Mexican and U.S. authorities involved in the investigation offered new details about how they arrested the world’s most-wanted drug lord, putting together a jigsaw puzzle that was 13 years in the making. Meanwhile, his supporters have taken to the streets in protest.
Feb. 26, 2014 A protester holds a leaflet during a march in Culiacan, Mexico. More than a thousand people marched through the streets of the capital of captured drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman's home state in northwest Mexico on Wednesday, calling for his freedom. The leaflet reads, “Family, friends and the people demand the respect of Joaquin Guzman’s human rights and that he has a fair and transparent trial with all the rights that the law covers. We demand no extradition because as with every Mexican, he has the right to be judged in his country.” Daniel Becerril/Reuters Buy Photo