Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Brother of El Chapo Guzman set free after 11 years in prison

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Proceso article

Subject Matter: Miguel Angel Guzman Loera
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required.


Reporter: Jorge Carrasco Araizaga
Miguel Angel Guzman Loera, brother of Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, was set free at the weekend from the maximum security prison of Altiplano, after serving more than 11 years in prison.

Family, Lawyers and prisoners of the Cefereso No. 1, in State of Mexico, said to APRO that Miguel Angel Guzman Loera, known as El Mudo, was freed after completing his sentence.

The now freed man, 49 years of age was imprisoned with his older brother Joaquin, when he was in turn detained in February of 2014, until the ex leader of the Sinaloa cartel escaped from the prison in July of 2015 through a one and half kilometer long tunnel.




After his escape, the Organic Decentralized Administration for Social Readaption and Prevention, of the Secretariat of the Government, ordered the transfer of various prisoners from Altiplano, among them certain ex Jefe's of Cartels, to different prisons in the country.

Miguel Angel Guzman Loera was sent to Oaxaca, but after a successful amparo was returned to Altiplano where he finished his sentence.

He was detained in 2005 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, and condemned to 15 years in prison, accused of money laundering, he promoted an amparo and the positive outcome of it saw his sentence reduced to 11  years, 4 months and 11 days in prison.

The brother of El Chapo also tried to get early release due to the fact that he had never been charged with organized crime, but the Federal court denied the amparo.

After the recapture and extradition to the United States of El Chapo Guzman, his brother Aureliano, El Guano, has been identified in the press as one of the leaders, along with the sons of El Chapo, of the Sinaloa Cartel.

Joaquin Guzman Loera is now in prison in New York, where he may be sentenced to life imprisonment, accused of organized crime, drug trafficking and money laundering.

Original article in Spanish at Proceso

27 comments:

  1. Got to love family. Chapo escapes the prison and leaves his brother there to rot.

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    1. You cleary lack common sense. Why would his brother want to escape when he only had a couple years left on a sentence?? Why you jaliscillos so jealous of the most power cartel from Sinaloa?? I mean you don't get paid to be a cheerleader online..

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    2. Por que no se llevo guero palma. La orden fue solo el. Esta maS claro que nada JAGL

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    3. 6:59 how do you know that he's from Jalisco? Lol plus Jalisco is running more of the show in Mexico then Sinaloa .

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    4. 3:55 I was thinking exactly the same.Could of had a 2nd offshoot to his cell also from the main tunnel.

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    5. You guys need to learn to write !!!!

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    6. 12:10 Way to ignore what the man said about common sense lol I can find news organizations saying Sinaloa cartel is the most powerful criminal enterprise in the world lol NEXT..

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  2. Pura Gente del Sr Chapo Guzman .El mudo nunca hablo.
    Sinaloa #1

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    1. Y si compa el mudo nunca hablo! Eso es algo que estos morros pendejos de esta generación nunca van a entender porque pa ese jale se ocupan huevos! Ahora ya cualquier pendejo agarra una pistola y se cree narco! pero no el chapo, el mayo, los hermanos del chapo, el guero palma, caro quintero, los hermanos Arellano's, y todos los grandes ellos si son narcos! No como la bola de pendejos qué hay ahora que mata a gente inocente sin motivo!

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  3. More killings to come in sinaloa, onother guy who's going to want to run sh!t..

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    1. No, he'll either go with his brother guano or with mayo and his nephew's. On the contrary with the arrest of Damaso it MIGHT chill out.

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  4. We can all assume he will be back in the drug trafficking business. Knowledge of doing anything else seems unlikely.

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  5. be careful now

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  6. We can assume he will resort to such drug trafficking activities. Knowledge of him engaging otherwise is unlikely.
    However I am sure he is aware of the consequences of any missteps. Things have not been favorable for such individuals lately

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  7. Los Guzmanes not done yet...

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  8. This guy isn't a drug dealer. He won't be a manace to society

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    1. Doubt that he worked in a respectable field of employment. A family affair of drug trafficking.

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  9. Interesting that he gets released & the licenciado gets captured 1for1

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  10. One in - one out. CDS is back

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    1. Relajate Y Disfruta I mean, relax and enjoy

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  12. Chapo is known as the biggest narco snitch but his brother is the total opposite and doesn't talk.. supposing by his nick name lol

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  13. Stop sucking the cartels huevos. You guys should cheer for a better Mexico instead of cheering for garbage bastards that that are pawns for the American and Mexican governments.

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  14. Someone or something is going on in the N.Y.C

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  15. The real Chapo is out! His brother look a like in NYC!

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