School supplies given to Culiacan children from Sinaloa Cartel

Latin America World

 Steve C Borderland Beat Milenio

Culiacán, Sinaloa-  This weekend, school supplies were given to
poor children with the initials of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, El Chapo, former
leader of the Sinaloa cartel currently imprisoned in the United States .

These types of acts are not new
in the area; on some other occasions, the residents have received cakes in city
hospitals, pantries and 200 peso bills. In Jalisco, they gave away balls and
sweets from ‘El Chapo’ to celebrate Children’s Day. Those who provide the
support seek to help people with limited resources, under the orders of the
capo’s children or Los Chapitos, but always trying to keep present the figure
of El Chapo, who is currently in prison.

The supplies packages were
distributed in the most vulnerable areas of Culiacán, such as Las Coloradas and
Bicentenario. The children received notebooks, pencils, pens, erasers,
scissors, and puzzles.