Interpol issued a red notice in more than 190 countries to search for and locate Mexican businessman Miguel Alemán Magnani, founder of Interjet airline, who is accused of tax fraud for 65 million pesos.
According to information from the Federal Government, such alert from the International Criminal Police Organization was issued two weeks ago, after a request was made to the Interpol headquarters in France, where the businessman is allegedly located.
On July 9, the National Migration Institute (INM) alerted that Alemán Magnani had left Mexico, since it registered the last departure of the businessman from Toluca International Airport on January 31, 2021.
However, that same day, on July 9, the businessman's lawyer, Francisco Javier Mondragón Alarcón, denied that Alemán Magnani had fled the country, but that, he said, he had left to look for investors for ABC Aerolíneas and to make business proposals with investment funds from the United States, France and Europe.
On July 8, 2021, at the request of the Attorney General's Office (FGR), a federal judge issued an arrest warrant against the grandson of the former President of Mexico, Miguel Alemán Valdés, and son of the former Governor of Veracruz, Miguel Alemán Velasco, for allegedly defrauding the Tax Administration Service (SAT) of 66 million 285 thousand 195 pesos.