Rafael Macedo de la Concha

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Gen. Rafael Macedo de la Concha

Rafael Macedo de la Concha (born May 6, 1950 in Mexico City) is a Mexican army general and former Attorney General in the cabinet of Vicente Fox (December 1, 2000 – April 27, 2005).

Macedo de la Concha has taught several law courses at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and at the Latin American University, where he chaired the law program. He has been assistant director of the Legal Fiduciary Department of the National Bank of Army, Navy and Air Force (Banjército) as well as judge and first magistrate of the Supreme Military Court.

Currently he is the military attaché at the Mexican Embassy in Rome

Macedo de la Concha is being accused of protecting Joaquin el Chapo Guzman Loera, the most famous living drug trafficker on the planet still at large during his time at the Procuraduria General de la Republica under former president Vicente Fox.

Preceded by
Jorge Madrazo Cuéllar
Attorney General of Mexico
2000—2005
Succeeded by
Daniel Cabeza de Vaca Hernández

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