Chapo: Kingpin on Trial
The drug kingpin’s lawyers cited jurors' alleged consumption of news, as described by an anonymous juror in an interview with VICE News.
El Chapo's lawyers say they'll ask for a new trial due to juror misconduct. Here's what could happen next.
Citing an exclusive VICE News interview with an anonymous juror, the Sinaloa cartel leader's attorneys say they'll call for the conviction to be overturned.
An anonymous juror describes broken rules, fear, and behind-the-scenes drama at the Sinaloa cartel leader’s trial.
The anonymous jury convicted the kingpin on all 10 counts related to his drug smuggling empire.
Alex Cifuentes claimed the drug lord paid the former Mexican president $100 million, but the jury only heard half his story.
The evidence is overwhelming — and that's part of the problem.
A poisoned arepa, a naked escape, and 20 tons of sunken cocaine: the trial's greatest hits.
Alex Cifuentes has described involvement in nearly every facet of the Sinaloa cartel’s business.
Listen to all the “Chapo: Kingpin on Trial” podcast episodes here.
El Chapo and El Mayo were "partners" who allegedly imported tons of Colombian cocaine into the U.S.
VICE News travels deep into the epicenter of Mexico's drug trade to interview Chapo's family members as his brother throws a lavish birthday party.