Mexico has no problem dumping millions of its citizens into America but there's one it's refusing to hand over: Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
The former boss of the Sinaloa cartel was arrested last year by Mexican authorities, and is wanted in the United States on drug charges but Mexico's controversial Attorney General Jesús Murillo Karam is rebuffing the American request for his extradition in violation of international law as reported by Dolia Estevez for Forbes Magazine:
"He argued that keeping Guzmán in Mexico was an issue of 'national sovereignty,' according to the AP. "El Chapo must stay here (in Mexico) to complete his sentence and then I will extradite him. So about 300 or 400 years later -- it will be a while."
Of course, last time El Chapo was in Mexican custody the corrupt system allowed his escape.