Filmmaker's Documentary Questions Whe...

Filmmaker's Documentary Questions Whether Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Guzman Actually Was Captured

There are 3 comments on the Phoenix New Times story from Aug 14, 2014, titled Filmmaker's Documentary Questions Whether Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Guzman Actually Was Captured. In it, Phoenix New Times reports that:

Not everyone is convinced that drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, head of Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel, actually was arrested by authorities earlier this year.

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Don Parsley

El Paso, TX

#1 Aug 14, 2014
El Guapo is on the loose as well and he is loaded for bear. I don't know about this other cat, but I know we need to confront El Guapo and hit him where he lives. Any deputies out there with free time need to take up the hunt because otherwise our whole city could be crapped on.
Fiatcar

Omaha, NE

#2 Aug 14, 2014
This guy Minn should worry more about making films that people want to see rather than questioning where this goof is. Regardless of what his condo looked like or not, I really do believe the Mexican government got him and are going to keep him in Mexico. Why, the bribes. Look at how Pablo Escobar died, a stuck pig with no shoes on. How much was he worth? Why give up your cash cow to another government? All the way up to Pres. Nieto, the cash from Chapo is tumbling in. These guys aren't stupid, the drug business keeps running, the cash keeps coming in. Only this time, alot more of the drugs is staying right at home. That's right, Mexico is seeing the most epedemic drug problem in it's history and they have to clue at how to solve it, control it or deal with it. Who's laughing at the US now? More and more of these drugs are going other places than just the US. I grant you, as soon as they showed Chapo on TV, don't you know that the rest of the major drug dealers in Mexico didn't call their congressman to work out a deal to keep them out of prison? Notice that most of the violence has been reduced to a controllable level? Bribes and money is what counts in Mexico and especially now that the old farts from the PRI are back in power. Thank God, Europe needs some Mexicans to come and send money on tourism. Mexico, it's government and it's policitians are basically worthless. They were doomed from the very start. See their nation flag, it's a vulture biting a snake. Known as the very first "mordida" or bite, which in Mexico stands for bribe. So their national flag illustrates country built on bribes.
Sirius2b

Querétaro, Mexico

#3 Aug 14, 2014
This guy Minn should worry more about making films that people want to see rather than questioning where this goof is. Regardless of what his condo looked like or not, I really do believe the Mexican government got him and are going to keep him in Mexico. Why, the bribes. Look at how Pablo Escobar died, a stuck pig with no shoes on. How much was he worth? Why give up your cash cow to another government? All the way up to Pres. Nieto, the cash from Chapo is tumbling in. These guys aren't stupid, the drug business keeps running, the cash keeps coming in. Only this time, alot more of the drugs is staying right at home. That's right, Mexico is seeing the most epedemic drug problem in it's history and they have to clue at how to solve it, control it or deal with it. Who's laughing at the US now? More and more of these drugs are going other places than just the US. I grant you, as soon as they showed Chapo on TV, don't you know that the rest of the major drug dealers in Mexico didn't call their congressman to work out a deal to keep them out of prison? Notice that most of the violence has been reduced to a controllable level? Bribes and money is what counts in Mexico and especially now that the old farts from the PRI are back in power. Thank God, Europe needs some Mexicans to come and send money on tourism. Mexico, it's government and it's policitians are basically worthless. They were doomed from the very start. See their nation flag, it's a vulture biting a snake. Known as the very first "mordida" or bite, which in Mexico stands for bribe. So their national flag illustrates country built on bribes.
I will give you an A+ for absorving anti-Mexican propaganda.

Although I really don't know how much such knowledge worth in the job market.

We Mexicans, of course, think that our country is GREAT and we love it more than anythng else.

:-)

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