Lasagna and spaghetti: Ovidio Guzmán’s last dinner in freedom before being arrested in Jesús María

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The food was left on the main table of the house where he was arrested

Culiacán, Sin.- Lasagna, spaghetti, muffins, flour tortillas and even seasonings for meat, it is presumed to be the last dinner of Ovidio Guzmán López before being arrested on “Black Thursday” in his home located in the Jesús María union, north of Culiacan.

Everything was exposed, as if it were a half party. Some containers without lids, with the food “overflowing” on one of the tables inside the house where the freedom of the son of “Chapo” Guzmán was “debated” with bullets.

These vestiges could be the last food that he consumed before the operation led by elements of the Mexican Army, in which Ovidio Guzmán was arrested.

Chemistry, time and temperatures did their thing. Some of these foods already looked decomposed and, on the table, French mineral water containers attract attention: evidence of the drinks that “El Ratón” drank before being captured by the Federal Forces.

Dozens of bullet cases from long weapons and 50-caliber barretts were scattered in the main access to the home; However, the wall of the house and some built-in electrical appliances also show the signs of the war that broke out last Thursday, January 5, with the marks of bullets on all four sides of the luxurious, sophisticated, and minimalist living place.

To appease the low temperatures, Ovidio Guzmán’s house also had gas heaters, which were also the target of this exchange of fire on “Black Thursday” that was eternal for the residents of this community. These devices, like a television, were completely damaged by the bullets that were fired from rifles since dawn.

Most of the windows of the house were destroyed by projectiles fired by the military in this deployment, which was the result of months of investigation, in the mountainous area of Culiacán.

In addition, inside the building’s windows and bullet cases were also scattered on the ground, as if it were confetti or raindrops; overturned armchairs, blood stains at the entrance to the house, as well as overturned bed mattresses and closet drawers on the floor: what would any of these looks like after an exhaustive search.

The traces of the confrontation between the bodyguards of Ovidio Guzmán López and elements of the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena) were marked on “Black Thursday”, the first Thursday of this 2023 that not only remains in the stains and broken glass on that house of Jesús María, is also marked in the life and history of the Sinaloans, since it will be on Thursday, January 5, that the bullets of the confrontation, the blockades and fires, both in Culiacán and the rest of the municipalities, will remain in the minds of who lived it to tell about it.

Source: Linea Directa