Trasciende vídeo de la presunta reunión entre Tony Hernández y el “Cachiro” Devis Maradiaga.
By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon, ThreadHonduras – The Source – The Root – etcSDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 11 – The prosecution of the brother of Honduras' president for guns and drug running began with a bang on October 2 with the charge that already life imprisoned El Chapo Guzman gave the defendant $1 million for this brother, the president. On October 8, sworn witness Alex Ardon further described the meeting, with both El Chapo and Tony Hernandez present and the cash in plastic bags, and then got cross examined about killing 56 people, see thread, Patreon and below.The trial is before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge P. Kevin Castel and Inner City Press is live tweeting it. See also Patreon here on the fast mention and shut-down of Nikki Haley's name. On October 11 much of the direct and cross examination concerned a video filmed of Tony Hernandez in a Denny's in Tegucigalpa, which Inner City Press has put online here. Here from the thread is some of how it came up:… The questioning turns to Los Cachiros, Devis Leonel Rivera Maradiaga ..AUSA: So this meeting in a restaurant in Tegucigalpa, how did you record it? [Referring to exhibit 401]. A: With a watch. AUSA: Where did you get the watch? A: I bought it. AUSA: And afterward you gave the recording to the DEA? A: Yes….Tony H's lawyer asking a lot of questions about the watch-recording in Denny's: who decided when to turn on the camera and when to turn it off, did it use blue tooth… Q: How did you turn over the footage to the DEA? A: On a cardTony H's lawyer: Weren't you afraid you would be followed?A: No, I had just bribed the brother of the president… On October 10 there were arguments until the end of the day about whether larger portions of Tony Hernandez' post arrest statement than so far shown to the jury should come in to evidence. Judge Castel chided the defense for not objecting earlier, but gave them a chance. He said both sides should submit on the issue by Sunday and noon.
Posted by Inner City Press on Friday, October 11, 2019