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On July 5, a federal grand jury in Washington DC issued an indictment against her, but the former lawmaker has litigated since then to try to stay in San Diego. Photo: Facebook



Víctor Fuentes
Cd. De México (August 26, 2017) .-


Former Sinaloa deputy Lucero Guadalupe Sánchez was transferred from San Diego to Washington DC on Friday, where she will be charged on charges of drug trafficking and complicity with Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán.

The US Marshals Service, or US Marshalls, made Sanchez López's move early in the morning, even though his attorney had filed an emergency appeal with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to maintain it in San Diego .

"Based on travel arrangements initiated on August 22, Sánchez left San Diego before business hours on August 25. The transfer followed standard protocols of the Federal Sheriffs," the Justice Department informed the Court of Appeals.

"After receiving notice of the appeal, and the order of this Court to respond, the Prosecutor's Office attempted to contact the Sherpas during the night of August 24 to determine Sanchez's location, but when it was possible to speak to an officer with knowledge Of the case, at 9:12 am on Friday, Sanchez had already left (San Diego). "

Known as the "chapodiputada" for her alleged personal closeness to the capo, Sánchez was arrested on June 21 while attempting to enter the United States.

On July 5, a federal grand jury in Washington DC filed an indictment against her, but the former lawmaker litigated since then to try to stay in San Diego, claiming that her transfer would be unconstitutional because the crimes she was charged were not committed in U.S.

On August 22, a California Southern District Court Judge dismissed a final petition and signed the transfer order, which was followed on Apr. 23, appearing before the Court of Appeals, which apparently has already been dropped.

Most likely, Sánchez will appear Monday in Washington before Judge Rudolph Contreras.

According to informants from the Department of Homeland Security (DSI), the defendant was with "El Chapo" Guzman on February 17, 2014, when she escaped seafarers through a tunnel in Culiacan.

Before the informant, he presented himself with the names Tere and Maico, said to be the Sinaloan's girlfriend and asked for help to contact "the minors", which is how they referred to the capo's children, since it was necessary to deliver goods from Costa Rica's Oscar Berrocal Sandi, who operated for the Sinaloa Cartel from Ecuador.

Tere's identity as a trusted person of "El Chapo" was verified by the informant with a call to what the ISD and the DEA call "the second circle" of the capo's assistants, through which he transmitted his messages and orders.

The informant identified Sánchez López in a photograph as the person who used the aforementioned aliases.

Calls intercepted in September 2013 to members of the "second circle" of the capo also allowed the Department of Homeland Security to detect the participation of the former deputy and her sister in at least two operations to handle drug money, one for 500,000 dollars and the Another for 380 thousand pesos.

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According to informants from the US Department of Homeland Security, Sánchez López was with "El Chapo" on February 17, 2014, when he escaped seafarers through a tunnel in Culiacan.


Víctor Fuentes
Cd. De México (August 29, 2017) .-

From the queen of Cosala to "Chapodiputada"

Former Sinaloa deputy Lucero Guadalupe Sánchez López was brought before a federal judge in Washington DC, where she will be indicted on charges of narco-trafficking and complicity with Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán.

Sánchez López was presented to the District Court for the District of Columbia, where she pleaded not guilty to the charge of drug trafficking charged to her, four days after the Federal Marshals Service initiated the process to transfer him from San Diego, where was captured in June.

Judge Michael Harvey accepted the prosecution's request to keep Sánchez López in custody for another three days and scheduled a hearing for Friday, in which Judge Robin Meriweather will ultimately decide whether to keep her imprisoned while the trial is being processed.

According to court records, the judge also issued an "alert on the physical or mental health" of Sánchez López, addressed to the Medical Unit of the Department of Corrections of the District of Columbia, who has it in his custody.

The hearing lasted 16 minutes, and Sánchez López, who litigated intensely to stay in San Diego, was represented by an attorney assigned by the Court, but asked to be allowed to appoint his own lawyer.

Sánchez López, 28, known as "chapodiputada" for his alleged closeness to the capo, was transferred on Friday, August 25, although an emergency appeal was pending before the Court of Appeals of the Ninth Circuit, based in San Francisco.

Still Monday, Sanchez's lawyers asked that Court order the return of her client to San Diego, because the transfer to Washington was not yet concluded, which implies that the Federal Sherriots did not take her to the US capital by air from the same Friday.

The Justice Department has already notified the Mexican Consulate in Washington, as Sánchez López has the right to legal assistance from Mexican authorities.

According to informants from the US Department of Homeland Security, Sánchez López was with "El Chapo" on February 17, 2014, when he escaped seafarers through a tunnel in Culiacan.

Before the informant, Sánchez López presented with the names Tere and Maico, said to be the bride of "El Chapo" and asked for help to contact Los Menores, as they referred to the capo's children, since it was necessary to deliver merchandise from Costa Rican Óscar Berrocal Sandi, who operated for the Sinaloa Cartel from Ecuador.

Tere's identity as a trusted person of "El Chapo" was verified by the informant with a call, to which the DSI and the DEA denominate "the second circle" of assistants of the capo, through which it transmitted its messages and orders.

The informant identified Sánchez López in a photograph as the person who used the aliases Tere and Maico.

Calls intercepted in September 2013 to members of El Chapo's "second circle" also allowed the DSI to detect the involvement of Sánchez López and his sister in at least two operations to handle money from drug trafficking, one for $ 500,000 and the other For 380 thousand pesos. Time of publication: 17:12 hrs

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