Colombia Extradites Woman with Ties to Mexican Sinaloa Cartel

By Dialogo
August 09, 2012


On Aug. 7, Colombia extradited to the United States a woman believed to have ties to Mexican Sinaloa Cartel, whose leader is Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán. Dolly Cifuentes Villa, 48, is charged with drug-trafficking and money laundering crimes by a U.S. court, informed the Colombian Police.

Cifuentes Villa was handed over to the DEA on Aug. 2, at the Catam Military Airport in Bogotá, to later be transported to the Florida Southern District Court, said the Colombian Police in a press release.

The woman, known as “La Meno,” was detained in Aug. 2011, during a police operation in the municipality of Envigado, near the city of Medellín (Northeast).

Alias “La Meno” is Francisco Cifuentes Villa’s sister. According to local authorities, Francicso Cifuentes Villa (killed in April 2007), was kingpin Pablo Escobar’s personal pilot. The latter was the highest chief of the Medellín cartel, and died in December 1993.

Since the death of Francisco Cifuentes, his siblings Alexander, Jorge Milton and Dolly assumed control of his illegal business and joined forces with “El Chapo” Guzmán. According to the police, the Cifuentes Villa siblings sent close to 30 tons of cocaine to the United States in the last three years.



What a way of taking care of Viceroy Uribe. You miss all the information on the link between Uribe, his brother, the drug dealers, and this lady, or they do not have any relationship? Yours are pure lies!!!
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