Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman had once killed the brother of an Allied cartel leader because he did not shake his hand – a hit triggered a grassroots war between the companies Sinaloa and Juarez, which was testified in Brooklyn court Monday.
The dragon lover and boss of the world's largest cartel did not feel respected after his meeting with Rodolfo Carrillo Fuentes, whose brother Vicente Carrillo Fuentes led the Juarez cartel, said the Sinaloa turnaround under Jesus "El Rey" Zambada
" When 19459006 passed, Chapo shook his hand and said, "See you later, friend," and Rodolfo simply left him standing there with outstretched hand, "Zambada told the jury. Zambada
I witnessed Guzman's drug abuse drug abuse since last week.
He recalls how his brother and Guzman's alleged right-handed, Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, told him after the engraving, "Mi Compa Chapo is very upset." He said Chapo sa He would Killing him for not being able to take Rodolfo with them. "
Fuentes was assassinated this year on Guzman's orders, causing the cartels of Juarez and Sinaloa, which until then had formed an alliance, to fall to Zambada
Vicente had Guzman's brother, Arturo Guzman Loera, killed in retaliation at the end of 2004, leading to a total lawn war between the two Mexican cartels.
Meanwhile, Jesus Zambada also said he had been ordered to pay $ 250,000 to pay bribes to the Mexican military who wanted to capture Guzman during his time between 2001
A military lieutenant colonel demanded "$ 250,000, and if we will not do that, then & # 39; he will be captured, "Jesus Zambada remembered his brother.
The money was paid and" the operation was broken off, "he added.
As a thank you, Guzman invited Jesus Zambada and his wife for breakfast in his sprawling hiding place in the pines o In the remote Sinaloa mountains, the witness said.
Guzman boasted of his obsession with rifles – including his bazooka, AK-47s and his favorite, a burned .38 caliber with his initials, Zambada said. 19659002] "There were diamonds on the handle," he said.