Friday, June 8, 2012

"Queen of The Pacific" On Her Way To The US

Borderland Beat

In this Sept. 28, 2007 file photo released by the Mexican Attorney General's Office, or PGR, Sandra Avila Beltran, dubbed the Queen of the Pacific, smiles after she was arrested by federal agents outside a restaurant in southern Mexico City. A panel of Mexican judges on Thursday, June 7, 2012, agreed to extradite accused drug trafficker Avila Beltran known as the "Queen of the Pacific" to the U.S. so she can face cocaine dealing charges. (AP Photo/PGR, File)

Mexico agrees to the extradiction, but limits charges sought

 A panel of Mexican judges on Thursday agreed to the extradition of a suspected drug trafficker known as the "Queen of the Pacific," who is wanted in the United States on cocaine-related charges.
The three federal appellate judges said Sandra Avila Beltran could be tried outside of Mexico, but only on one of the two charges prosecutors sought.
Avila cannot be tried for the seizure of more than nine tons of U.S.-bound cocaine off a vessel in Mexico's western port of Manzanillo because a Mexican judge acquitted her in that case in December 2010. An appeals court upheld the verdict last August.
Previous requests to extradite the high-profile suspect have been denied twice by a panel and then by a judge, who argued that the confiscation of the nine tons of cocaine would inevitably be part of the foreign trial.
But the judges on Thursday ruled that Beltran has to answer to a charge stemming from several seizures in Chicago in 2001 that amounted to 100 kilograms of cocaine. The 2004 indictment in the Southern District of Florida does not specify Beltran's role in the drug-dealing case.
Mexico's Foreign Relations Department must re-file the extradition request to leave out the charge related to the Manzanillo seizure. The department did not respond on Thursday to a request by The Associated Press for comment.
Avila remains in a prison in the Mexican state of Nayarit, pending trial for a separate money-laundering charge. It was not immediately clear how Mexican prosecutors would proceed with that charge.
Avila, who was arrested in 2007 sipping coffee in a Mexico City diner, has said she is innocent. Her attorney could not be immediately reached for fresh comment. 

Her case is widely known in Mexico because Avila is the niece of Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo, "the godfather" of Mexican drug smuggling who is serving a 40-year sentence for trafficking and the murder of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent Enrique Camarena in 1985.
Prosecutors have alleged that Avila spent more than a decade working her way to the top of Mexico's drug trade. They say her romance with Colombian Juan Diego Espinoza brought together Mexico's powerful Sinaloa cartel with Colombia's Norte del Valle.
The Sinaloa cartel led by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman has been locked in a vicious fight with violent Los Zetas Cartel in several regions of the country.
In the northern state of Tamaulipas, 14 bodies were abandoned Thursday inside a bus near the city hall building of Ciudad Mante. Soldiers deployed in the area found a message in which a gang took responsibility for the killings, according to a Tamaulipas statement. It did not say which cartel or give more details.
Drug cartels often leave messages in crime scenes as a threat to enemies. The bodies of the three women and 11 men have not been identified.
Also Thursday, the U.S. Treasury Department announced that it is placing financial sanctions on a wife and son of Guzman, who is Mexico's most-wanted man. The department's Office of Foreign Assets Control said that it had designated Maria Alejandrina Salazar Hernandez and Jesus Alfredo Guzman Salazar, 26, under the U.S. Kingpin Act. That bars American citizens from making business transactions with them and allows authorities to freeze their assets in the U.S.
Guzman escaped prison in 2001 and has evaded authorities ever since, moving from hideout to hideout as he directs the operations of his powerful cartel. The U.S. and Mexican government have been intensifying their actions against Guzman's family in recent months.
Authorities in the U.S. and Mexico have said they believe Guzman has children with several partners, including an 18-year-old woman whom he married in an elaborate public ceremony in 2007. The Treasury Department described Salazar Hernandez, 53, as a wife of Guzman, without providing details.
The department last month announced sanctions against Guzman's sons Ivan Archivaldo "El Chapito" Guzman Salazar, 31, and Ovidio Guzman Lopez, 22.
He has three sons, Caesar and Jesus Alfredo Ivan Archivaldo. Ivan Archivaldo, known as "El  Chapito" was arrested in Zapopan, Jalisco, in 2005, the  PGR charged him with  doing business with resources illegally obtained

"El Chapito" was arrested twice and admitted to the South Male Preventive Prison in DF and the maximum security prison of Altiplano in Almoloya de Juarez, Mexico State, where he was acquitted on 10 April 2008.
The current wife of "Chapo" is Emma Coronel, who gave

 birth to twin girls in Los Angeles California on 

August 15, 2011.  Emma Guzman is an US citizen.


InSight Crime Analysis, by Geoffrey Ramsey

While the OFAC press release describes Salazar Hernandez as El Chapo’s wife, she was in fact the first of his three wives. The drug lord reportedly married her in a discreet ceremony in 1977, and the two had three sons: Cesar, Ivan Archivaldo and Jesus Alfredo Guzman Salazar. The first two were added to the Kingpin List in May.

He is believed to have remarried some time later, wedding Griselda Lopez Perez, who was arrested in 2010.  Lopez Perez gave birth to four boys, one of whom -- Edgar Guzman Lopez -- was killed in 2008 as part of a bloody feud with the Beltran Leyva Organization.
Guzman married his third and latest wife, beauty queen Emma Coronel, in an elaborate ceremony marking her 18th birthday in 2007. She is a niece of fallen Sinaloa leader Ignacio Coronel, alias “El Nacho,” and has dual US and Mexican citizenship. This, and the fact that there are no criminal charges against her, allowed her to give birth to twin girls in a Los Angeles hospital in September 2011.
Because El Chapo has more pressing legal priorities (most recently the US government's latest indictment of him and his organization) it is possible that he never legally divorced his first two wives, which could be the reason for the OFAC’s description of Salazar Hernandez as his wife.
Sources: Excelsior, LADN, AP,INSIGHT

44 comments:

  1. Some justice is better that not justice at all....

    Lock her ass forever EU. I know you can

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  2. Welcome to the u.s.a where we deal with criminals accordingly. I know iknow some of yall cheerleaders are gonna post some lame ass coment about conspiracies and how shes expendable. Like just cuz you know a dope dealer or ur uncle lives in mexico makes you a member of a cartel. get a job and move out of your moms house or whatever govt housing you stay at.. Atte EL PAISA

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    1. For a guy named el paisa you don't have much love for your hispanic raza

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    2. I love my gente. Gente de honor. Not cartel suckups and criminals.

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  3. She is innocent.

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    1. Yup.. You should make free la reyna t~shirts chapo!

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  4. Get her into the US Then throw the book at her. These crooked idiot Mexican Judges have earned their Money,they need to just go away. This Narcisistic old Bat needs to spend the remainder of her life in jail.

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  5. Chivis, the top left photo is Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, "Don Neto", not Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo.

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    1. That is not Don Neto

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  6. I guess I don't understand the king pin law. How can you bust some one just because they are related.

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  7. That one pick is of Gallardo behind bars, and the other person is Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo.

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  8. @#
    &:34 Ooop Gracias amigo...wrong jail foto, it was on google image as Miguel el padrino

    anyway this this is what i wanted to throw up there...the collage

    what i was expecting was the photo of Chapo's wife maybe challenged...there are two Emma's and in news accounts they use fotos of both. Paz, Ch

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  9. De nada, Buela. I wasn't calling you out, just keeping the record straight.

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  10. PS...But the one on the right was Miguel...

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  11. Funny really when you look at her picture she looks so sweet and cute but really she probably been responsible for all sorts of nasty shit towards people.

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  12. @Kid...
    Man I am out of it today...I did not even see it was you...jajaja You were right and it was confusing i shoud've shop the right. but honestly I checked again and that is the the how they ID the foto..no matter the collage is better...paz, chivis

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  13. How often does Emma coroner come to the USA ???

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  14. Don neto fonseca is not in that portrait.....Que atrasas

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  15. @7:43 the US Kingpin Act allows the USA to attack the financial system of a Kingpin. pretty much there's a money flows up pyramid with the Kingpin on top. Kingpins usually trust family more when dealing with money but even with no proof of the family members involvement they can still take the money(especially if living outside their means) unless the family member can prove beyond a doubt. that the money they have didn't come from the Kingpin's pyramid.


    ~~~el spaceio~~~

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    1. Thank you for the explanation of the king pin law.

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  16. She is just another piece of the turd that is cartel.

    Everyone needs to lump them all together. A turd is a turd is a turd... Does not mater what side of the turd you are part of. You are still part of the tutd that is cartel.

    A turd by any other smell still smells like crap.

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  17. damn this queen gonna start washing draws 4 some dyke...from having a maid to being a maid...lol..trying not to pis on myself

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  18. But wait... How come the gov't has many pictures of a lot of these cartel bosses lower and upper and recent ones but they won't show it??? I know they got pictures of the leader of the afo? I find it funny that these guys have no pictures of themselves at all? But then you got guysl ike torres who loves to flaunt and take pictures of himself but he hasn't been caught yet? Or guys from los antrax? I bet the u.s. gov't has pictures of el chapos wife afterall she gave birth in the u.s. they watched her like a hawk and took pictures of her for sure. Where's pictures of r1 rey del reyes? There's always one picture an old one, and that's it?...

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  19. Mexico government is so stupid, Guzman children and wife are running around in cars they can never afford and homes they could never buy in their life the Mexican govern government need to confiscate it and all other possession take everything from the cartels families and then that will leads the police and the army to the bosses but the Mexican government is to incompetent to figure these simple thing out

    You live in a mansion own a speed boat gold,jewelry and a one hundred-thousand car and you don't have a job and there is no papers you inherited it all from a legitimate family member all items need to be taken away from you

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  20. The USA turns a blind eye to a huge number of our POLITICIANS who become instant Millionares when elected,their familys,and girlfriends all get govt jobs, and the whole extended Familys living standard goes up 5 clicks. States,citys and school districts have been bankrupted ESPECIALLY in the NORTH EAST Democratic ghetto States.Oh I forgot if you are poor its OK to be a Criminal.

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  21. These mexican judges are hilarious. They're going to limit the charges? They have been protecting this slut all along. Finally US prosecutors get them cornered in their own laws so they have to extradite or look terminally stupid. So, they try to save face by saying she can only be tried on one charge.

    Every time the mexicans do something like this they show (again) the total ineffectiveness of their systems.

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    1. Actually they limit the charges because if I recall correctly Mexican law will only allow extradition if the death penalty is not used and for new charges. So...she can't be charged in the US for same crime she is currently doing time for in Mexico.

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  22. the queen washing clothes ?? or doing hard time??? yeaaa righttttt keep dreaming if and I say if she gets extradited she will cut a sweet deal with the government , she probabably thinking on who she is going to give up first, jajajajajja doing time my ass witness protection and a new home fucking government cant build cases without someone rating someone else its a game and we all know it

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  23. Well this Ugly scank is gonna grown much, much uglier rotting in a U.S. Supermax all by her self. There are no favors for little monkey shit relatives of the filthy Flea infested pig Miguel Gallardo, the worthless, traitor uncle who himself is someones little bitch in his prison hell!!LOLOLOL!!!

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  24. she been locked up to long to make any kinda of deal with USA since she was locked up in 2007 the war has been going on for 5 years everything she knows is out dated or already known.


    ~~~el spaceio~~~

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  25. I think it is amusing how we all think we know all the answers to everything that is going on. We all think people should follow our own form of thinking because it makes perfect sense in our minds. Anyone who thinks differently is just simply wrong.

    If life was as easy to figure out as we all think it is to each of us then life wouldn't be so difficult to figure out. Everyone is a social genius and no one else is. Right?

    I am at fault at this problem as well because this is my view.

    What do you think? Where do you fit in this?

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  26. Hey BB check this out
    http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2012/06/09/mexican-soldiers-nab-alleged-zetas-money-launderer/

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  27. "The USA turns a blind eye to a huge number of our POLITICIANS who become instant Millionares when elected" .BROTHER YOU ARE SO RIGHT, I CANT HATE ON HER,NO MATTER WHAT YOU ALL BELIEVE,DRUG MONEY IS NOT EASY MONEY,BELIEVE ME.i dont agree with your poor staement tho?

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  28. Is funny how we talk about corruption and judges are blind and such in Mexico. When in reality the biggest money laundered is thwarted US. Quick way to demonstrate this by simply looking at the amount we spend yearly and how much we actually produce on the usa. Usa can't go after chaps or real top dogs why? Usa currency would simply bankrupt. Since 06 the war on drugs started on Mexico,suddenly the us economy little by little started to crumble. Maybe you don't believe me yet , well how about those CIA planes that fell filled with thons of cocaine? Or how about alcapone biggest droglord in usa guess what he was. CIA agent. Is easy to turn a blind eye to the root of crime we all know traffickers live in the usa. We all know the ci de are the ones tipping off chapo and zetas. But yet majority of dumb stupid north Americans think.they superiors and because of that they can s imply blame others and use less privileged people as scapegoats. Or you going to say it was chapo who sent saltbathz to miami for a zombie apocalypse. Dumb fuckinf idiots. Before the majority of ya post here ,post shit that you critically though about . Not just dumbshit you heard of your red neck friend

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  29. Of course the "judges" didn't want her charged with having her fingers in the deal with 9 tons of coke on it... Somehow the "judges" have their fingers in the deal as well ....... Corruption is the cancer of MX......

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  30. @8:50 PM HUH?

    Is there a point to this "in-depth" analysis? Is that what you learned in mexican schools? "what about al capone?" ja ja ja Get a job.

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  31. "@8:50 PM HUH?
    Is there a point to this "in-depth" analysis? Is that what you learned in mexican schools? "what about al capone?" ja ja ja Get a job."
    June 10, 2012 1:36 PM
    Fuckin tellin ye,Al Capone,worked for the CIA?
    Now that is a fuckin classic,i gotta remember that one.Dear old fellow you appear to be raving.Take your anti-depressants like a good little boy,and stop reading about conspiracies.

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  32. @8:50PM,
    You should follow your own advice, amigo...Al Capone? Really? Is that the best you could come up with? Of course you have the "hard evidence" that Al Capone was a "CIA Agent!" Which is impossible considering the CIA was created and founded in 1947 and Al Capone died that same year! Al Capone was sentenced to prison and began serving time in 1932! The last few years of his life he suffered from neurosyphilis, which affects the brain..basically he was a vegetable! You have to be one the dumbest motherfuckers on here! Before you post some outrageous claims...try doing some simple research!

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  33. There is a certain level of corruption in US prisons...obviously not as bad as Mexico's prison systems, but corruption does exist! Surely, she will not be receiving Botox injections anymore...lol. As far as cooperating with US LE, I think that's a gimme. Her information may be outdated but I 'm sure she can fill in the blanks in certain areas...plus she know a great deal about the business. Either way her worst nightmare is becoming a reality..incarceration in a US federal prison.

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  34. @ June 9, 2012 5:42 AM

    Why should it be confiscated??? Just to please you?? GTFOH!!!!!

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  35. @6/11 11:11AM,
    I would have thought the answer to your question is a matter of common sense! But seeing how you are lacking in that area, let me try and clarify it for you. The tangible property that was acquired using funds (money) that was obtained illegally is subject to seizure and forfeiture! There are criminal laws on the books in both Mexico and the US that make provisions for this. It's a matter of filing the necessary paperwork and following the procedure.

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  36. You can find a skank like this on any street corner or bar anywhere in the world. Maybe that's why she sold drugs.

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  37. what is the difference between el chapo guzman and pablo escobar they were hunting pablo like a the world was going to end with them and with el chapo guzman or is ok let him enjoyed his life and just deposit some dollars to our accounts who's covering him the DEA i trust this asshole but they're have a price too

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