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12/12/2012 09:52 am ET

Businessman Linked To Plane Carrying Jenni Rivera Falsified Flight Logs, Convicted on Drug Charges

A Mexican businessman linked to the company whose jet crashed near Monterrey, Mexico on Sunday, killing star singer Jenni Rivera, 43, and six other people, has been convicted of falsifying aircraft records, counterfeiting government inspection stamps, and drug-trafficking charges, court records show.

The businessman, Christian E. Esquino Nuñez, also owes millions in state and federal taxes and even an undisclosed amount to the norteño band Los Tigres del Norte, according to state and court records examined by Univision News.

Read more on ABC News/Univision

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