Sister of Mayo Zambada associate ‘El Ruso’ released in Baja California

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Xóchitl Harumi “N”, 37, was detained on January 19, but later reports indicate that she was released. She is the sister of a man known as El Ruso, who is linked to Ismael El Mayo Zambada, leader of the Sinaloa Cartel. The woman was captured along with two other people in Baja California, and weapons were seized from them at the time of their capture.

On Sunday, January 28, Zeta Tijuana reported the release of El Ruso’s sister, who is identified as a relevant plaza boss for El Mayo Zambada. The media detailed that both the woman and her companions were released due to irregularities in their process. A judge determined that the evidence and testimonies that contradicted the version of the security agents were sufficient to grant freedom to the subjects. The judge also ordered an investigation into the actions of the uniformed officers at the time of the captures.

Juan José “N”, also known as El Ruso, is accused of leading a criminal cell allegedly linked to the Sinaloa Cartel called Los Rusos. He was sent to Baja California by El Mayo Zambada to prevent disputes from affecting the criminal organization, but these actions did not work. The area of ​​dispute between Los Chapitos and Los Rusos is a few kilometers from the border with the United States and they also have to face some members of the Arellano Félix Cartel who maintain their power in certain areas of Tijuana and Mexicali.

In addition, on May 14, 2021, elements of the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) and the then State Security and Investigation Guard detained a dozen people in Baja California, among whom were two agents from the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic (FGR). El Nini, identified as the alleged security chief of Los Chapitos, was arrested on November 22, 2023.

The woman and her companions were released due to irregularities in their process. A judge determined that the evidence and testimonies that contradicted the version of the security agents were sufficient to grant freedom to the subjects. The judge also ordered an investigation into the actions of the uniformed officers at the time of the captures. If it is proven that they acted inappropriately, they could be sanctioned.

The decision to release the woman and her companions was made by a judge who determined that the evidence and testimonies that contradicted the version of the security agents were sufficient to grant freedom to the subjects. The judge also ordered an investigation into the actions of the uniformed officers at the time of the captures. If it is proven that they acted inappropriately, they could be sanctioned.

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