Badiraguato is also the gateway to the so-called Golden Triangle, an area where the states of Sinaloa, Chihuahua and Durango meet and, more importantly for law enforcement, where marijuana and poppy production thrive. It’s the birthplace of drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, so perhaps it’s no surprise that the 3,700 people of this town in the mountains of the northern state of Sinaloa have kept their lips tight. this article was about how El Chapo is again incarcerated and how his birthplace is one of the most deadliest areas of Mexico. Mayor casts doubt on notion that cartel kingpins are robin hoods giving back to communities. My reaction to this article is that how does a person like this escape from jail multiple times and the government doesn’t do anything about it or doesn’t do certain procedures to make sure he does escape again. My opinion about this article is that the government should take certain procedures that make sure he doesn’t escape or start the drug cartel again.