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Drug Trafficker The Queen Of The South Why She Regained Her Freedom

Drug Trafficker The Queen Of The South Why She Regained Her Freedom
Drug Trafficker The Queen Of The South Why She Regained Her Freedom

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The real life "Queen of the South", the Guatemalan drug trafficker Marllory Chacón, regained her freedom after her sentence was cut after becoming an ally of the United States authorities.

As reported by the Honduran newspaper El Heraldo on his online site, Chacón, 47, was released on Wednesday, February 27, 2019, despite the fact that his conviction determined that he should remain in a prison until 2025.

Additional information on the criminal case that La Reina del Sur faced add that the reduction in the time of her sentence is due to the fact that through her cooperation the anti-drug authorities of the United States were able to dismantle several groups dedicated to drug trafficking in Colombia and Mexico..

Marllory Chacón, The Queen of the South
Marllory Chacón, The Queen of the South

"We are grateful that the court recognized the extraordinary amount and quality of Mrs. Chacón's cooperation and that she therefore readjusted her sentence," said William Barzee, a member of the drug trafficker's team of lawyers, in conversation with the investigative portal InSight Crime.

Despite bearing the nickname La Reina del Sur and being an important piece in the world of drug trafficking, the story of the popular Telemundo series that bears the same name is not based on the life story of Chacón.

Sandra Ávila Beltrán, the dreaded drug trafficker known as the "Queen of the Pacific", was the one who gave life to the iconic story starring Kate del Castillo and who in this 2019 will present the second season of the series that captivated millions of viewers in 2011.

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