But there has to be a meaning behind this mad interview. The Guardian has viewed several identity documents including her birth certificate. He was abusive, she said, and at the age of 10 she stabbed him, landing her in a juvenile treatment centre in Tijuana. But reached via Skype in January, after Chapo was recaptured and sent back to Altiplano, her tone was darker.
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R- Will you finally get arrested?. M- Any time now, or may be never. R- Zambada is 60 years old and he got started in the drug trafficking business at He knows how to hide away, he knows how to escape and he is loved among the men and women where half of him lives, and half of him dies. I imagine him untreaseable. R- How did you get started into the narco traffic business? M- Just because.
R- Just because? M- Just because, he answers again. R- There is no way in through to that conversation and i keep myself to my own ideas: The narco as an irresistible and pitiless magnet that follows the money, the power, the yatchs, the airplanes, the women, own and of others with the big houses and buildings, the jewels as colorful marbles to play with, the brutal impulse that leads to the summit.
In the capacity of the narcotraffic exists, terrifier without any horizon already, the capacity of crushing. The soldiers, he says, brake doors and windows, they penetrate into the intimacy of the homes, they plant and spread terror.
In this unleashed war they find inmediate responds to their actions. The result is the number of victims that grow unstopable. The capos are their targets, even though they are the unique figures of past times. R- And what are they?
My case should be an example, a lesson to everybody. They execute me and euphory explodes, but while days pass by, we would find out that nothing has changed.
R- Nothing after the fall of the Capo?. M- The problem with the narco wrap millions of people up. How to dominate them? To he president, his collaborators cheat on him. They are liars and they inform him about advances that there are not true in this lost war. R- Why is it lost? M- The narco is within the society, rooted like the corruption R— And what do you do now?
M— I work in agriculture and livestock farming, but if i can do a "business" in the united states, i do it. R- Could you figure in the Forbes list? Could you tell me in which way did you lived that particular story? But that story never existed. Like the invention about me planning a hit on the President. I could never thought of that. Do you have any knowledge about what whent down that day and how things were developing? M— I know that there was no bloodshed, only one dead.
R- Yes, of course. M— Would you like to see him?. R- I came to see you. M- Would you like to see him?. R- Of course. R- Our conversation comes to an end. R- I felt an absolutly unexplainable heat inside of me. The picture was the proof the authenticity of the encounter with the capo. Zambada called one of his bodyguards and he asked him for his hat, he put it on, white, of fine quality. M- How do you like it? M- What about the cap?
R- I think so.
R- Will you finally get arrested?. M- Any time now, or may be never. R- Zambada is 60 years old and he got started in the drug trafficking business at He knows how to hide away, he knows how to escape and he is loved among the men and women where half of him lives, and half of him dies. I imagine him untreaseable.
El incapturable socio de "El Chapo": Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada
That dusky afternoon Ismael Zambada Garcia was more restless than usual. The guards passed him reports that was repetitive in the last couple days, mobilized Army was traveling through the zone. The soldiers installed camps through the helicopters that carried them and supplies. The noise of the military helicopters arrived occasionally to the refuge.
El día en que un periodista entrevistó a Ismael «El Mayo» Zambada, líder del Cártel de Sinaloa
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