Friday, May 20, 2016

Mexico approves extradition of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán to U.S.

Mexico’s decision Friday to approve the extradition of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán helps clear the way for the infamous drug lord to face what has long been his worst nightmare: living behind bars in a U.S. prison.

The extradition of Guzmán, who has publicly claimed responsibility for delivering much of America’s cocaine and heroin and has fought bloody battles with rival traffickers, could still be months or even years away. His lawyers vowed Friday to appeal the ruling by the Mexican Foreign Ministry.

But the government’s decision marks a recognition that the political stakes have changed dramatically since Guzmán escaped for a second time from a Mexican federal prison last summer.

After his first recapture in 2014, Mexican authorities rejected U.S. pressure and vowed to force Guzmán to face justice on his home soil, making it a point of pride that they could hold him secure, extract intelligence from him and successfully convict him for his role leading the Sinaloa drug cartel. Those boasts collapsed last July when Guzman slipped away from a maximum-security prison west of Mexico City through a mile-long tunnel and went on the lam in the rugged mountains of his home state along Mexico’s Pacific coast.


This time, after Guzmán was recaptured in January, President Enrique Peña Nieto’s administration has moved methodically toward extraditing him to the United States. The president’s approval ratings have already fallen from earlier in his term, fueling worries about enduring another humiliating escape.

Mexico’s new attorney general, Arely Gómez González, has also been far more willing to extradite prisoners than her predecessor, Jesús Murillo Karam, who predicted that Guzmán would die in a Mexican jail.

Foreign Ministry officials visited Guzmán on Friday in his cell in a federal prison in Ciudad Juárez, along the Texas border, where he was moved earlier this month, to inform him of their decision to proceed with his extradition. In a statement, the ministry said Guzmán would face a raft of charges from two U.S. federal jurisdictions — the Western District of Texas and the Southern District of California — including murder, money laundering, weapons possession, distribution of cocaine and other alleged crimes. It said Mexico received guarantees that the death penalty, which has been abolished here, would not be sought against Guzmán in the United States.

Guzmán also faces U.S. charges in Chicago, New York and Miami, among other jurisdictions.


The U.S. Embassy in Mexico confirmed that the death penalty was off the table, “consistent with our extradition assurance policies with Mexico.” In Washington, a Justice Department official said it was not immediately clear where Guzmán, if extradited, would be tried.

U.S. Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch said recently that Justice Department officials would “look at all of the relevant charges against him” and determine which jurisdiction could generate a case covering most, if not all, of the alleged criminal conduct.

For Mexico, extradition offers the benefit of dropping a political hot potato and avoiding the dilemma of securing a prisoner who has proven his ability to bribe a wide range of officials and whose allies are adept at building tunnels, flying private planes to mountain hideouts, operating a network of safe houses and constructing high-tech escape hatches.


“Why the change of opinion from the Mexican government?” asked Alejandro Hope, a security analyst and former intelligence official. “Because he already escaped them. Nothing more than that; he escaped.”

Guzmán now has up to 30 days to appeal the Foreign Ministry’s decision, which his lawyers have told Mexican news outlets they plan to do. A judge then will determine how to proceed. Guzmán’s lawyers have at least two attempts at appeal, which could drag the process out for months, a Mexican official said. Now that the Foreign Ministry has acted, “it’s in the judiciary power’s court,” the official said.

One of Guzmán’s lawyers told a television station that any extradition would take “at least one to three years.”

The decision struck some Mexicans as an admission that they did not have a prison capable of holding such a powerful prisoner.

“There’s an absolute lack of confidence in the Mexican judicial system,” said Martin Barron Cruz, a criminologist at the National Institute of Penal Sciences, who has written about the drug war. “For the corruption, for the impunity. Sending him to the United States is a way of saying, ‘I’m stepping around this judicial problem, because I don’t have the sufficient capacity to handle it.’ ”


Guzmán, a Sinaloa native whose nickname means “Shorty,” was first arrested in 1993 in Guatemala and extradited to Mexico, where he was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison on drug trafficking and other charges. But he was able to bribe prison workers and guards, living like a sultan behind bars and continuing to run his drug empire with his brother, who was still at large. His Sinaloa cartel became the most powerful in Mexico, smuggling tons of cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin, marijuana and other drugs into the United States.

While imprisoned in Mexico, Guzmán was indicted in San Diego on drug-trafficking and money-laundering charges. Apparently fearing extradition, he bribed guards to help him escape in 2001 by hiding in a laundry cart that was rolled out of the prison.

He remained on the loose until February 2014, when he was found at a beachfront hotel in Mazatlan, thanks in part to tips from U.S. federal agents. But the Altiplano federal prison, about 50 miles west of Mexico City, proved unable to hold him. He managed to flee in July 2015 through an elaborate tunnel that associates dug from a house a mile from the prison under rolling fields to the floor of the shower stall in his cell.

Guzmán was tracked down to the coastal city of Los Mochis in northern Sinaloa state in January and arrested following a shootout and an attempt to flee via a secret tunnel that led to the city’s sewer system. He was caught when federal police intercepted him in a stolen vehicle.

After his capture, it was revealed that Guzmán, among the world’s most-wanted men, sat for an interview with actor Sean Penn and Mexican actress Kate del Castillo, one of the many brazen moves that burnished his legend as a drug lord living far above the law.

Source The Washington Post

94 comments:

  1. Still on how they brought this dumbass down, one interview by none other than Sean Penn, which you haven't heard nothing from him since then n Kate Del Castillo who's popularity rose after the interview.

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  2. Was the reporter who interviewed El Mayo ever questioned by the Mexican government???

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    1. I don't think he was but he was not followed by authorities like Kate del Castillo was. Chapo and Kate talk way to much before the interview. That's why they were follow.

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  3. Wow this is really crazy! I thought it would never happen I guess I was wrong! I bet I wasn't the only one that share the same thoughts as myself.

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  4. I honestly don't feel he's gonna be extradited. Caro Quintero supposedly murdered DEA Camarena and look what happened 2 him. It remains 2 be seen though. - El Sol Perdido

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  5. The decision to extradite wasn't made by the government but by El chapo himself ... in Mexico it could be years before he is even charged with something in the u.s. he can make a deal to get a short sentence.

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    1. You are hilarious. Shorty isn't getting a short sentence in the Unuted States. He faces years just in courtrooms in jurisdictions across the United States. California, Texas, New York, Illinois. He's not facing a single trial. He's facing numerous trials by both federal and state authorities. Those trials will take years. If you think he actually wants to be extradited to end up spending the rest of his life in ADX Florence where his influence and money won't get him any special treatment... you are completely clueless.

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    2. If what you are saying is true then why Chapo's lawyer said he will fight the extradition?

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    3. If the mexican governing narco-mierdocracia had any balls they would extradite Dr Mireles, it is not like they don't know where to find him...
      --No mexican benefits with a chapo extradition, and we don't.give.a.fack about it either...

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    4. @7:46 Why would Mexico extradite Dr. Mireles to the United States? Do you know what extradition is and how it works? The country someone is extradited to has to want the individual because they are facing criminal charges in the country requesting the extradition. Dr. Mireles isn't facing criminal charges in the United States. They have no reason to request his extradition. Hell, he has no reason to be in jail to begin with. He's a political prisoner. extradition to the U.S.? Nonsensical.

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    5. Alexander Zolyenitzin came to the US as a refugee , from the Siberia in RUSSIA--?
      --THE IDEA OF RELEASING DOC Mireles is about embarrassing to the corrupt government that arrested him on trumped up charges

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  6. Ni modo. En este Mundo todo se paga. Nothing lasts forever. Mad props. Not bad for an illiterate, rancher from Badiraguato.

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  7. Just read a story one VICE
    That CDS and CDJ are kidnapping indigenous people and forcing them to work opium farma with out pay.

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    1. That's cover for when the cops come. Im not a member, I was kidnapped and forced to work

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    2. Oh yeah like if there is not a lot of people willing to break the law to cultivate drugs.

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    3. 4:33 am were you a sexual slave for the cartel??

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    4. 6:21 you seem to know too much, I don't need to ask if you got experience, it shows...

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  8. The following sentence:

    "thanks in part to tips from U.S. federal agents."

    Tells me that, chances are, Mexico has been working with the US on setting and maintaining a large scale, indiscriminate communication gathering operation, and casting a wide net, violating the average citizens right to privacy, if there is one. And probably applying this technology in harmful ways to its citizens for political reasons (personal or governmental) or other reasons. Or, the US is acting on there own, probably in violation of Mexico's sovereignty, and saying here is where he is, just don't ask me how I know.

    Completely my guess, but I objectively believe it to be true, and I will be the first to say with no direct proof.

    Free Mireles!

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  9. Let's all agree on 1 thing to start, The Extradition Clock has been running since January on Mr. Guzman. Every day he spends in Mexico, is another day His Crew has to Killer Whale Plot. Which I bet all the Meth in Scottsdale is exactly what there doing.
    One can come up with many scenarios for his 3rd escape. I'm a Realist at heart, and personally I don't believe he is gonna escape again.
    That being said, Im more inclined to believe that the judge is gonna deny his Amparo, and Guzman will be in US Custody before the 4th of July.
    I'm a little surprised that the report has quoted the US Attorney General Loretta Lynch as saying the US Justice Dept. has not yet decided on what jurisdiction will try him. However this is intriguing because if true, this leaves the door open for my personal preference trying him in Chiraq (AKA Chicago, IL).

    ~Spectator

    *Post Script
    Don't forget, Guerro will be waving to Chapo as they both cross the land bridge... going opposite ways of course.

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    1. I kind of think it may be Chicago as the twins are there and a tape with them and Chapo.World record weights went through there.If what Lorreta Lynch says is true they want him in the jurisdiction where the charges are most likely to stick I would say Chicago with the twin's testimony.

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    2. Chicago is full of shit, 8 dead and more than 30 wounded this weekend alone, more shootings than that, thanks to the 2nd ammendment and the people's rights to own well unregulated arms trafficked all over the place by "gun lovers" that love to sell their guns like putas, en la puta calle...

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  10. Can you imagine the mental strength of Guzman and some other prisoners like Thomas Silverstein who has lived under the worst no human contact regime for over 20 years.Its amazing what we can adapt to,some cant and go insane?Guzmans life as he knew and enjoyed is now over,wonder if he contemplates suicide ever?

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  11. I que va a cambiar en mexico si lo extraditan.....NADA TODO SEGUIRA IGUAL LOS MAS RATEROS ESTAN EN EL PODER

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  12. Yep . send him to the usa . we can contain him . his trial should be held in the Midwest . yep those jurors know how to hand down a good sentence . I'm thinking okc . never let him breath another free breath . a menace to the world

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    1. U obviously dont know the US judicial system. Do u live here?

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  13. 3 members of sinaloa cartel were gunned down in ciudad juarez by la linea. Rumor has it that sinaloa cartel is sending sicarios to cd juarez. This according to canal 44.

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    1. No need to send any extra. They have plenty of people there. Unless they are A1 quality they are sending. And if that's the case they must be planning something or don't trust their people in Juarez to look after chapo, his wife, and his lawyer. So if they are sending troops it must be inner circle.

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    2. Fuckin Sinaloenses always causing shit in Juarez (and Chihuahua), due to their soap operas. Now they are thinking of more death and destruction just to save their precious leader (who probably breast feed every motherfucker in that cartel according to the many urban legends of him), and or even prove a point that their battle against Juarez is not over according to them! People in Chihuahua still kiss ass to these fuckin assholes who could care less about the people of Chihuahua if it was not simply to cross drugs and feel like overlords of the whole state! Open your eyes Chihuahua. These motherduckers from Sinaloa are not good 4U!

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    3. 7:30 ...you may think chihuahua governor "el capulina" cesar duarte in an innocent angelito, or good for chihuaha...
      --You are wrong...

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  14. CHAPO Escapes again

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  15. Chapo is a snitch PC up for sure

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    1. I think it's more likely El Mayo is a snitch. He likely didn't like the heat that El Chapo's escape brought on as a result of him embarrassing the Mexican Government and then meeting with Sean Penn and trying to go Hollywood? El Mayo probably saw Chapo's as a liability and snitched on him to the Government. The Mexican Government gets a "victory" and El Mayo gets complete control of CDS and continues business as usual.

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    2. So what if mayo snitched how many time has chapin snitched it was meant to be it was mayo who gave guzman power and he must take him down

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    3. Mayo never gave chapo power.chapo started the federation... his sons are running the show along with his brothers.. so his legacy still continues no matter how much you hate him. Just stating facts

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    4. @9:10 They all snitch. Either on them enemies, or when they feel it's beneficial to them to betray their allies. When I said El Mayo snitched I didn't mean it as a negative. I don't doubt El Mayo betrayed El Chapo. Frankly it makes perfect sense for him to do so. He was becoming too high profile and making stupid mistakes like the Sean Penn meeting. I'm sure El Mayo didn't like how sloppy Chapo was getting. If he is smart, and he's the rare boss to not have done any real jail time so that says a lot, he would have turned Chapo over and worked a deal with the Mexican government to take the heat off himself. And let's face it, that's how it works... so I would be surprised if El Mayo didn't drop the dime on him. People who complain so and so snitched don't get how shit works in the real world. They all snitch.

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    5. @3 pm BS!! cowards do cowardly things. Did Arturo Beltran snitch? How about Guero Palma? Macho Prieto? Dont talk about what u don't know

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  16. They will kill him in prison

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  17. Chapo looks scared hahahahahaha

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    1. He's a weak ass idiot

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  18. I would like to see Chapo dig a tunnel under the Supermax in Colorado. Not happening. But he will be around many familiar
    faces. People that knew him in Mexico during better days. He
    will die in prison in the USA.

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  19. I bet there are a lot of people in Mexico who do not want Chapo to go to a US prison because the FEDS and the ATF are going to interview him extensively and find out what is really going on in Mexico....

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    1. The Empire already knows and has all the politicians dirty deeds well documented.
      Those cases are kept locked away and keeps foreign politicians doing the Empire-dance. Noriega was an example of what happens when you don't want to do the Empire-dance any longer.
      Think J Edgar Hoover on the international level!

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    2. You don't think the Feds, DEA, ATF and CIA don't already know what is going on in Mexico? LOL. Seriously, they all know. It's no secret.

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    3. ATF don't know, but some agentzzz of theirs have been selling weapons illegally to the mexican narcos, for years...since "w" was presidente...

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    4. 4:22 think J. Edgar Hoover, wearing his red dress and his big panties for his toyboy and personal "FBI DEPUTY":
      Clyde Anderson Tolson...

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  20. I thought Chapo was begging to come to a U.S prison cause he claimed he was being mistreated? Why are his lawyers appealing it if at first they were asking for him to be sent to the U.S? You guys got answer?

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    1. He was begging to be extradited to a medium security prison in the United States. Keyword medium. That's not going to only thing waiting for him in the United States is his own personal hell in a cell at ADX Florence Supermax in Colorado. He's facing little to no contact with the outside world for the rest of his life in the most high security prison in the world. Medium security it is not.

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    2. He should've gone out like Escobar did but I guess he got too cocky & thought he was going to escape a third time so he now the tables have turned on him

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    3. Escobar went, but everything he and his partners worked for, got taken over and is the property of his friend and cousin, Alvaro Uribe velez, including drug trafficking...
      --epn has not got his "fiery claws" on la chapa's jewels yet.

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  21. Gawd, it will be wonderful on Shorty's extradition how the DEA will be crowing a Huge Victory in their Drug War!
    Gawd, how many times have they read that speech! 50,000 or more!
    In reality they should be apologizing for their 50 years of failure!
    Of course, failure means success if you are part of the high-paid system!

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    1. 3:42 el chapo's demise is like when you catch an octpus, he will just shed a tientaculos and you will go home ooh sooo, happy...
      There is cartel de sinaloa for a long time to come, no matter who falls, that is why they are there, they call them the fall guys because, they fall, other more important guys are too big to fail, they get billions of dollars in subsidies in bailouts even if they are not failing, tax breaks, and billion dollar loans, I resent them, la chapa, not so much...

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  22. The Sinaloa Federation lambe huevos, would all laugh and holler be altaneros about when some one big died in combat against military troops or when they would catch them with out guns and get arrested.

    These are you leader Sinaloa Federation.
    Here they are comando armado with out a shot fired.
    Manuel Torres Macho Prieto died shooting. All the rest give up.

    Here is you supreme leader chapo , treated like a bitch and soon being sent to live like dog in a cage.
    This is your idol here.

    Look at you other idol Ismael what happened to his sons , Los famosos Twitter Instagram culeros que nunca empesaton desde abajo?

    La Federation ... Hahaha!

    Mejor es vivir sin estas complicaciones.
    Bola de narcos drogados

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    1. 5:24 The problem is that such a despicable little thing as "el chapo" has done as he pleased for 40 years, or more, and the poor mexican government in its entirety could do "nothing about it" helped by the owners of drug trafficking on the US, many of them high ranking "politicians"...

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    2. Relax you not a narco so stop being so mad your blood pressure is going to go up

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  23. Noooooooooooooooooo

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  24. In 1993 El Chapo was booked in at 5'8" tall so is he really a shorty? There is a rare video of him standing in the yard on a shallow platform and he was no shorty then.

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    1. You are talking about 20+ years ago... Fact: People shrink with age

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    2. The reason is all the other capos who were his friends are all tall men. El Mayo, the Beltranes, el Azul, Amado Carrillo. Next to them hes always been a chapo and thats what they called him.

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    3. Simple. They lied about 5'8".

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    4. El chapo mide otro pie, pero se lo pusieron en otra parte,
      Big tall guys are famous for "poquito picoso",

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  25. I don't think Chapo is feared or worshipped anymore. His reign as King is over. Mayo sees no more success with him in the picture and doesn't want him around.

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  26. Meanwhile his daughter speaks :

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/mar/04/el-chapo-entered-us-california-manhunt-prison-break-daughter-says?CMP=share_btn_tw

    he may be a dead man

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  27. extradition is when he actually goes there. for now, just talks...

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  28. FREE CHAPO! He's a good man, unlike government who sell you prescribed drugs and hook you on them

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    1. 8:07 None of what you typed makes sense. Including the first 2 words

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    2. It all makes sense do your research I suggest :) who's the biggest cartel? Your government not Chapo not any of these king pins but your nations government who do you think lets them work?

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    3. 5:40 I would love to research your proof that the Gov sells prescribed drugs. How about a link to an article or video to back your claim?

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    4. LOL! I am surprised that there are still Sinaloa nutthuggers out there. Being that they rat out the people working for them. Stay in school kids

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    5. 6:13 he might not be saying it right but i think you have a idea what he is trying to say..5:40 the gov DOES NOT sell prescription drugs,these drugs are sold by large pharmaceutical companys but Must have gov approval before putting on the market.

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    6. 8:19 the government sells the science, for peanuts when they have it, governments sell the licenses too, and the permits and the items and the legislation to lobbyists, it gets paid many times, a lot of it from welfare fraud by Corporate Welfare Queens with billion dollar worth of contractzzz on the USA, a well organized crime cartel...
      --Forgettabout el chapo or RCQ, but when it comes to drug trafficking, epn is your guy, and he represents the el DF mafia Grupo Atlacomulco as the Capo head of "tutti cappi"...
      If caro is with epn, well, that is the CIA WITH THEM, caro is the enemy of the DEA, but epn wants caro's money, before his time is up in 2018, el chapo peanuts is nothing compared to RCQ's posessions...

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    7. Hands down to 8:19, some people need to be explained with detail so they can get the point. 6:13 it's all common sense Brotha. 7:22 who doesn't snitch on who? Just know, in this business you have Zero friends even your closest friend can be your enemy, at the end it's either 6 ft under or 6x8 cell to life. What better option do you have? Don't forget Life and Freedom are the most beautiful things us Humans Have and can't live without. FREE CHAPO LONG LIVE ESCOBAR AND ALCAPONE! =) True Gangster Stories

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    8. No need for school Ive made a really good living without it :)

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    9. Ignorance is bliss

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    10. Chapo runs through sewers n now lives in prison, Escobar got shot up like Swiss cheese n is dead, Al Capone died in prison = True Gangster Stories

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    11. 3:10 exactly you forgot to mention Escobar had political power was even going to be president of Colombia Chapo is considered a billionaire over his cartel empire one of the most powerful in the world he always has had political help Live By the Gun Die By the Gun look at the big picture

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  29. http://zetatijuana.com/2016/05/17/la-verdad-de-la-extradicion/

    IF and WHEN he gets to the States may he please take alot of mex govt down with him .

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    1. Don't get what you are saying.....If Chapo does sing about Mex gov complicity what?Who takes the Mex gov down?US? or will Mex take down their own?I doubt it.

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    2. El Chapo singing won't matter. The U.S. Government/DEA/CIA already know how complicit the Mexican government is with the cartels. It wouldn't be news to them. Any testimony involving government officials would likely be sealed and never be seen by the general public. That's the fucked up world we live in on both sides of the border.

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    3. La chapa secrets is he makes tunnels and shit makes it home, others handle the rest on both ends, and when la chapa tried to make do on his own by himself he got cogido, nothing else, other than generales, doctores, governators, prsidentes, senators, congressmen, journalists, rival capos, accountants etc etc etc have kissed his ass for about 40 years...
      Others just get mad with envy, but it is te to learn to respect, la chapa did not talk, he done did it all...

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    4. 1:12-Totally agree.

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  30. No lo manden para USA porque dicen que puras sopitas marruchan con bologna y una manzana dan de lonchar no mames mejor mandenlo a Guantanamo :(

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    1. Pero el va comer mejor wey porque va a estar prision federal wey Asta Xbox I dominos pizza pueden ordernar viven I comen mejor que nosotros

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    2. If la chapa does not want to eat, en guantanamo le van a dar "rectal feeding"

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  31. The extradition will take 3-4 months.im sure they're working on his escape with in 1-2 months. Or the government will have him kill in prison.

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  32. From my personal opinion,I think ever since caro quintero got released from altiplano by the Mexican government,the U.S demanded,and put pressure on the corrupt Mexican government to locate caro and extradite him to the u.s,but since caro worked a deal with the mexicanos,they decided to give up Mr gusman instead,to keep the greengos off the Mexican government,and steal all of his connections,and assess,come on you guys don't think the corruption Mexican government don't know where mayo,and caro are hiding?? The corrupt Mexican caca government is protecting,mayo,and caro,basically caro quintero took over all of Chapo'S connections,along with Pena nieto, chapo got turned in,and betrayed by caro,and Pena joto nieto,that's just my opinion,it's what I think happen,caro quintero it's running Mexico's drug cartels along with the Mexican government,and every single capo,out there is going to get busted,basically Caro is going to take over all of Mexico's plazas like in the mid 80's.

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    1. Do a little more research and you'll find RCQ helped assign plaza bosses including Chapo. But u think Shorty is top boss?

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    2. Rcq did assign plaza bosses including shorty,back on the mid 80's but shorty becamed to known and became top boss,along with azul,and mayo,under the pan administration.when epn took over in 2012 and released quintero,Caro got tire of Mr Guzman's shit and worked a deal to betrayed him and turn him on to get the pressure off his ass my boy.

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  33. Chapo's connects were originally RCQs.

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  34. The US is playing along with epn and caro quintero, there is no visible effort or demands from the US to get "el fafagass"extradited other than "bounty bulletins" "el rafagas" uses to fan his horny ass

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  35. And before u know it boy youre prison bound! Let the midnight special shine a light on you lol!

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  36. I think I am going to pee my pants !

    http://zetatijuana.com/2016/05/25/el-chapo-demandara-a-televisoras-que-transmitan-serie-sobre-su-vida-abogado/

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  37. Chapo snitched on RCQ when he worked as majordomo/foreman at RCQ's hacienda "Bufalo," so no love lost, there. Chapo has nothing to tell the US that they aren't already aware of re: Mexico's government and corruption. Shorty won't be charged w/ homicide in the States,just trafficking & $ laundering,according to the deal between MEX & USA i. e. No Death Penalty. Unless, Chapo escapes, again, he probably will end up extradited. His lawyer, meanwhile, does the dance of the 101 amparos to keep his client in Mexico.

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    1. Chapo didn't snitch on fukn Rafa, he would have been killed back then because Chapo was just coming up then. It was Guerra Palma and Amado who gave Chapo up. That's the reason Miguel Gallardo family was tortured when he was captured, because Chapo sided with Rafa and they found that it was Gallardo who was giving people up. Fact. It wasn't Chapo who started the wars in Juarez, it was Mayo knowing he had the backing of Chapo and El Azul with the support of Rafa.Fact. people say things without knowing inside information, everything we see in media is false and misleading, sure Chapo will be extradited at some point, maybe maybe not, but you can believe he won't do an hour in ADMAX, he will be given a sweet deal to not expose the links of his power.

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    2. Chapo didn't snitch on fukn Rafa, he would have been killed back then because Chapo was just coming up then. It was Guerra Palma and Amado who gave Chapo up. That's the reason Miguel Gallardo family was tortured when he was captured, because Chapo sided with Rafa and they found that it was Gallardo who was giving people up. Fact. It wasn't Chapo who started the wars in Juarez, it was Mayo knowing he had the backing of Chapo and El Azul with the support of Rafa.Fact. people say things without knowing inside information, everything we see in media is false and misleading, sure Chapo will be extradited at some point, maybe maybe not, but you can believe he won't do an hour in ADMAX, he will be given a sweet deal to not expose the links of his power.

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