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monas
I thought that US gov't appeal on the granting of bail for Jessica Osequera was due on Friday March 6, 2020.  Are there any updates?
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Chivis
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they combined it with the hearing about discovery being available to Jessica.

She lost both issues...I began a post about the issues see below what I have written about the bail, I gleaned info from the court docs.


Setting Conditions of Release

Specifically, the Magistrate Judge conditioned a release on Jessica participating  in a High Intensity Supervision Program.  Additionally, she was to; surrender  both her U.S. and Mexican passports, GPS location monitoring and home detention at a residence in Washington, D.C., plus weekly in-person reports to a probation officer.

Jessica was also to acquire  a $500,000 bond secured by a piece of property in California owned by defendant’s aunt which, it was represented to the Magistrate Judge, as having a value of at least $500,000. (note: At the detention hearing before this Court, the government submitted that the property had an assessed value of only $109,889 and was last sold for $99,999, substantially lower than $500,000 appearance bond it was meant to secure.

However, in California the assessed value rises in little increments after the year of sale and begins with sales price.  It also raises with improvements.  The actual value would depend on the year of purchase,  less any mortgage.)

Release Order
At the government’s request, the Magistrate Judge stayed her ruling in order to allow the government to appeal and petition the Court for review.

A hearing was promptly scheduled for and held the next day, on March 3, 2020.

March 3 hearing


In the March 3rd hearing, a motion filed by the defendant to compel release of evidence was discussed.  The defendant asserts is necessary to prepare her pretrial case.

Both the evidence motion and pretrial release were discussed in the March 3rd hearing, and both resolved.

The judge ruled in favor of the prosecution and rescinded the order to release.






 
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Chivis
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You are new so I will let it slide, but posts are not to be a question.  it must contain news or facts.

in this case by going back to the original post about jessica and posting the same question, that makes in within our guidelines

Thanks
 
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@Chivis are you reading anything into the aunt's property as collateral? Her personal property must be up for confiscation in this case.  Bernie Madoff was given a sweeter bond deal, although he had an actual residence in the city/state he was charged in. Emma better stay in Mexico, this could happen to her one day.
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I am not sure, but obviously they offered property they could live without.  I sure would like to know where it is to determine real value in todays market
 
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Daughter of Mexican drug cartel boss El Mencho wants emergency bond because of COVID-19
Beth Warren, Louisville Courier Journal Published 12:06 p.m. ET March 20, 2020 | Updated 2:01 a.m. ET March 21, 2020



The daughter of a billionaire cartel boss who has eclipsed notorious drug lord "El Chapo" is seeking emergency release on bond from a federal jail because of the potential of an outbreak of COVID-19.

Jessica Johanna Oseguera González — daughter of one of America's most sought after fugitives known as "El Mencho" — is 33 and has no known illnesses that place her in a high-risk category. Yet her attorneys are arguing that she should be allowed bond because of the dangers of the coronavirus.

The daughter, known as "La Negra," was arrested March 3 at a federal courthouse in Washington, D.C. when she attempted to go through security and head to a courtroom to support her brother, Rubén Oseguera González, who had been extradited from Mexico on drug trafficking charges.

Her brother, known as "El Menchito" or "Lil' Mencho" once stood to inherit the throne of a drug dynasty from his father in Mexico.

Menchito, the son of El Mencho, is in a Mexican jail while awaiting extradition to the U.S. He has a bandage from a nose job, but Mexican officials said they didn't know if he had the surgery to disguise his identity.

La Negra, who traveled from Mexico to the U.S. for the hearing, wouldn't have known that a grand jury had indicted her too because the indictment had been sealed.

Since her arrest, the coronavirus has spread into a global pandemic, endangering inmates, her attorney, Steven J. McCool, argued in his motion for an emergency hearing for bond.

"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," McCool wrote in his motion.

While no cases of the virus or the disease it causes, COVID-19, have not been detected at her jail, it's only a matter of time, he said.

La Negra has no criminal history and isn't charged with a violent crime, so she should be granted pretrial bond, her attorney claimed.

He declined an interview with The Courier Journal Friday.

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., gave prosecutors until Tuesday to file their response for an emergency bond.

Prosecutors previously convinced a U.S. District Court judge to deny bond, arguing that Oseguera is a flight risk, with substantial connections in Mexico. She and her children live in Guadalajara.

And her father commands the Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación, a ruthless cartel based in Guadalajara with extensive reach into the U.S. and six continents.

The investigation found the cartel operating in at least 35 states and the territory of Puerto Rico.

The U.S. is offering a $10 million reward for help capturing El Mencho, who leads the CJNG cartel, which, along with Sinaloa Cartel, is blamed for the bulk of illegal drugs that flood the streets of the U.S. — especially fentanyl, the nation's No. 1 killer.

La Negra was charged with her involvement in five businesses blacklisted by the U.S. Treasury Department for affiliations with CJNG, in a case led by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s Los Angeles Field Division.

Unlike their father, La Negra and her brother were born in the U.S., giving them dual citizenship — but also making her vulnerable to this rare plan of attack by federal prosecutors.

Because she is a U.S. citizen, it is a crime for her to spend money at or interact with the blacklisted businesses.

She is charged with associating with J&P Advertising, Las Flores Cabanas, Mizu Sushi Lounge, Operadora Los Famosas and Onze Black, a tequila label. U.S. citizens have been banned from associating with them since Sept. 17, 2015.

Along with La Negra, several defendants from coast to coast are seeking bond while awaiting trial or early release or home detention post-conviction because of COVID-19 risks.

An attorney in Miami is making a similar argument on behalf of Gilberto Rodriguez-Orejuela, one of the former leaders of the infamous Cali Cartel, a billion-dollar empire based in Columbia once blamed for the majority of the cocaine in the U.S.

A federal judge sentenced Rodriguez-Orejuela to 30 years in prison in 2006 after he pleaded guilty to drug charges.

Attorney David Oscar Markus, filed a motion Monday saying the drug lord is age 81 and in extremely fragile health: “When (not if) COVID-19 hits his prison, he will not have much of a chance.”

https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/crime/2020/03/20/mencho-cjng-cartel-boss-daughter-la-negra-coronavirus-covid-19/2883468001/

SIDENOTE:  Mencho and his family, Rosalinda, Menchito, Jessica appear to have not inherited a smile gene.
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Mica
Interesting bail attempt, but with Python and her being a US citizen, I don't think it will work.
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Pretty sure menchito will get a sweet deal ala vicentillo passing out old info to the dea that will not really help them get to Mencho
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What is Python?
"Bark dogs,  but while you're barking,  know that I am advancing."  El Senor de Gallos
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EL17, Python was the operation that was just carried out, where about 500 to 600 CJNG operatives were arrested in the USA.  
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I guess this did not go as planned for her, and might end up causing more harm to her future cases:

https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/crime/2020/03/24/prosecutors-el-menchos-daughter-misled-judge-seek-bond-due-coronavirus/2906718001/

"Jessica Johanna Oseguera González's attorney, Steven J. McCool, urged a U.S. District Court judge in Washington, D.C., in two motions filed last week to release her on bond to the home of an aunt so she could escape the threat of COVID-19. They offered up the aunt's home, which they valued at $500,000, to ensure her return to court.

However, prosecutors filed their own motion this week, asserting that the aunt's house "is a plot of land in Southern California that has an appraised value of only approximately $109,000 and previously sold for less than $100,000, suggesting an effort on the part of the defendant to mislead" the judge.

They say the woman, also known as "La Negra," is a serious flight risk. The judge agreed, issuing an order Tuesday denying her bond request based on COVID-19.

Jessica Oseguera Gonzalez
Jessica Oseguera Gonzalez (Photo: Provided by Mexico government)

Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell wrote that local jails are taking precautions and that the 33-year-old has no known illness to make her more vulnerable to COVID-19. He also noted that virus risks also exist outside of jail.

"The D.C. Department of Corrections has taken aggressive precautions to prevent the spread of the virus within the facility where defendant is detained, including suspending all in-person visits, programming, and volunteer activities within its facilities, enhanced cleaning efforts, especially within common areas, and vigilant medical personnel on alert for symptoms and prepared to isolate and treat symptomatic residents," the judge wrote in his order.


Our investigation: Drug lord’s empire is devastating families with its grip on US

District courts in Washington, D.C., also have taken precautions. Howell issued an order March 16 postponing trials and limiting court hearings, opting when possible to conduct video conferences, from March 17 through April 17."
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[TWO MONTHS LATER SINCE THE LAST POST, THIS ARTICLE CAME OUT IN EL UNIVERSAL TODAY, SO YOU CAN TAKE IT WITH A GRAIN OF SALT,.  WHAT A TANGLED WEB WE WEAVE . . . ]

Source:  https://www.eluniversal.com.mx/nacion/hija-de-el-mencho-tejio-red-de-empresas-en-jalisco



Jessica Johana Oseguera Gonzalez, alias La Negra, appointed by the United States Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) as financial facilatator of the CJNG, is in Mexico a training business woman who it has managed to establish its business network in Jalisco within the real estate, hotel, restaurant and how business sectors.  

In the last 10 years, La Negra, the oldest daughter of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes El Mencho, has opened the J JGON, SPR de RL de CV businesses in Guadalajara, J & P Advertising, SA de CV and Sanchez Reality, SA de CV, from which four more companies were derived: Las Flores Cabanas, the One Black tequila company, and the MizuSushi Lounge and Operator Los Famosos restaurant.

All their companies were legally founded and are registered in the Public Registry of Property and Commerce of Jalisco, some even have trademark registration before the Mexican Institure of Industrial Property (IMPI);  however, OFAC ensures that these commercial companies are part of a business network linked to the criminal group.

Once the companies were entered into the OFAC blacklist, in 2015, both J & P Advertising SA de CV and JJGON SPR de RL de CV, were liquidated the following year, according to the records of which EL UNIVERSAL has a copy.  However, Sanchez Reality, SA de CV and Operator Los Famosos are still at force.

La Negra was arrested on February 26 in the United States, while her brother Ruben El Menchito, both children of Oseguera Cervantes, leader of the CJNG, currently a fugitive and who is required by the US authorities, went to the appearance, they even offer a $10 million reward for his arrest.

Oseguera Gonzalez has dual nationality; was born in Los Angeles, California.  In Mexico, she studied a degree in Marketing at the Instituo Tecnologico de Dstudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), from where she graduated in 2009 and two years later opened her first businesses in partnership with paloma Novoa Gomez, her university colleague.

However, dual citizenship has played againstEl Mencho's daughter, as the kingpin Law allows the United States government to block the assets and interests within its territory to its citizens and foreigners who's are allegedly linked to trafficking of drugs.

That law is more severe with the United States citizens, since it strictly prohibits its making any type of transaction or commericaila deal with goods and interest of individuals or entities indicated by ties to drug trafficking.

According to the Department of Drug Administration and Control (DEA) and OFAC, the commercial companies in the name of Oseguera Gonzalez are part of the family network made up of about a hundred firms linked to CJNG.

The group known as Los Cuinis, of which Rosalinda Gonzalez Valencia, Jessica's mother, is part and according to United States agencies, is the main financial arm of money laundering for the criminal organization.

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all of whom have legally opened at least a dozen companies that are related to each other = according to what has been recorded in the entity's Public Registry.

According to the Treasury Department the network of Los Cuinis and CJNG companies is intertwined with the business network of former Nayarit governor Roberto Sandoval Castaneda and former magistrate Isidro Avelar Gutierrez.

On the other hand, Julio Al berth Castillo Rodriguez, Jessica's husband, who is also part of the CJNG, participates in the the network through RH=<osopm E,[resaroa;. S. de RL de CV, founded in 2009;  offers consultancy in contracting and provision of technical services.  However, he wa arrested in June 2015 with Ruben Oseguera, but he was released and recaptured in April 2016 in Guadalajara.

The United Stes Department of Justice alleges in its indictment that Oseguera Gonzalez continued his participation in J & O Advertising SA de CV;  JJGON SPR de RL de CV; Las Flores Cabins; Mizu Sushi Lounge and Operator Los Famous, and One Black, after their OFAC appointments in Spptember 2015.

On the legal situation of La Negra, it is known that the Federal Court of the District of Columbia made his trial official on May 26 and is still waiting for a hearing to be confirmed on June 26, although due to the pandemic it is likely have the date rescheduled.



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My last post on her case was in may  http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2020/05/update-in-case-of-jessica-oseguera.html

her trial date is December, and I have included the indictment
 
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New Charges Added in Case Against Daughter of Cartel Leader

July 21, 2020 MEGAN MINEIRO FacebookTwitterEmail

WASHINGTON (CN) — Federal prosecutors are upping the criminal charges brought against the daughter of one of Mexico’s most wanted cartel leaders, tripling the prison sentence she could serve if found guilty.

Jessica Oseguera González, 33, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to aiding and abetting the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, headed by her father, Nemesio “El Mencho” Oseguera Cervantes.



Federal prosecutors have argued González is a high flight risk. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell rejected an emergency motion in March to release her based on claims that continued incarceration while awaiting trial posed a grave health threat during the Covid-19 pandemic.

González was arrested in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, where she had planned to attend a legal proceeding in the criminal case brought against her 30-year-old brother Ruben Oseguera.

Both defendants are California-born dual citizens of the U.S. and Mexico, and will stand trial in front of the same Washington federal judge. Charged with drug distribution and possession of firearms, the younger Oseguera could face life in prison if convicted.

U.S. authorities have a $10 million award out on the two defendants’ father. Known as “El Mencho,” Oseguera Cervantes oversees a cartel considered to be one of the world’s most dangerous by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

DEA Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon announced earlier this year that 100 search warrants have been issued targeting the syndicate, commonly referred to as CJNG.

The criminal organization is said to operate more than 100 laboratories in Mexico producing methamphetamine, while also trafficking cocaine and fentanyl.

CJNG is one of the most dangerous drug trafficking organizations in the world,” Dhillon said in March. “El Mencho is one of our highest priorities to bring to justice.”

The charges brought against the cartel leader’s two adult children followed increased pressure on Mexico by President Donald Trump to extradite drug-trafficking suspects.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr pushed the issue last year on a visit to Mexico, where he met with law enforcement officials to discuss coordinated efforts to bring cartel members to trial.

Source:  Federal prosecutors have argued González is a high flight risk. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell rejected an emergency motion in March to release her based on claims that continued incarceration while awaiting trial posed a grave health threat during the Covid-19 pandemic.

González was arrested in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, where she had planned to attend a legal proceeding in the criminal case brought against her 30-year-old brother Ruben Oseguera.

Both defendants are California-born dual citizens of the U.S. and Mexico, and will stand trial in front of the same Washington federal judge. Charged with drug distribution and possession of firearms, the younger Oseguera could face life in prison if convicted.

U.S. authorities have a $10 million award out on the two defendants’ father. Known as “El Mencho,” Oseguera Cervantes oversees a cartel considered to be one of the world’s most dangerous by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

DEA Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon announced earlier this year that 100 search warrants have been issued targeting the syndicate, commonly referred to as CJNG.

The criminal organization is said to operate more than 100 laboratories in Mexico producing methamphetamine, while also trafficking cocaine and fentanyl.

“CJNG is one of the most dangerous drug trafficking organizations in the world,” Dhillon said in March. “El Mencho is one of our highest priorities to bring to justice.”

The charges brought against the cartel leader’s two adult children followed increased pressure on Mexico by President Donald Trump to extradite drug-trafficking suspects.

U.S. Attorney General William Barr pushed the issue last year on a visit to Mexico, where he met with law enforcement officials to discuss coordinated efforts to bring cartel members to trial.

Federal prosecutors have argued González is a high flight risk. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell rejected an emergency motion in March to release her based on claims that continued incarceration while awaiting trial posed a grave health threat during the Covid-19 pandemic.

González was arrested in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, where she had planned to attend a legal proceeding in the criminal case brought against her 30-year-old brother Ruben Oseguera.

Both defendants are California-born dual citizens of the U.S. and Mexico, and will stand trial in front of the same Washington federal judge. Charged with drug distribution and possession of firearms, the younger Oseguera could face life in prison if convicted.

U.S. authorities have a $10 million award out on the two defendants’ father. Known as “El Mencho,” Oseguera Cervantes oversees a cartel considered to be one of the world’s most dangerous by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

DEA Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon announced earlier this year that 100 search warrants have been issued targeting the syndicate, commonly referred to as CJNG.

The criminal organization is said to operate more than 100 laboratories in Mexico producing methamphetamine, while also trafficking cocaine and fentanyl.

“CJNG is one of the most dangerous drug trafficking organizations in the world,” Dhillon said in March. “El Mencho is one of our highest priorities to bring to justice.”

Source:  Federal prosecutors have argued González is a high flight risk. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell rejected an emergency motion in March to release her based on claims that continued incarceration while awaiting trial posed a grave health threat during the Covid-19 pandemic.

González was arrested in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, where she had planned to attend a legal proceeding in the criminal case brought against her 30-year-old brother Ruben Oseguera.

Both defendants are California-born dual citizens of the U.S. and Mexico, and will stand trial in front of the same Washington federal judge. Charged with drug distribution and possession of firearms, the younger Oseguera could face life in prison if convicted.

U.S. authorities have a $10 million award out on the two defendants’ father. Known as “El Mencho,” Oseguera Cervantes oversees a cartel considered to be one of the world’s most dangerous by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

DEA Acting Administrator Uttam Dhillon announced earlier this year that 100 search warrants have been issued targeting the syndicate, commonly referred to as CJNG.

The criminal organization is said to operate more than 100 laboratories in Mexico producing methamphetamine, while also trafficking cocaine and fentanyl.

“CJNG is one of the most dangerous drug trafficking organizations in the world,” Dhillon said in March. “El Mencho is one of our highest priorities to bring to justice.”

The charges brought against the cartel leader’s two adult children followed increased pressure on Mexico by President Donald Trump to extradite drug-trafficking suspects.

[Source is not copying]

[MENCHO DOESN'T SEEM TO BE A FAMILY MAN.  FIRST ROSALINDA, MENCHITO AND LA NEGRA.  HE'S PUT THEM ALL IN HARM'S WAY.  ANOTHER LESSON, DON'T VISIT THE SON OF THE MOST WANTED MAN IN THE WORLD, EVEN IF HE'S YOUR BROTHER]
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what are the new charges?
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Getting in Trump's way for reelection. High risk flight.  Supporting Mencho and having the wrong father.
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😂 exactly!
Have they killed the Mexican attorney who gave her the green light to travel?
Parro wrote
Getting in Trump's way for reelection. High risk flight.  Supporting Mencho and having the wrong father.
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I have not found any as of yet, but found some interesting other tidbits such as a preclusion request on anything giving the impression of her connection to cjng trafficking....que????  OFAC-designated entity.

in her attempt to distance herself from the kingpin act the of came back in part with this:

a service used by the defendant to register BRIC Inmobiliaria’s website, Bluehost, decided to deactivate the defendant’s web hosting account. The defendant used the same account to register a number of other web domains as well, including domains related to businesses subject to the indictment: J&P Advertising (jp-adv.com), Tequila Onze Black (tequilaonce.com, tequilaonze.com), Mizu Sushi (mizusushi.mx, mizusushilounge.com), Las Flores Cabanas (cabanaslasflores.com, lasflorescabanas.com), and others.

The web hosting service sent the defendant a notice on August 23, 2015, alerting her of the OFAC sanctions and its decision to deactivate her account. That notice read, in pertinent part:


"Jessica,
It has recently come to our attention that a package under your control is providing service to individuals or businesses specifically designated as blocked . . . . Directives enforced by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, which administers and enforces trade and economic sanctions in accordance with U.S. policy, do not allow us as a U.S. company to do business with persons or entities on the blocked list . . . .
Subject to the OFAC sanctions, we are unable to provide hosting, domain registration, and related services to any server, reseller, shared account, entity or person in the embargoed region or on the blocked list. . . .

At this time, the account or accounts in question have been suspended and disabled. This means that your websites are not currently accessible to visitors, and you cannot log into your account. . . ."

Records from the web hosting service show that the very next day, a phone number registered to the Guadalajara, Mexico area – where the defendant resided and ran her businesses – contacted the company’s customer service line and had a 26-minute phone call. Thereafter, the web hosting service appears to have severed the BRIC Inmobiliaria domain registration from the defendant’s web hosting account in order to permit temporary reactivation of her account.


The next month, on September 17, 2015, OFAC designated additional businesses connected to the defendant: JJGON, J&P Advertising, Mizu Sushi, Tequila Onze Black, and Las Flores Cabanas. Thereafter, records from the web hosting service show that the defendant’s domain registration account was again deactivated, and that the domain registrations for J&P Advertising, Mizu Sushi, Tequila Onze Black, and Las Flores Cabanas, among others, were specifically banned on account of the OFAC designations.
The government anticipates introducing this documentary evidence at trial, as well as related testimony, possibly to include testimony from investigative agents, representatives of the of the web hosting service, associates of the defendant who were aware of her activities vis-à-vis BRIC Inmobiliaria, associates of the defendant who were aware of her involvement in registering websites and domain names for various businesses, and others.

there is a ton to go thru.  I had not written an update due to lack of time but have separated out   some facts of great interest.

she is worried about a possible designation of being connected to a terrorist org or/and the org being designated as one ... assumedly, cjng....
 
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Parro
https://www.courthousenews.com/new-charges-added-in-case-against-daughter-of-cartel-leader/

Beware, I don't know if this web-site can be trusted, but they state they are an aggregator of legal news, based out of Pasadena, California.

Chivas, very interesting info on Jessica, thanks!
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Chivis
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Parro...it is my quick take away.

Here is the thing.  There is no additional charges at this time, BUT the gov gave notice there will be  "closer to trial" they did that with chapo and mochomo.  the really ugly charges come out only when the gov has to, as a strategy.  

They are really fighting the Kingpin designation. Saying it could prejudice the jury against her.  

I wonder, and anyone can answer, do attorneys ever fight the designation BEFORE capture and trial?  

Here are two links to the docs posted on my scribd page

https://www.scribd.com/document/470038928/Jessica-Osegura-Evidence-and-Preclusions

https://www.scribd.com/document/470034496/Daughter-of-El-Mencho-leader-of-CJNG-Jessica-Oseguera-Indictment-superceding
 
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