Friday, July 17, 2015

United States submitted an extradition petition for "El Chapo", two weeks before his escape

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Milenio article

[ Subject Matter: El Chapo, extradition
Recommendation: no prior subject matter knowledge required]

The secretary of exterior relations, received on the 25th of June a petition for the formal extradition of Guzman Loera to be processed for the crime of criminal association in a Federal Court of California

El Chapos preferred form of tunnel transport: motorcycles on rails

Reporter: Milenio Digital

The Attorney General of the Republic, Arely Gomez, said that the Government of the United States solicited a petition for the formal extradition of Joaquin Guzman Loera on the 25th of June, 17 days before "El Chapo" escaped from Altiplano prison.

During a hearing before the twin house Commission for Security, the Attorney Arely Gomez said that the Secretary of external relations had received a diplomatic notice in which they solicit for the extradition of "El Chapo" to be charged with criminal association in order to import cocaine, in a Federal Court of California.

Arely Gomez said that he gave instructions to the areas of the PGR to analyse the petition, to attach the requisite legal requirements of the international treaty between both countries, and submit it before the Federal Judiciary.

Four day after initiating the proceedings, the PGR said that there have been significant advances, among them forensic evidence, of which there were 186, 143 of those were found in the tunnel and the rest in cell number 20.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

101 comments:

  1. Greatest prison escape ever. The enormity of it all is stunning. His people are loyal and that my friend is earned not bought.

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    1. You are saying that if he didn't have money that he still would have been able to escape???

      You are saying that if people weren't afraid he'd burn them alive or cut them up with a chainsaw along with their families, he'd still would have been able to escape???

      That is BS...

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    2. Chapo is a mass murdering scumbag. If the people didn't help him their families no doubt would have been massacred. That is not loyalty or respect. It is the work of cutthroats and Devil's without feelings or remorse.

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    3. What a stupid comment 12:09. Why is it people like you seem to have respect even admire this animal..What he and his like have done is destroy thousands of lives and brought Mexico to near civil war. Greed and utter contempt for humanity is a sickness not to be revered. I hopefor your sake you never come across this creature.

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    4. 1:47 El Chapo's style is much different, I do not think he likes to play with his popó. unlike los 'setas leadership' or their la familia michoacana, or las nueva golfas...
      ...OR THE MEXICAN ARMY'S KAIBILES...
      --la barbie is a gentleman too, even when asking: 'y tu que, guey?'

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  2. Ni madres, sin la ayuda de los Gringos, EPN y su bola de penchoches estan pero perdidos. Pa que se hagen gueyes, los politiquillos de Mexico no tienen la diciplina ni inteligencia del Chapo.

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    1. Perdidos HP ni cuenta se dan... Chapo se les gana en todo.

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    2. yo soy de California y nunca sabia de todo eso que esta pasando en Mexico. Cuando escuche que El Chapo se fugo - comenze a hacer investigacion de todo eso en el internet y me quede tan soprendido. nunca imagine que todo eso estaba pasando

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    3. And this time I hope you had more company than just your hand on the dark night...
      You are welcome to this narco-world of politics and bat shitcrap, tell your buddies.

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  3. Y los gringos paque lo quieren si no habla ingles. Hahaha

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  4. If Chinto and Mini Mi don't care don't worry about it. Thank u God for letting in me enter the country. I am save and my family is save. I will not go back.

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    1. Thats exactly what they want you to think. At least mejico has the decency to not give their bad guys badges.

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    2. Mexico and decency WTF you must be smoking some very powerful mota and then you finish with bad guys not getting badges unbelievable. Diosito por favor por k mandas a esta jente?

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    3. Diosito no los mando, fue el chamuco, posiblemente, y si no entonces los US, de seguro,

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  5. Blatant collusion.

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    1. What if i told you it was el chapo who submitted the petition himself? - Morpheus

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    2. A strong offence is the best defense...

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    3. Plausible Deniability built in on the blatant conclusion, that the bomb!!!

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  6. so, "THEY" did surgery on a guy, they said we got el chapo, then they made a fake video of him scaping prison, now he is back on the streets. get it? got it! good! at the end the bad guy is Mexico and the good guy is the US. badabim badabum. el chapo's life in a nutshell love your face!

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    1. U.S. Is just as bad as Mexico if not worse who the fuck sends people to bomb there own country ??

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    2. Who bombed who?

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    3. I think it is bada bing bada boom.

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    4. 7:42 Weell, the Thermolite used on WTC in 9/11 WAS NOT A BOMB, exactly, but it helped the demolition, according to Jesse Ventura and some engineers for truth...
      --Or the missile that burned the records about the 2 trillion dollars missing from the pentagon's accounting...
      --the efforts to sequester for 30 years parts of investigations are not bomb either...
      For example...

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  7. Hahahahaha! I had questioned before here on BB "why had the U.S. No pressured the Mexican government hard enough for Chapos extradition to the U.S. If he was considered public enemy number one after Osama Bin Laden"?. I got people telling me anything from the U.S. State department not Justice department handling the extradition, therefore not necessarily blaming the entire government as a whole but just the different branches for this occurrence. Another person had bought into the lies that we were respecting Mexico's sovereignty by not asking for Chapo! Hahahaha! In the end no matter what, the U.S. As a whole seems to talk a tough talk first of not helping Chapos cartel grow in Mexico and about its craving for having Chapo captured and extradited to face justice here when the facts of all these events only makes the U.S look like a liar!

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    1. Chapo is a dead fucker walking. Shame on the US once, fuck Mexico the next.

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    2. I still believe this is mainly a State Department decision. So, let me get this right, you now believe the U.S. story that the extradition papers actually arrived 2 weeks before Chapo started juking to Brazil? Pretty convenient cover story. But oh well, when the elephants are mating the monkeys stay in the trees.

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    3. The problem was and is for the US that the Mexican government has repeatedly delayed extradition on many wanted criminals. Also the US needed to determine which state would submit the request. Also if you have been reading as you claim, the idiot in Mexico charge of handling that said the US would not get him until he served 300 to 400 years for his crimes in Mexico. Either way it appears he would not serve that time. Whether in their prison or as now on the run. TThe US will do as they always do. Either locate him and snatch him up and sneak him across the border or drone. Either way Mexico will never know until after the fact. Also either way it is death for him. The treaty between the two countries do not include snatch and grab. Therefore that would make him eligible for the death penalty. It has happened with many other countries the US has treaties with. He best stay underground and never show his face again. His protectors will never know a drone is near.

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  8. How did They Fit thay bike in there if the opening to the tunnel in that house was barley big enough to fit a person through? An a tunnel that long was done in a few months

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    1. Disassembled pass it in parts then assemble it in the tunnel done simple logic.

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    2. Did u see both openings?!. 8:47am has a great point!.. Disassembled and all!.. Both openings were too small 2 fit even parts of tht motorcycle!.. Sounds more and more like the tunnel was staged!.. Look at both opening & tell me u cn fit a motorcycle tire thru either opening!..

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    3. @ Nolan PadillaJuly 17, 2015 at 8:47 AM

      You seriously asking that? These are mexicans you're talking about, the same people that can fit 20 people in a 5 passenger car, so to even question, wether they can fit a little motorcycle in a cramped tunnel opening, is stupid.

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    4. Hahaha thats funny right there ...

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    5. Vietnamese refugees could fit 40 people in a volkswagen, but nobody accuses them of anything...
      --there are big rigs inside mines in mexico, with tires 10 ft diameter, and drilling machines that help them fit in there, only El Chapo did not want to splurge...

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    6. Because it is mexico mexico can do and say what they want and the citizens will say okay and then scream VIVA MEXICO

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    7. 9:53 The tunnel was made by mexican miners with no union and engineers that know their job, not by bureaucrats with studies in harvard or yale to rob from the people...
      --Respect at least their professionalism, but of course, you don't know shit..
      --the government say many things, nobody believes any of them, crap on the mexican government, not on the people...

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  9. He is hiding en Tepito due to no police most of the time go in there.

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  10. Imaginative ingenuity,using the bike as a workhorse.Whatever you may feel about other aspects of this soap opera?
    You have to admire the ingenuity and speed at which they made a mile long tunnel?Obviously there is much more to the escape than a tunnel?

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    1. Do we have to admire Hitler for his ingenuity too? And John Gacy for his ingenuity in luring dozens of boys to death before being caught? And bin Ladin for murdering thousands of innocent people without lifting a finger? You're either a sick puppy or don't know what "admire" means.

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    2. --Some say hitler and stalin caused millions of deaths too, but almost nobody says anything about the millions and millions of deaths caused by the US presidents and accomplices policies around the world, in peace time!!!

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    3. Baby will you chill the fuck out?A mile long tunnel with tons and tons of earth to be moved,who said shit about hitler or stalin?Man,you the one who wants to tap chaps,not me.I dont bat for that team.
      The work involved,the time frame,organisation,it was done well thats all

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    4. Hey! we are just matching wits, ingenuity and speed here, chapo wins.

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    5. 1:45 then what are you doing on "their" side of the sidewalk?
      --Thou doth protest too much, mil mascaras, you need to do a reconciliation, and remember that God loves you no matter what...
      --that it is OK, because God makes no mistakes...
      --and don't go around killing someone because they know their Col. Frank Fitts of the world...mua mua, XXXXs a lot...

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  11. THIS IS NOT TRUE,
    US said it had not issued a formal request

    SO OTIS where is the link to Arely's statement?

    Milenio is a mix bag of truth and fantasy. Is there other media independently saying this and has the statement from arely.?

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    1. I agree....a bunch of articles came out on june 29 that the US was starting to prepare the paperwork for extradition but I have never seen that they were actually completed and filed...search junio 29 el Chapo extradición and you will see the articles....I think they are miss representing those reports in this new story

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    2. I would politely refer you to the comments below from my esteemed colleague

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    3. 12:36 otis, It sounds like you are politely saying to someone to go to hell.
      One of the good qualities I have found in the English language from the UK they can be so polite as to never explain, never complain instead of the uncout american fackiu! thanks, I'm tryin to learn to be polite too...

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  12. Just having El Chapo, in Mexico...means big time money, for the Mexican govt. I don't think it was ever a chance, that he was going to get sent to the US. It benefits Mexico much more, having him there, than in an American supermax.This article..is bs!

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  13. What? There wasn't no extradition request before chapos escape and now all of a sudden there is one??all this will be a mystery ?chapo go into your cave do t come out and continue to drive Mexico and drive the gringos crazy cuz they will never see this guy again!!!!

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    1. Within the limits of the law, the legal forms to start the extradition petition, the US had to start the process of requesting the forms to request the forms...only they had to wait until el chapo was safely away from almoloya...
      --as soon as somebody snitched that el chapo was away, it was discovered by prison guards...and the process of saving face could get started by the dancing letters soup...

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  14. Two weeks before he escaped? Does that mean Chapo knew that Mexico was going to give the OK on the extradition? The pressure was on too finish that tunnel.

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  15. also INTERPOL listed chapo being wanted by the US eaarlier this week.

    This is from REFORMA which has a longer article but also has a paywall so I am posting this part....sorry google translated

    The federal government confirmed yesterday that 16 days before the leak Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the US Government formalized the extradition request bonnet.

    This was announced by Attorney Arely Gomez members of the Bicameral Commission on National Security for the gathering of more than four hours with officials of the Security Cabinet. According to the statement by the official, the petition was received on June 25 last through a diplomatic note to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in which EU made a formal request for the extradition of Sinaloa cartel leader, to be processed by the Federal District Court of Southern California for the crime of association conspiracy to import and distribute cocaine. Gómez explained that issued instructions to the areas of the PGR, to analyze the request and of being attached to the legal requirements and international relevant agreement by both countries, would be submitted for consideration of Power Judicial Federation, according to the corresponding procedure.

    The Secretary of the Interior, Miguel Osorio Chong said the extradition was in processing.

    "The request for extradition from the Prosecutor had a process and was not hidden, and they were following the process, "he acknowledged at a news conference.

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    1. Thanks Chivis, hate paywalls

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    2. The US government and the interpol had to wait until the tunnel was ready to submit their requests, fact is nobody wants chapo demanding the DEA, the CIA, the FBI, the NSA, the UN, the OTAN etc etc etc come to court and testify to "thingzz"...
      I don't like that shit, the letters seem to be smarter than they look...

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  16. I call bullshit.....

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  17. Chapo is the pancho villa of my generation....my hero for sure

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    1. Your a idiot, thats put nicely. Villa would make chapo lock himself up again.

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    2. your hero? u fucking idiot....think of the 1000's this piece of shit murdered, raped and butchered. ur hero? LOL idiot!

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    3. Chapo is the greatest mexican folk hero ever he captures the popular imagination . give credit where credit is due sucka

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    4. @8:12

      I F'ng love you. :)

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    5. Sometimes i wonder if pancho villa would of have been a narco if he lived in this times. He was a bandido in his time an outlaw so yes he would of have been a narco just or better than chapo..el bandido generoso none the less.. Viva villa y que viva el chapo ..

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    6. Hell yeah chapo is the greatest outlaw hero of all times!!!!

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    7. Mexicans? Cheering and support for a motherfucker they don't kno never met never will,caused battles all over Mexico with deaths,and then fuckin whine like bitches that its everyone else's fault that its fucked up?Theres some anti-US bullshit going on as well,but throwing break out parties?

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  18. It's kind of semantic at this point but the US requested the paperwork to start the extradition process....that is different than filing for extradition which would mean they had filed out the paperwork and given it back to MX officials....so they requested to start the process of requesting extradition.....they did not yet request extradition however

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  19. Best soap opera ever, with twists, loveable villains and s**t. This will be a novela someday

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    1. It already is. Chema in the novela Señor de los Cielos is supposed to be what Chapo was to Amado carrillo.

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    2. 10:44 el señor de los cielos is no novela, it is now a SERIES, WITH YEARLY VERSIONS, AND ALL, THIS YEAR IT IS TRYING TO BEST BREAKING BAD IN UGLY.
      --and the capos in the is SERIES face more romances granadazos, balazos, y chingadazos in one hour, daily, than the capos faced in a life time, except for arturo el barbas BLO...
      --FOR REAL FUN SEE: FAST AND FURIOUS, AND THE FBI

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  20. Chapo Guzman just pulled off the greatest magic trick ever. You see me know in the shower - now you don't! Then again you throw $50 million at someone you can pull off all the majic tricks you
    want. Man that was some technology used by the intelligence agencies of the foreign nations that helped Chapo escape. That was some serious noise down keeping they carried out while they were excavating the tunnel. Then again they probably build the tunnel before Chapo went to el Altiplano in the event he actually went to prison at Almoloya de Juarez. The fix was in. The explains why it was so quiet while they were excavating the tunnel. Alias - La Barbie c t m

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    1. Criss Angel & David Copperfield were listed on Chapo's visitation log over a dozen times each.....

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    2. Lol ! It was all those PRI magicians who did this trick. They know how to make govt. budget money disappear into their bank accounts - and disappear themselves once their terms in office, govt. posts, are finished.

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  21. Probably no extradition because Obama has just said he wants to let all if the drug dealers out of prison. Thats just great.

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  22. I'm sorry but I am glad that Mr. Guzman escaped or walked out. I'm tired of United States using extradition of bringing foreigners into United States to face justice. Hypocritical that it is. When a foreign country is requesting United States citizen to be extradited to its country, United States refuses. For example, Colombia requested Chiquita officials who were involved in giving thousands of AK-47s to right wing militia, but the United States refused to handover the individuals and kept their names sealed (because it involved high named officials). So why should foreign countries give up their own citizens to the United States when United States doesn't do the same?

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    1. Exactly it is a bunch of bs that the us walks around thinking that they have priority over seeing justice

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    2. Here is part of the reason why so many idiots are literally throwing parties on Guzmans escape?Basic anti-US hysterics by so many sheep who really cannot think for themselves?Crazed idiocy,maybe its something to focus on?
      An opium for masses,encouraged even

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    3. 5:35 maaan, I hope you burst your 'rrhoids feeling sooo outraged that someone accuses the drug trafficking US government and co. of thingzzz...

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  23. EPN is a disgrace. He should resign immediately. How can this happened on a max cell? Doesnt he realize that by allowing him to escape he set Mexico back 50 years? EPN is a traitor..

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    1. Terrorist airplane bomber Luis Posada Carriles was protected by the US government, his extradition was refused and he received US presidential pardon, as have some other drug trafficking and mass murderers like ernesto zedillo jundillo...
      --the blind US law just blindly breaks the piñata where directed...

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  24. We dont know what we are talking about when we talk about chapo... PS chapo never was in jail it was just a tactic to win a war against his enemies or contrarians, but guess who is using the art of war book? Is chong!!!!

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  25. EPN has no shame.

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  26. STOP ACTING LIKE CHAPO IS A REAL MAN HES A SATANIC SLAVE ILLUMINATI OWNS CHAPITA
    ATT:Z40

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    1. You say this but you are using z40 name who is just as bad or worse. You make no sense

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  27. CHAPO WILL BE DEAD BY THE END OF SUMMER
    ATT-Z40

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  28. Regardless of what happens Chapo fucked up!! If the Mexicans get to him first he's dead! Their going to kill him and plant a gun on him and he fought back. Now if the Americans get to him their bringing him straight back to the US! Chapo knows all the players in the Mexican government who's corrupt and that's what the US wants intelligence plus let's not forget the billions of dollars they can squeeze out of him!!

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  29. Ni pena le da este HP EPN --como q esta muerto del susto por miedo al Chapo. EPN se los da de bien avispadito con lo creido q es pero la viena esa con Chapo es una metida de patas total y le va costar bien carito.

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    1. What is HP, Hewlett-Packard?
      Anyways Chevrolet a su Mercury peña nieto.

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  30. El chapó se haya llevado al mochaorejas, a la ardilla y la barbie y hubieran sido los 4 jinetes del apocalipsis ;)

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    1. La ardilla es seta güey, como chingaos, el chapo no puede ser chaquetero, la barbie maybe, but he wants to take over the cartel...

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  31. Who wants to see Danny De Vito to play Chapo in US film? Put your hands up!

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    1. Joe Pesci would get my vote. He is a little taller. Great performances in Goodfellas and Casino. Worthy of real life capos.

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    2. Chapo is 5 feet 7 inches he is average tall, devito is close to 5.

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    3. Not Joe pesci, please, I don't want any more temptations for chivis, she may find him muy guapo too, and I might kill myself...

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    4. Not the hands up, las patas!!!
      No, not you mil mascaras!

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  32. EPN es el presidente más cínico en la historia de mi país o sea México.

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  33. Everyone praising him for pulling off the greatest escape. It is not a great escape! ThIs is only another example of corruption. People knew he was planning this. He had people helping from the inside and outside, including his lawyer. There were many guards aware of this taking place. Many have this ridiculous imagination that he pulled this off with out prison personnel knowledge. Whatever. With a tunnel being built like that and a hole being made in his cell, it had to be noticed. Also as far as paying off the prison staff, probably not. Instead he threatened themand their families. Of course they were in fear. This is why he should have been in the USA. I would love to see an idiot build a tunnel through an area that is always covered in snow and ice.

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    1. They would obviously doing it under the snow and ice. Snow and ice would not effect them. But I agree he had help from within.

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    2. 3:15 i'd love to meet the people that loves to please your every whim...
      --Facts is el chapo escaped, again, and there is a whole hole there to prove that was the way, lick your wounds, honey, maybe they catch him again tomarrah...

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    3. 3:15 they is no snow or ice underground, something tells me you would not have money for melted snow for your "tunnel diggers"

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  34. Can you imagine the noise coming from that cell as they were getting towards the top. It had to awfully quiet in that cell and even a pin drop would be heard easily. Here in Mexico many of our house walls touch the walls of the house next to us. You can here very clearly when they put a nail in the wall or have an argument and try to keep it mellow so we cannot here it. But we do. Can you imagine how that noise would be intensified taking away that concrete toward the end? One prison guard to the other. What is that noise? Just rats says the other.

    They were rats, but the human kind. Something is not right.

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  35. 3:15 Still considered an escape. Now the fact that he invested money in creating the tunnel to perhaps justify to the people the methods he used was brilliant. In addition, he paid all kinds of politicians. So technically the way it was planned all falls under escaping from jail. Yes, it is one of the top prison escapes ever.

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