Mexican drug lord El Chapo given life sentence plus 30 years
Mexican medication lord Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán has been provided life behind bars plus thirty years after being condemned of narcotics trafficking.
The 62-year-old was earlier this year found guilty of 10 counts including international circulation of heroin and also cocaine; use guns and even money laundering.
He was convicted of trafficking tonnes of the drug, heroin as well as cannabis into the US and also taking part in multiple murder conspiracies as a leading leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, long known as among Mexico’s largest as well as most violent medication trafficking organizations.
Talking with his translator at his sentencing in New York City, El Chapo whined about exactly how he had been treated with in US custody.
He claimed he had gone through “cruel and inhumane” treatment throughout his 30 months in arrest.