Emma Coronel must look for work and not have weapons: The 13 rules for Chapo’s wife when leaving prison


Emma Coronel was detained at Dulles airport.

Emma Coronel was detained at Dulles airport.

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Emma Coronel Aispuro, the former beauty queen and wife of the founder of Sinaloa Cartel (CDS), Joaquín “el Chapo” Guzmán, he will have to look for work and will not be able to have weapons, this as part of the 13 conditions that he will be forced to fulfill when he is released from prison in 2024, when he is serving a 36-month prison sentence in the United States.

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According to document 45 of case 1: 21-cr-00255-R of the District of Columbia, released in the United States and Mexican media, during the first 4 years of her probation, Emma Coronel will be under strict surveillance by the authorities and will warn of Whatever step he intends to take, it seems that he will not return to his life as an influencer on social networks.

The 13 rules for Chapo Guzmán’s wife

  1. Will report to assigned federal office 72 hours after release
  2. You will receive instructions on when to report to an assigned officer
  3. If you want to move out of the district where you have been authorized to live, then you will need the officer’s permission for the duration of the probation.
  4. It will require approval each time you change your address in the same district
  5. You must answer the officer’s questions truthfully
  6. You will receive the visit of the responsible officer at any time and day
  7. You will be obliged to look for a job of at least 30 hours a week
  8. You will not be able to have communication with people involved in illegal activities
  9. If she is detained again, she must contact the officer in charge of her custody
  10. Not possessing firearms
  11. You will not be able to make agreements with any government agency without authorization from the Court.
  12. If the supervisor considers that at any time he represents a risk to other people, he will notify whoever is necessary.
  13. Obey at all times the orders of the responsible officer

On November 30, 2021, Coronel Aispuro was sentenced to 36 months in prison, after pleading guilty and being considered a “minor participant” of the Sinaloa Cartel.

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