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Políciaca / « A Juicio Osvaldo y sus Diarios »
    Fecha: 02 de Marzo del 2022 | Reportero(a) Manuel Cabrera

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*.. será en El Paso Texas y no en Chihuahua por difamación y calumnias: Javier Corral
A Juicio Osvaldo y sus Diarios
A Juicio Osvaldo y sus Diarios

 

*El magnate de los periódicos en Chihuahua radicado en El Paso Texas, Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda, enfrentara a la justicia norteamericana por los delitos de difamación y daño mora, al perder en Corte su apelación para ser juzgado en México.

Por Manuel Cabrera- Los delitos de calumnias y difamación por los que será juzgado en la vecina ciudad norteamericana, luego de que el Juez de la Corte del Condado, Javier Álvarez admitió su competencia, para juzgar interpuesta por el ex gobernador de Chihuahua Javier Corral Jurado, en contra de Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda y su hijo.

El magnate de y presidente de la cadena de “Los Diarios”, así como su hijo Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda, así como su hijo, Osvaldo Borunda Jiménez, ambos enfrentaran a la justicia norteamericana por los delitos de calumnias y difamación.

Luego de una campaña que desataron a lo largo de 5 años en los periódicos el Diario Digital, el Diario del Paso y el Diario de Juárez, en contra del entonces Gobernador de Chihuahua, luego de que Javier Corral se negara a darles las cantidades de publicidad que exigían, el magnate informativo dedicó su constante “línea informativa” en contra de la pasada administración estatal.

DE acuerdo a información dada a conocer en su oportunidad el también ex gobernador preso en la Florida Cesar Duarte, -quien enfrenta un proceso de extradición ya concluido, para que enfrente a la justicia mexicana, por los delitos del desvío de dinero, el cual le otorgaba a los Periódicos de Rodríguez Borunda por un monto total de los 500 millones de pesos, a lo largo de la administración de Duarte.

Sobre el particular el ex gobernador de Chihuahua, Javier Corral Jurado manifestó su agrado por la resolución del magistrado norteamericano:

“Con enorme satisfacción les comparto - por la enorme trascendencia no solo personal, sino social y binacional de esta batalla legal-, que el día de hoy hemos obtenido otro triunfo más en el juicio que por difamación y calumnias interpuse en contra del Diario Digital, el Diario del Paso y el Diario de Juárez”.

Aclara que lo importante de este juicio es el trasfondo, el método de chantaje e intimidación de extorción utilizado por los magantes dueños de los periódicos Rodríguez Borunda y su hijo Osvaldo Rodríguez Jiménez, recalco Corral.

Literalmente explicó Javier Corral: “Es otro avance muy importante que permite que el juicio entre en su etapa decisiva sobre el fondo de mi demanda: las calumnias y la difamación permanente, como método de chantaje e intimidación de los extorsionadores de Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda y su hijo Osvaldo Rodríguez Jiménez”.

 

Aún más Javier Corral proporcionó copia del documento del arraigo del juicio en El Paso Texas y no en Chihuahua, como pretendían los Señores Rodríguez.

“Les comparto los documentos que contienen la resolución del Juez y les resumo la decisión de este día:

 

Javier Corral reconoció que “ante la resolución del juez Javier ALVAREZ donde admitió la competencia y jurisdicción de la Corte del Condado de El Paso para conocer de mi demanda, los Diarios interpusieron dos mociones: una para pedir que el caso se trasladara a Chihuahua, por considerar que eran los tribunales “más convenientes”; y una segunda, para que en caso de que se quedara en el Paso, se aplicaran las leyes mexicanas. El juez desechó las dos peticiones de Los diarios, y consideró el tribunal más conveniente la Corte del Condado de El Paso, y aplicará las leyes del Estado de Texas”.

Diario de Juarez, El Diario de El Paso, and Diario Digital filed certain waivers and consents. El
Diario de Juarez, El Diario de El Paso, and Diario Digital purportedly waived "any limitations
defense that may be available to them." However, El Diario de Juarez, El Diario de El Paso, and
Diario Digital did not speciff whether their alleged waivers were for limitation defenses available
under Chihuahua law or that could be asserted in Chihuahua courts, calling into question whether
these are valid and effective waivers.
43. El Diario de Juarez, El Diario de El Paso, and Diario Digital did not offer any
evidence or legal authority regarding whether this alleged waiver or consent is enforceable under
Chihuahua laws, whether Chihuahua courts are bound by this alleged waiver or consent, or
whether a Chihuahua court may sua sponte dismiss the case for limitations or lack ofjurisdiction.
44. El Diario de Juarez, El Diario de El Paso, and Diario Digital did not offer any
evidence or legal authority regarding whether any discovery and testimony taken in this case would
be admissible in a Chihuahua court.
45. In its waiver and consent, El Diario de El Paso qualified its agreement to make its
officers, directors, editors, and journalists available to testiff in any Mexican proceeding only to
those with the ,.ability to travel to Mexico." El Diario de El Paso did not disclose whether all of
its employees would be able and amenable to travel to Mexico.
46. In their motion, Defendants listed Francisca Mufliz,EhaPerez, and Sergio Perez
Mufliz as relevant witnesses who reside in Mexico. According to Defendants, these witnesses
would testif,i about their ownership of the property that Corral purchased adjacent to his home.
However, based on an article published by El Diario de Juarez on September 29,2019 titled, "Sale
of Lot Seized by Corral is Blocked," these alleged witnesses have been dead for several years and
are therefore unavailable to testiff in this case'
47. In their motion, Defendants listed fucardo Alvarez Chabre, who was the seller ofthe property adjoining Corral's home, as a relevant witness who resides in Mexico. However,
Ricardo Alvarez Chabre passed away and is no longer available to testifu in this case.
48. Without offering any proof of their whereabouts, Defendants also allegedly seek to
elicit testimony of Maria del Carmen Castillo, Homero Valenzuela Campos, Antonio Nevarez
Rodriguez, and the corporate representative of Banco Inverlat. Defendants maintain that these
alleged witnesses had liens on the property adjoining Corral's home at the time he purchased the
property. However, Defendants assume, without providing any evidence, that these alleged
lienholders reside in Mexico. Without any evidence of their domicile, the Court cannot assume
that these witnesses reside in Mexico. Even assuming that these witnesses are in Mexico,
Defendants did not present any proof that these alleged witnesses would not agree to voluntarily
testiff in Texas. Finally, the other alleged lienholder, Banco Inverlat, is no longer in business.
Absent any proof by Defendants, the current location of these witnesses is unknown and there is
no proof of their reluctance to voluntarily testify in this forum.
49. In their motion, Defendants also listed several of their employees as relevant
witnesses. As employees of Defendants, they are subject to the control of their employer who can
compel them to testiff in this Court.
50. The employees, editors, reporters, and publishers of El Diario de El Paso either
reside or work in El Paso County, Texas and could therefore be compelled under Texas law or
court order to testifu in a deposition, hearing, or trial in this forum.
51. The shareholders, directors, and officers of El Diario de Juarez, El Diario de El
Paso, and Diario Digital, including but not limited to Osvaldo Rodriguez Borunda, Osvaldo
Rodriguez, Jr., Adrian Rodriguez, and Gerardo Rodriguez, also reside and work in El Paso County,
Texas. As residents of El Paso County, these witnesses could be compelled under Texas law or
court order to testiff in a deposition, hearing, or trial in this forum.52. Corral, as the plaintiff in this case, will voluntarily testifu in this forum.
53. Ana Luisa Solis Miranda is the granddaughter of EsperanzaMiranda, who sold her
home to Corral. She can testiff about the mental condition of her grandmother. Ms. Solis averred
in a sworn declaration under penalty of perjury to voluntarily testiff in any deposition or any
hearing, proceeding, or trial in this forum.
54. Guadalupe Angelica Escobedo Dominguez is a witness to the sale of one of Corral's
properties. Ms. Escobedo averred in a sworn declaration under penalty of perjury to voluntarily
testiff in any deposition or any hearing, proceeding, or trial in this forum.
55. Enrique Torres is a witness to the sale of one of Corral's properties. Mr. Torres
averred in a swom declaration under penalty of perjury to voluntarily testiff in any deposition or
any hearing, proceeding, or trial in this forum'
56. For any alleged remaining witnesses in Mexico, the parties can take their oral or
written deposition pursuant to the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure and applicable international
treaties. Mexico is a signatory to several international treaties on judicial assistance, service of
judicial documents, taking of evidence, and/or the performance of other procedural acts abroad,
which would facilitate the gathering of evidence and sworn testimony from relevant witnesses, all
of which would be admissible in this forum.
57. Furthermore, most of the relevant documents in this case are located in El Paso
County, Texas and properly translated to English. In fact, prior to filing the motion to dismiss, El
Diario de Juarez and El Diario de El Paso engaged in merits-based discovery. Specifically, El
Diario de Juarez and El Diario de El Paso requested Corral to provide sworn answers to
interrogatories and produce hundreds of documents related to the merits and affirmative defenses
of this case.
58. In response to these discovery requests, Corral produced hundreds of pages of
9documents, including but not limited to the newspaper articles of El Diario de Juarez,the headlines
of El Diario de El Paso, the promissory note for the purchase of the adjacent lot to Corral's home,
the case file of the Mexican judicial auction for the property adjacent to Corral's home, and the
alleged liens on the adjoining property. All of these documents were translated by a certified
translator to English. In return, Defendants produced and translated documents related to the
Mexican Intestate Succession Probate Proceedings, the Mexican Public Registry for Property and
Notaries, the Mexican Assets and Interests Statement for Public Servants, and the psychiatric
report of Yolanda Miranda. Defendants claims these documents demonstrate that Corral is not the
lawful owner of the property he purchased adjacent to his home and that he unlawfully took
advantage of a woman with alleged diminished mental capacity when he purchased his current
home. Thus, the parties have already exchanged most of the documents regarding the merits and
defenses raised in this case.
59. Moreover, not only have they engaged in meaningful discovery, El Diario de Juarez
and El Diario de El Paso also requested Corral to provide documentary proof of the alleged falsity
of their publications prior to the filing of this suit.
60. On or about December lO,2}lg, Corral sent a letter to El Diario de Juarez and El
Diario de El paso pursuant to the Texas Defamation Mitigation Act requesting that they publish a
correction, clarification, or retraction of the publications complained of in the same manner and
medium as the original publications. In response, on or about January 7,2020, El Diario de Juarez
and El Diario de El paso sent a letter refusing to publish any correction, clarification, or retraction.
Unsure that El Diario de Juarez and El Diario de El Paso had made a formal demand for proof
from Corral of the falsity of the publications pursuant to Section 73.056(a) of the Texas
Defamation Mitigation Act, Corral sent a letter seeking clarification. On January 8,2020, El
Diario de Juarez and El Diario de El Paso confirmed that they had made a formal demand for proof
10from Corral of the alleged falsity of the publications pursuant to Section 73.056(a) of the Texas
Defamation Mitigation Act. In response, on January 28,2020, El Diario de Juarez and El Diario
de El Paso sent a letter to El Diario de Juarez and EI Diario de El Paso providing a detailed
explanation and extensive documentary proof of the alleged falsity of the publications. Thus,
pursuant to the Texas Defamation Mitigation Act, El Diario de Juarez and El Diario de El Paso
have had documentary proof of the alleged falsity of their defamatory articles for over two years
in El Paso County. Therefore, most of the relevant documents are in El Paso with proper English
translation.
61. It would not be burdensome or unusual for the Court to consider the need of Spanish
translators for any testifying witnesses. The Court is properly equipped with certified Spanish
translators, especially in light of its close proximity to Mexico and the large population of Spanish
speakers in El Paso CountY.
62. If the Court were to dismiss this case after almost two years of extensive discovery
and document production, it would result in a great loss of time and resources for the parties. It is
questionable whether any of this discovery, which includes sworn answers to interrogatories and
responses to request for admissions would be admissible in a court in Mexico. Altematively, if
these sworn answers to interrogatories and responses to request for admissions would be
admissible in a court in Mexico, they would have to be translated to Spanish- This would be
wasteful and expensive and cause further delay and expense to the parties. Therefore, the parties
have already engaged in substantive merits-based discovery, which has been available in Texas
with certified English translation.
63. Defendants maintain that, if viewing the properties becomes necessary, that would
not be possible if the case were to remain in El Paso County. However, Defendants do not explain
or justiff under which circumstances a site inspection would be necessary, especially in a
11defamation case based on the publication of newspaper articles. The parties have photos of the
properties and the ability to view the properties online, which would render any inspection
unnecessary. Moreover, an inspection of the properties would likely be moot since the properties
have been altered in the two years since the publication of the defamatory articles.
64. Defendants contend that the Court will need expert witnesses to opine on the
defamation or libel laws in Mexico. However, the laws of the State of Texas-not Chihuahua,
Mexico-will control this proceeding. In the special appearance hearing, which the Court takes
judicial notice, Osvaldo Rodriguez admitted that the El Diario de Juarez newspaper is circulated
and distributed in El Paso County. He further admitted that the alleged defamatory articles
published by El Diario de Juarez were circulated and distributed in El Paso County, as well as the
alleged defamatory headlines published by El Diario de El Paso. With the application of Texas
law, it would not be necessary for a Mexican legal expert to testiff about Mexican defamation,
libel, or slander laws.
65. Defendants further maintain that the Court should dismiss this case because, if
Corral were to be successful in his suit, he would have to domesticate his final judgment in Mexico
against El Diario de Juarez and Diario Digital. However, this is not an issue that prejudices El
Diario de Juarez or Diario Digital. To the contrary, if Corral obtains a judgment against El Diario
de Juarez or Diario Digital and experiences difficulty domesticating the judgment in Mexico, that
actually favors Defendants. On the flip side, if Conal were able to sue and obtain a judgment in
Mexico against El Diario de El Paso, he would have the same domestication issues in Texas on a
Mexican foreign j udgment.
66. There is local interest in having this localized controversy decided in this forum.
The alleged defamatory articles and headlines about Corral were circulated, distributed, and sold
in El Paso County and Corral has allegedly suffered harm in this forum.
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67. Because Texas law governs this action, there is local interest in having the trial of
the case in this forum. Moreover, since Texas law would apply in this case, there would not be
any unnecessary problems in conflict of laws or the application of foreign laws in this case.
68. The citizens of El Paso County would not be unduly burdened with serving as jurors
in this case.
69. Despite the COVID-l9 pandemic, the international bridges between the United
States and Mexico are currently open and operational, which enables travel between the two
countries. There is no evidence regarding any expected future bridge closures.
70. It is highly unlikely that Corral would receive a fair trial or basic justice in Mexico
for the reasons raised in Corral's response to Defendants' motion to dismiss for forum non
conveniens and at the court hearing regarding same.
71. To the extent that any of these findings are erroneously denominated Findings of
Fact but are Conclusions of Law, they shall be deemed Conclusions of Law for all purposes.
CONCLUSIONS OF LAW
1. "A trial court will exercise the doctrine of forum non conveniens when it determines
that, for the convenience of the litigants and witnesses and in the interest of justice, the action
should be instituted in another forum." Vinmar Trade Fin., Ltd. v. Util. Trailers de Mex., S.A. de
C.V.,336 S.W.3d 664,672 (Tex. App.-Houston [1st Dist.] 2011, no pet.). "The'central focus
of the forum non conveniens inquiry is convenience."' 1d (quoting Quixtar Inc. v. Signature
Management Team, LLC,315 S.W.3d 28,33 (Tex. 2010)).
2. The United States Supreme Court set out the framework for analyzing forum non
conveniens in an international context in Piper Aircraft Co. v. Reyno,454 U.S. 235,249 (1981),
and Texas courts have adopted such framework. See Vinmar,336 S.W.3d at672-73 (adopting
Piper Aircraft to determine forum non conveniens motion). First, "the defendant has the initial
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burden to determine that an available, alternate forum exists." Tullis v. Georgia-Pac. Corp.,45
S.W.3d 118, 130 (Tex. App.-Fort Worth 2000, no pet.) (citing Sarieddine v. Moussa,820 S.W.2d
837 , 841 (Tex. App.-Dallas 1991, writ denied)). "A "foreign forum is available when the entire
case and all the parties can come within the jurisdiction of that forum." .Id Second, the court must
determine which forum is best suited to the litigation. See Piper Airuaft,454 U.S. at255. In
performing this second step, a court must consider whether certain private and public interest
factors weigh in favor of dismissal. Gulf Oil Corp. v. Gilbert,33O U.S. 501, 508 Qgafl; Vinmar,
336 S.W.3d at 672. A court must be mindful that "the ultimate inquiry is where trial will best
serve the convenience of the parties and the interests of justice." Koster v. Am. Lumbermens
Mutual Casualty Co.,330 U.S. 518, 527 Q9a7); Vinmar,336 S.W.3d at 672. The determination
of whether to grant or deny a motion to dismiss based on forum non conveniens is committed to
the sound discretion of the trial court. See also Alvarez Gottwald v. Dominguez de Cano, 568
S.W.3d 241,245 (Tex. App.-El Paso 2019, no pet.).
3. For a case to be dismissed for forum non conveniens, there must be another forum
that could hear the case. Vinmar,336 S.W.3d at 674; Piper Aircraft,454 U.S. at254 n.22. An
altemative forum exists when it is both available and adequate. Vinmar,336 S.W.3d at674; Saqui
v. Pride Cent. Americo, LLCA,595 F.3d 206,211 (5th Cir. 2010). A "foreign forum is available
when the entire case and all the parties can come within the jurisdiction of that forum." Vinmar,
336 S.W.3d at674 (quoting Sarieddinev. Moussa,82O S.W.2d 837,841 (Tex. App.-Dallas 1991,
writ denied;. "An alternative forum is adequate if the parties will not be deprived of all remedies
or treated unfairly, even though they may not enjoy the same benefits as they might receive in an
American court." In re Pirelli Tire,247 S.W.3d at 678 (orig. proceeding) (quoting Vasquez v.
Bridgestone/Firestone, lnc.,325 F.3d 665,671 (5th Cir. 2003)). "The substantive law of the
foreign forum is presumed to be adequate unless the plaintiff makes some showing to the contrary,
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or unless conditions in the foreign forum made known to the court, plainly demonstrate that the
plaintiff is highly unlikely to obtain basic justice there."' Vinmar,336 S.W.3d at 674 (quoting
Dtex, 508 F .3d at 796).
4. The Court finds and concludes that the State of Chihuahua, Mexico is not an
available or adequate forum.
5. Even if the State of Chihuahua is an available forum, the private interest factors
weigh against dismissing this case. The Court considered the private interest factors, including (i)
the ease of access to evidence, (ii) the availability of compulsory process for the attendance of
unwilling witnesses, (iii) the cost of obtaining attendance of willing witnesses, and (iv) the
possibility of a view of the premises, and (v) any other practical factors that make trial expeditious
and inexpensive.
6. The Court finds that each private interest weighs against dismissal of this case.
7. The Court also considered the public interest factors, including (i) the
administrative diffrculties flowing from court congestion, (ii) the local interest in having localized
controversies decided at home, (iii) the interest in having the trial of a case in a forum that is at
home with the law that must govern the action, (iv) the avoidance of unnecessary problems in
conflict of laws or in the application of foreign law, and (v) the unfairness of burdening citizens in
an unrelated forum with jury duty. Quixtar,3l5 S.W.3d at33-34.
8. The Court also finds that the public interest factors also weigh against dismissal of
this case.
9. The Court admits all the exhibits offered by Corral at the court hearing on
Defendants' motion to dismiss for forum non conveniens.
10. Accordingly, the Court denies Defendants' motions to dismiss for forum non
conveniens.
l51 1. To the extent that any of these conclusions are erroneously denominated
Conclusions of Law, but are Findings of Fact, they shall be deemed Findings of Fact for all
purposes.
sIGNED on this E , ,, 4n 2022.
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