Nimrod Tillett Remanded for Possible Extradition to Mexico on Murder Charge

Nimrod Tillett Remanded for Possible Extradition to Mexico on Murder Charge

Nimrod Tillett, who walked free of a murder charge before is back before the courts again charged with murder but this one was allegedly done in Mexico. Tillett appeared in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, after the Attorney General’s Ministry filed an application to have him remanded while a request for his extradition to Mexico is being sought. Crown Counsel Stacie Martinez represented the Attorney General in the matter and explained that Tillett was wanted for the murder of a woman back in 2019 and that more details would be shared once the extradition request has been granted. When asked about the charge, Tillett, who was unrepresented, said that this was the third time he was being remanded in relation to this matter and pleaded with the court not to send him to prison as he is still recovering from being shot back in July. Despite his plea, he was remanded to the Belize Central Prison for sixty days. The Chief Magistrate told the AG’s ministry that if no substantial evidence is presented at the end of the sixty days, the charge will be thrown out. Tillett was then wheeled out of the in a wheelchair and placed on the prison bus.

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