander were dismissed from the firm of Barnett Salazar without receiving severance pay, but the stranger told them flatly that if he had any complaint could kill and take the flight to the United States to prevent the action of justice.
On the other hand, was also denounced a citizen of Canada to the Attorney General's Office, by a former employee who fears being executed.
The preliminary affected by 621/2012, he told a federal prosecutor who worked with Barnett realizing Salazar and met Kelvin Williams, 58, and two men identified as Elliot Castaneda, aka "The Taco", originally from Guatemala and Ahmet Kaawach, nicknamed "Lou" of Canadian origin, who had relations with Barnett Salazar and also were executed on July 12, 2008, when both victims ate at a taco stand located at the intersection of Peter and John Buzeta Alvarez, in the Santa Teresita.
"I hear that many trips Kelvin Williams had another woman in Canada, I broke away from him and threatened to kill me if I left the job," said the woman, identified as Carolina Garcia Hernandez.
He asked federal authorities to investigate what is necessary for this cell using criminal accomplices to their employees without the top and when they learn over time and not allowed out of the criminal organization.
Currently Salazar Barnett has been retained to testify on the facts he is accused, as is allegedly living in the state of Arizona, USA.
Furthermore, according to research, it is presumed that those involved have outstanding accounts with the law in the states of Aguascalientes, Colima, Yucatan, Jalisco and Michoacan.