Criminal imprisoned in Zulia is required by Colombia

Rubén Darío Urdaneta Montiel (35), alias Rubencito, has an open file in Venezuela for the crime of corruption and is also required from Colombia where he is accused of committing a kidnapping.

Both criminal proceedings are described in judgment 214 of the Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice, published on June 1 and drafted by magistrate Maikel Moreno.

Said sentence refers that Rubencito was arrested on April 15 in the Ciudad Losada urban development, Maracaibo (Zulia), “a place of comfort for the members of various structured organized crime groups,” according to the description made by the National Anti-Extortion and Kidnapping Command. (Cones).

The criminals stationed in that sector of the Zulia capital were armed with firearms and were dedicated to intimidating the neighbors.

Within minutes of the subject’s arrest, he asked a military officer if he could do “something” for him in exchange for $200. Because of this, the Public Prosecutor charged him with persuasion and inducement to commit crimes against public officials, established in article 70 of the Law against Corruption and resistance to authority, according to the act of the 8th Zulia Municipal Control Court.

Before that arrest, Colombia had already requested Interpol to publish a blue alert so that the member countries of the aforementioned police organization offer information related to alias Rubencito. This, because the subject is accused of participating in the kidnapping of the merchant Luz Mery Jurado, which occurred on July 13, 2022 in Dibulla, La Guajira, Colombia. The woman was kidnapped for 55 days.

Given this requirement, the Criminal Chamber granted Colombia 90 days to formalize the extradition request in Venezuela with the required documentation, which includes “the means of proof so that (Rubencito) can be prosecuted in Venezuelan territory.”

The magistrates argued that because he is a Venezuelan, the Magna Carta prohibits his extradition. And in the event that Colombia does not present the required documentation, the deprivation of liberty that weighs on that person “regarding this extradition procedure” will be without effect.

A similar decision was made by the magistrates in relation to the extradition proposed by Peru on Yulian Enrique Ovalles Díaz, who has an open file in the Tenth Unipersonal Criminal Court-Iquito Headquarters of the Superior Court of Justice of Lima since last February 23.

The event attributed to Ovalles Díaz occurred on January 28, 2021 in Oyon, Department of Lima, Peru, when the Venezuelan was traveling on a motorcycle with a forged license. That is why they charge him with the crime of using a false public document.

Ovalles Díaz was captured on April 21 in Borburata (Carabobo) according to the Cicpc-Puerto Cabello report. The Criminal Chamber granted Peru 60 days to record the formal request for extradition, according to the sentence.

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