Allegedly brutal drug lord to be charged with 'unchecked profits'?

NY Times:

U.S. Prosecutors Offer Glimpse of Case Against Mexican Drug Lord ‘El Chapo’

A detention memo contends that Joaquín Guzmán Loera transformed the narcotics trade, deploying savagery and the corrupting force of unchecked profits.
The crimes he could be charged with would seem to be without many limits.  Corruption would probably be among them, but the harm he allegedly did goes well beyond that.  How many of the murders in Chicago are tied to the turf wars between the drug gangs?

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