CJNG: Daughter of “El Mencho” will be released from prison in 2022

Jessica Oseguera Gonzalez, daughter of drug trafficker Nemesio Oseguera “The Mencho“, leader of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel (CJNG) could be released in April 2022.

After pleading guilty, the 35-year-old woman was sentenced to 30 months in prison and paid a $ 20,000 fine for running and managing money-laundering companies in the United States. However, so far it has not been clarified where he is serving his sentence, since the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is not in your custody.

These businesses, which were booked in 2015 for money laundering for Los Cuinis (arm of the CJNG), are: Las Flores Cabañas, Mizu Sushi Lounge, Tequila Onze Black and Operadora Los Famosos SA de CV, J&P Advertising SA de CV and JJGON SPR de RL de CV, according to the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

This is natural because the United States Government keeps the location of high-profile drug traffickers or people close to them secret.

What did Jessica Oseguera say during the hearing?

During your sentencing hearing Jessica Oseguera assured that the time she was incarcerated and without receiving visits due to the pandemic of the Covid-19It was the hardest he has ever gone through in his life.

Before the judge Beryl Howell He asked for a second chance to watch his children grow up and become responsible men and women. He assured that he learned his lesson and would never commit a crime again. He also said that his isolation for more than a year allowed him to think about his decisions and the impact they have had on his family.

The judge’s response was a two-year sentence on other charges, but she would serve it simultaneously, in addition to a $ 5 million fine. This, considering that he had no criminal record and showing remorse for his actions-

With information from Univision Noticias


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