Emma Coronel, the wife of Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, who now remains locked up at least 22 hours a day in his cell, could have the formula to end the drug empire of the Sinaloa Cartel and its more than 10 billion dollars, according to the head of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, Mike Virgil.
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The drug lord’s partner, who is also serving a life sentence in a US prison, would be close to providing a “plan” for the mighty cartel to fall. This call would also be joined by ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán.
Virgil, who is one of the most recognized drug fighters, would have told The Sun that Emma Coronel he has very few options to go free and that he would be cooperating, above all, for the welfare of his daughters, with whom he wants to spend time and raise them and does not see a life sentence as an option.
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“She can put together a plan for the forces of order in the United States and Mexico to dismantle the organization, little by little,” Virgil reportedly told the British newspaper in early May.
It is currently believed that whoever runs the Sinaloa Cartel is Ismael ‘El Mayo’ Zambada, one of the enemies of ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán.
Emma Coronel is in prison accused of having helped her husband build the great drug empire in Mexico. However, after the drug trafficker was arrested, the also influence has decided to cooperate with the FBI, the CIA and ICE, offering all the information they have on the Sinaloa Cartel.
It is also intended that the pair of ‘El Chapo’ Guzman begin to point out, in addition to those syndicated by the Sinaloa Cartel, to other drug lords who have turned Mexico into a narco-state.
EMMA CORONEL HAS INSIDE INFORMATION
Emma Coronel, wife ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, had had contacts with the FBI, ICE and DEA since 2017 and, recently, when she was captured, had informed federal agents of USA that he would travel to North American soil to surrender to justice, so it was a pact.
According to the newspaper Process from Mexico, the also influence He had given officers several days’ notice so that everything was ready for his capture at Dulles airport, in Virginia.
The objective of Emma Coronel was to reach an agreement with him United States Department of Justice to receive protection in exchange for telling what they know about the Sinaloa Cartel, directed by ‘El Chapo ‘Guzman, although in recent weeks it was revealed that she would not be giving the information that she proposed.
“Mrs. Coronel told us about her delivery plans several days before her arrival at Dulles airport. This was notified to the Department of Justice and the prosecutors to prepare what was necessary once she arrived in Washington ”, a federal agent told the Mexican newspaper.
Thus, on Monday February 22 Emma Coronel was arrested at Dulles International Airport, Virginia, for crimes related to his alleged involvement in international drug trafficking, but everything had an undertone with the government organization with which he had been communicating since 2017.
The next day, the wife of ‘El Chapo’ Guzman was presented before federal judge Robin Meriweather through a videoconference from Alexandria, Virginia, represented by attorneys Jeffrey Lichtman and Mariel Colón, who had integrated the defense of the Mexican drug trafficker during his trial in the Federal Court of the Eastern District in Brooklyn, New York in 2017.
The capture of the American by birth became international front pages; dozens of reporters from national and international television networks attended the audience online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Before Meriweather logged in, Emma Coronel’s lawyer requested the temporary detention of ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s wife and added that he would not offer to pay bail to release her, something that had previously agreed with the prosecutor of the case, Anthony Nardozzi, who was also a member of the prosecuting party of the Department of Justice in the trial of the former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel.
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