Thursday, June 7, 2012

US moves on family of Mexico’s most-wanted man, 'El Chapo'' Guzman



AP
The U.S. Treasury Department announced Thursday that it is placing financial sanctions on a wife and son of Mexico’s most-wanted man, Sinaloa cartel chief Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.
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, which bars American citizens from dealing 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.


To view the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act June 2012 Press Release from the U.S. Department of the Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control please enter here.

30 comments:

  1. It is long overdue Govts allowing family and friends of Narcos to flaunt wealth etc. ENOUGH.

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  2. This is so fucking stupid all of his family should be gone after, I mean he could of have smuggle and invest billions in america by using other family members, cousin, aunts, uncles, cousins, aunt uncles cousins, what about the other cartel members family they should never be running around in a car or house they cant afford, remember how they got carlos escobar GO after the family and this will always lure out the bosses

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  3. Mannnn!!! There's gonna be alot of angry chapo lovers maaadd!!! Yeah... Hes married. So all that cyber ass kissing they did was for nothing.. Awwww..

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  4. Durrrrrrrr... They should have locked her up when she came to cali to pop out those rug rats and held her until he turned himself in! When are the pathetic politicians going to pull their heads out of their asses?

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    1. That was a different wife.

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    2. You fool this is a diferent woman zetilla!

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  5. Go after zetas and mexico wil find stability you go after chapo and catch him and zeta will continue to cause havoc and terror in mexico bring down the zetas then decide whos next .

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    1. U.S. does not want a stable Mexico hommie.

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  6. So the US government is trying to claim that it is not in league with the Sinaloa cartel, while at the same time just getting around to do this ten years late. Brilliant.

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  7. Next they will do it to regular folks just cuz they can't catch that dude

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  8. NOTHING WELL CHANGE IF THEY CAPTURE EL CHAPO THE SONS ARE TAKING OVER DADS BUSNESS ALREADY

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  9. Let's roll!! Get em all, get their funds. Give the enemy no quarter. End them in the heat of battle. Seize property, freeze assets , shake em down. Make crime costly to the criminals.

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  10. Just quit messing around and get Chapo 'Osama Bin Laden style'.you can't make that much money and not have a link that can be followed.

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  11. 7 Mutilated bodies found in Culiacan Sinaloa!!!! And a message left for CHAPO AND FELIPE CALDERON

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  12. They will never catch him! The US is the number one consumer of drugs. Just legalize it . And then tax it !

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  13. to -- >> "Let's roll!! Get em all, get their funds. Give the enemy no quarter. End them in the heat of battle. Seize property, freeze assets , shake em down. Make crime costly to the criminals." (time stamp of his posts: June 7, 2012. 8:06 PM

    My words:

    Yes, I am with you on that, but what I would like to see is that ALL THOSE WHO WERE DIRECTLY AFFECTED BY THE ACTS OF THE CRIMINALS, that Those Victims ARE THE FIRST ONES ON THE LIST IN RECEIVING SOMETHING BACK FOR THE LOSSES THEY HAVE SUFFERED, THE EMOTIONAL SUFFERING OR LOSS OF PROPERTY or Both

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    Sensiblero

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  14. that sux ass 4 them

    -tyrone-

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  15. First, it's about time. But the other cartel leaders have family in the US that they funnel money too, so go after them as well. Second, I'm all for legalizing pot and helping those with coke and heroin addiction (meth heads need to be locked up!), but that will not stop the cartels violence and greed. They were smart enough to get into stealing oil, semi legit businesses, human smuggling, prostitution, counterfeit products and money, and most of all kidnapping and extortion. When the drug money runs dry, which it will eventually do, Mexico will be worse off. Drugs are the easy money, but it's only half of it. Buy in all honesty, if alcohol is legal there is zero reason for [at least] cannabis against the law. Us Generation X are now in our late 30's early 40's, and many of us smoke a few bowls after work instead of getting drunk off a few glasses of wine. It's the same thing, same motivation, same result, but one will ruin your record. This is coming from a person who doesn't smoke pot for a single reason, and that it's against the law. I'd love to eat a brownie before bed instead of taking Lunesta or Ambian and stop taking Welbutrin. But until it's legal, it's a once in a long while enjoyment.

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    1. Everything you said is dead on. Alcohol impairs people fair beyond marijuana. People die from alcohol use and kill people from driving drunk , yet it is legal. Pot grows naturally and causes less harm then your chemically soaked cigarettes . The lobbyist for alcohol and pharmaceutical companies put so much money into the pockets of our tie wearing cartels that everything is done ass backwards and less then half hearted. Anyone who steps forward for legalization is demonized and blackbalded.

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  16. @June 7, 2012 8:52 PM you sir are an idiot.They will eventually catch him. Legalizing marijuana and taxing seems a good idea but the other hardcore drugs should be still illegal.

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    1. If u actually read what he posted it says "I'm all for legalizing pot and helping those with coke and heroin addiction." it never says anything about legallizing coke and heroin. So looks like you sir are the idiot.

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  17. The US doesn't care about chapo or zetas or any other cartels, their mentality is let them kill each other off unless a US politician family member is directly affected nothing immediate will be done

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  18. If the Zeta's find out about the locations of Chapos family members possibly through a corrupt cop involved in these sanctions you can be sure they will all meet their demise quickly.

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    1. You do realize the majority of el chapo Guzman family has a very large security detail

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  19. @ 8:07 PM

    Still there's no such thing as 100% security. The Zeta's would not care about losing some guys to get someone close to Chapo.

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  20. Has the word spread to Mexico yet that there are these handy little planes called drones ???? They seem to work quite well in various other places on the planet!!!

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  21. Maybe I'm misunderstanding this. He has an 18 year old wife that he married in 2007? Does that mean he married her when she was 13?!

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  22. "He has an 18 year old wife that he married in 2007? Does that mean he married her when she was 13?!" she was 18 years old when she married chapo

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  23. Zetas are the ones fucking it up!!! take those basters down i mean CHAPO GUAZMAN is killing the bad bitches, Zetas are killing innocent people... fuck zetas!! de la cabeza asta el cielo yo le calculo su altura!!!! ajuua

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