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Monday, August 2, 2021

El Cadete, Alleged Financial Operator Of The Sinaloa Cartel, Was Extradited To The United States

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

He allegedly also served as a liaison with other drug trafficking organizations in Guatemala and Colombia to transport cocaine

He is required by the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia to be prosecuted for his probable responsibility for crimes of criminal association and against health

On Sunday, August 1, in compliance with the Extradition Treaty signed between Mexico and the United States of America, the Attorney General's Office (FGR) handed over Jorge Humberto "P," alleged financial operator of the Sinaloa Cartel.

The man of Mexican nationality is required by the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia to be prosecuted for his probable responsibility in crimes of criminal association and against health.

Through a statement, the FGR revealed that Jorge "P" probably worked as the financial operator of the criminal organization and has been linked with other drug cartels in Guatemala and Colombia to transport cocaine from these countries, through Mexico, and as a final destination to the United States of America.

The Prosecutor's Office revealed that Jorge "P" probably worked as the financial operator of the criminal organization

"The Government of Mexico granted the extradition of the defendant to the U.S. Government. The delivery of this individual was made at Mexico City International Airport (AICM)," the Prosecutor's Office informed the U.S. agents, designated for his final transfer.

The alleged drug trafficker was arrested in San Miguel Allende, Guanajuato, on May 15, 2016.

This week, Luz Irene Fajardo Campos, the Comadre, Godmother and / or the Doña, was sentenced to 22 years in prison for her activities in international drug trafficking, allied with the Sinaloa Cartel and her friend, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, El Chapo.

In addition to the sentence, the Comadre will have to serve five years of supervised release and lose 18 million dollars.

Luz Irene Fajardo Campos is 57 years old

She was pointed out as the most powerful underworld woman in Mexico for six years. In 2016, according to file 1:16-cr-00154, she was extradited to the United States and after being presented in a federal court of the District of Columbia she pleaded not guilty.

Like his partner and friend, Chapo Guzmán, Fajardo Campos confronted the judicial system of that country and was charged with trafficking cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana. 

Last December, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson found her responsible for the charges and the Comadre was only waiting for a conviction.

"With this sentence, we cut off the snake's head," said Cheri Oz of the Phoenix Field Division of the Drug Control Administration (DEA).

The 57-year-old woman, originally from Culiacán, Sinaloa, was tried for a week in December 2019. 

The accusations against her are for conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, and to manufacture and / or distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine in Mexico, Colombia, Honduras and other Central American countries, knowingly and with the intention that these substances would be illegally imported into the United States.

"El Chapo" and his children collaborated with this woman, originally from Culiacán

"Luz Irene Fajardo Campos and her organization imported large amounts of cocaine and methamphetamine into the United States, bribed foreign law enforcement officers along the way, and then distributed those drugs in our communities," said Assistant Secretary of Justice Kenneth A. Polite Jr. of the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice.

According to inquiries from the U.S. authorities, La Comadre ran a drug trafficking network with her adult children in complicity with the Sinaloa Cartel.

She obtained cocaine directly from Colombia, employed pilots and negotiated the purchase of planes to transport the narcotic to Central America and Mexico. 

She was not only a partner of Chapo Guzmán or Ismael Zambada García, El Mayo, but with the children of these and other drug traffickers of the transnational criminal group. Through those links it had greater reach in the United States.

She also supervised the import of chemical precursors to Mexico, which she processed in methamphetamine in a narcolaboratory located in the desert on the outskirts of Hermosillo, Sonora. She then distributed that drug in Tucson, Arizona and Jackson, Mississippi, among other cities



  1. Another one going to the slammer. Gets boring, being locked up in a 10x12 cell.

    1. Kinda agree with your statement but then again rather that then a shit 9-5 job going to work then home the gym divorce all that shit everybody goes thru nowadays

  2. nada que ver con papá don emilio Quintero. jefe supremo en los 80 y 90.

  3. She worked for Speedy Mares of CAF

  4. Animo Sicarios!

    Pura Gente Del Señor Guzman. Saludos a la Comadre !

    That picture of El Patron wearing the Delta Force CAG camouflage gear and the tactical mustache is definetly a tresure. He looks like the Mexican Rambo and always with a beautiful lady on his side.

  5. The snitching never ends with these Sinaloans. No honor, no integrity, nada! Weak ass broken cartel

    1. It’s in their DNA to rat they can’t help it smh

    2. Stfu any Cartel member will snitch go read a magazine you say what everyone says.

  6. For some reason, I always thought that picture wasn’t of the real Chapo. Some friends of mine from Culiacan shared the same thoughts, when the photo first arose almost a decade ago..

    1. The picture of him crying while getting taken to prison with his head held down like a dog is real


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