Jun 15, 2014 · Leo Sharp, the most prolific drug mule that regional law enforcement had ever tracked, was placed under arrest. The Sinaloa cartel’s nickname for him was well chosen. They called him Tata.
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The D.E.A. spent months investigating the Sinaloa cartel’s operation in the Detroit area and tracking their most prolific drug mule: Leo Sharp, a World War II veteran with no criminal record.
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- The New York Times
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Dec 24, 2018 · Leo Sharp Was a Top Courier for the Sinaloa Cartel In 2014, New York Times Magazine ran a lengthy story called “There’s a True Story Behind ‘The Mule’: The Sinaloa Cartel’s 90-Year-Old Drug Mule.”...
The real guy who inspired Clint Eastwood's character is Leo Sharp, a World War II veteran (not a Korean War veteran like in the film). Sharp's story gained national attention when The New York Times Magazine ran a 2014 article by Sam Dolnick titled "The Sinaloa Cartel's 90-Year-Old Drug Mule," which became the basis for the movie.
Jun 12, 2014 · So how did Leo Sharp become the oldest drug mule in the U.S. after he was caught with 230lb of a Mexican cartel's cocaine? In a feature for the New York Times Sam Donick tells the story of Tata, or...
Leo Sharp walks toward U.S. District Court before his scheduled sentencing, Wednesday, May 7, 2014, in Detroit. ... Sam Dolnick in New York Times Magazine tells the story of "Tata" (Grandfather), ...
Jun 11, 2014 · Source The New York Times Leo Sharp is a World War II veteran, a great-grandfather, and a hybridizer beloved for his vivid blooms. He was also recently convicted of being a drug mule on his 90th...
Nov 28, 2018 · Leo Sharp Leo Sharp during his military days. Long before he was a drug trafficker, Leo Sharp (born in Indiana in 1924) was a war hero, a veteran of World War II decorated with a Bronze Star Medal for fighting in one of the most brutal battles of the Italian campaign.
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