They once enjoyed a life of ill-gotten luxury, married to identical twins who climbed to the top of the world’s most profitable – and deadly – drug cartel. But these days, Mia and Olivia Flores live in the shadows, wearing disguises and shuttling their children from home to home, always wary someone is coming for them.
Daughters of Chicago police officers, Mia and Olivia married Pedro and Margarito Flores Jr. as the brothers rose from street-level dealers to running Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán’s Sinaloa drug cartel in the United States.
“We’re soccer moms. We’re on the PTA. We’re in car line. We’re dressed in sneakers every day. And we’re just trying to give our children a normal life.”
“They made a lot of money,” Mia said in an exclusive, on-camera interview with Fox News Chief Intelligence Correspondent Catherine Herridge. “My husband and brother-in-law were a big asset to him. They knew the U.S. inside and out, they knew the roads, they knew how to maneuver in the U.S. And that’s something Chapo and his team didn’t know how to do.”
The lavish lifestyle came…