By Gustavo Sierra
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mafia law does not provide for voluntary retirement. The vast majority of capos, lieutenants and hitmen die very young. Those who remain, generally because they have spent many years in prison, may decide to step aside, but they will never be able to leave the organization.
What we are seeing now, in the case of the big drug traffickers, is that after serving long sentences, they are returning to rearm the cartels and try to occupy the place they had as big capos.
That is the case of Jorge Roca, better known as . . .