Via Borderland Beat
“What Al Capone was to beer and whiskey during Prohibition, Guzman is to narcotics,” said Art Bilek, the commission’s executive vice president. “Of the two, Guzman is by far the greater threat. … And he has more power and financial capability than Capone ever dreamed of.”
Guzman, who has been on the run since escaping from a Mexican prison in a laundry cart in 2001, is one of the world’s most dangerous and most wanted fugitives. He’s also one of the richest: Forbes magazine has estimated his fortune at $1 billion.
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The release of a minor, who confessed to participating in at least 10 homicides, divided opinions between the prosecutor and President of the State Commission of Human Rights (ECHR) , regarding the age of children to an attributable felony.
The State Attorney Arturo Nahle Garcia said, “really a boy can be even more dangerous because of his age,” so it is necessary to reevaluate the criminal age of a person.
Recognizing that the Justice for Adolescents in Zacatecas is similar to other states, it applies to the young age of 13, and after verifying that he is a minor, he was released to his home, even though he confessed to the crimes in which he participated.
The attorney said that “the child under 14 years can not be held for the committed because crimes are not punished until 16 years.” Smurf’s Ruthless Sicario is only 12 Years Old
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Can anybody ID this gun?