Thursday, October 25, 2018

US Tres Dept: González Valencia Sisters Lead CJNG

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Vanguardia


Extra Info from: OFAC

The United States Department of the Treasury has designated eight women who are laundering money for the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación (CJNG).

The González Valencia sisters who appear as operators in the drug trafficking network led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, ''El Mencho '', are: Rosalinda (or Rosalía), Noemí, Berenice, Marisa Ivette, María Elena, Érika and Abigaíl; as well as his half sister Estela Valencia Farías.

In addition to money laundering, women have a leading role in the most dangerous criminal organization, since according to the United States, they are responsible for the transfer of drugs from Mexico to that country.



Rosalinda González Valencia  belongs to a family originally from Aguililla, Michoacán, and is known as "La Jefa"  within the  New Generation Jalisco Cartel (CJNG).  She is "Mencho's" wife.

She, Rosalinda, the wife of ''El Mencho'' and the person in charge of money laundering for the Jalisco Cartel New Generation.

Rosalinda, was released on September 6 after spending almost four months in prison for being the administrator of the resources of the CJNG. Reports from the authorities consider women as ''La Jefa'' ; but they also mention that their daughter Jessica Johana Oseguera González , serves as the operator of the criminal group. The heiress of "El  Mencho"  protected herself to avoid being arrested as happened to be her mother. ( Above photo from the night of Rosalinda's arrest )

Reports from federal authorities have identified that the 16 brothers who make up that family are the founders of that criminal organization. In total there are six men and six women, the leader of them is  Rosalinda .

Among the brothers are Édgar, Arnulfo, Elvis, Mauricio, Ulises, Gerardo, Luis Ángel and José. In addition to María Elena, Érika, Berenice, Marisa Ivette and Noemí, these last ones indicated by the Department of the Treasure of the United States as responsible in the transfer of drugs to that country.

In 1996, Rosalinda Gonzalez Valencia married the man who would become the strong man of  the New Generation Cartel Jalisco, Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes , "El Mencho" considered by the Treasury Department as a "fugitive" from the US authorities since April 2015. The couple's children are  Jessica Johanna and Rubén Oseguera González. 


Rubén, "El Menchito" , was arrested in January 2014 in Zapopan, Jalisco, in possession of 25 million pesos and firearms. In that year he was released twice: the first in October, after the intervention of a judge, who determined his freedom from the federal prison located in the Altiplano, in the absence of evidence against him. After his recapture and shipment to the Cereso de Puente Grande, he was released in December of that year.

         Jessica Johanna and Rubén Oseguera González. Rubén, "El Menchito" with his father

The trial of guarantees was registered under file number 38/2018 before the Sixth Unitary Court of the Third Circuit.

The daughter , ie Jessica Johanna , of "El Mencho" is accused of the crimes of organized crime and operations with resources of illicit origin. Jessica was born in Michoacán and is in the cross hairs of authorities in Mexico and the United States as she owns a series of companies allegedly used to launder the profits of the cartel.

In 2015, the US Treasury Department placed its restaurant Mizu Sushi Lounge and its Tequila brand Onze Black on the blacklist of businesses suspected of having a relationship with drug trafficking.


Oseguera González  tried to defend herself against any order of apprehension, summons, presentation, appearance and reaprehension that could be issued by any of the criminal judges in the state.

The business side of Jessica also extended to the tourism sector with a tourist complex of five rest houses in the municipality of Tapalpa, Jalisco, named Las Flores Cabañas.

Jessica, appears in the organization chart of the CJNG and is now one of the new objectives of the governments of  Mexico and the US.

Another woman who was a factor for the creation of the CJNG is Inés Oseguera, who had an affair with Carlos Rosales, alias ''El Tísico'' , one of the founders of La Familia Michoacana and operator of Osiel Cárdenas Guillén in Michoacán. The affair had dire consequences.


"El Tísico" and Inés Oseguera's romance with the cousin of "El  Mencho"  managed to seal a union between the Gulf and the Millennium cartels, but apparently the young woman cheated on her boyfriend with Armando Valencia , which provoked the violent war that ended with the exile of the González Valencia .

Osiel Cárdenas supported Rosales and put at his disposal a legion of hitmen from Los Zetas to shoot down the Valencia family, who in turn made a pact with the Sinaloa Cartel. And it was just this approach that empowered the Millennium Cartel, and gave rise to the CJNG.

39 comments:

  1. Love me those michoacan women, brains and beauty

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    1. Lol,she looks like Deputy Dog

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    2. 3/4 women are from Sinaloa

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    3. Your the same guy that posts against Sinaloa

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    4. Michoacan women are beautiful but the 5 michoacan women I've encountered have all been cheaters. Ill take jaliciense women any day

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  2. Rosalinda ain't no joke, she even got released a few months ago.. money makes the world go round

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    1. Every government official that came across her during her incarceration most likely addressed her as Señora or Jefa

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    2. Happened in Italy could happen Mexico if Mencho falls his wife could take the reins

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  3. Great investigative work! Does the laundering ever stop? Its unbelievable how much corruption and deception is going on in Mexico. A very sad state of affairs. Guess it will never cease unless someone puts a cork on the drug consumption in the US..

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    1. 8:39 Laundering money is a necessity when it comes to doing anything illegal that generates money. Things have changed you can't go around buying anything in Cash without someone asking questions. You need a bank account.

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    2. Big american banks such as Bank of AMerica, Wells Fargo also laundered illegal money. Arest those fools also. Damn hyprocrite Americans.

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    3. What about in Canada, Asia, and Europe.

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    4. 10:24 You have a lot to learn. A good portion of people always deal in cash. Plastic is for slaves. Banks are for people who follow the rules. Even then with banks many things remain hidden in plain sight. - Sol Prendido

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    5. Sol.....you are so right..I'm in an all cash business, so I only use cash. People stare like I'm crazy. I stare at them like theyre crazy dropping groceries on their credit cards (not debit). I trust banks like I'd trust repelling down a mountain with dental floss. It is fun going to Costco and dropping $1200 in 20's and 10's on em. Cashier's get pissed cuz they have to count it . I just don't like Uncle Sam knowing every time I buy a beer or pack of gum. Plus....skimming, fraud, ID theft. I'd rather you try and fight me for my money than steal it with a computer. Saludos Sol, thanks for all the translation help you've been doing. It's appreciated!

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    6. Sol has been very helpful with some of the mantas...we all hate those. and Cruz, a professional translator in Quintana Roo doesn't get much credit but translates a couple of long articles per week.

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    7. Saludos 9:02. I don’t mind translating. I’m learning just as much as everyone else. My newest girlfriend seems to think I’m cheating on her every time I disappear. Lol. If she only knew. - Sol Prendido

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  4. In the end CJNG would not exist without their daddy CDS...fact...

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    1. I dont see a point in your redundant comment. Prove me wrong please.

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    2. Michoacán is Sinaloa’s daddy they grow and cook all the drugs Sinaloa is the poster boy

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    3. Thats like saying CDS wouldn’t exist without daddy cartel de Guadalajara That’s like saying Zetas wouldn’t exist without their daddy CDG. Stupid. That don’t mean shit.

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    4. Well it wasn’t cds back then it was cdp which means cartel de pacifico it turned to cds when El Chapo started betraying and caf blo ncdj and cjng formed and became rivals with cds

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    5. 11:28 Actually no, it was the federacion. Cds, Cdj and some other cartels. CDP came along when the goverment didn't want Sinaloa to be used in the news and paperwork so to the goverment Cds became Cdp.

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    6. @10:33 it's all true....Stupid is one who knows facts but still believes differently. Osiel founded the Zetas. CDS hired Menchos crew to figbt Zetas. Those orgs are splinters that grew. Why's that so hard to swallow?? 10-15yrs ago Mencho was Nacho's lackey. They all start somewhere....usually by betraying their boss.

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    7. Say what you want but every cartel started small working with a bigger cartel. Fact is cjng is the most powerful in Mexico

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  5. They had nothing on the bitch, that's why she got it.Menchito is still in jail after all these years....

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  6. 839 that is great input, except if one was to put a cork on US drug consumption(never), then they have other countries, that they already ship to.

    Luna Apaghta

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  7. Very misleading title. The Valencia girls laundry money they dont lead the organization. That duty falls on Mencho and Erik Valencia. Please fix the title Chivis to avoid confusion.

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    1. @7:11AM They rely on these ladies to launder their money. Without the launderer there is no money to pay for guns, bullets, or troops. No money, no organization.

      A good money launderer is arguably more important than the head of the organization. Those guys can be replaced, but the people that launder the cash have skills that are not so easily replaced. And it isn't just skills, it's connections and favors that may not be known or owed to someone else that gets dropped into the job.

      KB

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    2. If you run the money....you run the show!

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  8. So I guess this Trisico guy is origilinally a zeta , is that why they whacked him , I'm I guessing right

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    1. No Tisico was killed because he refused to align with CJNG. His former underlings Cenizo and Chanda aligned with CJNG and killed him following a meeting at a ranch in Buenavista (I could be wrong on the municipality). Tisico had just gotten out of prison after at least 10-12 years inside and felt that he was owed a share of the drug trade in Michoacán. He went to a meeting with Cenizo, Chanda, and other former FM/CT/H3 commanders. They supposedly told Tisico that he could align with them or be considered an enemy. It is alleged that a firefight broke out at the ranch, turned into a running gun battle for a few hours and ended a several miles from the ranch when Tisico and his compadres were picked up by gente de Cenizo. Their bodies were found before dawn the next day with signs of heavy torture (Tisico’s face was partially flayed).

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    2. 7:30 if u mean tisico,well he was never a Z, they worked side by side til war came,back then Zs were only hit man group, tisico was in the inner circle of CDG until he got killed cause he was trying to unite cartels with CDS in michoacan to fight off CJNG rumor has it that el americano took him out

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  9. Hey there’s a new video on fb where the six members of gente Nueva found beheaded a couple days ago recorded them selfs showing of there guns and calling them selfs the best shooters in the cartel and then there’s another one where they are all dead and bloody and the members of la linia mock them for acting tough you could find it on facebook just type ncdj

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  10. Makes sense, Mencho is in hiding and on the run, so he left the ladies in charge, especially his wife and daughter. That will backfire, and his wife already snitched to get out (so many got popped after that snitching), after which the authorities are following her to get to the money.

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  11. Rosalinda is not sanctioned under the Kingpin Act. Mexican authorities link her to over 73 firms supposedly owned by the CJNG, but I have no idea why she hasn't been mentioned in the Kingpin Act like some of her siblings.

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  12. All that info i half info,your missing wayyyy more!!

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    1. What’s up with chinolas and Michoacanos are they at war I heard Mencho is coming for Mayo

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