Kingpin Violating | Daughter of Mexican Drug Lord In Jail: As a dual US citizen, Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG), Hence a Mexican daughter of the Mexican drug trafficking organization, sentences to 30 months in prison on Thursday for involving financially with Mexican companies that identify by the U.S. Department of Foreign Asset Control, as specially designate drug smugglers (OFAC).
Kingpin Violating | Daughter of Mexican Drug Lord In Jail
Jessica Johanna of Guadalajara, Mexico, entering into a guilty plea on March 12, 2021. Therefore she sentences to five years in prison. Also, she violates the criminal penalties of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act) by engaging in transactions. And dealings in real estate with six Mexican businesses. Which sanction the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) as specially designating narcotics traffickers between September 2015 and September 2017.
According to court documents. The six businesses are singling out for providing material support to the CJNG’s narcotics trafficking activities. Which are themselves single out by OFAC in April 2015 for their involvement in narcotics trafficking. Also, the individuals sanctioned by OFAC in April 2015, Oseguera Gonzalez’ father, Nemesio Ruben Oseguera Cervantes, aka “El Mencho,” the leader of the CJNG drug trafficking organization, as well as her uncle, Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, the leader of the Los Cuinis drug trafficking organization, also name.
Although, the documents allege that Oseguera Gonzalez owned two Mexican companies designates by OFAC, J&P Advertising, doing business as Kenzo Sushi She do not seek license from OFAC to do financial transactions following the designations by OFAC.
In this sentence, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) made it clear that enforcement. So the Treasury Department’s sanctions on businesses and people tied to foreign drug cartels will not go unpunished.
Furthermore, the Kingpin Act is a powerful instrument in the US government. As an unstinting attempt to remove drug cartels. And are not hesitating in prosecution of those who supports big drug smugglers.
A prominent person who deliberately violated the sentence therefore.
The Kingpin Act thus helped the CJNG organisation by engaging in criminal transactions. Show our firm commitment to bring to justice those who fail to comply with the law and jeopardise public security.
Anyone that gives the drug cartels financial support. That brings strong and addictive drugs to our communities makes us accountable.
Furthermore, the U.S. Marshals Service and, consequently, the Foreign Asset Control Office (OFAC) of the Treasury Department helped promote the survey.