Notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman was reportedly been served Cornish game hen and peanut butter cake for his third Christmas dinner in prison.
The deadly Sinaloa Cartel's former leader is currently serving a life sentence at US maximum-security prison, ADX Florence, Colorado.
Since he was locked up in July 2019, the world's most powerful drug trafficker has spent three Christmas seasons behind bars, where he has been treated to plush dinners and activities that included a talent show.
This year the 64-year-old was served Cornish game hen and peanut butter cake for Christmas dinner before taking part in festive activities such as drawing, painting, and a musical talent contest, according to Infobae.
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El Chapo was convicted of trafficking tonnes of drugs from Central America to Mexico, the US, and Canada for over 30 years using boats, planes, road vehicles, trains, submarines, and tunnels.
Witnesses accused him of bribing officials in Mexico's police, military, and politics, including an alleged USD 100 million payment to former President Enrique Pena Nieto.
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After the fall of El Chapo, his four sons allegedly took over the cartel and they are either under indictment or investigation by US federal agents.
Earlier this month, El Chapo's son Ovidio Guzman Lopez was accused of ordering the killing of a famous singer after they refused to perform at his wedding.
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The United States Department of State (DoS) claimed the 31-year-ordered the hit after a famous Mexican singer, who has yet to be named, for turning down the opportunity to perform on his special day.
It has not been revealed whether or not the killing was actually carried out.
According to widespread reports, famous singers and actors have often participated in events organised by drug traffickers.
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