“La pugna entre grupos del narco causa muerte, dolor y tormento”. El grupo que comanda Dámaso López Núñez no atacó a Iván Archivaldo y. La supuesta hija del Chapo dijo en la entrevista publicada el pasado que su padre había sido traicionado por Ismael el Mayo Zambada; ese. los atacó a ellos y a “El Mayo” Zambada y que se encuentran heridos. En una entrevista telefónica, José Refugio, abogado de Guzmán.

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He was caught a few weeks later and spent the next eight years directing his growing empire from behind bars.

But there has to be a meaning behind this mad interview. Her small chain of carwashes, beauty salons and cafes was going well, she said. The question is what he wants a second chance at. Verification of certain details — and the hunt and recapture of her father, whom she consulted about the interview — delayed publication until now.

There was no way to verify that claim. Inaged 15, he sent her to Scripps Mercy, a private Catholic zambaxa hospital in Zambaca Diego, to be treated for potentially cancerous tumours on her back.

Shortly after, he was nabbed and stuck in prison where he awaits extradition to the US. Amid national outrage over the massacre Chapo sent his daughter to live with an aunt in California, who she had visited regularly from an early age. She said she studied computer science at the University of Phoenix, hairdressing and cosmetology at the Marinello Schools of Beauty in Riverside, and used money from her father to open several businesses.


El Chapo, which means Shorty, allegedly ran tonnes of marijuana, cocaine and other drugs to the US from the wooded sierras of Sinaloa, a redoubt protected by corrupt officials, an army of gunmen and inhabitants who considered him a narco Robin Hood.

She insisted the funding and businesses were legitimate. They call me all the time.

Caro Quintero desde la clandestinidad: “Yo no maté a Enrique Camarena” – Proceso

His illicit empire bonded them as social outcasts while at the same time separating them from the patriarch when he was in xambada or in jail. We’ve noticed you’re adblocking. El Zanbada now seems intent on negotiating a deal with US authorities in exchange for a lighter sentence, but with several cases against him and hundreds of individual charges, it seems likely that the orange seller who built an underworld empire will die in jail.

They used to always meet in private places and my dad found it strange that he had suggested that place. Home News Sport Business.

“No disparé a los Guzmán y soy amigo del ‘Mayo’ Zambada”: Dámaso

Very well, judging by the Rolex entrevita her wrist, the Louis Vuitton bag at her feet and the Mercedes Benz parked outside. Thank you for your support. In July dntrevista drug lord escaped again — this time fleeing Altiplano near Mexico City through an elaborate tunnel. I was 14 and my mom and I had to make sure we could all eat.

There was another hint of a life less ordinary. Please refresh the page and retry. Upon release she reconnected with her father. Guzman was pitching his Hollywood story. The magazine said you could count all the millions my old man supposedly had. We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. M exican ehtrevista say Caro Quintero has been waging a war against the dominant Sinaloa cartel since his liberation in Both fathers were annoyed, however, when she became pregnant before the marriage.


Caro Quintero desde la clandestinidad: “Yo no maté a Enrique Camarena”

From here he oversaw a complex business which flooded Chicago, Dallas and other US cities with narcotics and was repeatedly ranked by Forbes magazine as one of the most powerful people in the world. She repeated that any funds she received were licit.

When extradition to the US loomed in he broke out from Puente Grande prison near Guadalajara, reportedly in a laundry cart, and spent the next 13 years on the run, mostly in his Sinaloa heartland. Perhaps this old farmer, pushed into the drug trade by endemic poverty, is clean and is being unfairly hunted by US and Mexican agents.

He was abusive, she said, and at the age of 10 she stabbed him, landing her in a juvenile treatment centre in Tijuana. He is now in Altiplano, a maximum security jail north of Mexico City.

So there has to be a reason for Caro Quintero to run the risk, says Hope. When her phone buzzed she smiled.