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El Chapo’s Sons Fed Enemies To Tigers & Used Chiles For Torture



El Chapo's Sons Reportedly Fed Enemies To Tigers & Used Chiles For Torture

El Chapo’s Sons Reportedly Fed Enemies To Tigers & Used Chiles For Torture

Drug-trafficking has provided cash for Los Chapitos, as the sons of notorious Mexican Cartel leader Joaquín ElChapo Guzmán call themselves. But murder, mayhem and torture have kept them in power. And those who dare cross them are sometimes fed, “dead or alive,” to tigers, according to the DOJ.

A recently released indictment accuses 28 Sinaloa Cartel members and leaders — including four of El Chapo’s sons: Iván and Alfredo Guzmán Salazar and Joaquín and Ovidio Guzmán López (nicknamed Raton, which translates to mouse or hangover) — of running “the largest, most violent and most prolific fentanyl trafficking operation in the world.”

It also reveals that the siblings’ and their henchmen’s sadistic violence knew no bounds, as is well known to cartel insiders and experts. “They are the bosses and the violence they commit is terrible,” one source told The Post. “It seems like there is nothing that can be done to stop it.”


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According to the indictment, the Navolato, Sinaloa, ranch owned by Iván, 39, was where rival traffickers, uncooperative law enforcers and unfaithful cartel members were taken for interrogations that turned into the stuff of horror movies.

Torture sessions included waterboarding and electrical shock, carried out by the Sinaloa Cartel’s “ninis,” a “particularly violent group of sicarios,” or hitmen, trained in “urban warfare … and sniper proficiency,” the indictment says.

Once victims spilled the wanted info, however, they became useless and were disposed of. The lucky ones got shot and died quickly. The less fortunate were, according to the indictment, fed to tigers that Iván and Alfredo, 36, kept as pets.

One of the ninis, as cited in the indictment, used a corkscrew to rip out a Mexican federal law enforcement officer’s muscle, then “poured hot chiles in his open wounds and nose.” After that, Ivan is said to have shot the officer dead.

Exactly how violent their army can get became evident when Ovidio — who is currently incarcerated in Mexico and fighting extradition to the US — was arrested in January, leading to 29 deaths. Cartel members blocked streets, set fire to vehicles and reportedly even fired shots at the local airport.

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