He has been at large since the federal judge of the State of Mexico issued an arrest warrant against him and other former directors, consultants and lawyers of the cement company on July 30, 2020, and has been charged with organized crime and money crimes. Money laundering.
Mexico City (apro).- The First University Court of Mexico City’s First Circuit Civil Case finally ruled that Guillermo “Billy” Álvarez Cuevas was excluded from the presidency of Cooperativa Cruz Azul, SCL, and Cruz Azul Football Club.
Therefore, the measures confirmed by the new government on Monday confirmed the cooperative’s meeting on September 29, 2018, in which Jose Antonio Marin Gutierrez and Victor Manuel Vela were appointed Skaez Rangel is the chairman of the Cement Plant Management and Supervision Committee, among which are “Billy” Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Alvarez (Billy) Al Billy Alvarez Billy Alvarez Billy Alvarez Billy Alvarez Billy Alvarez is too early More than a year after leaving
The verdict was pronounced last Thursday, September 9, Document 92/2021, derived from the protection lawsuit filed by the representative of the cooperative Federico Sarabia against the above appointments, after the Seventh Civil Chamber announced that these appointments were valid as judges of the High Court of Mexico City.
Since July 30, 2020, Guillermo Álvarez Cuevas has been at large. He was accused of Organized crime, money laundering, and a crime. A federal judge in Mexico issued an arrest warrant for him and the other former directors, lawyers, and consultants of the cement company.
An arrest warrant was also requested for the brother-in-law of “Billy” Alvarez, the cooperative and the former legal director of Cruz Azul Football Club, Victor Manuel Gases Rojo; Mario Sánchez Álvarez, former financial Director; Ángel Martín Junquera Sepúlveda (former external legal counsel) and Eduardo Borrel (former legal director) were told that they obtained resources from cement companies.