Følg Superliga live på Flash Score.dk: 13.09.: Sønderjysk E-AC Horsens, 15.09.: AGF-Aa B, Esbjerg f B-Randers FC, Lyngby-FC Midtjylland, Hobro IK-FC København, Brøndby IF-FC Nordsjælland, 16.09.: Silkeborg IF-OB. "Kiki" Camarena Salazar (July 26, 1947 – February 9, 1985) was an American undercover agent for the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) who was abducted on February 7, 1985, and then tortured and murdered, while on assignment in Mexico.Du finder også dansk fodbold målscorere, pokalturneringer, halvlegsstillinger og fodbold slutresultater, udvisninger, gule kort, tabeloversigt, mållyd og andre live fodbold resultater.Du kan informere dig selv via dong lyd under dine kampe, når der bliver scoret.
Due to the difficulty of extraditing Mexican citizens, the DEA went as far as to detain two suspects, Humberto Álvarez Machaín, the physician who allegedly prolonged Camarena's life so the torture could continue, and Javier Vásquez Velasco; both were taken by bounty hunters to the United States.
Despite vigorous protests from the Mexican government, Álvarez was brought to trial in Los Angeles, in 1992. Supreme Court, which ruled that Álvarez was not entitled to relief.
After the government presented its case, the judge ruled that there was insufficient evidence to support a guilty verdict and ordered Álvarez's release. The four other defendants, Vásquez Velasco, Juan Ramón Matta-Ballesteros, Juan José Bernabé Ramírez, and Rubén Zuno Arce (a brother-in-law of former President Luis Echeverría), were tried and found guilty of Camarena's kidnapping.
Álvarez subsequently initiated a civil suit against the U. government, charging that his arrest had breached the U. A school, a library and a street in his home town of Calexico, California, are named after him.
The nationwide annual Red Ribbon Week, which teaches school children and youths to avoid drug use, was established in his memory. serve on the all-volunteer Board of Directors together with former DEA agents, law enforcement personnel, family and friends of Camarena's, and others who share their commitment to alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention.