Mexican Top Cop Allegedly Bribed by El Chapo Wants Out of Jail Because of Coronavirus
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.
3 days ago
Sick Staff, Inmate Transfers, and No Tests: How the U.S. Is Failing Federal Inmates as Coronavirus Hits
“We pray it’s not here, but to be honest nobody really knows.”
4 days ago
New York Jail That Held El Chapo and Jeffrey Epstein Now Has a Coronavirus Case
New York's Metropolitan Correctional Center in downtown Manhattan houses around 700 federal prisoners, mostly individuals who are awaiting trials in New York City federal courts.
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Sinaloa Cartel Drug Traffickers Explain Why Coronavirus Is Very Bad for Their Business
The chemicals used for manufacturing meth and fentanyl are mainly sourced in China, and cartels in Mexico are running low.
El Chapo's Conviction Changed Everything and Nothing About the War on Drugs
One year after the historic guilty verdict: “It’s hard to say the Sinaloa cartel is weaker— it’s hard to put metrics to what that really means.”
Mexico Says the Narco 'El Mini Lic' Ordered this Journalist's Murder. Will the US Hand Him Over?
Mexican authorities want a Sinaloa cartel leader's son extradited, but he's already cooperating with U.S. law enforcement.
Sinaloa Cartel Kingpin’s Son ‘El Mayito Gordo’ Was Just Quietly Extradited to San Diego
Ismael Zambada-Imperial was shipped overnight from Mexico to California to stand trial on federal drug charges.
El Chapo’s Son Was Captured — Then Freed After the Cartel Attacked
The Sinaloa cartel leader’s son was detained by the Mexican military but released amid a shootout.
From 'The Alcatraz of the Rockies' to the Streets
The U.S. sends “the worst of the worst” to ADX Florence. This is what happens when they get out.
A Cartel Kingpin’s Son Just Claimed His Prize for Testifying Against El Chapo
Vicente Zambada, who has admitted to ordering people killed, was sentenced to 15 years and could walk free in under 5.
El Chapo's prosecutors say our interview with a juror isn't enough to get him a new trial
A VICE News story was "Exhibit A" in a new court filing that seeks to prevent the kingpin's conviction from being overturned.
Chapo: Kingpin on Trial
El Chapo wants a new trial, asks court to investigate alleged juror misconduct
The drug kingpin’s lawyers cited jurors' alleged consumption of news, as described by an anonymous juror in an interview with VICE News.