David House director, Eric Volz, and attorney, Doctor Fabbrith Gomez, deliver their client into his mothers arms last night at Los Angeles International Airport. He had been wrongfully locked up abroad in sub-human conditions since last year.
Yesterday, The David House Agency won an innocence case we have been quitely working for several months. Our client is now free and was delieverd into his mothers arms, back on US soil, last night.
This American citizen, who had retired in the tropics, was falsely accused of frustrated femicide in Latin America. Frustrated Femicide is a new law that applies to domestic abuse cases in which victims are beaten to near death. Minimum sentence is 25 years without parole with a mandatory first 500 days in solitary confinement. While the law is good, it did NOT apply to this case. Short Case Summary with photos below:
"After nearly two years of fighting the wrongful conviction of American Jason Puracal, the charges against him have been vacated and he was released. He is back in the USA with his family.
The David House Agency managed complex legal, political, communications and cultural issues on this case - and we're very pleased that the outcome is a happy one. It's been a privilege working with the talented team of professionals that brought Jason home.”
- Eric Volz, managing director, The David House Agency
By Associated Press, Updated: Thursday, September 13, 12:06 PM
MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Relatives of a U.S. citizen jailed for nearly two years on drug and money-laundering charges in Nicaragua said Thursday they are anxiously waiting for the jail to set him free after an appeal victory was announced Wednesday.
Jason Puracal’s sister Janis said the family is hoping the jail gets the order for his release Thursday. Otherwise, a long holiday weekend could postpone his release until next week in the Central American nation.
“The fight is not over until Jason actually is walking out of the prison and comes to the United States,” his sister said. Read on...