Interpol launches search and arrest warrant against TV presenter Laura Bozzo, wanted in Mexico for tax evasion
The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) has issued a red card for the search and capture of Peruvian-Mexican television presenter Laura Bozzo, requested by Mexican justice for tax evasion.
With the issuance of the red flyer, Bozzo, famous for his memorable program “Laura in America”, is wanted in 195 countries. The order was issued at the request of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) of Mexico, reviewed Millennium.
Bozzo was linked to a process for his alleged responsibility in the sale of a property which was entered by the Tax Administration Service (SAT), dependent on the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.
The property in the possession of the authorities guaranteed the payment of a tax debt of 12.7 million pesos (approximately $ 627.00).
A few weeks ago, a judge of the Federal Judicial Council (CJF) ordered the arrest of the presenter, after the deadline for her to go, voluntarily, to be admitted to the Penitentiary and Social Reinsertion Center of Santiaguito, located in the municipality of Almoloya de Juárez, State of Mexico.
The driver’s legal team requested an appeal to prevent Bozzo’s admission to Santiaguito prison, but Juan Miguel Ortiz Marmolejo, ninth district judge on Amparo and the federal trials in Edomex, denied the request.
In his ruling, Ortiz said the famous woman did not appear in court and hand over her passport, as requested.
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