The horrors of what the infamous cartel leader El Chapo has done continue to unfold. According to a recent story, it is said that El Chapo employed a doctor in order to keep people alive so he could torture them longer:
Recent judicial records about the Mexican narco, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán , detail one of his bloody confrontations that he lived when he was the great capo of the Sinaloa Cartel.
According to the story, on that occasion “El Chapo” called a doctor to revive a man who had been tortured by him and his gunmen, until he was unconscious.
The victim, identified as Israel Rincon Martinez, alias “El Guacho” , belonging to the cell of the Beltrán Leyva , was tied up and mistreated after he murdered the son of the Sinaloa Cartel operator , Manuel Fernández, alias “La Puerca” or “The Animal” .
The methods of torture against Ricón Martínez included cutting off his ear and removing his teeth.
The details of the torture were exposed by a collaborator of “El Chapo”, who stated that the doctor arrived shortly after the tortured man fell unconscious while tied to a chair and was interrogated at the request of Guzmán.
The reason for his call was that the capo intended to continue torturing Israel Rincon in various ways.
On October 1, 2010 , the body of an executed person was found by elements of the Attorney General of Sinaloa , in the city of Novalato, which one month later it was said belonged to Israel Rincon.
The man was 29 years old, and was originally from the state of Durango. One day, he murdered the eldest son of Manuel Fernández, alias “La Puerca”, by confusing him with a son of Joaquín Guzmán.
Shortly after that, Fernández Valencia received a call from ” El Chapo” , in which he expressed his support and solidarity for the loss, committing himself to finding those responsible .
Alfredo Guzmán, son of “El Chapo”, was the one who told Fernández that they already had Israel Rincon , allegedly responsible for the death of his “heir”.
Rincón was recorded in a video uploaded to YouTube, in which he acknowledged that he worked for Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, but it was when the narco-war detonated and the Sinaloa Cartel fractured, that he chose to work for the Beltrán Leyva brothers .
At the beginning of the year, Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán was convicted of a series of drug trafficking charges, and could face life imprisonment when his sentence is decided on July 17. (source, source)