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"north west mexico" Discussed on Sky News Daily
"El chapo was the man behind the curtain pulled. All the strength quite keen arch avello guzman. Low era is perhaps best known as el chapo mexican slang for shorty which is quite fitting considering his five foot six stature and stocky build heading up the similar drugs cartel he was considered to be one of the most powerful drug traffickers in the world and has been the subject of some well-publicized manhunts the most recent after he escaped through a tunnel while awaiting sentencing in twenty-fifty roadblocks are in place in an airport closed as they try to recapture the cartel. Nita thought to be worth a billion dollars that when the following year mexican authorities recaptured him. Following a shootout. He was later extradited to the united states where he's currently serving a life sentence in a maximum security jail in colorado. This conviction is a victory for the mexican. People who've lost more than one hundred thousand lies in drug related. Violence conviction is a victory for every family who has lost a loved one to the black hole of addiction. His convictions include murder money laundering and organized crime and according to wikipedia page chapo has at least four spouses. But this isn't a podcast about him. No this is the story of how a former american beauty queen went on to become the wife of the mexican drug kingpin. Who is emma. coronel lice bureau. How did she get embroiled in the sinaloa cartel and is she a victim or a key player in her husband's empire. Welcome to the sky news. Daily podcast with me germany minor. Hannah's reexamined the story beyond the headlines. I to my investigation related with us in the lower on two thousand five so the first time that i have heard about anchorman was on two thousand seven just days after she married with the shepherd was man in the mon signs of the golden triangle in in durango and as a yemeni nana's i am mexican investigative journalist. I have been investigating this mellower lower carson by the last sixteen years born near san francisco in one thousand nine hundred thousand nine. Emma went on to enter the two thousand and seven coffee and guava festival beauty pageant and a town in north west mexico. it's here in canelas where she reportedly met. Joaquin el chapo guzman the pad marrying soon after emma still a teenager husband more than thirty years her senior. When i done that was invited to the ari. It told me about sure told me about how john west on. I was able to get some pictures of her when she was very young because she has the baby little legal when he became the queen over these liberal town in canales rodin goes show exists some big jurors quincy senior sold. So that was the only the first time that i have heard and i was striding to gone that her. I sent her a message. Because i want to make make care. Inc for my book But west impossible. She'd never answered because you know the wives of the heads of the carton usually they are very discrediting betty silent day. I ready local five so in. That moment was impossible for me to get her. You talking about a wedding and we referred to her as chop bo's wife. What's the legal position though and bell of actually legally married. That is a very good question because legally they are not married legally they only wise of epa was man. East alexandrina celeste night. He's i rice. He never gave her the divorce and she still his score mile. Why but this far were ama- show up with a job. Was i know. Four months ceremony inside this through which A chapel gave him a floor mother role. Is he slides. One thing are the loggers do these kind of capitals has not bought 'em was deeper in was not anymore just his lower west peace formality partner so moving on the years of it she gets established as his partner as cooler that gets more involved. We've got to imagine in the running of the cartel. He's captured he goes on trial. And then annabel you gotta really long interview with coronel. Cooking was myeloid senior level. Cap must annabel's interview with them featured on noticiero telemundo in february twenty sixteen. They spoke for around four hours. Knock on on tiger style. Annacone manabe novenas impulsive. Nothing recalled meeting el chapo at a party in her hometown. Saying he'd being dancing with another girl and that she had had a boyfriend at the time but that he'd asked her to dance she also pointed out that he struck her as very confident. Tell us what you found out about her background and her role in the sinoloa cartel and your impressions of what kind of person she is. Finally i was able to contact directly with emigrant on january of two thousand sixteen after a job who was arrested in mexico after he escaped for the sick on time two thousand sixteen and was almost a fact that he will be extradited to the united states. So that's why am i been asset to give me an interview. Now i re- understand. That was not just heard station. I'm sure now that a chapel sent her to me. He order your do. Give me the ink on their work. I met her on february february. Two thousand sixteen she was. I think guinea six ninety seven your soul and she gave me a very happiness. Czar interviewed. Because you know in this interview. She tried to cover to her husband herself. She tried to production but she did very badly because she even in front the kameda. She was unable to keep her allies. Have done many interviews with why and igli. This guy no capitals. But i think i remember that this interview with 'em.
"north west mexico" Discussed on American History Tellers
"But he needed a caused one to make his own soon. He would finally three years before walkers dual in eighteen forty eight. The us war with mexico had ended with the treaty of guadalupe although the treaty brought more than half a million square miles of north west mexico into the united states and for years after the treaty vast swaths of land on both sides of the new border remained lawless no-man's-lands french mercenaries and adventurers poured into this chaotic region seeking to create a french control buffer zone between the us and mexico. All of them ultimately failed after succumbing to a mix disease internal strife and raids by native apache clans and mexican ranchers the tales of these french colonialist dreamers captured walkers imagination despite their failures they made for flashy headlines in eighteen fifty to one brigade of just two hundred men briefly captured the military for her maceo. The capital of the mexican state of sonora reading about their exploits walker was riveted at the time walker had switched careers yet again and was now in the midst of an unremarkable. Stint as a lawyer in marysville just north of sacramento he handled at least forty cases by eighteen. Fifty two winning twenty four and losing sixteen. His reputation was middling future. Supreme court justice stephen j field described him as possessing a sharp but not very profound intellect saying that he seldom convinced either judge or jury but now inspired by tales of french adventurers and mexico walker hatched an audacious plan he two co conspirators would seek mexico's permission to establish a settlement in northern sonora at guatemala's nestled on the placid sea of cortez in western mexico in return they would safeguard the local villagers and ranchers from apache and comanche raiders and bands of mexican and american outlaws alike. They intended to guide. The region to american statehood. Much like texas had done several years. Prior on june thirtieth eighteen fifty three walker and his accomplices boarded. A ship called the arrow and set sail for sonora on a reconnaissance mission. They landed a few days later. As the sun set over the sea of cortez the governor of sonora tipped off as to walkers intentions immediately ordered the intruders. Detained mexico refused to grant walker permission to leave the confines of house. Arrest let alone attempt to establish his proposed colony while under the watch of mexican authorities walker cut a curious figure to the locals he wore an oversized white for hat and ill-fitting poorly tailored clothes. He locked as one observer said as unprepossessing a person as one could meet half the dread which the mexicans had a filibusters banished when they saw such an insignificant looking specimen after a month under house arrest walker gave up an agreed to abandon his plans for a settlement the mexican authorities released him and put him on a ship. Back to san francisco but walker was undeterred. Throughout his filibustering career walker responded to defeats and setbacks with greater ambition. He believed that his plan and sonora failed not because he was too audacious but because it was not audacious enough upon his return to american soil walker wrote a comparatively small body of americans might gain a position on the sonoran frontier and protect the families on the border from indians. Such an act would be one of justice whether or not sanctioned by the mexican government so he began to make plans in earnest for an even greater.
"Today. We're taking a look at a quotes from Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The once lead of the Sinoloa content in Mexico Gu's Mon- used his crime syndicate to sell billions of dollars worth of drugs. Boys one step ahead of the police. Goose Mon- escaped jail twice bride politicians and shed the blood of allies and foes alike in light of this. It's ironic that the notorious drug lord once said I know one day I will die. I hope it's a natural causes. Guzman allegedly said this to actor Sean Penn. During a secret interview for Rolling Stone Magazine Guzman supposedly wanted a Hollywood film to be written about his life. It's not surprising. Gu's mom believed his life was worthy of the big screen after all his rise in the world of narcotics has been nothing short of cinematic Guzman was introduced to the drug trade early. He was born in. Nineteen fifty seven in La Tuna a rural town in Mexico. Though his claimed to be a simple farmer it's widely believed that he grew opium poppies by nineteen seventy the fifteen year old guzman was farming marijuana alongside his cousins at only five foot six is small stature earned him the nickname. El Chapo which is Mexican slang for shorty dues. Mon- didn't let his ambitions mirror his size in the late. Nineteen Seventy S. He grabbed onto the opportunity to work for Miguel on. Hell sciutto widely known. As the godfather of Mexico's first nationwide drug operation the Guadalajara Cartel Fedex put goose man in charge of smuggling logistics. Who's Mon- proved himself to be a ruthless taskmaster? He went as far as murdering employees. If ever they were late with deliveries this show of strength paid off in spades when feliks was arrested in nineteen eighty nine a thirty two year old. Guzman received a choice piece of the former drug lords territory. With his little slice of North West Mexico secured Guzman's set up his own operation. Everything about the Sinoloa cartel was innovative and Malton. He sets up complex underground tunnels to ferry drugs across the border. Earning him millions of dollars and attention from officials in both the United States and Mexico in nineteen ninety three after the highly publicized death of a Catholic cardinal who was caught in a drugged. Her for the thirty six year-old Guzman was blamed. He was arrested in Guatemala and sentenced to twenty years in prison. However the entire time guzman mom was in jail. He lived like a king. Bribing God's so he could receive conjugal visits on-command then when he got forward in two thousand one. He broke out of prison. Legend states that he snuck count in a laundry cart. Journalists believed that he more likely just salted out his path cleared by the many gods. He bribed in two thousand nine eight years. After breaking out of jail sinoloa cartel was doing better than ever this led to fifty two year-old Guzman landing on Forbes list of the world's richest people the magazine stated that he was personally worth one billion dollars. You didn't get there without a little brutality. To hold onto his empire the drug lord is to have personally tortured and murdered his rivals and even though he was arrested again. By Marines in two thousand fourteen. The stone cold killer escaped once more a little over a year later in July. Two Thousand Fifteen as he got older without ever facing real consequences for his crimes his hubris increased. That's what led him to consent to an interview by Hollywood actor Sean Penn. It's rumored that his communications with pen were traced by Mexican authorities ultimately leading to his capture. Guzman was extradited to the United States. Where he face charges of drug trafficking intend to distribute money laundering and homicide during the Eleven Week. Trial even more disturbing revelations about Guzman surfaced. According to a BBC Article One witness told the court that Guzman had buried demand alive. Another told of a rival NOCCO chief who refused to shake goosebumps hand and paid for it with his life. Court papers also accused him of raping girls as young as the team calling them. His vitamins ultimately Guzman was found. Guilty of ten counts including charges of narcotics trafficking. He was sentenced to life in prison. This means that Guzman likely will die of natural causes just as he wished.
"north west mexico" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Once again lending a hand helping his relatives one last time and survivor Kylie shot in the walking the crutches as the family gathered to say their final goodbyes the funeral service one of the sons of Donna Lankford eulogized her same when he first heard the news he prayed to god that an angel could save his mother and two little brothers that didn't happen but his father reminded him seven other miracles happen alluding to his brothers and sisters who survived this brutal attack let's bring in time to talk about it now from northern Mexico one I were these families living there and this really dangerous part of Mexico right across the border actually there before the cartel got there they are all of the fun of it track the United States they say after local just persecution but with your take a little deeper it had to do with you should go for polygamy and and other factors that that they felt it would be or so they moved to Mexico are their ancestors do you I mean technically go turn of the century and they lived there forever never repeat W. communities NASA grant G. farms homes we're talking about hundreds and hundreds of families and then the drug cartels got stronger and conquered the drug trafficking became one more prevalent the point now where he in these areas of northwest Mexico the drug cartels are complete the state and the family tells of a are the law they believe what happened here was a rival cartel is at war with this little cart now that that will topple cartel and they think each family member work will start sort of a battle in this ongoing drug war how much a reality is this for the people who are Mexican actually living in this area is this something that is that and that has happened before that they have seen before maybe not with a family but with with people in general a lot of the families this is gonna line but people with this we can argue statistics the cartels what they told the cartels will be check points there are long highway along it's now been passed your north west Mexico and a lot of time to look at the good cocktails with the cartels do your day out at a time entered by with a crime violence but the wait a week to assist the cartels are in charge so instead of a police force being in charge the cartels are in charge and that's the way of life for both the back again and the bank of America to look there and finally do you think that the the that the police there given the history of this and the violence of these cartels will actually find someone and arrest them for these murders or will it just be another unsolved murder the sense we got from the families that they they they're not competent but the president of Mexico as obviously spoken about the death there were a lot of military and police officials when we were there president trump is quite a lot of pressure on Mexico to find the killers but what we if you could meet one of Korea's we're talking about a drug cartel they had several hours to get away they have high powered weapons if they're all over this region we don't know what I have to wait if they if there ever brought to justice okay ABC's Tom Jana some really great work there in in in northwest Mexico thank you so much thank you.
"north west mexico" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Again lending a hand helping his relatives one last time and survivor Kylie shot in the walking the crutches as the family gathered to say their final goodbyes at the funeral service one of the sons of Donna Lankford eulogized her same when he first heard the news he prayed to god that an angel could save his mother and two little brothers that didn't happen but his father reminded him seven other miracles happen alluding to his brothers and sisters who survived this brutal attack let's bring in time to talk about it now from northern Mexico what were these families living there and this really dangerous part of Mexico right across the border will leave actually the cartel got there they are all of the fun of it Jack back left the United States they say after local just persecution but with your take a little deeper it had to do with the issue though look at me and and other factors that that they felt it would be or so they moved to Mexico other ancestry you I mean you go turn of the century and we lived there forever never repeat the scabbard he's communities NASA grant G. farms homes we're talking about hundreds and hundreds of families and then the drug cartels got stronger and stronger drug trafficking became one more prevalent the point now where the in these areas of northwest Mexico the drug cartels are complete the state and the family's tosses a are the law they believe what happened here was a rival cartel is at war with this little cart now that that will drop with card out and they think each family member work will start sort of a battle in this on going to a war how much a reality is this for the people who are Mexican actually living in this area is this something that is that and that has happened before that they have seen before maybe not with a family but with with people in general a lot of the families this is gonna line but people look at this we can argue statistics the cartels what they told the cartels will be check points there are long I will along it's now been packed your north west Mexico and point a lot of time to look at the good cocktails with the cartels do your day out at a hundred by look at crime violence but the way that it was just the cartels are in charge so instead of a police force being in charge the cartels are in charge and that's the way of life for both the back again and the bank of America to live there and finally do you think that the the that the police there given the history of this and the violence of these cartels will actually find someone and arrest them for these murders or will it just be another unsolved murder the sense we got from the families that they they they're not competent but the president of Mexico as obviously spoken about this and that there were a lot of military and police officials when we were there president trump is quite a lot of pressure on Mexico to find the killers but what we if you could eat what's collier's we're talking about a drug cartel they had several hours to get away yeah high powered weapons if they're all over this region we don't know we're not the week if they if there ever brought to justice okay ABC's Tom Jana some really great work there in in in northwest Mexico thank you so much thank you coming up a beacon of hope for the high schools inspiring rebirth on the football field on perspective after this.
"north west mexico" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I haven't had peace sleep. I haven't been able to eat function. And neither has any member of my family based on the fact that Stefan was murdered Clark said that the officer should be charged with homicide thirties have arrested a man suspected of kidnapping and killing his wife whose body was discovered last month in Mexico. Sheriff's sergeant Steve bro says the woman was reported missing from her Rupa valley in January the body found February fifth more than a thousand miles away in Pueblo Nuevo in north west Mexico. A woman's husband Juan Carlos Lopez Alvarado, he's been arrested in her Rupa valley. Thirteen days later on suspicion of first degree murder. Angels baseball team could leave Anaheim city of Long Beach interested in being the home to the team. The city has offered. The angels a new stadium on a waterfront lot Anaheim's. Mike Lister says angel stadium can be remodeled. There are some issues with the stadium. You would never know it. But it is the fourth oldest in baseball. And we need to get with them and figure out a path forward either renovating or even. Up to a new ballpark? Angels have been in Anaheim since nineteen sixty six Anaheim recently extended the angels lease for fourteen months. So the team complained angel stadium through the twenty twenty season police New Orleans Saints people have been killed after a car slammed into a group of people about two miles away from where mardi gras festivities are happening. Crass happened tonight just outside the French quarter. Cops say they have the driver in custody. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has kicked off his twenty twenty presidential campaign in the snow in Brooklyn. He told supporters he wants healthcare for all free tuition in public colleges and universities and a nationwide minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. And he says that he will break America's dependency on fossil fuel. We say Donald Trump the fossil fuel industry..
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"Get the latest news now with Amy king KFI newsroom. Suspected drunk driver is crashed head on into a pickup while driving the wrong way on the fifteen freeway. Nets can Dido teach says it received several calls. Someone driving a pickup in the HOV lanes in the wrong direction near auto Parkway this afternoon. A crash reported near via Rancho Parkway a few minutes later, C H pieces, the pickup and other truck crashed head on at least one person was seriously injured CHP says the wrong way driver is believed to have been under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Authorities have arrested a man suspected of kidnapping and killing his wife whose body was discovered last month in Mexico Riverside County. Sheriff's sergeant Steve bro says the woman was reported missing from her Rupa valley in January. The body was found February fifth more than a thousand miles away in Pueblo Nuevo in north west Mexico. The women's has been one Carlos Lopez Alvarado was arrested in her Rupa valley. Thirteen days later on suspicion of first degree murder. New Mexico democratic Senator Tom udall says President Trump's Nash. Emergency declaration at the US. Mexico border is wrong. I encourage members of both parties Republicans and Democrats to join us to stand up for the separation of powers Udal says the declaration is a land grab he says there's no emergency at the border. He's urging bipartisan support for joint resolution to terminate the what he calls unlawful national emergency declaration Udal says no president should be allowed to cut out the role of congress to spend billions on a project that satisfies a campaign promise the future stars of football have convened in Indianapolis for the NFL combine quarterbacks receivers and tight ends in the spotlight today. Running backs offensive linemen and special teams players took the field yesterday. Oklahoma state running back Justice hill posted the fastest time in the forty yard dash in his grip the final day of the combine is Monday at a crash in Long Beach.
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"Go nowhere. Let's get the latest news now for many king in the KFI newsroom. The metro board of directors. We'll take a look at adding fees and regulations to ride share drivers and riders in LA county Jaber was safer streets. LA says is nothing more than an attempted money. Grab by politicians just going to take money out of people's pockets. It's just another tax on the regular people were trying to get around and just live their lives. Metro officials say the extra revenue generated by a tax on companies like Uber and Lyft could help ease. Traffic congestion and pay for highway and transit projects ahead of the two thousand twenty eight LA summer Olympic Games. Authorities have arrested a man suspected of kidnapping and killing his wife whose body was discovered last month in Mexico Riverside County. Sheriff sergeant Steve Bros. Says the woman was reported missing from her Rupa valley in January. The body was found February fifth more than a thousand miles away in Nuevo in north west Mexico. The woman's husband Juan Carlos Lopez Alvarado was arrested in her Rupa valley thirteen days later on suspicion of first degree murder. The California Department of Justice is paid more than a million dollars to employees who claim they faced sexual harassment or work place retaliation while presidential candidate. Kamala Harris was the state attorney general the LA times reports the case involved alleged allegations made from twenty eleven to two thousand seventeen Harris's spokesman says Harris didn't know about the cases which were handled. By the Justice department administrators but says as head of the DOJ at the time, she takes responsibility. Teachers and the Oakland school district of struck a deal to end a week-long strike the school district announced yesterday teachers will get an eleven percent salary increase. Plus a one time three percent bonus. Oakland's three thousand teachers walked off the job February twenty-second to demand higher pay smaller class sizes and more school resources. Teachers are expected to vote on the agreement. Tomorrow. The future stars of football have convened in Indianapolis for the NFL combine quarterbacks receivers tied answering the spotlight today. Running backs offensive linemen and special teams players took the field yesterday. Oklahoma state running back Justice hill posted the fastest time in the forty yard dash in his group the final day at the combine is Monday some problems in east fail on the fifteen. That's right. The fifteen.
"north west mexico" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Is one eight I'm Todd's will gain for Joshua Johnson in Washington, literature and myth are filled with visions of the underworld of what lies beneath the surface of the earth. And what happens if you delve too greedily and too deep since our beginning humans have wondered what might lie beneath the center of the earth, or what might happen to them. If they're brought down below will some brave souls go as far as burrowing deep underground, not for riches or for resources, but to find out for themselves. What lurks for us under the surface of the earth? We'll talk to one such soul in a moment. But first, we go to Mexico City where we can where we're going to talk to you in Grillo reporter, and author of L Narko inside Mexico's criminal insurgency. You've probably heard by now that Joaquin El Chapo Guzman, Laura was found guilty on ten counts of charges related to drug trafficking, including the distribution of cocaine. And heroin illegal firearms possession and money laundering, the trial in Brooklyn New York lasted thirteen weeks and included some stunning allegations, including kouzmines alleged one hundred million dollar bribe to the former president of Mexico. The president denies that claim you and Grillo joins us from Mexico City you and thanks for coming on one a good to be here. Now, I saw an image. Just a few minutes ago, the tabloid newspapers the newsstands in Mexico City today may have even been on your Twitter feed, sir, El Chapo, El Chapo, El Chapo, El Chapo, wall-to-wall. This is a gigantic deal there in Mexico. This is this is one of the stories of the decade. Well, it isn't it isn't in a sense. I mean, obviously is huge. This is the most infamous Mexican drug Lord ever. Him going to prison finally the United States doing life. I is a big story here. However, the biggest story is this continuing bloodbath in Mexico that chapel is a pot of. But he's only one of many people involved in that goes on. I mean, you know, we're talking about over the last ten years two hundred thousand murders here in Mexico, which is an enormous human cost for the society here. So yeah, I mean, so it sounds like you're talking about news that he's going to prison for life positively received. But I'm getting the sense that El Chapo is is the symptom. Not the problem. Yet. An extended extended always say, even even in the news to prison is a bit more mixed feelings about this. I know I was talking to various people up over the years. I've been covering this issue in eighteen hundred for eighteen years in Mexico. And I was looking at some of the people of known during that time off the squad. How they felt when a WalMart Amada who Saad was married. She spent three years trying to find him, and he discovered his body in a in a mass grave about how she felt it is quite mixed feelings, you know, there's one side. Okay. The guy's going to prison. They said that national enough to repair the damage that she's felt this has been basically a war situation. He was like a warlord in vaulted escalating the conflict and sad as well. Having a sudden shave that Mexico could not conduct this trial itself, a deal with its own super criminals, and he was extradited to the United States. So goose Mon El Chapo, had this long history of incarceration of escape. Being on the run being on the Lam finally picked up and handed over extradited to the American authorities after his last escape through a tunnel as you mentioned, El Chapo ran the Loa cartel. Can you talk a little bit about the violent impact of that cartel how they operated, and what Mexicans have have come to know about Sinoloa, whether it stops with the incarceration of all Chapo or not. Sure, so similar is is a state in north west Mexico. It's a bit like how Sicily is for the for the mafia sin the lower rates for the Mexican cartels. Birthplace this goes back a hundred years when the United States, I restricted opium and cocaine the nine hundred fourteen houses tax act, those people had seen the lower producing the drugs to take him to the United States so two hundred year history. It's a mountainous area. I've been up there to the village. Well, Chapa frog it's far up in the mountains with no roads up there, just parts obser- people living in difficult circumstances who really embraced the drug trade. Now, this cartel became the biggest in Mexico and in the early twenty hundreds is tied to fight a very violent conflict with another cartel called. The set us who will lead by four special forces for the Mexican military. This really raise the stakes because it used to be like gag bamboos. We shaved. Heads and tattoos farming with with with pistols a bit like the the gang violence that you might see in the streets of Baltimore or the US series. But then it became something. Very different became an odd conflict with people with bullet proof jackets AK47.'s, even RPG sevens. And the Cinderella cartel followed on this militarization covering this through the years. And it was something you saw just creep up until it became this real humanitarian catastrophe, and you saw crazy things. Trust is from both sides or all sides in obscene things one time. I was in a more whether it was forty nine bodies open dumped who had their hands cuts off their feet cut off their heads cut off. I'll in a mass grave with more than two hundred fifty bodies while they were on earth. The smell was gone up into a middle class neighborhood, the Knicks rile side there. So the real key players. What was essentially an armed conflict in Mexico. That is cost seventy lives, a horrible horrible record of of death and torture disappearances and murders in Mexico as you mentioned as many as two hundred and fifty thousand deaths and thirty seven thousand people disappeared in escalating violence since two thousand and six we got one Email from Michael who says I've read that El Chapo rose to power with the help of Mexican government officials. The story goes that the government preferred one strong drug Lord rather than many weaker druglords who were constantly infighting and creating chaos in the country. Is there any truth to this narrative you, and can you shed any light on that show? I mean, it's not even a secret that drug cartels have worked with the Mexican government. The years you go back to the nineteen nineties. The the president then his brother was accused of rotting with the drug trade and Swiss authorities found more than five hundred million dollars in accounts linked to him. And the of Chapo Guzman is definitely had many leagues too many different drug cartels would differ a bit with how things played out in the last few years? The corruption has always been there and continued and never went away when Mexico went to multiparty democracy in the year two thousand which is an I arrived in Mexico. Then there was hope that okay? This is going to change this could be peace and democracy. This is the new century, but corruption was still there. But what happened was the corruption became fragmented? So wall Chapo Guzman certainly had his links with the government so did other some other drug cartels. I'm what you got was the state fighting itself. I beat him places. I've always inaudible radio when there was federal police fighting minutes will place shootouts among different police forces. So you that's part of the reason how the country got so violent because the corruption was about unified anymore. You different political players support. If drug traffickers, let's hear now just yesterday on the courthouse steps in New York. US attorney Richard Donahue who helped convict El Chapo. Here's what he had to say. This conviction.