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Thursday, 20 January 2011

“El Chapo Guzman,” they were signed, referring to the Napoleon-sized man who is Mexico's best-known and arguably most powerful gangster.

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Top gangster may be extending reach - San Antonio Express-News: "Perhaps more sinister than the savagery used on the 15 men whose headless bodies were recently dumped on an Acapulco sidewalk was the signature on the placards accompanying them.

The Last Narco: Inside the Hunt for El Chapo, the World's Most Wanted Drug Lord“El Chapo Guzman,” they were signed, referring to the Napoleon-sized man who is Mexico's best-known and arguably most powerful gangster.

The handwritten notes warned that the men's brutal fate — the state coroner determined that they were still alive when their heads were removed with an ax — would be shared by any who “attempt to enter the territory.”

If the men were murdered on behalf of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, it means the drug lord, who is listed by Forbes as one of the richest men in the world and by the U.S. Justice Department as worth millions of dollars in rewards, is laying claim to the Pacific Coast resort.

That portends even more violent days ahead for an already bloodied city that's both a prime gateway for imported South American cocaine and a lucrative market for selling drugs to locals and visiting tourists."

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