Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Mexican government freezes nearly 2,000 bank accounts owned by the CJNG

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Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes ("El Mencho"), the leader of the CJNG
Mexico's Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) said Tuesday that it managed to freeze 1,939 bank accounts linked to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG). The operation was code-named "Operativo Agave Azul" (English: Operation Blue Agave).

The UIF stated that it froze 1,770 personal bank accounts, 167 for business accounts and two trusts linked to the CJNG. The UIF did not disclose the amount of the frozen accounts but said that they noticed suspicious transactions totaling US$1 billion.

These suspicious transactions were carried out mainly in Jalisco, followed by Mexico City, Michoacán, the State of Mexico, Baja California, Guanajuato, Nuevo León, Veracruz, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Querétaro and Colima.

Operation
The UIF analyzed 2,571 "unusual operations" for MXN$2.9 billion, as well as a total of 38,459 reports of "relevant operations" for more than MXN$11.4 billion. International transfers that generated 8,424 reports for MXN$7,216 million were also analyzed.

As for cash dollars, 2,102 reports were located for a total of US$2.9 million; as well as 6,507 interbank transfers in the amount of MXN$657 million.
 
Logo of Mexico's Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF)

"The operation was the result of the joint work carried out by the institutions that make up the Security Cabinet and it lasted for several months," the UIF confirmed in a press statement.

The UIF worked in coordination with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administrations (DEA) in defining the objectives of said operation. The operation resulted in the identification of several CJNG members, including its main operators, companies, lawyers, family members and public servants under their payroll.

The Operation was code-named "Blue Agave". Agave is a cactus-like plant used to make tequila. It is the signature drink of Jalisco, the cartel's home base.

15 comments:

  1. I met Mencho. He is going DOWN. Right along with CJNG. RATS

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    1. If you met him you’d know he aint going no where for a while. His time will end, but not yet!

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  2. Once CJNG hoodlums threaten political members...thier assets will be unfrozen.

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  3. AMLO is feeling the pressure from people on his handling of the pandemic. It feels like CJNG has lost some momentum as they were climbing really fast up the ladder.

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  4. I don't get it. You would think Mencho has to be going shithouse rat crazy.over this. He should be thinking that just maybe the DEA and Mexican government wouldn't be so hot on his ass if he operated differently and didn't kill all the innocents, police, reporters that his Cartel does. All I can say, that an awful lot of money. If it's any indication of what CJNG might have in other places, it just boggles the mind.

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    1. CDS, CDG, Zetas, BLO, and all DTO’s kill innocents. Stop being against 1 particular DTO its pathetic

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    2. 521 he’s not being biased towards cjng he’s talking about them because this particular article pertains to them tonto use your head Mcfly. People insult your papi mencho and u get all wites lol

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  5. That has got to sting. Good job.

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  6. some of the accounts are in Sinaloa, hmm interesting. So does CJNG have money laundering bussinesses operating in Sinaloa? or are there some Sinaloa cells or independent sinaloenses making bussiness with CJNG?

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    1. All DTO bosses launder money in all states. Only low level traffickers and sicario are at war. Bosses even share laundering resources! Thats why fans of particular DTO’s are just as low IQ as the low level traffickers and sicarios

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  7. A lot of poor and stupid sicarios will not get paid anytime soon lmfao sigan peleando por El Mencho gratis.

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  8. Like 1.2 billion was intercepted rigbt? 1.2 billion is a lot of money, even for criminals....Since its obvious that the police cannot face off with the cartels (at least as long as corruption is running wild in many towns/cities throughout Mexico) and the federal forces seem to be spread waaaayyy to thin to be wholly effective. This may be the way to slow the cartels?? (I cant say beat cuz IMO this will go on and on and...)I don't know what to think anymore. All said and done the cartel leaders will feel this. Idk...i want to say hooray, but after 20+yrs of this $h!t I doubt this does much of anything to stop the cartels. My gut tells me that the cartels will react to this seizure of funds with probably even more despicable and horrifying killings. Smh.

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  9. Why doesn't the US Coast guard intercept ships headed for West Coast Mexican ports and check for amphetamine and fentanyl precursor chemicals. Not one word from the secretaria de goberacion outlawing shipboard precursors with threats of confiscation of the freighter. What the fu*ck?

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  10. Uh..because a bust of precursor chems doesnt make headlines- which is what the uscg is about- gotta up that budget y'know?

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