Alexandrina Maria Salazar Salazar Hernandez and Alfredo Guzman are considered from now as cartel operators according to the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Treasury. Under this consideration, the U.S. authorities can confiscate any property in the U.S. and prosecute any individual or business that deals with them.
It “is the sixth time during the last year that the Office has identified and exposes the organization operating under the Chapo Guzman, “the statement said. Recently it announced that the U.S. State Department had integrated its blacklist to other children of the “Chapo” Guzman: Ivan Archivaldo Guzman Salazar, “The Chapito” 31, and Ovid Guzman Lopez, 22.
When considering working with his father, the EU government can also seize the goods of “The Chapito” and Ovid. “The Chapito “is from the marriage of Joaquin Guzman Loera with Alexandrina Maria Salazar, while Guzman Lopez is one of the four children that Sinaloa cartel leader fathered with his second wife, Griselda Lopez.
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