Prosecutor Hugo Volpe announced today that the Paraguayan government will expel the United States Iranian pilot Nader Ali Saboori Haghighi for committing "several administrative transgressions" to which he will have to respond in that country.
"We were able to determine that the action falls within the administrative act and, taking into account that both the aircraft and the administration of the license correspond to the US, the expulsion of the citizen is being carried out by administrative means and will be disposition of the American Government (American), "said Volpe after the registration of the plane.
The aircraft did not detect "any anomaly", as the prosecutor said, despite the fact that at first the detainee refused to cooperate with the search and alleged that he was carrying it was not in his possession.
However, he agreed after officials from the US government filed at the Silvio Pettirossi airport in Asunción.
Volpe said that the Migration Directorate "is finishing the expulsion and will be left in charge of the United States Government."
The Iranian was arrested in Asunción this morning after the Paraguayan authorities, with cross-checking of information from the United States, detected his presence in the country.
Saboori arrived in Paraguay on September 5, from Cochabamba, Bolivia, where he stopped for three hours to refuel, according to the secretary general at the National Direction of Civil Aeronautics (Dinac), Adriano Ramírez.
Ramírez pointed out that the fact that he had the license revoked since 2006 was "an indication to investigate why he is" in Paraguay and highlighted the collaboration with the United States. in the process.
At first, the detention of a Venezuelan citizen was also reported, a fact that was later denied, since according to the Migrations they have already left the country, however, the Public Prosecutor's Office issued an arrest warrant against him.
The detainee served 27 months in prison in the United States, after a court in Houston (Texas) convicted him in 2015 for using stolen information from a US pilot to obtain a license from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). English) of commercial pilot and flight instructor.
In addition, it also has a track record in Europe, where it crashed an airplane in 2012 on the Danish island of Bornholm, in the Baltic Sea.
After that accident, and being charged in Denmark and Germany, he returned to Iran, passed through Indonesia and was finally arrested in Panama in 2014, according to data from the US Department of Justice and the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Justice. Transportation.