“It’s been five years since Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán was arrested for the last time. He’s been in a US “supermax” prison since 2017, serving a life sentence after being found guilty of all 10 federal charges he faced. But according to official US data, security analysts, and some of his own lawyers, business has never been better for his cartel.” (Of course. The drug world didn’t decide to stop selling drugs. They just decided they’d had enough of El Chapo.)

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