According to confidential documents released by LulzSec the Arizona Police knew about the presence of “El Chapo ” in Sonora but did not inform the Government of Mexico.
The group of hackers “LulzSec“ leaked more than 700 documents from the Department of Public Safety in Arizona for retaliation against SB 1070 in Arizona.
Authorities in Arizona learned through an informant about the presence of Joaquin Guzman Loera “El Chapo Guzmán” at a ranch near Sonoita, Sonora, on January 26, 2009, according to documents leaked by the group of hackers “LulzSec.”
The document leaked by the hackers said that “El Chapo Guzman, leader of the Sinaloa cartel met with members of his organization in the” Rancho Jalisco “, east of Sonoita, Sonora.
The confidential documents show that the authorities in the Arizona border town across from Sonora Mexico new “El Chapo” Guzman was in the area, on January 26, 2009.
The informant explained in the note that El Chapo arrived sometime in the last 48 hours, along with a large group of members of the cartel. He also mentioned that “there was a new transport line that works in Ajo, Arizona that was extremely violent and were ready to deploy grenades and rifles” (OSA-09-025)
LulzSec Chinga La Migra Leak:
"On 01/26/2009, at approximately, 2030 hours, I was informed by Ajo Disrupt Units that they had made contact with a source of information (SOI) which provided information on the Sinaloa Cartel. Chapo Guzman leader of the Sinaloa Cartel was currently at a ranch near Sonoita, Sonora Mexico. SOI stated he arrived sometime in the last 48 hours along with a large entourage of his cartel members. They had a meeting / Party at the “Ranch Jalisco” east of Sonoita, Mexico. The SOI was present at the ranch during the meeting. Chapo stated to members of the cartel that they will be responsible to defend their loads or there will be consequences for their losses. The drivers of the contraband were instructed to carry long arms and wear body armor. Chapo also stated that he was going to take care of anyone who betrayed him. This information is considered credible because it has been verified by a credible source of information.."