The mexican woman who ran an international drug cartel sentenced

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As the leader of a Mexico-based international drug-trafficking ring has been convicted of an attempt to make the transportation of cocaine and methamphetamine into the United States of america, the Department of Justice said on Thursday.

Luz Irene Fajardo Campos, was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, and the production and distribution of 500 grams or more of methamphetamine in Mexico, Colombia, chile, and Honduras, among other countries.

“Luz Irene Fajardo we’ve got a sophisticated international drug-trafficking organization aligned with the Sinaloa cartel and that the pumping of large quantities of cocaine and methamphetamine in communities across the United States,” said Assistant Attorney General Brian Benczkowski, of the agency’s criminal division.

Fajardo Campos, also known as “La Comadre,” “La Madrina” and “La Donna,” walked into the multinational ring with her grown-up children, according to a department of justice statement.

She bought the cocaine from Colombia and the airline pilots in the service, and the use of the jets for the delivery of drugs to Central America and Mexico, for delivery to the united states, federal prosecutors said.


Fajardo Campos, it is also responsible for the import of precursor chemicals in Mexico, they used to be made into methamphetamine at a laboratory in the desert outside of the city of Hermosillo, in the Mexican state of Sonora.

It is scheduled to be sentenced March 26.

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