This Chinese woman has lost everything, and nothing is going to bring her back to her country.
Liang Yingzhe, 40, is currently serving a life sentence in an American prison for her role in a smuggling ring that smuggled over 1.5 million kilos of cocaine into the United States.
The Chinese woman who smuggled more than 1.2 million kilotons of cocaine from the United State into the country in the past decade.
Liaquat Yang, 35, was sentenced to a maximum term of five years and three months in prison for a third-degree felony conspiracy to traffic drugs.
Lianyu Zhang, 41, pleaded guilty in 2016 to two counts of conspiring to smuggle cocaine into Mexico.
Zhang was convicted of conspiracy to import cocaine and one count of conspiracy in the first degree, according to the US Department of Justice.
He was sentenced in January 2018 to nine months in federal prison, followed by two years of supervised release.
Liu Jinghua, 51, was arrested in 2015 and sentenced to 15 years in prison after a federal grand jury found she was involved in an international cocaine smuggling ring, the Drug Enforcement Administration said in a statement.
Zhou Xing, 57, was charged with conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to transport narcotics in February 2018.
He had previously been convicted in 2009 of conspiracy and money laundering, according the Drug and Firearms Enforcement Administration.
Lu Qingyun, 61, was jailed for six years in February 2019 on charges of money laundering.
She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to export narcotics in November 2018.
She was sentenced on April 21, 2019, to two years in federal detention.
Ming Li, 40