Last week the news of the death of the world's most wanted drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, spread like wildfire, but were immediately denied by Guatemalan authorities. However, this denial does not seem to be enough for many people and the rumors continue to grow throughout social networks.
The reason for this is because, at the time that the incident was reported, Sky News said "Residents who witnessed the confrontation told authorities that one of the two dead men resembles the Mexican drug trafficker."
Whatever the case may be, the strangest thing out of all of this is that Wikileaks is involved. In emails sent to the intelligence agency Stratfor that were made public, in one of them it said: "Since 2006, Los Zetas and the Sinaloa cartel dismantled existing cartels in northern Guatemala, and took their place." This message was sent from an account “firstname.lastname@example.org.”
In a separate statement WikiLeaks made it very clear that there is no link between terrorists and drug cartels, something that has been confirmed by experts from the Stratfor agency also.
"I strongly believe that Mexican drug cartels have no dealings with foreign terrorist groups. They do not risk their business with international terrorists. In fact, Muslims and Mexicans do not integrate very well, "says the key message marked with 151,849.
"I strongly believe that Mexican drug cartels have no dealings with foreign terrorist groups. They do not risk their business with international terrorists. In fact, Muslims and Mexicans do not integrate very well, "said the message that was labeled as 151,849.
This is all part of the files that were revealed in 2012, which more than 5 million of them exist, where they reveal the work that the U.S. government has done, and also the collaboration of other nations with the U.S.
So far, authorities deny the death of El Chapo, but the danger and importance of his capture has been big news lately, since he has also been named as Chicago’s public enemy number one, something like the personality of an “Al Capone” and that has affected Mexicans living in that city.
Currently there is a reward of $ 5 million for the capture of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.