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Emma Coronel Death Threats

Emma Coronel Death Threats
Emma Coronel Death Threats

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Video: I Woke Up To Death Threats 2023, January

The news of the spectacular - and unsuccessful - capture of Ovidio Guzmán López, a son of Chapo Guzmán, which took place last Thursday in Sinaloa, has gone around the world.

And apparently the event that occurred in Culiacán has not only spread terror among the residents of that Mexican Pacific city, but has also touched Emma Coronel Aispuro, the wife of the capo currently imprisoned in a maximum security prison in Colorado.

According to sources in Mexico, the former beauty queen seized her Instagram account to share a message she received from a man named Alfredo Trejo with an alleged death threat.

In one of the shared messages the subject said: “I wish they had killed him like the fucking dog that he is and all the pi *** is narcos from Mexico. Fuck you and your whole family will be dead. I take care of that. They are a damn shit from Mexico. You and everyone like you”.

Coronel shared the message - which included a very famous portrait of Ovidio Guzmán López - in the form of a screenshot and he placed an emoji with his thumb up saying "I don't take his threats at stake." The post was later deleted but can still be seen on the InfoBae page, which reported the news.

Ovidio Guzmán López
Ovidio Guzmán López

Guzmán López - better known as “El Ratón” and the fruit of El Chapo's second marriage, as reported by VICE - was captured during an operation carried out by 35 elite Mexican soldiers who took the town by surprise, obeying an extradition order from the government. Hours later, these forces had to liberate Guzmán when they were besieged by dozens of hitmen in the service of the Sinaloa cartel, which supposedly commands the Chapo family.

Eight people died in the operation, 21 more were injured and 50 inmates escaped from a local prison. Over the following weekend, they located more bodies, placing the victims final balance at a total of 14.

According to NBC, El Ratón was accused by an Illinois federal court of distributing cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana that were smuggled from Mexico and other countries into the United States. The drug trafficker remains at large.

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