The unconfirmed reports go some way to easing fears of the imminent outbreak of a major war — either within factions of the Sinaloa cartel, or between this group and the rapidly expanding Jalisco New Generation Cartel.
The abduction of one of the kingpin's sons has triggered fears of a violent backlash, with reports suggesting another, more important, son might have been kidnapped as well.
The legendary Mexican drug lord denied killing DEA agent "Kiki" Camarena, repeatedly apologized to the US government, and refuted reports that he is currently heading an assault on territory controlled by the Sinaloa cartel.
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According to one of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán’s lawyers, the drug lord has the right to block both the unauthorized commercial exploitation of his image, and the airing of content that could prejudice his defence against multiple criminal charges.
Mexican authorities recently moved the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel to a prison near the US border, but it may still be weeks before he sets foot on American soil.
Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's predawn transfer to the border comes amid reports of imminent extradition that have been refuted by his lawyer.
José Refugio Rodríguez disclosed details about the Chapo's legal strategy in the face of possible extradition. He also said the kingpin remains determined to make a movie about his life, and discussed Sean Penn’s betrayal of Kate del Castillo
The Beltrán Leyva family grew up alongside El Chapo before waging a bloody battle against him. With this guilty plea, Alfredo may be called to provide information against Guzmán.
In her first interview ever, 26-year-old Emma Coronel, discusses the incarceration of the infamous drug lord, their life together, and Mexican telenovela star Kate del Castillo.
US and Mexican authorities reportedly teamed up to arrest two dozen high-level cartel members in the Mexican state of Sonora along the border with Arizona.
The DEA's list of wanted drug lords is out of date after the capture of the infamous Mexican trafficker — so we made our own.