Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Queen of Cartels: most famous female leader of Mexico's underworld speaks out
UK GUARDIAN in Guadalajara, Mexico
Ávila has spent the last seven years in prison for money laundering, including two years in solitary confinement. Now free, she gave an exclusive interview, her first in nearly a decade, from her home near Guadalajara, in which she lashed out at Mexican politicians’ corruption, mocked the futility of drug prohibition and celebrated the escape of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán.
Her three-decade rise to power has provided her with a front-row view of private jets, clandestine plastic surgery operations to disguise identity, murderous shootouts at VIP parties and one non-stop constant: massive bribes to Mexican public officials. “The most I ever heard about was a $100m [bribe] to a Mexican president,” Ávila said. “A million dollars is nothing. I have seen one [politician] look into the bag to see if it was there. He knew everything.”

"El Chapo" se encuentra con Emma Coronel

Published on May 14, 2016
La esposa del capo lo visitó en su nueva casa y confirmó que las autoridades les permitieron verse por 45 minutos.

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