According to the information released by Reforma, SRE found wrong information in the process and reported to the Attorney General’s Office for this, and the Attorney General’s Office opened a document to determine whether the French were fraudulent. According to the Sagittarius lawyer, this was human error.
Mexico City (apro) .- Tigres French forward André-Pierre Gignac was investigated by the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) and found that it was provided to Immigration authorities’ information has irregularities.
La Reforma reports that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discovered an error message during the process and reported it to FGR. FGR opened the folder to verify whether the Marseille man was fraudulent. .
According to media reports, the lawyers representing the shooter at Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon claimed that inconsistencies found in data were due to human error.
Gignac, 35, will likely be called to testify before the court in the coming days.
At the 2015 Marseille Olympic Apetura Championship, the French World Cup player arrived in Tigres. He has since won four league titles at Cat Club.
Four children were born to him, with the youngest one being in Monterey.
Tigres and the players had not commented on the investigation up to Thursday morning.