A controlling judge set the businessman Fidel Kuri’s bail at 100 million pesos and tried him under house arrest; his defender said that they would submit a protection order because he believed the amount was disproportionate.
Mexico City (apro).- Fidel Kuri, a businessman, was released on bail by the Judicial District of Toluca in Mexico. He was tried on grounds of residence. Suspected fraud of 139,000,000 pesos.
The former owner of the Red Sharks Football Club has been in preventive detention at the Almoloya de Juárez Penitentiary and Social Reintegration Centre (Cereso) since September 20.
Precautions were promulgated on Wednesday, and Judge Marco Antonio Sanchez Morgan also decided that he must stay at the address of the mayor’s office of Cuajimalpa designated by Curry himself in order to comply with arraigo.
It is up to the defendant to pay 100 million pesos. He is unable to pay.
Their lawyers will seek protection for the aforementioned resolution. They believe it is unfair.
Kuri Grajales has been accused of defrauding 139.2 millions pesos and causing damage to Arrendadora Internacional Azteca SA de CV which is owned Ricardo Salinas Pliego. In order to keep the Red Sharks franchise, in La Liga MX Franchise, he requested a loan from the company.