El Chapo possibly spotted in Twitter pic

Mexican drug lord and prison escape artist Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman may have been spotted in picture shared on Twitter.

Guzman’s son, Jesus Guzman Salazar, tweeted a photo of himself with two men and a caption that reads in English, “Satisfied here, you already know with whom.”

However, the faces of the two men are obscured by emoticons, yet, the mouth and chin of one man can be seen. His mustache and face resemble that of El Chapo.

Investigators said they’re aware of the photo and are looking into whether El Chapo is really in it or if Salazar is simply trolling authorities.

Most recently, four officials have been charged for their suspected roles in helping Guzman break out of prison. the federal courts system said Monday, bringing the total number of officials charged in his escape to seven.

The reward for bringing El Chapo back to prison is roughly $5 million.

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