Names on 'the death list' of 'El Chapo' revealed
During the trial against 'El Chapo' Guzmán, a list of names that the boss wanted to kill was released.
Since Tuesday the verdict against Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán was released, after a little more than three months of trial in the United States, different events have come to light that gives us goosebumps. what can happen
Recently, a DEA agent told the CNN how the capo was captured step by step and now, a list of names that Guzmán Loera possessed was revealed, which was called 'list of death'.
The list of the death of 'El Chapo' Guzmán
Part of the evidence presented in the trial in which they recently gave the guilty verdict of more than a dozen charges to Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzman, was composed of a list called 'death'.
In it appeared different names with which Guzmán Loera had outstanding accounts. The government of the United States indicated that this list consisted of "victims of a conspiracy to commit murder" and that they would have been targeted by 'El Chapo'.
The test has the date of January 29 and was signed by prosecutors Richard Donoghue and Arthur G. Wyatt, addressed to the judge of the case, Brian M. Cogan. It is also stated that together with this list other tests were delivered, such as text messages, recordings, confiscated drugs, written letters, among others.
Who are the people that make up this death list?
There you go: Ramón Arellano Félix, Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes and José Luis Santiago Vasconcelos, anti-drug czar.
The list, according to media such as El Universal, does not always include specific names, arguing that making them known could jeopardize the identity of the witnesses who cooperated with the US justice system.
They point out that they are deaths or orders to commit murders that can be attributed to 'El Chapo' and mention the dates or periods in which the conspiracies or crimes occurred. In some cases, even, the murders have been proven and in others, the victims lost their lives in mysterious circumstances.