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Saturday, 18 June 2011

“El Brad Pitt,” or Marco Guzman, a leader in the La Linea drug cartel has been apprehended by Mexican federal police


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Mexican Federal Police Mexican Dark T-Shirt by CafePress“El Brad Pitt,” or Marco Guzman, a leader in the La Linea drug cartel has been apprehended by Mexican federal police. Guzman’s capture is a coupe for officials in the on-going Mexican drug war. Where one does not know who to trust, the arrest of Guzman should be great news. He is one of several leaders in the La Linea drug cartel, many other members of the gang are affiliated with Mexico’s corrupt police.
Guzman takes the moniker after the famous American actor. “It’s a name given to the man by his associates. I guess they think he looks like him;” stated a spokeswoman for federal police.
Ironically, Guzman has black hair, dark eyes and a goatee. There is little physical resemblance to the famous Brad Pitt. It is common for members of the drug cartels to have an alias. From powerful symbols to the downright absurd. “El Winnie the Pooh’s,” name may not strike fear in the hearts of man, but his strength and gun loaded backing do.
Thousands have died in the border towns of Mexico this year. Acapulco, a famous city known for global tourism, has been bankrupt by violence. Tourists have been killed. Many migrants coming north from South America have been kidnapped, raped, decapitated and buried in mass graves.
A large cache of weapons showed that many of the automatic weapons used by the cartels were bought in the US. The war continues to take its toll on the innocents in the crossfire. With backing, protection and participation by some police; it is difficult to find safety between the warring gangs.
Guzman was arrested in the border city of Ciudad Juarez. Juarez controls much of the drug trafficking routes into the U.S. Guzman was arrested with two other alleged gang members. He is facing charges of multiple murders, kidnapping and attacks on police.


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