Peso Pluma needs to move tactfully. He recently had to cancel a concert in Tijuana due to death threats from cartels.
El Chapo meanwhile isn't seeing the light of day for the rest of his life as he's been sentenced to life behind bars without the possibility of parole for his deadly reign as the drug kingpin of Mexico.
The family of Shanquella Robinson, the young woman who lost her life in Mexico, is outraged at the lack of murder charges.
Federal authorities have decided not to move forward to file charges in the death of Shanquella Robinson. A statement by the U.S. Attorney's office in North Carolina announced the decision on Wednesday, stating that there wasn't enough evidence. Sue Ann Robinson, who represents the victim's family, has said that civil action is still possible and that they are "disappointed but not deterred."
Two people who survived a harrowing kidnapping episode in Mexico are now sharing new details about their ordeal.
Mexican officials arrested a 14-year-old shooter in connection with eight murders in the Mexico City suburb of Chimalhuacan this past January.
The White House stated that it was closely monitoring the investigation by Mexican authorities into the homicide of Shanquella Robinson last October. The attorneys for her family sent a letter asking for more action on Monday, and included a letter from authorities issuing a warrant for the woman who was caught on video assaulting the 25-year-old.
The story behind the recent kidnapping is getting stranger. Officials received a letter stating a cartel has turned over the men responsible.
Two U.S. citizens are lucky to be alive. A group of Americans who were kidnapped in Matamoros, Mexico are back on home soil.
Chief Of Mexico's Version of The FBI, Garcia Luna, Was Convicted Of Drug Trafficking In Brooklyn Federal Court
El Chapo’s money was longer than we all thought. It is alleged he had Mexico’s top crime fighter, García Luna, on his payroll.