LOS ANGELES, California.- In recent months, the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) lost three key pieces from its dome: two sons of the head of that organization Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes and one of his brothers-in-law, who ran its financial operations from South america.
Three are already in prisons of the united States facing long sentences. It is Ruben Oseguera Gonzalez, aka ‘El Menchito’ and who was considered the second-in-command of the CJNG; his sister Jessica Johanna Oseguera Gonzalez, accused of money laundering through five companies; and the uncle of both Gerardo González, Valencia, one of the leaders of the criminal group The Cuinis.
They left a vacuum that other cartel members would already be trying to fill. The Administration for Drug Control (DEA) believes that four leaders of a high caliber could relevarlos.
Some are key partners and advisors ‘El Mencho,’ other coordinate massive shipments of drugs from South america and receive the million-dollar illicit proceeds from the united states and Europe.
This is the information and pictures of these criminals, who have been charged for cocaine trafficking in a federal court in Washington DC, that the drug enforcement agency sent to Univision News: