Saturday, March 21, 2020

Jessica Johanna Oseguera González, daughter of El Mencho, has requested bail citing coronavirus danger

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat


Jessica Johanna Oseguera González, daughter of El Mencho, has requested bail due to the coronavirus.

She has no known underlying illness and is not in a high risk category.

From the filing:
Circumstances in the United States have radically changed since Ms. Gonzalez was detained on March 3, 2020. Since that date, COVID-19 has emerged as a global pandemic and national health emergency. COVID-19 poses an immediate and absolute danger to Ms. Gonzalez and to the community. Detention facilities, such as the facility in which Ms. Gonzalez is currently incarcerated, pose an even more substantial danger, given the sheer number of inmates sharing close quarters, without the ability to stay away from one another and stop the spread of the virus.
From a second filing today:
Defendant Jessica Johanna Oseguera Gonzalez, by and through her undersigned counsel, respectfully submits this supplement to her emergency motion for reconsideration of the Court’s March 3, 2020 Minute Order and March 5, 2020 Memorandum Opinion and Order granting the Government’s Motion for Pretrial Detention due to the immediate and severe harm posed byCOVID-19 and Ms. Gonzalez’s continued incarceration. See doc 27.
In addition to the grounds set forth in her emergency motion, it is of critical importance for the Court to be aware that a United States Marshal, assigned to D.C. Superior Court, has tested positive for COVID-19. 
The D.C. Superior Court’s “announcement came hours after an official for the U.S. Marshals Service confirmed to Law360 that a deputy U.S. marshal who had contact with prisoners in the cell block and the courtroom had tested positive for COVID-19, the virus sweeping across the globe.” Id. Indeed, as of March 19, 2020, at least sixty-five inmates at the Central Detention Facility “have been quarantined due to possible exposure.

MINUTE ORDER as to JESSICA JOHANNA OSEGUERA GONZALEZ. DIRECTING the government to respond by March 24, 2020, to the defendant's [27] Emergency Motion for Reconsideration of the Court's Detention Order and Incorporated Memorandum of Points and Authorities. Signed by Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell on 3/19/2020.


26 comments:

  1. Poor baby. Now she will play the system if she can.

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  2. Nice try bitch, stay your ugly ass In jail.

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  3. She probably taking BCC in in jail

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  4. Do it and you'll never see her ass again,she will go running to mench.

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  5. Oh, I needed a laugh just now, jajaja, no really, oh funny. Not going to happen. But if you have the money, one can get their lawyers to do anything.

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    1. 645 there are no loopholes in USA, lawyers can try anything, the judge will laugh.

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  6. We are not in MX she ain't getting out that easy. Good try though.

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  7. Nah bitch get the virus and die a slow painful death

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  8. Screw her. Let her and those of her ilk be the canaries in the coal mine, the Guinea pigs, the crash test dummies fot the virus. Nothing money and a lawyer with imagination won't file to spring the client. Lest she run off to Mexico, keep her locked up. She already showed her loyalty by going to Mexico despite her being an American citizen. That fact speaks volumes as most people flow the other way. Only a nearsighted judge would release her.

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  9. Smart move but I doubt they will let her go, she's a flight risk..
    You never know THOUGH, there letting prisoners out early because of corona virus all over the U.S

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  10. And the countless citizens requested help from the government, that CJNG killed thier babies, father's and mother's, no bail for the daughter, she safer in a cell.

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  11. She should not attract attention to herself.
    She can easy get killed in Prison, she will be extorted for money.
    Who does she think she is in USA, She not in Mexico

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    1. @5:48- you crazy yo, aint no one gonna extort Mencho's daughter....

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    2. He don’t run the show in the prison systems

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  12. We seldom hear of a detainee who feels safer in prison.

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  13. Good luck with any possibility from fleeing the US.

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  14. Good luck with the request. Coronavirus is the least of your problems!

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    1. What's the maximum sentence for her money laundering participation in her father's business?

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    2. 2:01 proving intent and ill will in her heart will be hard, leading to a plea agreement of 8 days in the joint, free with time served.
      Even US presidents have not been prosecuted for inheriting ill gotten moneys from daddy or convicted for getting financing from BLADDERMIR PUTIN they hid from the FBI, CIA, DEA, NSA, DIA, and all the soup letters.

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  15. The hell makes her so special? Spoiled bitch. They should add time for her even asking.

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  16. I get a strong gut feeling that CJNG had something to do with it not just for their benefit but for the other party as well most likely a political goal cjng does get their Fentanyl from china favor 4 a favor like they say in the criminal world .

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    1. Pretty delusional

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    2. Can u imagine the potential risk of a terrorist attack by Mencho in the US with fentanyl?
      The magnitude of people who consume drugs with high levels of fentanyl can wipe out cities. All for the sake of retribution.

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  17. Too much cjng haters in this blog 😆 if she was a buchona from SINALOA there would be many CDS GROUPIES idolizing her.. Don't hate her because her dad took over the drug game..

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  18. She will be granted bail and will have to find a place in the U.S. to stay.

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