Genaro Garcia Lunawho was the highest police chief in Mexico during the six-year term of former PAN president Felipe Calderón, has an appointment with the US justice next Monday in a Brooklyn, New York court after being accused of conspire in drug trafficking with the powerful Sinaloa Cartel.
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Although the case has captured the attention of public opinion as it deals with the highest-ranking Mexican official to be tried by US authorities, the legal process facing the former Secretary of Public Security in the United States has returned to revive the names of some leaders of the so-called Pacific Cartel who might testify against you.
It was the journalist Keegan Hamilton who released a document signed by the judge Brian Cogan where the last names of the possible witnesses of the trial of Genaro García Luna are exposed. Although the names were not revealed, everything indicates that among the people who will be called to testify on the witness stand will be Jesus Reynaldo Zambada Garciaalias The king and younger brother of the may zambada, Sergio Villarreal Barragan, aka The big one and Édgar Veytia, alias The devil and former prosecutor for the state of Nayarit.
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The former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel was sentenced to life imprisonment in July 2019 in US territory, where he has accused that he receives “cruel and unfair treatment”.
However, and according to information from Vice Newswithin the group of witnesses there is also the last name cifuenteswhich would belong to a peculiar Colombian drug trafficker who became not only a great partner of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán but also a faithful believer in the illuminati and extraterrestrial life.
With a family of drug traffickers who was at the service of the big Colombian cartels and born in the cradle of cocaine, Medellín, it was not difficult that Alex Cifuentes enter the business. At only 15 years old, he was already trafficking on his own, however, he established himself as a drug lord when he became in the right and left hand Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmanwith whom he even shared a residence in Sinaloa.
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It was Alex’s brothers, Jorge Milton, Dolly and Lucía Inés who from Colombia they connected with the Sinaloa Cartel to associate with said organization in cocaine trafficking from the Latin American country and, in this way, the drug trafficker met Joaquín Guzmán Loera.
By the mid-2000s, Alex Cifuentes worked as the deputy boss of “El Chapo” handling commercial and personal matters. However, the Colombian drug trafficker was not only key in the rise of the Sinaloa Cartel, but also in the decline of Joaquín Guzmán Loera to betray him and testify against him in the so-called trial of the century.
At 51, Alex Cifuentes took the stand to make some sensational accusations, such as that the former president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto asked Joaquín Guzmán Loera for a bribe of USD 250 million and accepted the counter offer of the co-founder of the Sinaloa Cartel for USD 100 million.
In addition, the testimony of the Colombian drug trafficker portrayed a little-known face of “El Chapo” where he assured that the capo paid to send underage girls to a hideout in the Sinaloa mountains where they were drugged with a powdered substance to later be sexually abused.
Despite his accusations, during the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, jurors and the public believed half of Alex Cifuentes’ testimony when they found out that the Colombian drug trafficker was interested in controversial topics such as the Illuminati, Freemasonry, distant galaxies, aliens, witchcraft and the idea that there would be an apocalypse in 2012.
With said precedent set in the trial of the co-founder of the Pacífico Cartel and with the possible participation of Alex Cifuentes as a witness in the case of Genaro García Luna, Judge Brian Cogan’s ruling determined that topics like the illuminati, aliens and cannibalism would be prohibited both for the defenders of the former Secretary of Public Security and for the accusing party, considering that they would generate confusion and distraction for the jury.