Times have changed in the North American underworld. With El Chapo Guzmán out of the game and his old allies detained, hidden or diminished, the United States' justice now points to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, CJNG.
The government's anti-drug agency, the DEA, announced on Wednesday the capture of more than 200 alleged members of the organization on US soil over the last 24-hours. At the same time, the Justice Department has increased the amount of the reward it offers for information on the group's leader, Nemesio Oseguera, aka El Mencho. As . . .