joaquin guzman

The Brooklyn federal court has taken steps to protect witnesses' identities. Some worked directly for Guzman's Sinaloa cartel.
The pool of prospective panelists for the trial of accused Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman is shrinking as anxieties surface.
The cartel leader can still appeal, possibly delaying his removal for weeks or months.
The notorious drug lord was recently moved to a prison near the American border.
Officials say it could bring the cartel leader closer to extradition to the U.S.
He allegedly has ties to an international money-laundering network that spans Mexico, Colombia, Panama and the United States.
The drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán bankrolled the election of senior Mexico politicians and twice secretly entered the
A balmy southern California afternoon, tourists and locals mingling in the coffee shop, and at first glance there was little
Joaquín Guzmán’s attorney says he fears for his client’s life.
Apparently, escaping from jail in Mexico won't add to your jail time.
A lawyer for "El Mochomo" denies he took a plea deal to act as a government witness.