“11 de enero de 2012 insert of Kate Del Castillo’s letter in her twitter account:“Hoy creo mas en el Chapo Guzmán que en los gobiernos que me esconden verdades aunque sean dolorosas, quienes esconden la cura para el cáncer, el sida, etc. para su propio beneficio y riqueza.”
“Today I believe more in el Chapo Guzman than in the governments that hide from me truths even if they are painful, the ones hiding the cure of cancer, AIDS, etc. for their own benefit and richness.”
I don’t believe in el Chapo Guzman because I don’t know him. I know of him, but I don’t know him, but I do believe in anything in the world other than governments that hide that they have already discovered the cure for cancer, AIDS and many other life-threatening illnesses, just for their own benefit and enrichment. With the many times I have written about the matter, if somebody was going to come after me for expressing my opinion, I would be dead or on death row by now.
I have written many times that I am a firm believer that the cures for cancer and Aids have been found. While there is still no actual cure for Polio, thanks to Dr. Jonas Salk there is a way to prevent it.
Before Salk created the vaccine for Polio, America was forced to live in fear of that infectious viral disease that put Franklin Roosevelt in a wheelchair.
Getting back to Kate Del Castillo, and since I am always a firm believer of speaking whatever is in my mind, I think this young lady is a victim of a vendetta of higher levels of the Mexican government.
Many people also criticize Kate Del Castillo because she openly said that she doesn’t believe in marriage. For God’s sake, isn’t that the same thing that Jose Alberto “El Guero” Castro told Angelica Rivera (now the first lady of Mexico) during their many years together?
It amazes me that every angle of investigation is focused on Kate Del Castillo, but since the supposed crime was committed on Mexican soil, why don’t they investigate “Mr. Madonna,” Sean Penn? He conducted the interview. And what about the other two journalists/photographers, or whatever their roles were during the interview? Their names were not even mentioned during all the coverage by the mainstream media.
President Peña Nieto needs to concentrate more on all the corrupted members of his administration, such as several Governors, Mayors and other political servants that have allegedly helped and cooperated with Joaquin Guzman and other drug cartels.
Isn’t it presumed that the former governor of Coahuila, Humberto Moreira, arrested in Spain on money laundering and organized criminal activities and linked to the Zetas Cartel, also financed the campaign of current President Enrique Peña Nieto?
Authorities in Spain did what Mexican authorities have not been able to do: investigate and prosecute high-ranking politicians linked to drug cartels.
What is the Mexican government afraid of? That a movie with the story of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman will come out, and many names in their administration would be disclosed?
Could this be the reason a witch-hunt was created against Kate Del Castillo for the sole purpose of destroying the young woman mentally, physically, economically and professionally?
Prison personnel have given Joaquin Guzman a book about Don Quixote, so he can entertain himself, knowing that the man is not intellectually capable to read this type of book. This is nothing but a mockery.
If prison personnel in the United States do that to a Mexican national, we are going to hear for several months, two simple words — discrimination and racism.
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Perly Viasmensky is the General Manager of the Las Vegas Tribune. She writes a weekly column in this newspaper. To contact Perly Viasmensky, email her at pviasmensky@lasvegas tribune.com.