The military and armed civilians were, on the night of Thursday to Friday in the Mexican city of Culiacan, with each other, caught in the crossfire, when the son of notorious drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán Loera, nicknamed “El Chapo” has been arrested. The local authorities have given to the son, released to life, to be protected.
The son, named Ovidio Guzmán, would have an important role to play in the mexico’s Sinaloa cartel, that is his father, which led to his arrest. The cartel is responsible for smuggling cocaine and heroin into the United States of america.
According to the Mexican media began to chase it as a result of the arrest, and they were soldiers being attacked by people with automatic firearms.
Vehicles and a petrol station were set on fire, and gunmen drove through the city in a truck. Passers-by had to run to the local grocery store, or hiding in a residential area.
An official statement on the potential victims, it is not quite there yet, but it’s combat is apparently dead bodies in the streets.
During the chaos in Culiacan would be a number of prisoners escaped from a prison in the area. How many persons were coming and how this was allowed to happen, and it is not yet known.
Is ‘El Chapo’ is life-long imprisonment of
Drug lord Joaquin Guzman, was, in July, 2019 in the United States, convicted and sentenced to life in prison for, among other things, drug trafficking, leadership of a criminal organization, and a multiple murder.
In addition to the life sentence also came to thirty years in prison for, therefore, and the payment of a penalty of only 10.7 million.
Guzman escaped from two maximum security prisons in Mexico in 2001, and the end of 2015. For the first time, he escaped in a laundry basket to go in the second time, he managed to get by with a 1.5-kilometer-long tunnel that he had dug up.
After the conviction of Guzman could be the sons to play a major role in the cartel from their father.
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