Tuesday, June 26, 2018

"They defame me" says Mencho's wife

Posted by Char for Borderland Beat from El Universal

Rosalinda requested the press removed from courtroom, saying, "I am not a criminal, I have been defamed."



Rosalinda González Valencia, wife of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, El Mencho, says she is not a criminal and that after her arrest she has been publically defamed.

During the initial hearing, held behind closed, against the wife of the leader of the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, [CJNG] the Attorney General's Office accused her of organized crime, committing operations with resources of illegal origin.

The federal authorities identify her as the financial chief of the CJNG.

The hearing conducted before the control judge Iván Zeferín Hernández, of the Federal Criminal Justice Center in the State of Mexico, based in Almoloya de Juárez, continued for 10 hours, beginning at 1:14 pm and continued until 11:00 p.m.

González Valencia looked calm, apparently wearing the same clothes she wore at the time of her arrest, which occurred on May 26 in Zapopan, Jalisco: she only wore a black jacket to cover the characteristic cold that surrounds the Altiplano penitentiary.

Prosecutors from the PGR asked Judge Zeferín Hernández to take the proceeding behind closed doors, because the secrecy of the data they presented is critical to the success of the investigation carried out against the CJNG.

As part of the new criminal system, the judge consulted the defense of El Mencho's wife, who consented to the request of the PGR, as long as her  could remain in the courtroom.

In speaking, the accused who is the sister of Abigael González Valencia, leader of Los Cuinis, financial arm of the CJNG, also requested the release of the media and stated that she fears for her integrity.

"Yes, your honor, I ask that they leave,  because I am afraid of my integrity and I do not want the press to be there, "he said. "I am not a criminal, I have been defamed."

Despite the fact that since 2015 her husband and brother were appointed by the US Treasury Department on the list of drug traffickers, Rosalinda González has not been linked by that country with illicit activities.

Since then, she has promoted amparos to avoid being arrested and Mexican authorities denied the existence of any order for her capture, until last May 23, a judge granted the order that today keeps her incarcerated.

After her arrest, she filed another amparo against the arrest and incommunicado order, Fifth District Judge of Amparo in Criminal Matters in Mexico City who granted him a suspension so that she would not be prohibited from maintaining communication with her lawyers.

In addition, defense attorneys requested a certified copy of one of the most recent amparos filed against an arrest warrant, which was dismissed on May 23, the day the arrest warrant was issued, due to the authorities denying the arrest.

According to a video depicting the arrest of Rosalinda González Valencia, the elements of the Secretary of the Navy who participated in the operation also asked for the arrest of Jessica Johana Oseguera González, daughter of the accused and El Mencho, who appears as owner of the Tequila Onze Black brand, which was indicated in the black list of the US Department of the Treasury [kingpin] as one of the companies that supposedly operate with money from drug trafficking.

57 comments:

  1. Damn puta. Apply EIT to her and send her to the States for further questioning.
    You know she is a bad person if you see in her face.

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    1. Now that will be the ultimate message!
      Ship her ass to the US! Try wiggling out of that!

      E42

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    2. It's time to purge the world of all narco-traffickers and are minions real extortionist kidnappers all criminal gangs round them up and kill them.

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  2. She claims to be defamed, and her husband is an angel he never hurt a fly. Give me a break...Mencho has had many people murdered. Common face the facts you will get used to prison life.

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    1. 9:15 the 35 "zetas" tortured and murdered dumped on a veracruz road were not zetas, the police blamed CJNG too, but the veracruz police did the killing and the dumping themselves.
      You need to wonder how many murders are really committed by the accused and how many by the military and police who specialize in murdering innocent people by design, just like American military and intelligence contractors eager for "actionable intelligence" to justify their trillions of dollars worth of war, no wonder things look like their owner...

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  3. What is the point of being a drug lord? What's the point of having tens of billions of dollars if you can be arrested, killed, at any moment?
    Shitty life.

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    1. I think a lot of these guys simply are who they are. Gangsters and evil people. They couldn't change even if they wanted to.

      As far as not being able to spend their money. That's not necessarily true. Many drug lords enjoy their mobey even while on the run but overall it is about power more so than money. Money is just an added bonus.

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    2. Personal power and greed, backed by the devil himself

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    3. And there is El Mayo, quiet, eating his lobster.

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    4. @9:21am
      "tens of billions of dollars" is quite a stretch.

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    5. And how much does the drug lord have money? You know? - I doubt it.

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    6. Around 30-40 billion make it across the border in drug sales a year and to say mencho possesses tens of it is just crazy

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    7. On the basis of what is this estimate? I doubt that the DEA knows. Nobody knows, and I think 40 billion is shit. Madness is an estimate of 30-40 billion dollars.

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    8. Mayo is hidding like a rat living in run down huts in the mountains LOL.

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    9. 5:08 No Mexican banks have been found laundering billions and billions of dollars, much less fined their worthless peisos.
      But BCCI, HSBC, and other British and American banks have been fined a few hundred million dollars "for money laundering", also the Taj Mahal casino and international guauguau bla bla.
      Google the biggest bank fines for money laundering...
      Deutsche Bank US also got in trouble, Deutshe Bank Cyprus and Deutsche Bank Russia are being investigated while some of their best customers protest including Wilber Ross and Donald Trump, one hides his money there and the other owes his ass to them...

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    10. 5:08 while this may be so, it does not take into account all of the money being generated from sales in Asia, Europe etc

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    11. Not to mention the amount of consumer sales now in the greater latin american market itself with Brasil and Argentina taking the lead....I say trillions globally being made, diverted, and pumped back into the economy as clean investments...

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  4. Right, no guilt whatsoever, with your mansions, diamonds and $800 dollar shoes.

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  5. And the pope isn't catholic!
    The balls of this woman to denounce any criminal wrongdoing.
    Appealing for closed hearings for bribery reasons I'm sure.

    E42

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    1. 10:35 he wasn't kissing him on the snout, but pope bergoglio has been shown kissing the hand of the baron de rothschild...
      Google images

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  6. Guilty by association, doubt she's a shot caller but then again, who knows?....

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  7. You lie with a dog, you get the flesh. She has blood on her hands, spends blood money, and she expects to be left alone?

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    1. I don't like these people but I bet you are an American and if so you spend blood money too or did you think your government was just a out there "keeping the peace" for free

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    2. 5:28 i'd rather get the flesh, but no marrano.
      you get the fleas.

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    3. It’s all blood money. Some are just living in a bubble. Major Corporations get their hands dirty and it trickles down to everyone.

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    4. 12:15 trickles down shit, there is no law regulating and nobody protects the little guys, take El benja, vicentillo, Mochoma, La chapa, the franeleros, car washers, grameros and maruchanero jet set...they should be able to sue their employers for back wages and damages...

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  8. Close court sessions, who does she think she is, the princess of London. Bet you she wants to bribe the court system. If she's out in a few days, then you know what happened.

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  9. This just shows mencho is weak a puppet from the government coulnt even take care of his wife poco hombre cobarde michoacano can't see how they are dumbasses who defend that scum

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    1. Hating is bad for your health, take a deep breath...

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    2. Quite the opposite, arresting officers should have secured all mobile devices. But they allowed her to dismantle the phones so no evidence was found.

      E42

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    3. Wtf does a state have to do with him being a coward?

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    4. 2:27 Hillary Clinton also broke her phones with a hammer and her broom AND THE REPUBLICAN'TS repubtards could not convict her of one single tweet, in spite of spending over 100 million dollars...
      Roselinda can do as she pleases too, her husband pays for it, he earned it the old way, in cahoots with the US.

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    5. @7:58
      That's hilarious.

      E42

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  10. Nice try! But no academy award nomination!!
    Need to open up your purse more for the judges hand is large!

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  11. Jajajajajajajajajajajaja “i’m not a criminal”, this woman is really shameless. XD

    Erick Morales Guevara

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    1. Erik, your tocayo ERIK PRINCE is in deeep shit, billions of dollars from the US for his spurious wars is coming to and end for dealing with russians, arabs, chinese, russians and every kind of war for profit making ventures, he is also protesting his innocence like a burra malparida...that's BAD.

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  12. Wonder if they do in México and investigate from were the funds to pay for her lawyers are coming from, but i guess mexican laws are so 3rd world they haven't even thought of that. Worst one of these days these "lady" will walk free because of a tecnicality.

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    1. Thats the truth....money laundering laws in Mex dont exist or they just dont bother looking

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    2. 4:11 plenty of lawyers aware of technicalities,
      very expensive too, they also have clout and it works,
      But I won't be sorry for you yoyo... promise...

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    3. No kidding....the lawyers would revolt... jajajajaja...only way they get paid is by the Narco.

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    4. Those in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Dirty money is gladly accepted by US lawyers and they make it to trial. Shit, you think they don’t know how Chapos lawyer got paid and yet, he still represents him. It’s not what you know, it’s what you can prove.

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    5. @12:20...yes, but much easier to track in US. And, Chapo's lawyers are not getting money easily. Feds all over that money. I hear his family even is tight. They figure, he can't beat the case, why pay? And, who else in Mexico has the means, or need for big lawyers??? The Narco....

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    6. 4:11 on the US they Investigate and find out "about things"
      But if you donated to all the people that count, nobody is going to bother you, even as your business, your bank and your buddies get fined HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS or thrown in prison forever...then you get to be El Presidente and nobody touches you in spite of collusion, obstruction, destruction. ---real edificant those US, mister...

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    7. Like I've said before. Chapo's lawyers don't care about legal fees. They're gonna make bank, on the books, movies, and interview circuits.

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  13. Good read although it was a bit confusing at times with the his/hers refferences

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  14. I'd say she did a pretty good job of defaming herself by marrying the crook.

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    1. 6:16 La Mencha was not this giant crook when they married more than 20 years ago, I bet she looked younger too.
      --Brase visto pinchi bato más pendejo chingá.

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  15. Amparo's are kind of an enigma to me. I can see them being used for people that are not big criminals that might be framed for something they did not commit. A person that has a legitimate business that is not linked to crime or been charged of a crime and and so on. It at least keeps one of jail until they can be presented before a judge. If you a big drug dealer, hit man, extortionist or hard criminal, under investigation of capital crimes they should not allow amparo's in my opinion. A business owner or someone not found to be a criminal or have never been associated with crime should be allowed to have one since they do not have a bail system like in the USA. They do not allow bail to people in the US if they are very bad people or likely to run. In Mexico you are guilty first and have to prove your innocence and can sit in jail for a long time before seeing a judge. A person that is known to be a high profile criminal should not be able to pay for an amparo. The system needs to be changed with that respect in mind I believe. If I am missing something here I would like to hear other sides or opinions.

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    1. The justice system in Mexico until very recently operated on a guilty until proven innocent basis. A very good reason to promote an amparo if you think you may be arrested on false charges.

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    2. I broke it down from a legal mind friend of mine. bottom line is that doc mireles had several amparos, he sent me his last one granted. and it did nothing. yet narcos are successful to us them to get off on technicalities.

      corrupt judges make the final decision unfortunately. I am against amparos.

      as for guilt until proven innocent. that is still the rule which is why you continue to see innocents languish in prison even without trial.

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    3. Innocent people are being held in American prisons today. It's never a perfect system regardless of where one resides. Never foolproof!
      Mexico runs on a corrupt system that recognizes the money. A policy which has been in practice for decades. Until recently Mexicos judicial system has had an overhaul. Of course this overhaul of practices / procedures are being guided by American legal experts.
      A catch 22 issue if one looks at the judiciary flaws of the American legal system.

      Amparos were made by those who have the means ( money ) to bribe their way out of a doozy. Amparos have never favored those without money IMO.

      E42

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    4. "Guilt until proven innocent" . That was obviously the game before any of these people started their endeavors . In other words they knew the score before sticking their neck out . The ones you don't like get off on technicalities and the ones you like linger in jail innocently .

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  16. You DEFAMED yourself by associating with people who have no integrity, as you also have NO integrity. You thought illicit money would kep you safe. You thought money could bribe your way to freedom all the while feeling invincible. Stop pointing fingers at others, your not innocent, this was your own doing, the law finally caught you.

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    1. 1:09 I didn't do enything güey,
      wachu tolkin' about, no mames
      Pero si ya te armastes pos llégale...

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  17. Which judge will accept her bribe, she wants closed doors session,

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  18. a que doña mencha .......

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