Ted Cruz Explains How He’s Going To Make El Chapo Pay For The Border Wall
He says Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will not 'even spend El Chapo's money to build the wall.'
Ted Cruz says billions in assets tied to 'El Chapo' should fund the border wall
Sen. Ted Cruz said Tuesday that billions of dollars in assets connected to convicted drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán should be used to build a border wall with Mexico. His idea has previously been criticized as impractical.
Ted Cruz Perfectly Explains Why We Need 'EL CHAPO Act' to Fund the Wall...
El Chapo Assets Could Fund Border Wall
A U.S. Senator is reintroducing legislation that would take 14-billion-dollars in asset seizures from El Chapo and use them for border wall funding.
WATCH: Ted Cruz explains how to pay for the Wall in new video…
Ted Cruz posted a new video of himself explaining how to pay for the wall without taxpayer money. You may have heard of the idea before – he calls it the El Chapo act. Watch: Cruz makes a pre…
Prosecutors: Drug Lord 'El Chapo' Should Get Life in Prison
U.S. prosecutors want the convicted Mexican drug lord known as 'El Chapo' to spend his life in prison. The federal government said in papers filed Wednesday the court should sentence Joaquin Guzman to...
Capo no more, Mexican drug lord 'El Chapo' set to learn sentence
Former drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, pictured in January 2016 following his recapture, faces sentencing for flooding the United States with tons of cocaine, marijuana and other drugs over a quarter century (ALFREDO ESTRELLA) Mexico City (AFP) – As a child living in poverty in Mexico, he peddled fruit just to eat. A lifetime...Read More
What do we know about drug lord El Chapo's purported billions?
As he trades a life of luxury for life behind bars, the US Government has come to collect from El Chapo. But can he actually afford to pay the $18 billion requested by prosecutors?
Notorious Drug Lord El Chapo Found Guilty On All 10 Counts
Brooklyn, NY – Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman — the notorious Mexican drug kingpin — has been found guilty on 10 felony charges following a three-month trial. He’s expected to spend the rest of his life behind bars at a high security U.S. prison. According to ABC News, El Chapo was convicted by an anonymous Brooklyn …
Prosecutors: Drug lord ‘El Chapo’ should get life in prison
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. prosecutors want the convicted Mexican drug lord known as “El Chapo” to spend his life in prison. The federal government...
Prosecutors: Drug Lord El Chapo Should Get Life in Prison
He was convicted in February of murder conspiracy and drug trafficking
Mexican Drug Lord ‘El Chapo’ Faces Life in Prison After Conviction on All 10 Charges at New York...
Drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera, who once headed a criminal enterprise that spanned continents and triggered waves of bloodshed throughout his native Mexico, was found guilty Tuesday of all 10 federal criminal counts against him. The vast Brooklyn, New York, courtroom fell silent as the verdict was read. Jurors did not look at the defendant, who pocketed nearly $14 billion as the decadeslong head of the murderous Sinaloa cartel.
Ted Cruz says we must build wall to protect Texas-Mexico border
Texas senator Ted Cruz stood behind President Donald Trump Wednesday, claiming we must build a wall to protect the Texas-Mexico border. Cruz said once the wall was built in El Paso in 1993 illegal traffic dropped 72 percent over one year and 95 percent over 22 years. He claimed traffic at the border dropped after walls were built in San Diego, Yuma and Tucson. Cruz has proposed two pieces of legislation -- EL CHAPO Act and the WALL act -- to secure the…
The trial is a telenovela-style explainer on why a wall is unlikely to stop the lucrative U.S.-Mexico drug trade.
What Happened at the El Chapo Trial?
Watch our El Chapo-trial correspondent explain what happened at the Brooklyn Courthouse where the drug kingpin was found guilty on all counts
No love for 'El Chapo' — judge rules against drug lord's request to hug wife
A federal judge has rejected Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's request for a hug from his beauty queen wife.
The Dirty Secret of El Chapo’s Downfall
As the Mexican cartel leader’s trial draws to an end, one thing is clear: drug kingpins reign as long as they make their partners money. When they stop, they end up in jail.
How 2 brothers from Chicago helped convict drug lord ‘El Chapo’
WGN Investigates CHICAGO — On Tuesday, a jury found drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman guilty on all counts, and two brothers from Chicago helped make the conviction possible. Pedro and Margarito Flores turned on the Mexican drug kingpin on the watch of Jack Riley who once headed the Drug Enforcement Administration in Chicago. Riley once had a bounty on his head placed there by the drug lord himself.
Mi hermano, El Chapo: How a lawyer from Baltimore came to defend the world’s most notorious drug...
Facing life in prison and with his men turned government witnesses, alleged cartel king "El Chapo" has few allies. One is a lawyer from Mulberry Street in Baltimore.
El Chapo guilty: How the drug lord's vast narco empire trial captivated US