Wives Of El Chapo’s Cartel Say They Regret The Lives Their Husbands Lived

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The “Flores wives” speak out against the cartel in Fox News interview

Wives of the newly released book, “Cartel Wives” speak out to denounce the former lifestyle in which their ex-husbands, who were twin brothers, allegedly made billions of dollars for the Sinaloa cartel — under the reign of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

The wives, who spoke exclusively to Fox News’ Catherine Herridge in full disguise, say they live in constant fear of retaliation by the cartel. The formerly kept women are now kept under witness protection as their husbands became federal informants for the US government in the highly publicized upcoming trial against Guzman for his alleged international drug crimes.

The trial is set to begin April of 2018.

The wives who have assumed the alias names of Mia and Olivia Flores, say they are deeply regretful for the lives that their ex-husbands led and they hope that by telling their stories it will help mend the devastation that the “cartel life” caused to communities and families.

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Book Trailer: “Cartel Wives” 

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“Cartel Wives” is the inside story of dangerous love,
risky decisions, and redemption.
It is Visceral account of how two strong and attractive
woman from inner-city Chicago formed an intimate
and romantically indelible triumph of the heart from the crude
foundation of cocaine, illicit opulence, and betrayal.
It is the epic drama of the true life story of the ingenious Flores Twins
and their courageous wives who discarded any possibility
of a normal life for the Twins Brothers who won their hearts.
It is the tale of four lives lured to the unbelievable saga
of their scheme to bring down the infamous El Chapo.
Behind every good man there is a woman, and here is their
inspiring true story.

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Book releases worldwide June 20 (2017)

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Did Former Miss Universe Have Love Child With Cartel Boss?

According to various Mexican news articles, Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe winner, had a love affair with Jose Gerardo “El Indio” Alvarez, a currently jailed capo who is believed to have fathered the beauty queen’s daughter.

According to Breitbart.com:

News about the love affair set off a scandal in Mexico in April 2010 when authorities captured Alvarez. At the time, multiple major news outlets in Mexico quoted court records, witness testimonies and sources within Mexico’s law enforcement to assert that Machado’s daughter was fathered by the fearsome capo.

Additional reports revealed that during the child’s baptism, the top leadership of the Beltran Leyva Cartel was in attendance–including the Beltran Leyva brothers and Edgar “La Barbie” Valdez Villarreal.

Machado has denied the allegations that she had a daughter with El Indio and has claimed that the father is a Mexican businessman by the name of Rafael Hernandez.

This year, Machado claimed that the Mexican government was going to release an official document clearing her name and legally proving that her daughter was not El Indio’s.

So far the Mexican government has not released the documents.

Machado was pulled into the U.S. presidential bid debacle when Hillary Clinton referenced Donald Trump’s comments about Machado’s weight gain in which he referred to her as “Miss Piggy.” 

Clinton pounced on Trump’s uncouth remarks in effort to paint him as a sexist who viciously attacks and degrades women.

Clinton said Machado, who was born in Venezuela has since become a U.S. citizen and is planning on voting for her in the November election.

Flirty Text Messages Between Actress And Drug Lord ‘El Chapo’ Revealed

 

Mexican actress Kate del Castillo caught the attention of the convicted drug lord after she sent a boozy, ill conceived tweet back in 2012.

In a tweet, she told Joaquín ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán:

‘Wouldn’t it be cool if you started trafficking with the good? Come on senor, you would be the hero of heroes. Let’s traffic with love.’

Her public admiration for Guzman caught his attention and one of his attorneys reached out to her to requesting a meeting.

A mutual admiration flourished when the drug lord offered del Castillo the rights to his life story.

But things became more intimate when the star was given a blackberry by Guzman’s people so he could ‘hear from her directly’.

At this point Guzman had escaped from the maximum security Altiplano prison, something del Castillo said she was ‘celebrating over’.

In September 2015, Guzman wrote that he would love for her to spend a day with him at a near by ranch and added:

‘Amiga, if you’ll bring the wine, I’ll also drink yours. . . . I’m not a drinker, but your presence will be a lovely thing and I very much want to get to know you and become very good friends. You are the best in this world. . . . I will take care of you more than I do my own eyes.’

In an in-depth interview with the actress with New Yorker, del Castillo revealed her reply:

‘It moves me so much that you say you’ll take care of me—nobody has ever taken care of me, thank you! And I’ll be free next weekend!’

He later wrote:

‘I’m not a drinker, but with you I’ll drink to the feeling of being together. Thanks so much for being such a fine person. How beautiful you are, amiga, in every way.’

The sensational meeting took place a month later deep in the Mexican jungle.

Guzman was captured as a result of his meeting with the sexy star and Hollywood actor Sean Penn. Penn, who tagged along to interview the famed drug lord for the now defunct Rolling Stones article, now says he regrets the interview.