Genaro García Luna, currently housed in a Brooklyn federal jail on charges that he took millions of dollars in bribes from the Sinaloa cartel, has asked to be released for fear of contracting COVID-19.
A new Home Office review shows the rise of "going country" has occurred against a backdrop of increasing inequality and child poverty.
The drug kingpin's mother says her family has “humanitarian” visas to visit Chapo in prison. Advocates and federal agents are shocked.
Vicente Zambada, who has admitted to ordering people killed, was sentenced to 15 years and could walk free in under 5.
Myanmar's army signed a peace agreement to end its long-lasting civil war, but drug cartels—and corrupt military officials—are providing an incentive for the militias to stick around.
As well as allowing dealers to inflict violence and prove they're "not to be messed with," these debts now serve another important purpose.