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I was 14 and my mom and I had to make sure we could all eat. He is extremely polite in this once-in-a-lifetime interview with Mexican investigative magazine Proceso.
But he tells a humble tale. But he sticks to his story. After 28 years in Mexican prisons, he got out in on a technicality and is may fighting to control the trade once again.
Fugitive godfather of Mexico’s drug trade speaks out from hiding to deny he is back in business
But watching the interview puts all that into question. Perhaps this old farmer, pushed into the drug trade by endemic poverty, is clean and is being unfairly hunted by US and Mexican agents. Guzman was pitching his Hollywood story. Just weeks after being interviewed by Penn, he narrowly escaped authorities.
Shortly after, he was nabbed and stuck in prison where he awaits extradition to the US. M exican authorities say Entrevsita Quintero has been waging a war against the dominant Sinaloa cartel since entrevists liberation in Perhaps Caro Quintero wants to make allies or maybe he really has left the drug trade behind. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.
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Home News Sport Business. But there has to be a meaning behind this mad interview. So there has zmbada be a reason for Caro Quintero to run the risk, says Hope. The question is what he wants a second chance at.
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