U.S. Prosecutors Have Spicy Evidence Against El Chapo

As the trial against El Chapo gets closer, prosecutors this week filed a 90-page memo detailing a 1992 shootout in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, that resulted in six people dead. The memo, says The New York Times, was designed “to list the crimes that Mr. Guzmán was believed to have committed, but were not specifically laid out in his indictment.”

The list includes all kinds of horrors: Murders, acts of torture, kidnappings, prison breaks and… “an attempt to smuggle seven tons of cocaine in cans of jalapeños.”

Via: The failing New York Times

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