Chicago Tribune (Reuters) - The daughter of Mexico's most notorious drug kingpin was being held in the United States after her arrest at the border last week, a U. official said on Wednesday, while the woman's lawyer declined to confirm her parentage and said she was not cooperating with authorities.According to the DEA ,the daughter of 'El Chapo' confessed her real name, inputted into the U. government database verified the relationship to the most wanted drug traffickers in Mexico and the United the daughter of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, as confirmed by the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA, for its acronym in English) according to biometric data such as fingerprints, reported Proceso magazine.An immigration judge set for October 25 as the date to review her case.The woman, seven months pregnant, will be deported as soon as possible to avoid having a child in the American union, the arrested confessed the plan.Alejandrina Gisselle Guzmán Salazar, 31, was charged Monday with fraud and misuse of visas, three days after authorities arrested her at San Diego's San Ysidro port of entry, the nation's busiest border crossing.The official said Guzmán Salazar has been "a dead end" in the search for the leader of Mexico's Sinaloa cartel. Not only does Strata have NYC all to itself (Data Works has San Jose, CA as its sole US location) but it happens in late September, just after the lazy haze of summer has worn off and right before the corporate budget process kicks in at a number of Enterprise companies. This year, Strata had the Javits Convention Center all to itself, rather than playing alongside another event.That made for crowds that were bigger but also less dense, sometimes giving off a false sense of lowered vitality. Industry to elephant: Go jump in a lake I say that because we seem to be in a new "don't ask, don't tell" environment for Hadoop, the first industry trend I want to acknowledge, even if it's a trend around lack of acknowledgement.
"It may just be an interesting factoid in the war on drugs or it could be a vital clue for law enforcement."Shirk noted that Benjamin Arellano Felix, who led what was then Mexico's most powerful drug cartel, was captured in Mexico in 2002 after authorities tracked his daughter to find him.
He said his client is a medical doctor from Guadalajara and is seven months pregnant. The system "linked the defendant with antecedents in the immigration service", revealed the agent in his testimony.
Moments later she confessed to customs inspectors that she was the daughter of el Chaparro, that had altered the name in the Mexican passport, and that had obtained a fake visa to travel to L. She indicated that once in the city she planned to give birth and meet with the father of their son. Vanegas' testimony was presented in the court by another agent representative, Elizabeth Rangel, of CBP.
She didn't say why she offered the information but the official speculated that she may have bet been betting authorities would be reluctant to bear the additional costs of holding someone with special medical needs. SAN DIEGO.- The daughter of Guzmán, Alejandrina Giselle Guzmán Salazar, was presented this Tuesday amidst a highly secure operation before the Federal Court in San Diego, U. During the presentation, the customs agent that stopped her, Alex Vanegas, gave his testimony to the court.
The complaint said Guzmán Salazar attempted to enter the country on foot Friday, impersonating someone with a non-immigrant visa contained in a Mexican passport. Treasury Department said it was placing financial sanctions on Guzmán's wife, Griselda López Pérez. citizens from making business transactions with that person and allows authorities to freeze their assets in the United States. citizenship, which entitles her to travel freely to the U. He said that an electronic identification system was the one that revealed the true identity of the daughter of the leader of the Cartel of Sinaloa, fugitive since 2001.The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that Guzmán Salazar's attorneys are Jan Ronis and Guadalupe Valencia, both known for representing high-profile drug trafficking figures.