Sean Penn's blockbuster profile of Joaquin Guzman Loera has done more than just illuminate the psyche of the infamous drug warlord known as El Chapo. The circumstances surrounding Penn's secret October interview with El Chapo in the jungle of Mexico and Rolling Stone's decision to publish it have raised a firestorm of both legal and ethical issues.
Politicians on Sunday expressed outrage at the interview, which U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio called "grotesque." White House chief of staff Denis McDonough said he was "appalled" by El Chapo's comments in the profile, in which he admitted to running perhaps the world's largest...
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