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In photos: This is some of the physical evidence prosecutors have against Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán

A 32-page court document prepared by the US Attorney's Office in New York contains these 11 photos that will be presented in the trial of the Sinaloa Cartel leader who was extradited to the United States Jan 19.
9 Feb 2017 – 04:29 PM EST
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511 kilos of cocaine seized from the Sinaloa Cartel from inside the engine of a vehicle in Patterson, New Jersey. Crédito: Univision
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1,997 kilos of cocaine seized in a warehouse in Queens, New York and 1,925 kilos found in a car and another warehouse in Chicago, Illinois. Crédito: Univision
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1,923 kilos of cocaine seized from a vehicle and a storage facility in Brooklyn, New York. Crédito: Univision
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A warehouse with 1,100 kilos of cocaine was discovered in El Paso, Texas. Crédito: Univision
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12 tons of cocaine was seized from this fishing vessel in the eastern Pacific. Crédito: Univision
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1,302 kilos of cocaine were seized from this semi-submersible craft in the eastern Pacific. Univision
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373 kilos of cocaine were seized aboard this single engine plane in Ecuador. Univision
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Authorities ingtercepted this vessel off the coast of Baja California with one ton of cocaine aboard. Crédito: Univision
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ASlmost 5 tons of cociane were taken off this semi-submersible in the eatern Pacific. Univision
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This vessel traveling from Colombia to Mexico was found ot be carrying almost 20 tons of cocaine. Crédito: Univision
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Part of the 19,000 kilos of cociane seized at sea from this vessel. Crédito: Univision
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The 19,000 kilos of cocaine seized from the Sinaloa Cartel. Crédito: Univision
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Drugs and munitions seized from a plane in Colombia. Crédito: Univision
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Weapons seized. Crédito: Univision
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This plane allegedly belonged to the Sinaloa Cartel and was seized in Colombia. Crédito: Univision
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