RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The death of a foreigner in Guayaquil caught the attention of the International Police (Interpol). Information from this agency warned that the man of Albanian origin was one of the most important leaders of drug trafficking to Europe and part of Asia.
His criminal record was so hidden that there was no record in Ecuador, nor was he required by the justice system. For this reason, the uniformed officers indicate that he walked freely through the streets of Guayaquil. The night of his death, he was in a restaurant in the city's north. He was . . .