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Mexican gangsters send anti-epidemic supplies to the President: It is better to abide by the law

There were reports of armed drug dealers distributing anti-epidemic materials on the streets a few days ago. On the 20th local time, the Mexican president warned the country’s gangs at a news conference that instead of distributing food to the public, it would be better to observe the law and stop violence.

A member of the Mexican drug cartel “Cartel” distributes relief supplies to the people. The carton is also printed with the label of her own company and the portrait of the infamous drug lord Guzman.

Mexican President Lopez said: “We see these criminal organizations distributing supplies, but this is not beneficial. The really beneficial approach is to stop bad practices.”

Due to the new Coronary Pneumonia epidemic, some Mexicans are in trouble. It was reported last week that members of the Mexican drug cartel “Cartel” distributed relief supplies to the people, including Alejandrina Giselle Guzman, daughter of Mexican drug lord Joaquin Guzman, and The cardboard boxes of these relief supplies were also printed with a label of her own company and a portrait of her father Guzman.

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador stands at attention at the National Palace in Mexico City, Sunday, April 5, 2020. López Obrador spoke to the nation about his economic recovery plan. Mexico’s government has broadened its shutdown of “non essential activities,” and prohibited gatherings of more than 50 people as a way to help slow down the spread of COVID-19. The one-month emergency measures will be in effect from March 30 to April 30. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

According to reports, on the 14th of this month, Alejandrina, accompanied by her staff, visited the impoverished areas of the metropolitan area of ​​Guadalajara, and delivered a “love gift box” to some local poor elderly people Toilet paper, corn starch, noodle soup with different flavors, seasonings, biscuits, oil, sugar, beans and rice.

Allegedly, in addition to the drug trafficking groups related to Guzman, other gang organizations also provide assistance to most poor residents in a similar manner.

At present, there are more than 8,000 cases of New Coronavirus infection in Mexico, and nearly 700 deaths.

Joaquin Guzman was nicknamed “El Chapo” because of his short stature. He was once the world’s most wanted criminal and Mexico’s most infamous drug lord. Last year, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in the United States.

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