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Here’s How the U.S. Coast Guard Helped Put El Chapo Away for Life

The sentencing Wednesday of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to life without parole in a U.S. prison proved supremely satisfying for the U.S. Coast Guard, whose drug interdiction operations provided a significant amount of evidence in the case.

Coast Guard officials said July 10 that the service’s counter-narcotics operations were highlighted by the prosecution during Guzman’s 11-week trial earlier this year, and several Coast Guardsmen served as witnesses.

“With the trial of this convicted leader of the Mexican Sinaloa cartel … you saw the impact of Coast Guard joint operations,” a senior Coast Guard law enforcement official said during a briefing with reporters.

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