Wednesday, July 15, 2015

No One Showers At Night, There Are No Blind Spots in El Altiplano: Flavio Sosa, Former Political Prisoner



By: Carlos Álvarez Acevedo | Translated by Valor for Borderland Beat

Mexico City, July 14 (SinEmbargo) – The former leader of the Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca (APPO), Flavio Sosa Villavicencio, gave SinEmbargo details of what it’s like being an inmate in the Federal Social Readaptation Center No. 1 "Altiplano".  A political prisoner for a year and a half there-he received an invitation to the governor’s office and was detained for sedition, robbery, kidnapping, injury, and aggravated dispossession- the oaxacan political activist didn’t agree with the description that was given yesterday by Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong.

Sosa was imprisoned from December 2006 to April 2008 in the same prison where Joaquín Guzmán Loera, alías “El Chapo” escaped from on Saturday by allegedly going through a tunnel that was more than a kilometer and a half long which he started in a small opening in his shower cell and ended in an abandoned house.

“In this prison, privacy doesn’t exist,” Sosa explained.  In the version of the Secretary of the Interior, he indicated yesterday that “there were two blind spots” in the shower and toilets, for “humanitarian matters”.  Those “blind spots”, Osorio said, were used by “El Chapo” to escape and buy time.

For starters, he said, it is hard to believe that “El Chapo” would shower on a Saturday night, when he supposedly stopped in front of the shower and then disappeared.  The showers, he said, are only allowed to be used at six in the morning.

The social activist and former local deputy in Oaxaca said in an interview that “it is impossible to escape from a maximum security prison such as El Altiplano without complicity.”  The cells are a capsule within a capsule, he said.  The entire surveillance system must have been calm to achieve something like what “El Chapo” did, he said.

To escape without anyone noticing, the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel needed complicity not only from the guards in the maximum security area, where his cell was, but also from the three corporations that are in there: the federal, those from the prison, and the special guard.

These three areas, he said, depend on different heads and are usually very suspicious and vigilant with each other.

Sosa was found not guilty in his criminal cases and later released in the administration of Felipe Calderón Hinojosa.  “The first 20 days were spent in the Observation and Classification Center (COC), to then be transferred to Special Treatment, in the cell 13,” Sosa said during the interview.  This area, he adds, is the maximum security prison, in which he was assigned the prison number: 1801.

“The guards address you by your number, not by your name,” the former leader of the APPO said.
 
Flavio Sosa Villavicencio
There Are No Blind Spots or Privacy


According to Osorio Chong, in order to protect the rights of the prisoners, the prison has those blind spots.  “El Chapo” had them, the Secretary of the Interior said.

But Sosa said that that version of the maximum security area of El Altiplano is a very different one than what is lived when you’re in there.  Unless it has been modified.

He said that this site has 20 cells divided into two halls, and each hall has 10 cells with reinforced steel doors.  “As if they were two tunnels, each cell has an electronic gate that is closed with a special mechanism that is managed from the control center,” Sosa said.

In those 20 cells are those that the federal government considers the most dangerous in the country, said Sosa, who at that time, was considered one of them.  “All of the cells have security cameras and lights, all the time, 24 hours.”

Sosa Villavicencio indicated that these 20 cells are in the maximum security area of El Altiplano, which in itself is considered to be in this way.  “It’s an area of total isolation.  Each prisoner spends 23 hours in their cell and one hour in the courtyard, which is actually another room without a ceiling, and without any contact with other people.”

Inmates do not live together and can’t look at each other, he said.  “The cells of El Altiplano are like a tomb.  They have a metal door and you can only look outwards through a peephole,” Sosa said.

However, he also said that it is prohibited to physically touch the door from the inside of the cell.

“The cell is very small.  Everything made from concrete, the desk, the chair, and a cot that serves as a bed.  Everything is fixed,” Sosa said.

Sosa said that the space is so small, that between the bed and the wall, a small corridor is made to allow the custodian to enter, without ever having physical contact with the prisoner, for routine checks or to leave the food tray.

“Then in front of your bed is a sink and a toilet, which has no bowl.  There you defecate and urinate at ground level.  The shower is on the right,” Sosa said.

“When I was there, there were cameras even in the shower.  When you defecate, you are under camera surveillance.  When you sleep, you can’t sleep with your face covered,” he said.  Sosa repeated, with emphasis, that the cameras and lights are on 24 hours a day in El Altiplano.

“There are no blind spots, there’s only one under the concrete bed, but it’s a very small space,” Sosa said.

The former leader of the APPO told SinEmbargo that the revisions in the cells in El Altiplano are constant, at least three times each month.  “When they call for a general revision, guards with dogs come hastily, however you are, if you are naked, too bad,” said Sosa.

“It can be 2AM, whichever time, at attention, but at ease, with hands behind.  In this place, you always have to have your hands behind your back when you’re outside,” Sosa explained.

Sosa said that when revisions occur, guards take all of the prisoners to the corridors.  “That’s our only contact between us; only out of the corner of your eye can you see someone.  You are not allowed to turn; they hit your head against the wall.  They undress you and make you give them all your belongings.”

The activist said that after they are removed from their cells, the guards order inmates to do three squats, while remaining undressed.  He recounts that they open your mouths, they examine their testicles and anus, quickly, and then are dressed again.

Sosa joked that he used to think that when he got out of El Altiplano, he would become a stripper, because of how quickly he undressed and put on his clothes.  “After you are dressed, they put you in front of your cell and search it carefully.  They search the floor and hit the walls with hammers, dogs sniff everything.  The interior is searched millimeter by millimeter,” all in order to detect special compartments.

Inside the cells, the guards read the letters of the prisoners, which cannot be written using a computer or a typewriter.  “They have to be written by hand,” he said.  “When you have many letters, the guards ask you to take them out,” he also adds.

 You can’t even have a pen, only the pen refill which they sell you.  You don’t have any right to have any kind of object.  “I don’t know the reality of today, but it was impossible to communicate before,” Sosa said.

It’s hard to believe that “El Chapo” was showering on a Saturday night since the showers are only allowed to be used at 6 in the morning.  “At a quarter to 6, a guard notifies you that you need to shower.  You have 10 minutes, but it’s actually 6 or 8 because they rush you.  They then give you a razor and you shave.”

“Then you have to change in the cell and you get yourself ready; you need to be neatly pressed or you will be reprimanded.  Finally, you put yourself in front of the gate and they do a roll call, approximately between 7:00 and 7:15 in the morning,” said the former leader of the APPO.

“If on that day you have an issue in court, they take you to the office.  There are four revisions: in the cell, arriving at the court, leaving these places, and entering your cell,” he said.  “They only give you 10 minutes to eat.  You practically have to gulp down the food, and then you have to deliver the tray rinsed.  Finally, if at night you need to take a pill, they give it to you through the door at the gate around 8, then you eat dinner and then the authorities do a roll call between 6 or 7 at night.  At 10, you have to sleep.”

The Inhuman Altiplano

Sosa also denounced that El Altiplano is an inhuman prison, in which human rights are not respected.  “They provoke the lawyers to fight with the guards, so that they can be sanctioned and then the prisoners won’t have any legal representation,” said the former leader of the APPO in the interview.  “No criminal, having committed what he has committed, should be in a place like this.”

He also reported that the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) is complicit in this situation, a “white elephant” to these humanitarian violations.  “The people who visit the inmates have to pass through five or six customs in order to enter, without personal belongings.”  He even said that pregnant women have to go through a metal detector.

Sosa told the story about when leaders of the International Red Cross visited him, they complained about the abuses from those responsible for the security of El Altiplano.

The Version of Osorio

According to the head of the SEGOB, Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, during a message to the media on Monday night, “El Chapo” Guzmán managed to escape from two blind spots in the video surveillance and a strategy in which he managed to evade more than 750 cameras, 26 security checkpoints, as well as a security bracelet which had been placed on him.

Osorio said that in order to facilitate the proper conduct of investigation, the head of the administrative agency of Prevention and Rehabilitation, Juan Ignacio Hernández, and the Coordinator of the Federal Social Rehabilitation Centers, whose name appears to be confidential in the transparency website of the INAI, as well as the prison director of El Altiplano were resigned.

“Today’s fugitive must have benefited from the complicity of the staff” of the federal prison located in Almoloya de Juárez, State of Mexico, the secretary said, who also added during the questions and answers session that the capo “effectively required the blueprints” for his escape.

The leader of the Sinaloa Cartel had a security bracelet, but it didn’t have a GPS, which is only used for the inside of the prison and he cut it off before entering the tunnel.

“It is the only one that can be used, because, I want to say today, that the National Human Rights Commission does not allow the use of bracelets inside the prisons,” Osorio Chong justified.

Source: SinEmbargo

93 comments:

  1. I mean this goes all the way up to EPN, but the testimony of someone who was in the prison almost ten years ago is not all that relevant.

    We know that because of Chapo's antics, they changed the location of some of the cameras very recently, so there were some blind spots.

    But everyone must have known the tunnel was being dug. The work had to make a bunch of noise. No way around that.

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    1. I just read an article that says that el pitufu offered el chapo hospitality at a ranch in michoacan

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    2. 3:43 Trying to demonize El Chapo?
      --El pitufo is more the friend of epn by way of alfredo castillo de cagada, the cousin of genaro garcia luna's #2,
      murdering kidnapper extortionist Luis Cardenas Palomino...

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    3. No one showers at night unless you are chapo guzman.

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    4. Chapo Guzman should be left free. As long as there is a demand for drugs, Chapo may as well be CEO since he has old school philosophies of leaving children, women, innocent people alone. Please spare me the lectures on the evil of his Sinaloa Cartel.

      Unlike the depraved psycho Z40 Miguel Angel Treviño Morales, who must be frothing at the mouth like a rabid spore for not having the genius to break out of Altiplano prison, Chapo, I sense is truly a nice guy.

      Intuition and observation dictate to me that Chapo has never 'hanged, drawn and quartered' any animal or person and is disgusted by those who do. The drug/criminal world has its laws and anything more than a swift bullet to head to a 'lawbreaker' is likely an allergen to Guzman.

      I know little about nothing but as Chapo gets back to business let us take some pleasure in knowing that:

      1. that silly agent who heavy handed shoved Chapo's head down for the cameras/video world to see during the arrest walk must be pooping his pants regretting his unnecessary power trip;

      2. Z40 Trevino (I better be anonymous cuz he's a nasty vengeful one) is still screaming+sobbing on his three thread count prison issued blanket, "WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF A TUNNEL?"; and

      3. La Barbie is anxiously binge eating his canteen snacks + growing plumper by the day in hopes that Chapo will ride that motorcycle back down the tunnel to get him + ride off to Jenny Craigs together.

      Thinking of you Dr. Mireles

      _Canadian girl

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    5. Chapo should be set free? Get the fuck on.

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    6. He is free, genius. And I agree. Guzman - Hate him or like him, he is a decent person compared to almost every other capo. I respect him. I'm happy he got out too.

      For years I read stories about him. He made an honest living and was truly living the American dream. Women, guns, no, armies, mansions, great food, he lived the enviable life. When he was arrested, I was really saddened. Until he escaped, I thought he was the last great outlaw. The last person to ever have the chance to be so powerful as to make the law look like the societal joke we're all forced to believe.

      So, I'm glad he's out. The last great outlaw. I hope he finally gets plastic surgery and lives out his days in peace. He's one of the few who are actually modest enough to disappear. The fame never got to his head.

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    7. @4:29 AM-- Agree! Chapo is the last great outlaw, never to be forgotten, either. His place in world history and Mexico's is permanent.

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  2. But Chapo was not taking a shower, video shows him just pacing back n fourth n only crouching in shower for 2seconds n then gone. All you see is sweater getting pulled down. They must of modified the cells during one of Chapos amparos. Perfectly planned Chapo.

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  3. Inhumane or not, I say for each Capo leader do a surgery. Place a GPS tracker inside their body stitched in. The only way to remove it would cause death. Once released if released as part of the sentencing it will remain active to monitor their actions. Just bothersome how many folks feel sorry for or cheer these people that murder children, families, woman. So sad.

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    1. You can't keep the trackers charged. Nice idea though.

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    2. do you know how ridiculous that sounds????

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    3. 1:39
      You could keep them charged by putting wires hanging out their bodies conecting the batteries or using wireless power sources using some type electrical induction.

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    4. 1:39 they do it for dogs. It is possible putting a chip in. 3:19 I agree with 10:43 what is ridiculous is the constant deaths in Mexico. Many of which is innocent people. Strip these idiots of human rights as they did the innocent.

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    5. Governments murder more women and children then the mafia so get you facts straight

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    6. El chapo and la barbie have ethics, they only take on their enemies, others take on anybody they can make un peso from, or just to steal their maruchan...
      --As you can see, there is no way z40 compares with el chapoooo!!!
      --Chapo done tole him and Chapo done showed him, one Homerun for Mexico!!!
      Atentamente chapo fo' life cheerleaders

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    7. Chapo got the cartel handed down to him lazcano and treviño made the zetas what they are chapo doesn't compare to them and for the record theyve (chapo nd barbie) killed hundreds if not thousands just for the fuck of it

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    8. i didnt mean ridiculous in the sense that it couldnt be done... im sure itd be fairly easy..what i meant is from a human rights perspective its ridiculous...

      i agree that these scum bags deserve to die, but in any society that recognizes human rights the rights of an accused person are the most important to protect, because they are the easiest to violate and once rights start being violated and justifications are imagined its a slippery slope...

      i also agree that itd be nice to do and could be done.. but because i value my rights id prefer it not be done.. cheers..

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    9. They could jam or block the GPS chip with technology.and burn out the chip using pinpoint microwaves laser or scalar( energetics)

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    10. Yeah, you could have wired and batteries outside of the surgically implanted chip. It's not like they could just rip out the wires to turn it off, right?

      Microchips like dogs? You do realize that you have to be within a very very very close range of the dog to scan it's chip, right?

      It's funny hearing Americans insulting Mx's ways. Especially the guy talking about preserving an accused persons' rights, yet they deserve to shot. Ever heard of Guantanomo Bay? No human rights there, buddy. Nice try Americans. You guys are still citizens of the worst system imaginable.

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    11. As someone who worked on the research and development of GPS in the eighties, I can tell you that all you need to do is cover the GPS antenna with a piece of tin foil and you will block it. After all, it is a spread spectrum radio operating at extremely low power (background noise). Moreover, it is a receiver, not a transmitter. So you would still need something to broadcast the location, like a cell phone or other form of radio or a transponder. Finally, GPS doesn't work inside buildings, even with the new hypersensitive front ends, because of the multipath which gives a wrong location even if you can acquire the weak signal.

      It is better to learn how a device works in the real world than to learn by watching television, which never gets anything right.

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    12. Guys have been discovered to have their long cell phones up the ass, and they work fine, that is what keeps obama listening in on them, and prisoners have even invented phone chargers with cuban prison technology

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    13. Here is one article about how badly GPS tracking devices work (there are more, but the companies selling this stuff don't publish articles about how they don't work):

      http://www.vocativ.com/underworld/crime/gps-doesnt-always-work-tracking-convicts/

      The major component of those tracking devices to keep people on home arrest at home is a transponder-like device that pings the house and if it gets no response, assumes the person is not there. That has nothing to do with GPS. But it is possible to remove it and leave the device there to handle the pings while away.

      The bottom line is that the ankle bracelets don't work well. GPS plays a small part in making sure the person on home arrest is home, and that is easy to fool too. And GPS doesn't consistently track in any case once the person is outside.

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  4. Chapo had help from outside and inside Altiplano.
    The prison has available a multi-million dollar gift from the USA a ground penetrating radar machine that can "see" 10 meters underground. Where was the machine during the months it took to construct the tunnel? Mexico becomes furious at the idea of using extraneously operated polygraph machines (perhaps they are afraid of the machines overloading and blowing up while connected). Do not bother calling me a racist. Soy ciudadano Mexicano.

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    1. Enrique francisco galindo ceballos, general de la policia unificada unica failed his test and confessed he had stolen money and extorted as chief of the SSP del estado de San Luis Potosi, he did not pass...
      --to peña nieto it did not matter, galindo ceballos got his new job and he hired all the officers that had failed the examinations under corrupt kidnapper murderer extortionist genaro garcia luna...

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    2. --La malinche was mexican citizen too, but no problem...
      --Pocahontas was american by birth too, but it did not matter...
      --Benedict Arnold was an american revolutionary hero, and it did not matter...
      --Oliver North is another american hero from the vietnam war, but that did not matter either, and so on and on and on and on...

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    3. I dare you to put a link in here to back up your moronic statement about the "radar machine" that was given to Mexico to use in that prison..
      It is the stupidest statment I have read ever.. Oh, and do some research on polygraph tests. Yo soy mexicano y me da vergüenza leer pendejos como tu opinando estupideces. Nos haces ver mal a todos.

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    4. The iron man can dig a tunnel much faster than these guys and their motorcycle and 5 gallon pails, if he were mexican, he'd be a billionaire.
      --We will have to do with the spider web lies of the mexican politicians

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  5. You cant compare Flavio.Sosa, averge mexican nobody, to the status of Chapo common now thats. Flavio got his ass beat n stripped for being a politician. I bet Chapo got respect cuz of FEAR!

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    1. But why fear a fake ass human Chucky? I mean the reality is that he has billions of dollars so don't get it twisted. It's called old fashion greed not fear. His capture and incarceration was all a ruse for the entire world to see. Then this elaborate escape with all these "mistakes" being made. I swear Mexico is full of law enforcement stooges. Larry, Curly and Mo Nieto.

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    2. That is his point, don't you get it? He may be a nobody but he was more restricted than a top criminal enemy of the state. He is just making clear that Chapo was well taken care and allowed to do as he pleased, unlike others without money.

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  6. I thought it was already established el Chapo bribed the entire prison. Whats new...

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    1. El Chapo ripped the altiplano a new one, why blame the innocent?
      Looks like the cameras do not have audio or captions, that helped, but we have audio, Ha Ha HAAAA!!!! and more Ja Ja JAAAAA!
      --DON'T WORRY, "they may catch him tomarrah again"

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  7. Mr Sosa,
    The reality is that wether in Mexico or USA the priv ledged are privledge wether in or out and you sir, don't fall under that class or better said the majority of us don't fall under that class!

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  8. Pretty nice compared to other Mx prison

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  9. That just shows the power Mr Guzman has.. Arriba el chapo y Toda su gente - el morroñis de la palma navolato, sinaloa

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  10. Of course they put a social activist in supermax on fraudulent charges!
    As long as the Ruling Mexican elites stamp-out any commie/socialist agitators, they will never have a problem from Washington.
    America is quite happy to have 10s of millions of lower class men and women immersed in drugs and drug trafficking. Heaven forbid if this large segment of the American population decided it was time to change the marginalization!
    Yes, it is much better to have addicts and drug dealers than radicals in Mexico or America!
    The War on Drugs will never end!

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  11. Come on now man you are speaking about el chapo people fear this man he can have his whole family killed you know this escape probably spend half of his fortune lol

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    1. I dont think he spent all his money on this intimidation works too.

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  12. Fuck chapo but I got to hand it to him!! But foreal what can the Mexican government say to all this???

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  13. To me it looks like the tunnel is a smoke screen to sell the "escape".

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    1. I agree with you, there is a note in proceso is called the tunnel of corruption, chapo got out from the principal door, the tunel is for those who still believe in santaclause, but there is another dimension probably chapo and z 40 never have been in jail.

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  14. Well, apparently there are blind spots. 😆 Particularly when the lust for money overshadows the good name of your Country and the safety of your Countrymen. What a greedy sad spineless people.

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    1. you can say that again!

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  15. So if changes to cells and other things were made recently due to prisoner complaints, it is now clear what all those complaints and petitions chapo made about his rights being violated. Was it chapo being a pussy? Or was it pure genius that he took advantage of the system and forced certain changes to facilitate his escape? I'd say the latter. Of course with complicity though

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  16. Aqui esta comprobado $$$ moves anyone & everything ustedes no creen. Lo hizo con FOX, trabajo agusto con Salinas de Gortari....EPN has a good retirement $$ now. Para el Chapo $100millones de dólares son nomas el 10% of his net worth...Ya dejen al Chapo trabajar regardless of what he does Good or Bad...drugs are gonna keep moving. So many people criticize, but don't forget we all have our free will & choose to do whatever we want. Arriba El Chapo y su Gente y un saludo a nuestros vecinos de Sinaloa...puro Durango.

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    1. Es todo viejon puro DURANGO

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  17. EPN needs to resign...

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  18. Honestly el Chapo runs mexico. EPN is just a puppet. Im ashamed that EPN is my president. Why is that man still in france? Is he high???

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    1. The other chapo, epn is still in fgancé opening bank accounts (secret) that nobody can track, and receiving golden tin medals from the International cabal of satrapy...

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    2. EPN's breakin' bad in gay Pariiii....OK, maybe he busy smoking crack, consorting with hookers and such.

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  19. Your no Chapo... Flavio

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    1. Talk about precision milimetrica, right in el mero jundillo...
      ---And El Chapo did not go to harvard or yale to learn shit about how to be a dick and stick it to a whole nation and be a chilango pick pocket...

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  20. Mexican government is so stupid they actually release the videos of Chapo escaping. How is that helpful? What use is it? RESIGN PLEASE. You are embarrassing us everyday.....

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  21. Why does the mugshot have chapo with a shaved head and the wanted picture on the cop car still has him with hair? Wouldnt you want to be on the lookout for how someone looks right now? Just shows how much they actually care to catch him.

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    1. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL ive been reading the entire comments section waiting for somebody to say it. truly fucking pathetic. they cant even give the people "looking' for him the proper mug shot. smdh....

      with this kind of incompetence, chapo deserves his freedom.

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    2. Tambien le pintaron cuernos, pero el chamuco se los desborro, he look too much like a young carlo salinas de gortari...

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    3. @11:50 PM, LMAO!!

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  22. The Mexicans are so happy that Chapo sent twitter to Donald Trump
    that they forgive him the escape :-))

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    1. This American did to!

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  23. Even at SuperMax USA prisons the cells are searched on a regular basis and the inmates moved to different cells on a regular basis. I think they would call that protocol. No prisoner/inmate stays or is assigned to the same cell on a regular basis. Chapo's escape was planned and allowed no other reason, this would never happen USA SuperMax. Expect Chapo if captured alive (which I doubt) is taken cross border.

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  24. puro



















    Puro cicada . Kidnapping for ransom is a huge industry en mexico . Chapo wasn't giving somebody a big enough cut . They held him captive til he did and then let him out.
    Its simple economics . Anytime there is big money to be made all the scum get involved .
    Look at north Dakota . Worker flood in there making good paychecks and the thieves druggers and whores soon follow.The dopers and whore get to successful others come in . The most successful are the ones in with the authorities . The best muscle is the one with the most authority . If you play ball he can eliminate the completion . If you don't want to play ball, well ..........
    Chapo has agreed to get right

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    1. Theoretically speaking... the kidnapping concept isn't too far a stretch. If, so, who had the clout, cojones, cash and Intel to grab Guzman Loera, and/ or, settle a score from the past with him? A score that required Chapo cool his heels in prison for a while? Is Altiplano the location where he was held captive in plain sight by his kidnappers?? Chapo could cough up $50 million USAD in 24 hours, so the cash it's believed to have cost him to vanish from prison isn't the core issue. Whatever it is that went down in Chapo's life as it pertains to Altiplano is something we'll never know. I also doubt Chapo Guzman gives a "rat's ..head" about anybody named Donald Trump. It would be nice, however, to see Chapo put his vast wealth to good use helping the Good Doctor. VIVA EL PUEBLO! LA RAZA!

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    2. OK. Here's a theory: EPN convinced himself he could bite the hand that feeds him and could get away with it by orchestrating Chapo's kidnapping so EPN's government could hold him up for ransom and keep him in prison to make their sorry selves look good to the gringos. If, EPN did something like this, grabbing Chapo may turn out to be the stupidest thing he ever did.

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  25. They chapo has a shaved head but in the video looks not shaved at all wtf mexican officals and you can also see a tablet that he was using he is not suppossed to have any electronic device like that right?

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  26. escaped again..

    we need kill Chapo..

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  27. El Chapo is already in the mountains laughing at EPN!

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  28. EPN just stay in France!

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  29. Whos is El Chapos lawyer? This person did all the communication between him and all the people pulling the strings.... him and the family members who went to visit him are suspects and should be arrested!!!

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  30. The Mexican government let Chapo out to fight with el mencho of the CJGN He is working for the Mexican government.

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    1. why do you say that?

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  31. In a few weeks he's going to fake his death just like azul and that's it.. What can we do?

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    1. About time someones agrees El Azul retired..n I actually believe Nacho Coronel did too..1 pic of him dead didnt do for me..Show me El Botas Blancas type of pics n Ill believe it.!!!

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    2. Azul is dead. What are you talking about?

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    3. PRI needs one cartel in charge. DEA likes one cartel they can work with in charge. Any guess which cartel that is ????

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    4. 8:24 read his comment again no three times

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    5. Sinaloa cartel @9:02am

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    6. They wanted cjng in charge but they were getting out of control so it was time to release the minion and take control again they need someone smart and a robin hood figure and chapo is the man

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  32. of course there's no blind spot, THERE'S FUCKING VIDEO OF CHAPO ESCAPING FOR FUCKS SAKE LMFAAOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

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  33. Chapo works with the CIA and DEA mayos son said it in us courts . Of coarse he wasn't going to stay in prison . Mexican and American government and el chapo are pieces of shit . Unreal god help us all

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  34. Popeye from Colombia speculated in an interview published 13 July that Chapo's escape cost $50 million dollars. He thinks it would take this much to pay off the prison personnel and many, many other people in government. Popeye didn't seem convinced, though, that Chapo said good by to Altiplano via a tunnel. He thinks Chapo left prison under personnel escort some other way. He mentioned that the Mexican cartels were always much, much richer than any of the former Colombian cartels. Given that Chapo has more $ than god and money is power, he owns Mexico. Unfortunately, according to Don Jhon Jairo, when there's a $20 million price on your head, with the cia and dea on your case, chances are good that you will go down, someday. I don't happen to think Chapo will ever be arrested, again. Too many people are happy to take his money and to protect him for this to occur. Love him or hate him, Chapo's a billionaire 5 Star Genius.

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    1. Well, the motherfuckin' tunnel is there, the quality work is there, the only thing missing is the sign that says 'el CHAPO was here'...
      --argentinian clowns may say what pleases their senses, after selling their boss, and snitching to escape prison...
      --Mexicans had more money than colombians because they have never shared straight, after a while they tend to seal all they can, that is why they are persecuted: taking more than 10% from the owners of drug trafficking profits...

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    2. @12:09 AM, in Mexico there are more expertly constructed, smuggling tunnels than all the bus stops across the USA combined. Che! Don't believe everything you see on TV or YouTube

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  35. You clearly understand with the Caro Quintera and CIA deal where Caro got greenlighted to move tons of drugs for his help and $$$ in the fight against the Contras, that America really cares little about America being flooded with drugs but with it being flooded with socialists!

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  36. @10:14am Someone with alot of knowledge of digging tunnels told CNN that even if you were right above where the tunnel was being dug you probably could not hear anything.

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  37. It seems very clear to me that El Chapo has some powerful allies and friends in high political, military and economic circles. No one can possibly escape such a prison without somebody moving strings in multiple spots at the same time. Someone high above needs him to keep the drugtrade moving to keep the money flowing.

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  38. Mexico's penal system, is just another system of govt, which automatically means it's corrupt entirely. What a freaking joke!

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  39. With a bald head, everyone looks like joker from east LA .

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  40. how did he cut off the security braclet? did he use a knife?

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    1. It was a 2 cent of a peso plastic band, billed to the mexican government as a 1000.00 dollar device...
      --peña nieto has reportedly paid over 10 billion (pesos I guess) in propaganda and publicity in three years as 'spurious' president, in spite of his having free air time upon demand or by request available on radio, paper and tv...by law...

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  41. viva el chapo,,old school gangster with cia/dea backing in order to tone down the bloodshed..chapo is not the barbarian the sheeple of the good ol u.s.a.have been fed to make it look like there is action on the hunt for "the man"..if the states and the mex gov't wanted chapo would've eaten a hellfire from a predator many moons ago..the man only uses violence to keep people in line,,and his enemies sleeping with one eye open…why draw heat when you're making billions for u and yours..only true psycho's create violence for amusement,,violence for chapo is just part of the business,which he has a multitude of followers to do his bidding..i enjoy how people underestimate the savvyness of this man,,,he's 3 moves ahead of everyone else in the game,,u don't get to his status by being some dummy robbing the liquor store with a "born to lose" tattoo across his neck.he orchestrated his "arrest" as much as he orchestrated his "escape"..once he's settled its back to business eliminating the competition,,and have complete control of americas addiction to life,,nothing but respect for the guy

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