El Chapo Nabbed By Cell Phone Traffic, Creates Journalistic QuestionsMark Melin
With all the electronic evasive tactics in the world – encryption, mirroring through Blackphones, anonymous email addresses and unsent messages accessed through the drafts folder in an email and much more – U.S. authorities were able to track down escaped Mexican drug lord Joaquin Archivaldo Guzman Loera, better known as El Chapo. In the end, what did the two-time prison escapee in was his vanity and an interview with the “journalist” Sean Penn. But it is the practice of providing El Chappo final article approval that is . . .
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