- Mar·tín Luis [mahr-teen-lwees] /mɑrˈtin lwis/, 1887–1976, Mexican novelist, journalist, and soldier.
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Bilek argues that by supplying the gangs with drugs, Guzman is fueling their conflicts.
There is no Capone, no Guzman or any other kind of leader for law enforcement to target.
Guzman may actually be, as Bilek of the crime commission says, “the deadliest, most powerful, and ruthless criminal in history.”
But Bilek acknowledges that the Chicago police have not yet directly tied Guzman to any particular killings in that city.
The commission noted that Guzman is under federal indictment for running up to 2,000 kilograms of cocaine through Chicago.
"Guzman is now with the king," said Uzeda, turning into the chamber.Calderon The Courtier
It was agreed that Captain Guzman should await his return to the pier.
Captain Guzman shrugged his shoulders and smoked in silence.
He turned to Captain Guzman, who was silently smoking a cigarette.
Miss Starland went next, then her brother, and then Captain Guzman.