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Gamez’s mausoleum from the outside. AP Photo
In this Jan. 28, 2013 photo, photographs, balloons, statues and candles decorate the inside of the mausoleum where Maria Susana Flores Gamez is buried in Guamuchil, Mexico. AP/Adriana Gomez
Maria Susana Flores Gamez after being crowned Sinaloa Woman 2012 in Culiacan, Mexico. AP Photo/Gamez family
Gamez poses for a photo in Culiacan, Mexico. Beauty queens and drug lords have been drawn to each other for as long as the illegal narcotics trade has flourished in Sinaloa. (AP Photo/El Debate, Gladys Serrano, File)


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