The Administration for Drug Control (DEA) announced the capture of Jessica Johana Oseguera, daughter of the Michoacan boss Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, known as “El Mencho”, alleged leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG). The woman was arrested on the afternoon of February 26 in Washington D.C., confirmed the lawyer of the family, Víctor Beltrán García to The universal.
The arrest warrant against him was issued by the crime of operations with resources of illicit origin, better known as money laundering, which one I had been acquitted in Mexico. The lawyer assured that the governments of Mexico and the United States find themselves “plotting lies against their client”. He added that, right now, the now detained woman is no longer blacklisted by the Treasury Department as the owner of companies with organized crime links.
This occurs in the framework of the United States extradition of the other son of “El Mencho”, Rubén Oseguera González, who is known as “El Menchito”, in addition to the capture of his mother, Rosalinda González Valencia, in 2018.
Among other things, he said that in the US power there are no reasons for charges to be attributed, since women do not have business in that country, in addition to an amparo had already been approved in his favor in Mexico, because the matter began in 2017 and concluded with the approval of the appeal in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco.
The detention of the now imputed born in Michoacán It was signed on February 16, despite the fact that the matter ended in 2018 in Mexico.
“El Menchito” and his possible life imprisonment
Having been arrested July 23, 2015, Ruben Oseguera González, aka “El Menchito” has been accused of criminal association and for being the second in command of the CJNG. He was admitted to the Federal Center for Social Readaptation (Cefereso) of Chiapas, where he was transferred in September 2019 to the maximum security wing of a federal prison in Hermosillo, Sonora, with the aim of preventing its escape.
The United States government requested that he be extradited because he is charged in that country charges for conspiring to traffic several kilos of drugs, five to be exact. However, if your transfer to that nation is approved, the son of Nemesio Oseguera, is in danger of being sentenced to life imprisonment.
Given this possibility, lawyerBeltrán García, filed a complaint with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in which he pointed out, according to the document referred to with Millennium Daily, what Judges, magistrates and advisers of the Mexican Judiciary incurred actions against “El Menchito”, which consisted of anomalies related to the extradition process, also denounced before the Federal Judiciary Council (CJF) and the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) without any response.