Reporting on the Mexican Cartel Drug War

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera

Sunday, November 20, 2011 |

Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera (born April 4, 1957) nicknamed "El Chapo" (Sinaloan Spanish: "Shorty") for his 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) stature, is a Mexican drug lord who heads Mexico's and the world's largest and most powerful drug trafficking organization referred to as the Sinaloa Cartel, named after the Mexican Pacific coast state of Sinaloa where it was initially formed.

He became Mexico's top drug kingpin in 2003 after the arrest of his rival Osiel Cárdenas of the Gulf Cartel. Guzmán has been ranked by Forbes magazine as one of the most powerful people in the world every year since 2009; ranking 41st, 60th and 55th respectively.  He was also listed by Forbes as the world's 937th richest man in 2010 and 1,140th in 2011.

The Sinaloa Cartel smuggles multi-ton cocaine shipments from Colombia through Mexico to the United States, and has distribution cells throughout the U.S. His organization has also been involved in the production, smuggling and distribution of Mexican methamphetamine, marijuana, and heroin.

After the death of Osama Bin Laden on May 2, 2011, Guzmán became the FBI and Interpol's most wanted person. In addition, Forbes considers Guzmán the "biggest druglord of all time" and the DEA strongly believes he has surpassed the influence and reach of Pablo Escobar, and now considers him "the godfather of the drug world."

Biography
Guzmán was born on April 4, 1957 to a poor family in the rancho of La Tuna near Badiraguato, where he sold oranges as a child. He had two sisters: Armida and Bernarda; and had 4 brothers: Miguel Ángel, Aureliano, Arturo and Emilio. Little is known about Guzmán's early years.

His father was supposedly a cattle rancher, as were most in the area; it is believed, however, that he also grew opium poppy. Guzmán's father had connections to higher-ups in the Sinaloan capital of Culiacán through Pedro Avilés Pérez. Avilés was a key player in the Sinaloa drug business, seen as a pioneer for finding new methods of transporting the rural produce to urban areas for shipment by way of airplanes.

He is reportedly the first to use airplanes to smuggle cocaine to the United States. By the time Guzmán was in his 20s, his connection to Avilés would be his window of opportunity to start in the drug business and make his fortune. In the late 1970s, Héctor "El Güero" Luis Palma Salazar gave Guzmán his first big break. El Güero placed him in charge of transporting drugs from the Sierra to the cities and border and overseeing shipments. He was ambitious and pressed his bosses to increase the quantities of drugs being moved north.

In the early 1980s, Guzmán was introduced to Miguel "El Padrino" Ángel Félix Gallardo. Gallardo put him in charge of logistics – effectively coordinating airplane flights, boat arrivals and trucks coming from Colombia into Mexico. El Güero still controlled deliveries to clients in the United States, but Guzmán would soon work directly for El Padrino himself.

Although early on Guzmán lived in Guadalajara, as did Gallardo, his command and control center was actually located in Agua Prieta, Sonora. After Félix Gallardo's capture, Guzmán took control of the entire Sinaloa Cartel. Guzmán is wanted by the governments of Mexico and the United States and by INTERPOL; so far he has evaded operations to capture him.

Methamphetamine
After the fall of the Amezcua brothers, founders of the Colima Cartel, in 1998 on methamphetamine trafficking charges, there was a need for leadership throughout Mexico to coordinate methamphetamine shipments north. Guzmán saw an opportunity and seized on it. Easily arranging precursor shipments, Guzmán and Ismael Zambada García ("El Mayo") made use of their previous contacts on Mexico's Pacific coast. Importantly, for the first time the Colombians would not have to be paid – they simply joined methamphetamine with cocaine shipments.

This fact meant no additional money needed to go out for planes, pilots, boats, and bribes; they used the existing infrastructure to pipeline the new product. Up until this point, the Sinaloa Cartel had been a joint venture between Guzmán and Ismael Zambada García; the methamphetamine business would be Guzmán's alone. He cultivated his own ties to China, Thailand and India to import the necessary precursor chemicals. Throughout the mountains of the states of Sinaloa, Durango, Jalisco, Michoacán and Nayarit, Guzmán constructed large methamphetamine laboratories and rapidly expanded his organization.

His habit of moving from place to place allowed him to nurture contacts throughout the country. He was now operating in 17 out of 31 Mexican states. With his business expanding, he placed his trusted friend Ignacio "Nacho" Coronel Villarreal in charge of methamphetamine production; this way Guzmán could continue being the boss of bosses. Coronel Villarreal proved so reliable in the Guzmán business, he became known as 'Crystal King'.

Mexican Cartel Wars
Since his escape from prison, he had been wanting to take over the Ciudad Juárez crossing points, which are under control of the Carrillo Fuentes family of the Juárez Cartel. Despite high mistrust between the two organizations, the Sinaloa and Juárez cartels had an alliance at the time. He convened a meeting in Monterrey with Ismael Zambada Garcia ("El Mayo"), Juan José Esparragoza Moreno ("El Azul") and one of the Beltrán Leyva brothers and they discussed killing Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes, who was in charge of the Juárez Cartel.

On September 11, 2004, Rodolfo, his wife, and two young children were visiting a Culiacán shopping mall. While leaving the mall, escorted by police commander Pedro Pérez López, the family was ambushed by members of Los Negros, assassins for the Sinaloa Cartel. Rodolfo and his wife were killed, the policeman survived.

This now meant the plaza would no longer be controlled only by the Carrillo Fuentes family. Instead, the city found itself the front line in a country-wide drug war and would see homicides skyrocket as rival cartels fought for control. With this act, Guzmán was the first to break the nonaggression 'pact' the major cartels had agreed to, setting in motion the fighting between cartels for drug routes that has claimed more than 35,000 lives since December 2006.


Arrest and escape
Guzmán was captured in Guatemala on June 9, 1993 and extradited to Mexico and sentenced to 20 years, 9 months in prison for drug trafficking, criminal association and bribery charges. He was jailed in the maximum security La Palma (now Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1 or 'Altiplano') prison.

On November 22, 1995, he was transferred to the Puente Grande maximum security prison in Jalisco, Mexico, after being convicted of three crimes: possession of firearms, drug trafficking, and the murder of Cardinal Juan Jesús Posadas Ocampo (the charge would later be dismissed by another judge). He had been tried and sentenced inside the federal prison on the outskirts of Almoloya de Juárez, Mexico State.

The police say Guzmán carefully masterminded his escape plan, wielding influence over almost everyone in the prison, including the facility's director. He allegedly had the prison guards on his payroll, smuggled contraband into the prison and received preferential treatment from the staff.

In addition to the prison-employee accomplices, police in Jalisco were paid off to ensure he had at least 24 hours to get out of the state and stay ahead of the military manhunt. The story told to the guards being bribed was that Joaquín Guzmán was smuggling gold out of the prison, ostensibly extracted from rock at the inmate workshop. The escape allegedly cost Joaquín $2.5 million.

After a ruling by the Supreme Court of Mexico made it easier for extradition to occur between Mexico and the United States, Guzmán bribed several guards to aid his escape. On January 19, 2001, Francisco "El Chito" Camberos Rivera, a prison guard, opened Guzman's electronically operated cell door, where Guzmán got in a laundry cart that Camberos rolled through several doors and eventually out the front door. Guzmán was then transported in the trunk of a car driven by Camberos out of the town. At a gas station Camberos went inside, but when he came back Guzmán was gone on foot into the night. According to officials, seventy-eight people have been implicated in his escape plan.

Raids
In the ensuing manhunt, authorities arrested many of Guzmán's associates in the cities of Reynosa, Puebla, Toluca, and Mexico City. The states of Sinaloa and Nayarit would also see a wave of arrests. In the summer of that year, Esteban Quintero Mariscal, a hired killer and cousin of Guzmán's, was arrested and imprisoned in Cefereso No. 1, Mexico's highest-security prison.

The following day, El Chito, the prison guard most responsible for helping Guzmán escape, was captured and incarcerated in Mexico City's Reclusorio Preventivo Oriente. On September 7, 2001, authorities raided a stash house in the eastern Mexico City neighborhood of Iztapalapa. Federal agents chased three people fleeing the house all the way to Taxquena in the southern part of the city. Among those arrested was Arturo "El Pollo" Guzman Loera, Guzmán's younger brother. Guzmán reportedly considered suicide following his arrest. Authorities were led to Arturo by information from Quintero Mariscal.

In November 2001, military intelligence pinpointed Guzmán's location to somewhere between the cities of Puebla and Cuernavaca, where they captured Miguel Angel Trillo Hernandez. Trillo had helped Guzmán in the aftermath of his escape from Puente Grande, renting houses so Guzmán could hide in them. They next discovered Guzmán was hiding out on a ranch outside Sante Fe, Nayarit. Mexican military deployed helicopters to close in, but Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada provided his own helicopter to Guzmán to escape in to the Sierra.

Despite the progress made in detaining others in the aftermath of Guzmán's escape, arresting a handful of his top logistics and security men, the huge military and federal police manhunt failed to capture Guzmán himself. Since his escape, he has been Mexico's most wanted man.

On December 20, 2005 the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced a US $5 million reward for information leading to Guzmán's arrest and prosecution.

In March 2008, the Guatemalan government reported that Guzmán's organization may have been tied to a gun battle in their country that left ten gunmen dead. Three days later, the Honduran government reported that they were investigating whether he was hiding out in Honduras.

On April 18, 2009 in the state of Durango, Roman Catholic Archbishop Héctor Gonzalez announced that the fugitive drug trafficker was "living nearby and everyone knows it except the authorities, who just don't happen to see him for some reason." A few days afterwards, two military officers were found dead near a bullet-riddled car in the same area the archbishop claimed Guzmán lived. It is believed that the officers, who were dressed in civilian clothes, were working undercover in the area when they were abducted and executed in the remote village of Cienega de Escobar. A message was left near them: “You'll never get 'El Chapo', not the priests, not the government."

Family
In 1977 he married Alejandrina María Salazar Hernández, in a small ceremony in the town of Jesús María, Sinaloa. With Alejandrina Guzmán he had three children: César, Iván Archivaldo, and Jesús Alfredo. He set them up in a ranch home in Jesús María. In the mid-1980s Guzmán remarried; this time to Griselda López Pérez, with whom he had four more children: Édgar, Joaquín, Ovidio, and Griselda Guadalupe. Guzmán's sons would follow him into the drug business.

On February 15, 2005, Guzmán's son, Iván Archivaldo, was arrested in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico. He was sentenced to 5 years in a federal prison, but was released in April 2008 after a Mexican federal judge declared the case was lacking evidence. In June 2005, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) arrested his brother, two nephews and a niece. They also seized nine houses and six vehicles. Some of the arrests took place in the U.S. in cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles, and Oakland.

Guzmán reportedly strolled into a restaurant called "Barrokas" in Piedras Negras, with several of his bodyguards. After taking his seat, his men collected the cell phones of approximately thirty diners and instructed them to not be alarmed. The gangsters then ate their meal and left – paying for everyone else in the restaurant. That same month, Guzmán was reportedly seen in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, repeating his exploit at the "Los Platos" restaurant.

In November 2007, Guzmán was married to 18 year-old beauty queen Emma Coronel Aispuro in Canelas, Durango, Mexico. In August 2011, Coronel Aispuro, a citizen of the United States, gave birth to twin girls in a L.A. County Hospital.

Break with the Beltrán Leyva Cartel
Several factors influenced the break between the Sinaloa Cartel and the Beltrán Leyva brothers. The arrest of Guzmán's lieutenant, Alfredo Beltrán Leyva (a.k.a.: El Mochomo) was one incident, as he was believed to have given up El Mochomo for various reasons. In addition to this, Guzmán was voicing concerns with Alfredo Beltrán's lifestyle and high-profile actions for some time before his arrest.

The Beltrán Leyva brothers ordered the assassination of Guzmán's son, Édgar Guzmán Lopez, on May 8, 2008 in Culiacán; causing massive retaliation from Guzmán. They were also fighting over the allegiance of the Flores brothers, Margarito and Pedro, leaders of a major, highly lucrative cell in Chicago that distributed over two tons of cocaine every month. The Mexican military claim that Guzmán and the Beltrán Leyva brothers were at odds over Guzmán's relationship with the Valencia brothers in Michoacán.

Upon Alfredo Beltrán's arrest – purportedly with Guzmán's help – a formal "war" was declared. An attempt on Vicente "El Vincentillo" Zambada Niebla's life was made just hours after the declaration. Dozens of killings followed in retaliation for the attempt on his life.

On May 8, 2008, with the killing of Guzmán's son Edgar, it all erupted. For the rest of May 2008 alone, there were over 116 people murdered in Culiacán, 26 of which were policemen. In June 2008, over 128 were killed; in July, 143 were slain. General Sandoval ordered another 2,000 troops to the area, but it failed to stop the war. The wave of violence spread to other cities like Guamúchil, Guasave and Mazatlán.

Whether Guzmán was responsible for Alfredo Beltrán's arrest is not known. However, the Beltrán Leyva brothers were doing some double-dealing of their own. Arturo Beltrán and Alfredo Beltrán had met with top members of Los Zetas in Cuernavaca.

There they agreed to form an alliance to fill the power vacuum. They wouldn't necessarily go after the main strongholds, such as the Sinaloa and Gulf Cartel; instead they sought control of southern states like Guerrero (where the Beltrán Leyva's already had a big stake), Oaxaca, Yucatán, and Quintana Roo. They also worked their way into the center of the country, where no single group had control.

The split was officially recognized by the U.S. government on May 30, 2008. On that day they recognized the Beltrán Leyva brothers as leaders of their own 'cartel'. President Bush designated Marcos Arturo Beltrán Leyva and the Beltrán Leyva Organization as subject to sanction under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act ("Kingpin Act").

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Anonymous said...

I hope when they catch this piece of shit, they cut-off his neck with a Chainsaw, and place it on Ramon Arellano-Felix's tomb as an offering....

Anonymous said...

Great article. One question though, what's up with the pic of chalk with the hummer 3. That is the exact same pic of him standing with don juanito with straw huts in the background. One of them is PhotoShopped. Which one is the original pic?

Anonymous said...

the hummer one is fake.

.................................................................................. said...

Chapo has a House over looking the Ocean in Acapulco. He has had it for over 10 years.

You can see it from the Ocean.

Everybody knows about it except the Government.
The neighborhoods name starts with a Bec*****? Im not positive on the spelling.

Chapo is constantly on the move, but he is not on the run.

Phones and portable Radios with known frequencies can be loacted by Triagularzation

Anonymous said...

Chapo will never be captured...but he will go out firing his Ak or m16.....

Anonymous said...

He is the new "ELVIS"..........

Anonymous said...

QUE VIVA EL CHAPO

Anonymous said...

El chapo guzmen can go fuck himself for all you sinaloa cartel members who see this chinga tu madre puto's viva la raza meixco i hope you kill el chapo

Anonymous said...

Wanna be gangsters from San Diego your ramon is dead CAF is over... get over it you have a kid runing things that's why you guys will get no where...

Anonymous said...

PURO SINALOA CABRONES!!!!! A LA ORDEN DEL VIEJON!!!!

Anonymous said...

Good article besides the photo of chapo being photoshoped.

Anonymous said...

Arriba SINALOA! Pese A Kien Le Pese El Chapo Sigue Rifando, Fuck All U Haters.....

Anonymous said...

Sinaloa el culo de mexico.

Anonymous said...

9:31 AM,before you try to insult others,perhaps you should learn how to spell you ignorant moron.those wannabe gangsters from san diego ran everybody out of tijuana...

Anonymous said...

Mas leyenda que verdad. If he is so powerful why does he hide? He had to do,what he had to do to eat. I respect that, but all those lambehuevos that praise him, he hates them ,but he needs them and he uses them.his negocios is not about huevos is about outsmarting his enemigos. Loyalty and honor no longer exist in this game,and he knows that, leave that mierda a los corridos that are nothing but fantasias.sinaloa will pay for their sins, cuando muera el chapo va a ver una matadera peor que la de juarez . El movimiento ATARANTADO jaja que chingados es eso. Chapo hasnt been caught not because es listo is because el trabaja para autoridades corruptas would you kill la gallina de los huevos de oro? El dia que ya no les sirva al gobierno bye bye. O you think a couple of ak,s can match tankes de guerra,aviones caza,buques artillados y a couple of hundred thousands soldados mexicanos? He works for the corrupt politicos that you ignorant pendejos use as an excuse to join al crimen desaorganizado. PATRIA PATRIA VIVA MEXICO HIJOS DE PERRA!!!!

Anonymous said...

SI LOS CARTELES SON TAN PODEROSOS Y TIENEN DINERO POR QUE NOHACEN QUE MEXICO PROSPERE COMO LO HACIAN ANTES
CON NEGOCIOS DE LAVADO DE DINERO
HABIA GENTE QUE TRABAJA EN NEGOCIOS DISQUE LEGALES PERO HABIA GENTE QUE TRABAJABA LEGALMENTE HONRADAMENE Y AHORA MATAN A PUROS
INOCENTES Y NINOS QUE NO TIENE VELA EN EL ENTIERRO YO ENTIENDO QUE SE MATEN ENTRE LOS CARTELES PERO LOS NINOS POR QUE NO ENTIENDO ALGUIEN ME PUDE EXPLICAR

Anonymous said...

i love this man, he his my hero

VIVA EL CHAPO

Anonymous said...

A ver k hace cuando les manden a Los marines y lo saquen Como papa de el oyo donde se esconde ya Mero le toca y ni un pinche balaso va a poder soltar el viejo joto,

Anonymous said...

how is el chapo a hero he is responsible for starting a drug war that has killed 40,000 people and hes a hero shit i didnt know a criminal and killer can be called a hero and some admire him like hes a good guy??

Anonymous said...

if hes a hero might as well call hitler my fucking hero

Anonymous said...

hey,to the white man Austin is a hero & he helped start the uprise in texas that led to its separation from Mexico & dont forget the pilgrims that swindled the Natives...so whats the difference?the white man isnt benefitting as they would like from this...is that it??

Anonymous said...

Puro Michoacan putos...El Chapo is the best keep it going. You cant stop him haha so just stop talking your shit!!

Anonymous said...

arriba Durango y Sinaloa y al 100 pariente

Anonymous said...

U.S gov should juss bomb sinaloa period end of story..

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Anonymous said...

VIVA EL CHAPO! Y QUE CHINGE SU MADRE LA LEY!

Anonymous said...

viva tu madre puto

Anonymous said...

para 2:22 no estes hablando tonterias eres un cobarde atras de una computadora. tu no mas hablas pero no hases nada. y si el chapo mato a tu familia toda via te gustara el chapo. eres un ignorante.

Anonymous said...

EL CHAPO Y EL M.Z SON LOS MAS CHINGONES DE NARCOS Y RESANDOLE A JESUS MALVERDE NUNCA LO AGARRARAN, TIRO ARRIVA PURO SINALOA

Anonymous said...

EL CHAPO ES EL MERO CABRON ALA VERGA LA POLICIA FEDERAL PUTOS CORUPTOS

Anonymous said...

El Chapo is very intelligent, but also a coward... What goes up must always come down... He will be caught & killed...

Anonymous said...

Esto es lo que pasa que el chapo y el mayo y todos los demas jefes criminales en el trafico ilegal de dogras se la estan haciendo mucho de pedo al PAN y le hacen al payaso por los que realmente manejan el negocio de las drogas en mexico es el PRI y el gobierno de los estados unidos, es tiempo que se aprendamos a contar ,sumar y restar para ver los resultados ,y dejesen de celabrar al crimen y a la bola de culitos ,que solo son hombres cuando tienen un arma en mano, dejemonos de tonterias y realmente seamos mas responsables y ayudemos a construir un mexico grande y prospero, sin munecas y maricas que anden el calle matando inocentes y luego huyan para esconderce como gallinas, si eso es bonito pues que jodidos y faltos de huevos estamos para defender a los nuestros,hijos,madre,padre,familia y patria.VIVA MEXICO Y SOY DE SINALOA Y NO LE SACO NI AL CHAPO NI AL MAYO NI A LOS ZETAS, PERO DE UNO EN UNO,Y A MANO LIMPIA ,PINCHIS MUNEQUITAS. GRACIAS

Anonymous said...

Algun dia yegara el final para todos . Y creo que ninguno se va asalvar.

Anonymous said...

Puro coraje de la jente pendeja!!!!!
El es el jefe de jefes,ARRIBA EL CHAPO and fuck all ya haters ..

Anonymous said...

This guy is the shit all you REDNECKS out there saying shit haha all of you are stupid you just envy his power money and skills that none of you will get or ever have haha dam all you REDNECKS are messing with the wrong people you stole mexican land then you steal the gold of the maya. well at least the cartels got that covered. One day hispanic are going to rule the world and then it would be peace and harmony just like it was many centuries before. sometimes I think why do we need citizenship to enter the united states thats all stupid i think things would be better if it was like it used to be.

Anonymous said...

NO PUES LO BUENO DE SUS CHINGADERAS FUERA KENO MATARAN GENTE INNOCENTE NINOS QUE SON INNOCENTES LA GENTE ONRADA.. NO RECALAR CONLAS FAMILIAS DE LOS KE SOI SICARIOS I TODO ESO ESA ES MI OPINION!

Anonymous said...

PUES SI ESTABA EN BUENOS AIRES I CORRIO QUIERE DESIR QUE EL TIENE CONTACTOS CON LA LEY LE PAGA ALGUNOS POLICIAS PARA QUE LE ABISEN A EL.. TAMBIEN AI MUCHO POLICIA CORRUPTO KE POR 10,000 DOLARES LE VENDEN SU ALMA AL CHAPO GUZMAN!....

Anonymous said...

first pic is a badass and im not jokin

Anonymous said...

El chapo is a legend respect him like god

Anonymous said...

Puro movimiento atarantado y crimen desorganisado. Todos esos NARCOS pasan aser HISTORY xq siempre TERMINAN MUERTOS O PRESOS. YY TAN TAN AY SELES ACABO EL CORRIDO.

Anonymous said...

give ur name dnt b a coward

Anonymous said...

what about the new police cars he bought for durango policia?

Anonymous said...

VIVA EL CHAPO GUZMAN PARA SIEMPRE

Anonymous said...

@ March 4, 2012 at 5:32 PM,
If you recall correctly it was the Spanish that rapped your women, stole your gold, and enslaved your people....just sayin

Anonymous said...

"Del estado y de mi gente hoy soy el primee ministro"

Anonymous said...

all you nuthuggers are a bunch of morons who idol a criminal who kills innocent people and exploits the people just so he can get money and power. how about you idiots idol a person who makes a contribution to society than this lowlife piece of crap.

Anonymous said...

Thats a reasonable comment

Anonymous said...

AQUI LES A FIRMO..AL CIEN CON EL CHAPO..CAIGALE PA PACOIMA CA..aqui hay gente tanbien CHAPO..

Anonymous said...

mexico a good place to be

butt the drugs is killing the country

ill hope all them drugs ppl wel die

god blese the working man

al you drugslords are gay come and fight armystyle
dont hide and run you stupid fucked enocent killing ppl killing fuckers


butt in time you will all die its only the question when

you must know i realy think you al the biggest loosers in the world can't do normal work
kiling ppl for money...lowlife/gay/just a bunch of shitty ppl together

Anonymous said...

Dis guy was fuckin boss

Anonymous said...

Desde san jose i salinas california a la orden viejon. Sinaloa pura jente de cerebro.

Anonymous said...

THE BEST

Anonymous said...

parece que ya les ha llegado la hora dice un refran el que ha hierro mata a hierro muere espero que ya no maten mas presidentes

Anonymous said...

hola como an estado la verdad mi respeto a los que se dediquen a esas jaladas ni vendedora ni consumirora porque la neta es mejor gastar el dinero en algo de provecho y no andar de pendeja robando para darle de comer a otros pendejos

Anonymous said...

la verdad que el hombre es muy inteligente y se ha sabido ganar y ponerse al mando mas que acuerdensen que el repeto se gana y la verdad no lo conosco pero ay que ver todo lo que ha hecho pinche malandrin

Anonymous said...

I wish i could meet this guy and shake his hand.

Anonymous said...

El Chapo's the fucken BOSS PENDEJOS go FUCK ALL OF U HATERS VIVA LA RAZA GUEY

Anonymous said...

100% true

Anonymous said...

chapo makes us mexicans proud to not only to show the capacity of our business sences but to show the generosity we have to poor folks, churches and organizations that need help...although his line of work may be illegal...i dont think those he has helped for yrs care where funds come from...LA RAZA PRIMERA TIO. CON TODA MADRE.....ARTURO GUZMAN

Anonymous said...

Viva chapo

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