SINALOA: Ovidio, Iván Archivaldo and Jesús Alfredo, sons of Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán; Apparently they did not care about the millionaire reward that the United States offers for them, and they even organized a celebration with gifts, music, and food in a town in Sinaloa.
According to information revealed on social networks, and confirmed by Proceso magazine; the celebration organized by the children of “El Chapo” took place in a rural area near Culiacán.
The party would have started last Friday, December 17, and ended until Saturday afternoon. In the gathering that some described as a “Christmas Party” in the name of the drug lord; the Latest model cars, refrigerators and giant television screens, toys, speakers, bicycles, and all kinds of belongings were raffled off.
All the gifts also had the initials “JGL”, corresponding to the name of “El Chapo.”
Videos Of The “Chapo” Posada
In social networks, the journalist Fanny Martínez shared a video in which you can see the musical show that enlivened the “posada” organized by Ovidio, Iván Archivaldo and Jesús Alfredo.
Next to the stage, the cars that were raffled are also seen.
According to Proceso, the government of Sinaloa became aware of this party that would have the objective of maintaining the allies and social base of the cartel.
At the Christmas party, new vehicles with large bows could be seen that were raffled off among the attendees, as well as electrical appliances.
This is not the first time that the ‘Chapitos’ organize a narcoposada, because according to videos it is the third time in a row that Guzmán Loera’s children have celebrated in a big way in Culiacán, the cartel’s stronghold.
For its part, the SSP denied the alleged drug trafficking in Culiacán, stating that this event was from 2020 and not recent.
“We do not have information about any posada that Mr. Guzmán’s children have made, ” he declared.
The United States Offers $ 5 Million For The Children Of El Chapo
Last Wednesday, Joe Biden signed an executive order that included Ovidio Guzmán López, Iván Archivaldo Guzmán Salazar, Jesús Alfredo Guzmán Salazar and Joaquín Guzmán López. For each one, 5 million dollars are offered , whether information leading to their whereabouts or arrest is offered.
It is a measure by President Joe Biden, who signed two new Executive Orders (EO) declaring a national emergency to deal with drugs and another formally establishing the United States Council on Transnational Organized Crime (USCTOC).
All four are high-ranking members of the Sinaloa Cartel and each is subject to a federal indictment for their involvement in illicit drug trafficking.
After the fall of Chapo Guzmán, the Chapitos took control of the fraction in the criminal group and have unleashed a violent wave due to the dispute over various places for the transfer of narcotics from Mexico to the United States.