Arturo Bernal Leyda, one of Joaquin’s primary associates within the Federation takes on the challenge of negotiating with his fiercest rivals, Chente and el Cano, gaining their trust quickly and establishing himself as the architect behind this new established peace. “El Chapo”, takes advantage of the situation, expands the reach of the Sinaloa Cartel, and welcomes his sons’ intent, Quino and el Moreno, to join the family business. But Arturo Bernal Leyda and his brother, el Arriero, demand greater weight in the organization’s decisions, something that Joaquin refuses to concede: the ambition that the brothers show, awaken his distrust. When Quino is arrested for recklessness, Joaquin must negotiate his release with Don Sol: he offers to deliver the Bernal Leyda brothers to calm the press, in exchange for his son’s freedom. El Arriero is arrested but Arturo escapes, and it won’t take long for him to figure out what happened: “El Chapo” betrayed them showing no remorse. After many years of loyalty, now nothing will get in the way of his vengeance.