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He is Mexico's.
Most wanted man.
The world's most powerful drug track.
He's -- top of the EPA's list of the 55.
-- the most powerful people in the US is five million.
So -- -- -- old job and the couple whose mom is the most wanted man on the planet right now -- -- is the author of the last night.
-- Mexico's most wanted drug trafficker who's in charge of the Sinaloa Cartel.
Which traffic's tons of drugs and unite states and Western Europe every year.
Cocaine methamphetamine marijuana apparently.
Shuffle works in a logical way he wants to make money he wants to drugs across the border.
Little lose and abuse and child it only did he grew up in poverty.
His father a peasant farmer from the mountainous region of Mexico's -- state.
So how does -- -- To the powerful Colombian cartel leader of the 1990s.
Culture shock the lost -- Narco is a generic term for anyone involved in the drug trade.
But he's the last narco a certain robbery and debris that weren't under mile beneath the capitol the -- -- the Mexican drug trade.
And that was -- business first quiet life.
-- don't -- attention don't to a Pablo Escobar Pablo Escobar Colombia.
Wreaks Havoc on the state.
He even wanted to run for congress and ran for congress.
That is the way drug lord just -- -- just how serious of a threat you don't -- vote in Mexican cartels pose to America.
Consider the us.
In nine months of 2011.
There -- nearly thirteen thousand drug related murders.
That's coordinated game for one every half hour in the last five years nearly 50000 have been killed in here at home.
This in cartels are known to operate in over 1000 US city.
It's his -- -- as powerful drug lord has Pablo Escobar was.
I'd put them probably don't equal footing Michael -- is the former chief of operations.
For the DE.
I've said this before -- -- Guzman is a Dead Man Walking.
None of these guys -- who moved to a ripe old age.
Where you're bouncing their grandchildren.
All of your knees.
Telling him you know stories that's just not in their.
They're driven by one thing greed and insatiable.
Appetite for more.
And that's part of the reason that Mexico -- itself and the trouble over the better part of six decades.
And government officials.
Law enforcement military.
Authorities in that country and attempted to manage organized crime by just cutting deals with them.
Sometimes they were also motivated.
Fired by greed themselves and wanted to line their pockets how far is Chuck Close Reid shouldn't tentacles go to.
Yeah -- trouble Guzman and and the Sinaloa Cartel are responsible for.
-- -- -- -- Many cities throughout the United States it's important understand that.
Troubles tentacles reach throughout Central America to -- -- Central America the western included in the eastern Pacific.
Into the north coast of Columbia.
Where his sources for cocaine.
The only thing you've ever accomplish.
By cutting a deal.
You know with these with these groups.
You empower them.
You help them grow stronger and one thing for sure.
They won't break any agreement that you make with them with -- -- -- you out because.
They want more money they want more -- They want more power.
And you can you know -- simply can't do with the WW.
Bite you in the ass every single time yeah.
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