Who went with Sean Penn to interview El Chapo?

Who went with Sean Penn to interview El Chapo?

Actress Kate del Castillo
Actress Kate del Castillo is calling actor Sean Penn’s 2016 Rolling Stone article about El Chapo “full of s —” after she helped arrange his meeting with the Mexican drug cartel leader at great personal cost.

Is Sean Penn in El Chapo?

During Guzmán’s incarceration in Mexico’s maximum-security Altiplano prison in 2014-15, Del Castillo, with the two Argentinians, Fernando Sulichin and José Ibáñez, agreed to buy the film rights. After Guzmán escaped via a tunnel dug into the shower of his prison cell, Penn joined the project.

How much did El Chapo forfeit?

In July, US authorities sought a court order requiring Guzman to forfeit $12.7 billion made from his drug-running career after his conviction this year for racketeering and drug trafficking crimes.

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How did Sean Penn set up El Chapo?

Penn then proposed to do a magazine story on El Chapo, and the mutual friend put him in touch with del Castillo, who helped set up the meeting, which took place in early October 2015.

What did Sean Penn say about his interview with El Chapo?

Sean Penn urges for a change of focus. Photograph: Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images Sean Penn has spoken out for the first time about his infamous interview with drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, claiming he had “failed”.

Should Penn be called to testify against Guzman?

“Mr Penn should be called to testify to respond about the stupidities he has said.” Penn’s remarks, excerpted from a 60 Minutes interview set to air on Sunday, echo statements that Guzmán himself made in his Rolling Stone interview.

What did Pablo Guzmán say in his interview?

The interview took place in the middle of a manhunt to track down and capture the Sinaloa cartel leader. The printed piece contained many boasts from Guzmán about his empire. “I supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world,” he reportedly said.