Abinader signs extradition of Dominicans persecuted by the Spanish and Argentine justice

Luis Abinader signed the extradition of two Dominicans persecuted by the justice of Spain and Argentina.

Through Decree 737-21, the Executive authorized to extradite Richard Wilson Torres Tineo, who is wanted by the Spanish authorities for the alleged commission of the killings of Miguel Ángel Cuenca Hidalgo, alias Gorín, and Jesús Manuel Torres García, alias Jairo, which occurred on September 18, 2002.

The second extradited Dominican is Sadot Micael Taveras Donastorg. This Creole will appear before the Argentine justice accused along with other people of counterfeiting foreign currency and fraud. The decision is contained in decree 738-21.

The conditions imposed by the Dominican Government to access the extradition of Torres Tineo and Taveras Donastorg were that the death penalty or any other penalty greater than that established as the maximum in Dominican law be imposed, if found guilty.

“Said surrender in extradition is provided under the condition that the citizen Richard Wilson Torres Tineo, under no circumstances, will be tried for an offense other than those that motivate his extradition, nor will he be applied a penalty greater than that established in the Republic Dominican Republic, which is 30 years old, nor the death penalty, in the event that his guilt is proven, ”the decrees state.