U.S. Extradites Alleged Mexican Murderer

On December 29, 2011, the United States government extradited Joshua Moses Morales, a Mexican national accused of killing the two-year old daughter of his girlfriend in Tijuana, Mexico.  Morales, a U.S. citizen, fled the country after the death, but was arrested by U.S. authorities a year later, and later extradited.  While the U.S. does not always agree to extradite its citizens, in this instance, a desire for closer cooperation with Mexico may have helped influence the decision.  U.S. and Mexican agencies are working closely together in combatting drug trafficking and violence, but the continued pressure has strained relations to some extent.

 

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