Blankets from Los Chapitos appear against the manufacture and sale of fentanyl in Sinaloa

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In various parts of the state, blankets were hung in the name of the children of Joaquín Guzmán Loeraseparating itself from the fentanyl business, and prohibiting the manufacture and sale of this type of drug in Sinaloa.

The blankets appeared in the main cities and roads of the state, and have been reported in the municipalities of Ahome, Salvador AlvaradoAngostura, CuliacanRosario and Mazatlanhanging from bridges, billboards, on walls and even in some establishments.

In these banners, the media is blamed for misinforming about the fentanyland the governments, not to prosecute the culprits of what they call an epidemic, launching a ban on selling, manufacturing, transporting or any type of business related to said opioid, including the sale of chemical products for its production, issuing a warning for those who do not comply with their instructions.

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Due to the incessant misinformation of some media and the obvious omission of the government in not investigating and prosecuting the true culprits of this epidemic. In Sinaloa, the sale, manufacture, transportation or any type of business that involves the substance known as fentanyl is strictly prohibited, including the sale of chemicals for its production. We have never been nor will we be related to this business. Stick to the consequences. Att: Chapitos”, the blankets say verbatim.

Just in May of this year, in a letter to the media, “Los Chapitos"They also tried to distance themselves from the manufacture and sale of fentanyl, accusing that independent groups used their names to operate with impunity and obtain international recognition, claiming not to be interested in activities related to fentanyl." fentanyl.

A month before the letter, the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States Department of the Treasury blamed “Los Chapitos” of a significant part of the illicit trafficking of fentanyl and other lethal drugs to the United States, who would have assumed his father's legacy.

For this reason, US authorities offer a reward of up to $10 million for information that leads to the arrest and/or conviction of Ivan Archivaldo and Jesús Alfredo Guzmán Salazar, and 5 million dollars for Joaquín Guzmán López. The reward program also included Ovidio Guzmán López, who was arrested in Culiacán, Sinaloa, and extradited to the United States.

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