Nini Johana Usuga David “La Negra” sister of drug trafficker Dairo Antonio Úsuga David, better known as “Otoniel, former leader of the Clan del Golfo, was extradited by Colombia to the United States, accused of drug trafficking and money laundering.
It was Friday afternoon, “La Negra” was extradited to appear before the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, about his alleged participation in the distribution of five kilos of cocaine and leading a money laundering network.
“La Negra”, 40, is accused of laundering the assets of the Clan del Golfothe most powerful narco-paramilitary group in Colombia and of having links with international criminal gangs, including Mexican drug traffickers for the shipment of cocaine, according to Colombian government reports.
Accused of laundering assets of the Clan del Golfo
Nini Johana was captured since March 2021 in Colombia and last April she was his extradition to the United States was approved to answer for drug trafficking crimes against him.
“She was in charge of boosting the criminal income obtained from drug trafficking… to give the character of legality to the money derived from drug trafficking of the criminal organization, through money laundering,” highlighted the statement from the Colombian government.
“La Negra” received direct orders from “Otoniel”
According to the extradition request from the United States sent to the Colombian government, “La Negra” received direct orders from her brother “Otoniel” and that charged “taxes” for cocaine shipments leaving the Gulf of Urabá, northwest of the country.
Videos of the moment of his extradition from Colombia to the United States circulate on social networks. “La Negra” wears a dark suit (trousers and jacket) as well as a white blouse, while she signs some documents before Interpol agents.
In another video, “La Negra” is seen handcuffed when she is directed to a plane at Catam Air Base No. 1, to be extradited to the United States.
Along with “La Negra”, six other members of the Clan del Golfo were also extradited.
“Otoniel” was extradited to the United States last May
It was last May that “Otoniel”, the top boss of the Colombian cartel, was also extradited to the United States, where he pleaded not guilty to drug trafficking charges during his first court hearing in Brooklyn, New York.
According to official reports, the Clan del Golfo, became very powerful, with a family structure. Its members exceeded more than 3,500 and had the capacity to traffic 20 tons of cocaine per month.
You may also like:
–Chapo Guzmán: Defense of officials sued by the former leader of the Sinaloa cartel asks again to dismiss the lawsuit for “mistreatment”
–In the area of the Sinaloa cartel, a man falls with $150,000 in cash
–VIDEO: Colombian Army fires from a helicopter gunship to arrest Otoniel, from the Clan del Golfo