Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman's extradition to the United States has been approved, the Mexican ministry of foreign relations revealed to reporters on Friday, and the alleged drug kingpin is one step closer to facing a LONG sentence in American prison.
According to CNN, U.S. officials — who have been planning for Guzman's extradition from Mexico to America for months — are likely planning on sending him to Brooklyn, New York, to face a federal trial on drug trafficking charges.
The Mexican kingpin was indicted in 2009 on charges of conspiring to import nearly 150,000 TONS of cocaine into the United States between 1990 and 2005, and it seems that's the allegation Guzman will first face in America.
The notorious outlaw is also facing charges in Arizona, California, Texas, Illinois, Florida, and New Hampshire.
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The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
"My deepest love goes out to those who saw jose as more than an athlete, but as a passionate, raw human being. The heart break is unbearable. There was so much more to him than anyone could even begin to understand. I'm fortunate enough to have loved and be loved by jose, and his family, for over 3 crazy beautiful years."
Miz Mendoza admitted she will always love the 24-year-old, and told her followers to never take moments with their loved ones for granted, adding: