Mexico's Sinaloa drug chief arrested


Locutus
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MEXICO CITY (AP) -- The world's most-wanted drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, arrived at the Mexico City airport after his arrest early Saturday and was being taken directly to prison, said Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam.


Guzman appeared in a white shirt and dark pants and had a mustache and full head of dark hair as he was held at the neck and escorted by two masked marines.


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bill barilko
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Vigil said Mexico may decide to extradite Guzman to the U.S. to avoid any possibility that he escapes from prison again, as he did in 2001 in a laundry truck - a feat that fed his larger-than-life persona.

That's just part of the lie in fact he walked out the front gates on the prison accompanied by high level Mexican govt officials-who you can bet were paid a King's ransom for their cooperation.

And that is why the US gubmint wants him now before his money starts to work it's magic.
 
L Gilbert
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I am totally fascinated that he was "pudgy", wore a "white shirt and dark pants and had a mustache and full head of dark hair". That is sooo unmentionably important to the story.
 
captain morgan
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This will not end well
 
SLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

I am totally fascinated that he was "pudgy", wore a "white shirt and dark pants and had a mustache and full head of dark hair". That is sooo unmentionably important to the story.

It's all about the image when you're a drug chief.
 
shadowshiv
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Quote: Originally Posted by LocutusView Post

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MEXICO CITY (AP) -- The world's most-wanted drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, arrived at the Mexico City airport after his arrest early Saturday and was being taken directly to prison, said Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam.


Guzman appeared in a white shirt and dark pants and had a mustache and full head of dark hair as he was held at the neck and escorted by two masked marines.


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I would not want to be one of the anti-drug cops in Mexico. If the cartels find out who you are, it's not just you that they'll kill (after torture first), it's as many of your loved ones as they can get your hands on!
 
bill barilko
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Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

I would not want to be one of the anti-drug cops in Mexico. If the cartels find out who you are, it's not just you that they'll kill (after torture first), it's as many of your loved ones as they can get your hands on!

Thus the balaclavas most of them are wearing.
 
shadowshiv
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Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilkoView Post

Thus the balaclavas most of them are wearing.

I know that is why they are wearing that, but it's not 100% infallible. Perhaps a crooked co-worker, boss, or someone that was privy to the identity of them? I will say that they have balls of steel for being able to do it, as not everyone would.
 
bill barilko
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Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

I will say that they have balls of steel for being able to do it, as not everyone would.

Oh I agree-they are Heroes for doing a job like that.
 
shadowshiv
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Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilkoView Post

Oh I agree-they are Heroes for doing a job like that.

Hopefully they'll be able to get rid of the cartels altogether. It'll take a long time, but to get rid of them would make things a lot better for everyone.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

This will not end well

It will for someone. Hopefully it isnt him though.

My only moral problem with drugs is knowing a lot of them come from guys like this and the other cartels down there or in other parts of the world. Mass murderers and terrorists. Its really surprising how cruel they are and they seem to take pride in it.
 
petros
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The guys from Sinaloa - Lane Number 3

Los Cuates de Sinaloa - El Carril Nmero Tres - YouTube



Great guitar arrangements on these narco ballads.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

I would not want to be one of the anti-drug cops in Mexico. If the cartels find out who you are, it's not just you that they'll kill (after torture first), it's as many of your loved ones as they can get your hands on!

Indeed. Doesnt help that in some areas the only "good paying" jobs in Mexico are with drug cartels. I read an article about a guy who had been a teacher but went into doing drugs for the cartel and wound up in prison. He refused to give anyone up and said he had no regrets. Even with the teaching job he and his family were below the poverty line. He took the drug job because there was no legal alternative in the area to get him and his family out of poverty. He made enough money off of them to have his family live well, even with him no longer being in the picture. He considered the jail time a good trade for that. Who knows what his family thought of that choice. I disagree with what he did but I can understand it.
 
petros
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Nuggler
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Quote: Originally Posted by shadowshivView Post

Hopefully they'll be able to get rid of the cartels altogether. It'll take a long time, but to get rid of them would make things a lot better for everyone.



Yep, we need a "war on drugs"................or something.

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

The guys from Sinaloa - Lane Number 3

Los Cuates de Sinaloa - El Carril Nmero Tres - YouTube



Great guitar arrangements on these narco ballads.




Everyone's a w hore.


si si
 

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