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Copy of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman
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Which is Nicknamed "El Chapo" He is the Mexican drug lord who leads the most powerful and world's largest drug trafficking organization called The Sinaloa Cartel named after the Mexican Pacific Coast State of Sinaloa. Guzman's was very poor. As a young boy he would sell oranges as a living. Arrest and Escape El Chapo was captured in Guatemala on June 9, 1993 and extradicted to Mexico He was sentenced to 20 years and 9 months in prison for drug trafficking, criminal association and bribery charges. Inside in jail he gained control over the prison guards he was well treated and respected Guzman had the police at his services, so that made it more easy for him to escape The ones the didn't follow his rules were killed According to officials 78 people have been implicated in his escape plan The Escape cost him $2.5 million Public Appeareances Joaquin's dad worked as a cattle rancher in the area they lived in, this job was very commen in that area. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Who is Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman? Is Mexico's Most Wanted Guzman began working in Drug Trafficking in the late 1970's He began working for Miguel Gallardo at that time he was the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel When Gallardo was captured Guzman took control over the Cartel Sinaloa Cartel Up to today, Guzman lead's the world's largest and most powerful Drug Trafficking organization Most of the members of this organization are related by blood or by marriage The Sinaloa Cartel smuggles multi-ton kilos of cocaine from colombia to Mexico and to the United States This organization smuggles a big part of the marijuana, heroin, cocaine and methamphetamines that ends up on American streets This cartel links to organized crime in 23 countries according to Mexico and U.S officials He beheads his rivals using Chainsaws or knives or by killing his enemies relatives According to sources Guzman has strong connections with governments and security forces leaving Messages to with their bodies like these one Sinaloa Cartel Map That makes impossible his arrest Before they were executed the guy on the right said " For those who might decide to enter the dark side of the Drug Cartels; Think next time you decide to give the "finger" (being a rat), think about it very carefully, because it's not easy being here, and you never return back. With these people you don't play around, the people of El Chapo are not how they say they are," he said with a broken voice. In another message on a pile of dismembered human trunks, El Chapo Guzman, he says it will teach them how to run a poster as if they’ve gotten where they are, is simply traitors.
“This is how people should stop asshole, descuartizándola, all those rats who steal and pass it by kidnapping and killing innocent people, I’ll teach you how to manage my poster that has 30 years, not as you were about boleros and wash cars and got to where they came as traitors …. Atte El Chapo “reads text.
With this action, El Chapo Guzman has launched a “clean” criminal group Los Zetas, their leaders and who serve this criminal organization. U.S. and Mexican officials say Mr. Guzmán has used money and cruelty to build a well-disciplined organization that protects him. He is believed to be hiding in the towering Sierra Madre mountains that run through Sinaloa and bordering states, making the task of finding him a bit like finding Osama bin Laden in the forbidding mountains of Pakistan. Another factor: Mr. Guzmán is believed to have bribed enough Mexican law-enforcement and army officials to get timely tip-offs that allow him to avoid capture. Works Cited This is sinaloa, where the Sinaloa Cartel started and thats where the cartel got its name. Once he entered a restaurant with his 15 body guards armed with AK 47's
The bodyguards were told to tell the people inside that the Boss was coming in.
They told the people to remain in their seats, the doors will be close and they weren't allowed to leave or used their cell phones.
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