Wednesday, January 13, 2016

The Mexican Government Recaptures Drug Kingpin El Chapo After Tracing Him Through Actor Sean Penn Who Is Now Under Suspicion


Sean Penn and El Chapo

It’s not secret the U.S. government wants to extradite Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin Guzman, nickname El Chapo, on a host of narcotic offenses. However, after the Mexican government recaptured their most famous escapee, all extradition requests will reportedly be denied, as El Chapo has committed so many drug related offenses in Mexico, he is eligible for hundreds of years in prison, far outlasting his life span. 

El Chapo recaptured by Mexican government after they followed Sean Penn around Mexico

El Chapo was caught after Hollywood began indirectly contacting him through third parties, stating they wish to make a biopic about his life. Intrigued by the idea, El Chapo consented to an interview for Rolling Stone magazine, with disturbed, mentally unstable actor, Sean Penn, which took place in a Mexican jungle. It is through Penn that the Mexican government traced the location of the world’s top cocaine, heroin, ecstasy and marijuana supplier. The Mexican military planned and executed a perfectly timed raid and recaptured El Chapo, who had previously escaped in 1994, then again in 2001 and remained at large for 13-years until his 2014 capture.

El Chapo before and after his head and mustached were shaved in his latest arrest
El Chapo has been remanded into custody. Needless to say, there will be no bail in this case. El Chapo’s mug shot reveals the hair on his head and trademark mustache have been shaved. As for Penn, suspicion surrounds him, as some will question whether the U.S. government sought to capture El Chapo and used him in a bid to do so. El Chapo still has large cash reserves hidden on the outside and has extensive ties to drug criminals apart of his network of crime.

El Chapo after being caught and cuffed in his latest safe house that was raided by the Mexican government. El Chapo, famous for using tunnels, attempted to tunnel out through a sewer that led to a main road near the property.
El Chapo has been using money from the drug trade to live lavishly for two decades. Previously, his mansion was raided and seized by the Mexican government. Stolen art, exotic tigers, lions and cheetahs were seized as well, in addition to $207 million dollars in currency stored in a room of the mansion protected by armed guards.