Bernarda Guzmán Loera is a family member. Bernarda Guzmán Loera is a sister of former Mexican drug lord Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, also known as El Chapo.
Bernarda Guzmán Loera’s date of birth and information about her birth is not available. Her parents were Emilio Guzmán Bustillos (father) and María Consuelo Loera Pérez (mother). Also, her paternal grandparents are Juan Guzman and Otilia Bustillos. Likewise, her maternal grandparents are Pomposa Perez Uriarte and Ovidio Loera Cobret. Her father was officially a rancher.
She has five brothers, namely Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, Miguel Ángel, Aureliano, Arturo and Emilio, and a sister named Armida. She also had three unnamed older brothers who reportedly died of natural causes when he was very young.
There is no information about Bernarda’s career. However, if we talk about his brother, Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, he is a drug dealer, former drug lord and a former leader within the Sinaloa Cartel. Sinaloa Cartel is an international crime syndicate. He is also one of the most powerful drug dealers in the world.
In the late 1970s, El Chapo began working with Héctor Luis Palma Salazar. So he helped Salazar map out routes to transport drugs through Sinaloa and into the United States. He later managed logistics for Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo. However, in 1988, after Gallardo’s arrest, he formed his own cartel.
Chapo oversaw operations that manufactured, smuggled, and distributed bulk cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and heroin to the United States and Europe, the world’s largest consumers. Chapo achieved this by pioneering the use of distribution cells and long-distance tunnels near borders. It allowed him to export more drugs to the US than any other drug trafficker in history.
In addition, his leadership of the cartel also brought immense wealth and power; Forbes ranked him as one of the most powerful people in the world between 2009 and 2013. And the Drug Enforcement Administration estimated that he matched Pablo Escobar’s influence and wealth.
Chapo was first caught in Guatemala in 1993. Then Chapo was deported and sentenced to 20 years in prison in Mexico for murder and drug trafficking. However, he bribed prison guards and escaped from a maximum-security federal prison in 2001.
Additionally, his status as a runaway resulted in a total bounty of $8.8 million from Mexico. And the US for information leading to his arrest, and he was arrested in Mexico in 2014. Back then, in 2015, he escaped to his prison cell through a tunnel dug by staff before formal sentencing.
In addition, Mexican authorities arrested him after a shooting in 2016 and extradited him to the United States a year later. Still, he was found guilty in 2019 on a series of criminal charges related to his running of the Sinaloa cartel. Therefore, he was sentenced to life imprisonment and imprisoned in ADX Florence, Colorado, USA.
Unfortunately, there is no information about Bernarda’s personal and private life. However talk El ChapoPersonal life, he married Alejandrina Maria Salazar Hernandez in 1977. They have three children together, César, Iván Archivaldo and Jesús Alfredo. Chapo was in love with Estela Peña from Nayarit. He then kidnapped her and had sexual relations. However, they later married.
He also married Griselda López Pérez in the mid-1980s. Together they had four other children, namely Édgar, Joaquín Jr., Ovidio and Griselda Guadalupe. He also married an 18-year-old American beauty queen, Emma Coronel Aispuro, in November 2007. They share twin girls namely Maria Joaquina and Emali Guadalupe.