Mexican Narcotrafficker Pleads Guilty To Importing Cocaine Into The US For 30 Years

Mexican Narcotrafficker Pleads Guilty To Importing Cocaine Into The US For 30 Years

On Wednesday, a drug dealer admitted to participating in an international conspiracy to traffic cocaine.

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According to a representative for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of California, Raul Flores-Hernandez, better known as El Tio, 70, ran a criminal gang with headquarters in Mexico’s Jalisco State that smuggled cocaine into the US from the 1980s through 2017.

The spokesman added that Flores-Hernandez used his ties in business to smuggle cocaine into the US by land from Mexico after shipping it from Mexico to ports in Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru.

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The statement stated that the United States and Mexico collaborated to apprehend Flores-Hernandez and secure his extradition from Mexico. A July 2017 arrest led to his extradition in February 2021.

In response to one count of “conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine” into the US, Flores-Hernandez entered a guilty plea.

He will be sentenced on June 14 and might receive a life sentence if found guilty.

According to the spokesman, a federal district court judge would decide on any sentence after taking the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory considerations into account.

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