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Diego Enrique Osorno

How are your everyday relations with other people? Slim suffered a massive haemorrhage on the operating table at Texas Heart Institute during surgery to replace a faulty heart valve, which required doctors to infuse 31 bags of blood. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Did you go to a private school? His work has been published in newspapers and magazines in Mexico as well as other countries.

When did you first become aware that you were the child of a drug lord? I remember that one time we went to pick up a camera, we were getting the lens repaired or something, and the person in the store treated him with such respect, not as you would treat someone you know, but with the mutual esteem displayed by two people who greatly respect each other.

The day my older brother got married. Do you remember some of his phrases? But there are people who are attracted by it, they come closer, take pictures with their cell-phones.


Osorno eventually gained access to him for seven hours over three separate meetings. One would have to ask people who are better informed.

osoeno You can better judge who will accept you, evaluate the person, the family, and gauge how far you can go with them. Unfortunately we have been exposed to so much violence and the situation seems to get worse and worse.

I saw that the people from the media were swarming him. What is your most important image of him?

The Zetas are more expansive than previous Mexican gangs though it is worth pointing out that Sinaloa has also grown far more prone to aggressive thrusts into new territory. My mom taught us many values and so did my dad. If someone wants to throw dirt at him, they will say that he has been seen with people related to imprisoned criminals.

El Cartel de Sinaloa by Diego Osorno (2010, Paperback)

How much of a solution would the regulation this one drug represent? It has its advantages and its disadvantages. The relationships I value are those that I have made without people knowing who I am.

They both represent something different. No, not at all. I had a good relation with all the family and spent time with her parents. That is the most disturbing thing: What do you think of the culture in Sinaloa revolving around drugs? About the family or things that happen outside.


What do you talk about when you visit him in jail? Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Sometimes they questioned me: Patience was key, said Osorno. It would not be sensible to give a definitive opinion. So you try to find the simplest one, with a drawing or something corresponding to the occasion.

We once spoke of the social gatherings in Sinaloa in which you cagtel marginalized, even though the others attending were children of people who benefitted from your dad.

El Cártel de Sinaloa: una historia del uso político del narco – Diego Enrique Osorno – Google Books

And what are the Zetas? Everyone treated him so well, and he always corresponded; always very polite, he had a way with people. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from El cartel de Sina If they began by regulating marihuana then you could look at some data. He was——he still is——a very austere man; we never saw him wearing jewelry or being ostentatious.

Other drugs are more dkego What does your dad represent? If I tell them: