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Escaped ‘El Chapo’ blamed for drugs, assault on U.S. streets

(CNN)Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman might be distant from a streets of Chicago, though he has run them for a prolonged time.

As many as 80% of a bootleg narcotics in America’s third-largest city come from Guzman’s Sinaloa cartel, pronounced Art Bilek, a late Chicago investigator who spent 60 years in law enforcement.

“Guzman is a reason you’ve got kids fighting over usually one corner, and sharpened any other,” he said.

Much of a gun assault in a city can be traced to drugs that come from Sinaloa, a segment of Mexico where “El Chapo” was innate to a bad farming family and rose to lead a tellurian network of smugglers, dealers, assassins, hurtful politicians and paid-off police.

“Guzman has harm everybody — a users in a city and a suburbs, a trusting bystanders, a kids who get wrapped adult in gangs,” pronounced Bilek, who ran a nonprofit Chicago Crime Commission, one of nation’s oldest county anti-crime organizations.

Sinaloa’s Chicago-based loyalists, led by individualist twin brothers who were Guzman’s best traffickers, helped a conglomeration make billions of dollars by pumping mixed tons of their product — heroin, methamphetamine, heroin and pot — into a city.