Cartel Queens: The Untold Stories of Latin America’s Female Drug Bosses
Nicknamed “Queen of the South,” Marllory Chacon Rossell was responsible for shipping thousands of kilos of cocaine per month from Guatemala to Mexico and the United States. U.S. authorities identified Marllory Chacon Rossell as Central America’s most prolific drug trafficker. She is one of several women who have led ruthless drug networks in Latin America. Vice World News Senior Editor Deborah Bonello details how women have become some of the most dangerous and respected crime bosses.