“El Chapo” Guzmán’s mom dies at 94 | EUROtoday

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It was publicly captured in March 2020 throughout a quick assembly with the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

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Consuelo Loera Pérez, mom of “El Chapo” Guzmán.AP

Mara Consuelo Loeramom of the Mexican drug trafficker Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán, has died on the age of 94, in line with native media experiences. The lady, additionally the grandmother of the drug traffickers generally known as the ‘Chapitos’, present leaders of the Sinaloa Cartelwould have died in a personal clinic within the northern Mexican state of Sinaloa, as he suffered after-effects after falling in poor health with covid-19 in 2021.

Originally from Badiraguato, Sinaloa, Loera was publicly captured in March 2020 throughout a quick assembly with the president of Mexico, Andrs Manuel López Obradorwhen the president went to the realm to oversee the development of the Badiraguato – Guadalupe and Calvo freeway.

On that go to, on March 29, 2020, regardless of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Mexican president obtained out of his truck to greet Loera, who requested him for assist to go to his son, imprisoned within the United States. “I salute you, don’t get off, don’t get off, I already received your letter,” the president informed Chapo’s mom in stated assembly.

The president was referring to a letter that Loera despatched him, through which he requested for assist in order that his authorities intervened earlier than the United States in order that she may go to her son within the ADX Florence most safety jail, within the United States. the place he has been held since 2019, serving a life sentence. López Obrador’s greeting to ‘El Chapo”s mom earned him a sequence of criticisms.

However, the president not solely defended the assembly but additionally sought to assist her in arranging for a humanitarian visa in order that she and her daughters may go go to the drug trafficker within the United States.

Currently, Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán and his son and Consuelo’s grandson, Ovidio Guzmán, are imprisoned within the United States, going through accusations associated to drug trafficking.