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Chapo Guzman’ sons issue threats against the Mexican govt. after father’s capture

January 11, 2016  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Chapo Guzman’ sons issue threats against the Mexican govt. after father’s capture

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Just Hours after the capture of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman by Mexican Marines, his sons reportedly issued threats aginst the Mexican government on social media.

CNN is reporting that Twitter accounts, which are possibly linked to Alfredo Guzman and Ivan Archivaldo Guzman, posted messages, insulting and threatening the government of Mexico after the apprehension of their father on Friday.

Despite the fact that both accounts have not been verified, Mexican media are reporting them as authentic because of the hundreds of thousands of followers linked to both accounts.

According to CNN, the first threat was made from a Twitter account reportedly belonging to Ivan Archivaldo Guzman, responding to the announcement of his father’s arrest by Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.


“Mission accomplished: We have him. I would like to inform Mexicans that Joaquin Guzmán Loera has been detained,” Nieto wrote.

Guzman was sent back to the same Altiplano maximum security prison he had broke out using an elaborate underground tunnel in July.

Shortly after, a message posted on Ivan Archivaldo Guzman’s account read, “You don’t know what you’ve done or the mess you got yourselves into,” it reads, directing a message to the Mexican Marines, who conducted the operation that resulted in the arrests of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and Jorge Gastelum Avila, El Cholo, who is one of his lieutenants after a shootout that left five of Guzman’s henchmen in the city of Los Mochis, located in the Mexican state of Sinaloa.

“I can be a saint if you’re dealing honestly with me, but otherwise, I’m poison, and the Government will soon know about the Guzmans,” another Twitter user posted from the account of Alfredo Guzman.



Messages posted a short time later posts suggested that Iván Archivaldo would be in charge now that his father is gone. “As my dad says,” a message reads, “If I’m not around, Ivan Archivaldo Guzman will be there to be respected so as long as there’s life there hope, dudes.”

Both Alfredo Guzman and Ivan Archivaldo Guzman have showcased their lavish narco lifestyle on social media, often posting photos of cash, women, exotic animals and cars. In September, it was believed that one of the son’s shared a photo on Twitter that may have offered a clue of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s whereabouts after he escaped from federal prison.

Both sons are wanted by both U.S. and Mexican authorities. As for their father, the government of Mexico have begun extradition proceedings against the drug lord, where he is wanted on at least seven indictments in various U.S. jurisdictions.

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