Friday, October 28, 2016

US Treasury Dept Targets Nine Tied To CJNG and LOS CUINIS

   Posted by Yaqui for Borderland Beat US Treasury Dept Oct 27, 2016                                                                                                                                                                        

 

  US Treasury Dept Sanctions Individuals Supporting Powerful Mexico - Based Drug Cartels


Action Targets Nine Individuals Tied to the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) and the Los Cuinis Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO)

WASHINGTON—Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned nine Mexican individuals linked to the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) and its close ally, the Los Cuinis Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO), which were initially sanctioned on April 8, 2015.   The nine individuals are designated as  Specially Designated Narcotics Traffickers (SDNTs) pursuant to the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act) for providing material assistance to the drug trafficking activities of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes (a.k.a. “Mencho”) and his brother-in-law, Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, the respective leaders of CJNG and the Los Cuinis DTO.  As a result of today’s action, any assets these individuals may have under U.S. jurisdiction are frozen, and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in transactions with them.


“Today’s action strikes at the inner circles of CJNG and the Los Cuinis DTO by targeting the complicit family members of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes and Abigael Gonzalez Valencia and other key players in their drug trafficking operations,” said John E. Smith, Acting Director of OFAC.  “We will continue to work closely with the Mexican private sector in our efforts to expose, isolate, and disrupt the finances of Mexican cartels.”

The Treasury Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Los Angeles Field Division worked closely in order to execute today’s action.

“These designations mark another significant blow to the financiers of CJNG and the Los Cuinis DTO,” said Steve Comer, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA’s Los Angeles Field Division.  “Such efforts reflect the brilliant partnership between DEA Los Angeles and OFAC as we target two of the most prolific and violent drug trafficking organizations in the World.”

Antonio Oseguera Cervantes (Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes’ brother) and Julio Alberto Castillo Rodriguez (Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes’ son-in-law) are among the individuals designated today.  Both individuals provided material support to the narcotics trafficking activities of CJNG.  Antonio Oseguera Cervantes and Julio Alberto Castillo Rodriguez were arrested in Mexico in December 2015 and April 2016, respectively.  In addition, Antonio Oseguera Cervantes served a prison sentence in the United States following a 1996 arrest on heroin charges before being deported to Mexico and reengaging in drug trafficking activity.

Five siblings of Abigael Gonzalez Valencia – Arnulfo, Edgar Eden, Elvis, Marisa Ivette, and Noemi Gonzalez Valencia – are designated for providing material support to the narcotics trafficking activities of the Los Cuinis DTO.  Elvis Gonzalez Valencia was arrested in Mexico in January 2016.

Two additional individuals are designated today for supporting the trafficking activities of CJNG and the Los Cuinis DTO.  Fabian Felipe Vera Lopez provided material support to the narcotics trafficking activities of the Los Cuinis DTO and served a prison sentence in the United States following a 1996 arrest on methamphetamine charges.  Maria Teresa Quintana Navarro is a Guadalajara-based attorney who provided material support to the drug trafficking activities of both CJNG and the Los Cuinis DTO.

In previous actions targeting CJNG and the Los Cuinis DTO, OFAC designated multiple Mexican companies, including Hotelito Desconocido, a luxury boutique hotel that Mexican authorities seized on the same day it was designated.  However, other designated entities, such as the shopping centers Plaza Los Tules in Zapopan, Jalisco and Xaman Ha Center in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, continue to operate.

In March 2014, based on an investigation led by the Los Angeles Field Division of the DEA, a federal grand jury in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia indicted Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes and Abigael Gonzalez Valencia on several narcotics-related charges, including being the principal leaders of a Continuing Criminal Enterprise.  Gonzalez Valencia was captured by Mexican authorities in late February 2015, but Oseguera Cervantes remains a fugitive.


Since June 2000, more than 1,900 entities and individuals have been named pursuant to the Kingpin Act for their role in international narcotics trafficking.  Penalties for violations of the Kingpin Act range from civil penalties of up to $1.075 million per violation to more severe criminal penalties.  Criminal penalties for corporate officers may include up to 30 years in prison and fines of up to $5 million.  Criminal fines for corporations may reach $10 million.  Other individuals could face up to 10 years in prison and fines pursuant to Title 18 of the United States Code for criminal violations of the Kingpin Act.

32 comments:

  1. Mencho snitching on his own people so dea can present work smh that coward his days counted never trust dea look what happen to the vicenta

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    1. True, never eva trust dea

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    2. Yup his working hand to hand whit the dea i bet he already has a replace for this guys who will laundry his money

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    3. You cant trust a rat like mencho who is backstabbing little queer that why he is where his at by betraying his own

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    4. It's chapo that snitched on them for less time when he gets extradited to the U.S. he snitched on cjng just like he snitched on low arellanos.

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    5. Right, snitching on Valencia family members..

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    6. Osiel snitch, z40 snitched, LA barbie snitched.

      Why do you people only care about chapo

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  2. DEA will follow you all your live sooner or later mencho maric0n will end up dead or in jail for all the inocent people he has murder remember theres only one man that will never be captured and his from sinaloa but you ur days are counted

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    1. Nope you are completele wrong mencho could walk right on front of a fed in jalisco and wont be captured weather its because the fed is scared or mencho dont look the same mayo has a bigger chance of being caught or killed if mencho wanted to he could get out of the drug trade and change his identity and never be captured im pritty sure he has had plastic surgery at least once

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    2. Why am I not on there? I've been laundering money for these guys for years. Elias F. Masso, San José Del Cabo, BCS., México.

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  3. Of course they see who's making the most money and want a part of it

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  4. Any affiliation to the Jalisco Plaza Restaurants in United States?

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    1. Idk but I wanna eat There now

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    2. Nuevo Leon was the rage for a while, puros pinchis "burritos locos" all over the place, full of raw flour "tortias" full of puros pinchis frijoles, wacalas!
      Even the hamburger franchise luminaries started doing "buriros", son chingaderas.

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  5. Us treasury dept is no match for mencho





    1#cjng

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    1. 645. You must be cjng number 1 cheerleader? Or member?
      Challenging U.S. treasury in the name of mencho is no match for you when it comes to mencho
      Happy Halloween
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knnz9rBtW_E

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    2. # 1cjng hhaaaaa but 1 of idiots punks dea is close this year mencho will be in USA jail us put him on the cell with z40 to be the bich. Of the cell for the crimes he did this idiot

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    3. @10:00pm im not a member of cjng





      #1cjng





      1#cjng

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    4. 5:47 1#cjng, tás como la que se peyó en el baile.

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  6. The beginning of the end...

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    1. ....of the beginning of a story that never ends. Names change, people stay the same. El Nemesis-

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    2. Mencho is not scared of no dea

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    3. My first thought exactly. Once the U.S puts you on a watch list, the count down begins.

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  7. Honestly... Are All you clowns really that dumb...?????? Revenge is a Dish best served cold... Chapo gets his props for being tough... But what people Fail to understand... He taught some people a little to well... And he served up his best people... So he can be A lil Fat Greedy culichi... And killed offanis partners and kept their territory...labs... Fucked their hoes.... Nothin last Forever... Now... Hes not even being given a chance to die kwik.. Their gonna breakm... Inside out. Torture him slow...why givem the privelidge if a fast death? CJNG/ CUINIS are way too deep and smart... They have prepared for EVERY outcome... Who cares bout the US market... If they wont they can always just focus on the overseas market... Imagine... Theirs like 14 VALENCIA brothers in the orginization... You think their kids... Or cousins... Tios... Or distante family and. Close friends aint in the circle... EVERYONE EATS HERE... No greed here....... PURO CJNG....CUERNAVACA....MORELOS

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  8. They always do that to DTO but don't do much if Mexico doesn't cooperate to catch thrm. Cds accounts and businesses have been frozen but they are still relevant

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  9. This comment section is full of people trying to get a bone to chew. Nothing lasts forever.

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    1. Come on ese Batos Locos forever ey

      Paco

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    2. According to wikileaks, we are bing watched for our comments, and the comments are being milked by friend and foe, some do get sold for millions or even billions of dollars, by consultants for profit like Stratford and others.

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    3. I hope you liked the comments I left they're pure bullshit I never knew shit and never will. I just like pulling your strings. It's called setting up the donkey.

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    4. Please explained in detail. 5:53 am. This is very important.

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    5. 12:15 damet, i'll have to find the pages again, and will post a oink on a newer article, i mean a link...
      Just because I know "important", oy?

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  10. @7:40 is correct X:.

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