August 13 2015, Culiacan — A month ago, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the world’s most notorious drugs lord, escaped from Mexico’s highest-security prison through a mile-long tunnel.
In his home state of Sinaloa, there’s a certain pride about the infamous capo, despite the violent crimes his cartel has committed. Some people say he should be honoured with a monument or chapel.
Katy Watson reports from Sinaloa, the cradle of Mexico’s drug-trafficking industry. Shot and edited by Deborah Bonello for the BBC.