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Mexican cartels reach Central America
Central America has become the outlet of Mexican organized crime for drug trafficking, money laundering, and human trafficking
Mexico sold Zhenli Ye Gon's mansion for MXN $102 million
In 2007, Mexican officers caught Zhenli Ye Gon hiding USD $207 million in the master bedroom
Sinaloa Cartel intensifies its presence in Colombia
The Sinaloa Cartel, a drug trafficking criminal group from Mexico, has threatened to slaughter indigenous communities in Colombia over territorial control
Mafia Wars, the attack in Artz Pedregal
The lines of investigation involve two hypotheses: the fight between criminal groups of Israel, and the involvement of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel
Alleged Israeli criminals murdered in Artz Pedregal, an exclusive shopping center in Mexico
A complete timeline of the shooting at Artz Pedregal, an exclusive shopping center in Mexico City
Mexico proposes binational commission to the U.S. over El Chapo’s fortune
Since most of the cartels and their assets are in the U.S. and not in Mexico, a commission of these sorts would be of great use for locating El Chapo’s fortune
Mexico will auction jewelry and watches formerly owned by drug lords
The 148 jewelry lots have an initial price of MXN $21.8 million
Mexico needs to rethink its seize and auction processes
The government has created a catalog that shows jewelry, airplanes, ships, and properties
Mexico to auction diamonds, rubies, and emeralds
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'El Chapo' is sentenced to life in prison
Judge Brian Cogan imposed the sentence of life plus 30 years