Narcos is available to watch on Netflix
NARCOS : MEXICO season 2 has now come to an end and fans are waiting to hear of a third series. Who is Vicente Carrillo Fuentes ? Is El Viceroy real?
Narcos Mexico: Amado Carrillo Fuentes is Vicente's brother (Image: Netflix) Narcos timeline: How does El Chapo series fit in with Narcos? Amado had formed the cartel by 1993 and brought in his brothers, as well as his son Vicente Carrillo Leyva. Amado died in 1997 following plastic surgery complications and after his death there was controversy over who should take over as leader. Vicente came out victorious after defeating the other rivals and formed a partnership with El Azul, who also features in the Narcos: Mexico series. Vicente was able to avoid any direct conflict with the Arellano Félix brothers, who led the most powerful organisation during the 90s. Narcos Mexico: Felix is in an opposition gang (Image: Netflix) Narcos Mexico: Walt Breslin narrates the series (Image: Netflix) Carrillo Fuentes was eventually charged on 46 different counts including continuing criminal enterprise, importation and possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana, conspiracy to import and possess with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana, as well as with money laundering, tampering with a witness, ordering the intentional killing of individuals to prevent communication of information by them to U.S. law enforcement and more. He had been arrested in October 2014 and was later transferred to a maximum security prison in Jalisco state. He does not seem to appear in the Netflix series and his name does not come up on the cast list for Narcos: Mexico, but his family members and accomplices are in the series. As the second series is set just as El Azul is finding his feet, there is a chance Vicente would not have been around at that point. DON'T MISS... Read more: Daily Express
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