Despite not being together now, for Emma Coronel her husband Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera is her eternal love and he declares it to her in an emotional letter
Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera, published an emotional letter on her social networks a few hours after the conclusion of the drug trafficking trial against her husband, in which she declared her eternal love for the alleged cartel boss from Sinaloa: "he will always count on me."
Coronel denounces that the image they presented of El Chapo has nothing to do with the man he has known for years. Chapo’s wife expresses her eternal love for being her man and father to her daughters.
"I am talking about years of living with him. They cannot sell me another version of Joaquín and although we have not had contact for a long time, my husband knows how much I love him and he always counted, counts and will count on me," he said in his account. Instagram.
Colonel Aispuro, who has seven-year-old twins with El Chapo, attended the trial in New York against her husband, in which other women with whom he was linked were mentioned and during the process listened to the messages of love that he sent to his lovers.
"Above our relationship and love, there was always our great friendship, which always strengthens our love because I know it is mutual," said the woman.
"Everything that was said about Joaquín, good and bad, for me does not change in any way the way I think of him since I have years of knowing him, of sharing, and those years make it more than clear to me who he is , and nobody changes that, "he said in the letter published on his recently opened Instagram account.
Coronel also thanks the lawyers, his family and friends for the support he received during the three months of the trial in a federal court in New York, and his girls "for their understanding of mother for being absent these months."
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The trial against Guzmán Loera for ten charges related to drug trafficking concluded this Thursday with the presentation of the defense arguments, after the Prosecutor’s Office did it, and next Monday it will go to the jury, which will have to say if he is guilty or not. not for the crimes he is charged with, for which he faces life imprisonment.
He also indicated in his public letter that with the conclusion of the trial his long days in court end, "where there was everything: good days and bad days", where his "name was mentioned several times and questioned".
"Of that I can only say that I have nothing to be ashamed of. I am not perfect, but I consider myself a good human being that I have never intentionally hurt anyone. Thank you for the respect shown," he adds.
The name of Coronel Aispuro, a US national, came to light several times, including when Dámaso López Núñez, one of Guzmán Loera’s main lieutenants in the Sinaloa cartel, incriminated him in Chapo’s escape from the Altiplano prison in 2015, acting as a messenger with her husband’s children.
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I don’t want this day to end without thanking Joaquín’s legal team for their excellent work during all these strong months. On behalf of the family, thank you always. Jeffrey Lichtman Eduardo Balarezo William Purpura Mariel Colon Paul Townsend Michael Lambert Samantha and Makenzie Today concluded the closing of the US v. Joaquin. I have many mixed feelings difficult to express. I am also grateful to the people who, without knowing us, showed us their support. Those details are the ones that are never forgotten. I know that not all of us think alike. Each person thinks differently and I respect everyone. That does not mean that I agree with them. Everything that was talked about in the trial about Joaquín, good and bad, for me does not change in any way the way I think about him since I have known and shared with him for years and those years make the person more than clear to me What is he and that nobody changes my mind. Excellent father, friend, brother, son, partner. I’m talking about years of living with him. They cannot sell me another version of Joaquín and although we have not had contact for a long time, my husband knows how much I love him and he always told, tells and will count on me. Above our relationship and love was always our great friendship, which always strengthens our love because I know it is mutual. How can I not thank my family these months for their great understanding. To my mother, without your support with my daughters I would not have been able to be far from home. My sister, who is there for me 24/7 rain or shine, who loves my daughters as if they were hers. To my daughters for their understanding of my mother for being absent these months. To many friends who have given me their support as well. Today end for me those long days in court where there was everything; good days and bad days where my name was also mentioned several times and exposed in doubt. Of that I can only say that I have nothing to be ashamed of. I am not perfect, but I consider myself a good human being that I have never intentionally hurt anyone. Thanks for the respect shown. -Emma Colonel
Next Monday and after hearing the instructions of Judge Brian Cogan, the jury of seven women and five men will begin to deliberate based on the evidence presented throughout the media trial, in which 56 witnesses were heard, including 14 who were partners or employees of Guzmán Loera.