AMLO, Peña Nieto, Calderón and Fox paid 69 million pesos to a company linked to the Sinaloa Cartel

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador joined his three predecessors to pay contracts that amounted to at least 69 million pesos in the last two decades to a company linked to the Sinaloa Cartel through operations through the wife and daughters of Ismael Zambada Garcia, the Mayo.

According to documents obtained via transparency by the journalist Anabel Hernandez, the tabasqueño is who more money has been allocated to the instance that operates as a nursery, but identified by United States Department of the Treasury as one of the front businesses to launder money for the leader of the transnational drug trafficking group.

“Illegal sources of income that feed drug trafficking, its violence and corruption”, called the Drug Control Administration (DEA) in 2007 to Happy Child Nursery SC, when it was listed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control.

That time five more companies were consigned under the Kingpin Act, along with the first wife of the Mayo Zambada, Rosario Fog Cardoza and his four daughters: Maria Teresa, Midiam Patricia, Monica del Rosario Y Modest. All of them, from the same nucleus from which it came Vicente Zambada Niebla, the Vicentillo.

The amounts began in 2001 with Vincent Fox through the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS). At that time, the company had only been established for a few months in Culiacan, Sinaloawhere it still operates.

But the agreements continued with Felipe Calderon, Enrique Pena Nieto and the 22.4 million pesos delivered by the government of López Obrador since the beginning of his six-year term.

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