The Lethbridge Herald says
Authorities in Guatemala agreed to a request from Canadian officials to keep tabs on one of two Lev Tahor families that fled Canada earlier this month, a Guatemalan immigration spokesman said Monday.
The spokesman, Fernando Lucero, said the members of the Jewish sect were in Guatemala legally and had broken no laws in the country.
“The alert was given from Canada to keep the family under surveillance,” Lucero told The Canadian Press in a telephone interview.
“No crime has been committed in Guatemala. We’re waiting to see if there is a warrant from Interpol.”
A crime was committed in Canada
, and could be repeated in Guatemala, so I hope the authorities are serious about keeping watch lest they try to flee again, which is definitely possible. This is good news that I hadn't noticed earlier, but still not fully satisfying.
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