A leaked email obtained by cartelblog.com reportedly features fugitive drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman threatening to eliminate ISIS if they continue to destroy drug shipments to unspecified regions of the Middle East.
The encrypted email was addressed to ISIS head Abu Bakd Badhdadi, whom El Chapo gave a serious warning.
The three central cartels which move drugs across Mexico, as well as the rest of the world, are The Sinaloa Cartel, The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and Los Zetas.
The cartels have made it clear that ISIS just made a huge mistake by destroying their shipments.
It’s clear from the leaked emails that they are not only extremely mad, but are definitely willing to step up and take the organization out if they continue to mess with their business.
As drugs are not a part of the organizations ideology for a Muslim State, ISIS fighters have been destroying shipments of drugs from the cartels.
“My men will destroy you. The world is not yours to dictate. I pity the next son of a whore who tries to interfere with the business of the Sinaloa Cartel.
I will have their heart and tongue torn from them. You [ISIS] are not soldiers. You are nothing but lowly p *ssies.
Your god cannot save you from the true terror that my men will levy at you if you continue to impact my operation.”
A satirist told the Daily Mail online that a letter claiming that the world’s most powerful drug trafficker was threatening to kill the head of ISIS was a hoax.
A writer named Steve Charnock claims he made up the story, which was first reported by the website Cartel Blog.
The story was picked up by a number of national media outlets, including Fox News Latino.
“We just thought it would be funny,”
he told the Daily News Friday.
“But I guess we made some of the quotes just a little too real.”
Sinaloa Cartel is considered the world’s largest drug trafficking organization, with operations running throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia.
In the Middle East, the cartel has become a major provider of cocaine, ecstasy and other so-called party drugs to oil-rich princes and businessmen throughout the region.