Friday, February 26, 2016

Chapo is considering requesting "house arrest"

Lucio R. Borderland Beat with material from Milenio & EFE

Although Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman likes that idea of ​​negotiating with the United States, should he be extradited, his Mexican defense is also considering the option of requesting house arrest, should an agreement with the United States not be reached, revealed the attorney José Refugio Rodríguez. The litigant who is the lead attorney of the legal team representing the Sinaloa capo, and the US attorney William Stuttgart, discussed the details of what legal way is better follow to benefit his client.

Rodriguez said that he heard "rumors" that soon the US authorities will present new charges against "El Chapo" in the District Courts of New York and Chicago, where the leader of the Sinaloa cartel will face the strongest accusations and therefore,  he would most likely be sent to one of those two states rather than California and Texas.


So far, Joaquin Guzman has not entered into a contact with  Stuttgart to represent him in US territory, said Jose Refugio; He said he and El Chapo are consulting with the attorney, and taking into account the advice of the American defense attorney.

The goal would be to negotiate "a sentence that is not too long, a reasonable sentence," with the United States, as well as imprisonment at "a medium-security prison that does not have conditions like the ones here in Mexico," Rodriguez said.

Guzman asked some time ago that an attorney be hired to represent him in the United States, Rodriguez said, adding that he contacted William Stuttgart and they have stayed in touch since May 2014.


"It's through him that we've seen that, instead of going to trial in the United States, ... we should have negotiate," Rodriguez said, noting that the defense's strategy would be to get the best possible conditions for his client instead of fighting it out in court.

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  1. Lmao is this midget serious

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    1. 11:30. My thoughts exactly. WTF? Guess he wants a sweet compound like Pablo had while he was under "house arrest". The only place I want to see him go is to Colorado to a Super Max.Considering 98% of all drug trafficers end up taking a plea deal,even if he only gets 10-15 years...it will be Hell on Earth. If he thinks he has it bad now,wait till he gets to a real freaking prison. Kmsl...poor "zombie". Grazie B.B.you gave me a great laugh. Peace. God bless.

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    2. No sabes de lo que hablas tu sabes lo que es la política

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  2. Getting ready to snitch on all of sinaloa I see...won't be surprised if he rats on his own sons to get out free!

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    1. Only one of his sons has been in jail and for a short time. Mayo on the ither have has never seen a jail cell and most of his kids have. Chapo 1 Mayo 0

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  3. Hehe house arrest, good luck with that one Chapo

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    1. ROTFLMA!!!!! I agree Otis, Chapo needs psychiatric care if he thinks he is going to get house arrest. Many of the charges in the USA are death penalty eligible and mandatory life sentences. House arrest LOL

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    2. Well i would not be surprise if he actually got out on house arrest lol.

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    3. You know, i thought the same. Then i remember all the stuff he has pulled off and im scratching my head a little. Mexico is under pressure, but it is Mexico after all. Never say never?

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    4. That was a good 1 lol

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    5. Another thing he is being charged with murders that happen in mexico do not understand they did not happen in the usa im confused??? Is it just so he will get life ir death penalty?

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    6. If la chaky got it done, what is there to stop la chapa from hoping?...
      --Since Ronnie was in office it has been the norm to forgive and forget drug traffickers, except,NOT! if you are mexican, I know, but you know? This is the best proof that drugs alter the brain, maybe the drug addicts in the justice dep. will go for some mercy for el chapo, for some dope.
      Better news dept: Pope Pancho said mexican criminal cartels made a truce for 12 hour while he was there, Secretario de Gobernacion Miguel Angel Osorio Chon immediately said it was a lie, "we have not made any deals or truce with any other criminals"

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    7. He cant get death penalty if hes extradited.

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    8. I dont think they can charge u for murder if it happened in mexico

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    9. They can charge you for murder of the victim is an American national

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    10. this for @ 12:15am.... the USA has 40 plus Mexican nationals already on death row and have executed countless other Mexican nationals ...it is only a diplomatic bullshit attempt at an exemption. Chapo goes To the USA he will face execution if convicted they will execute him without hesitation. He is a Hitler to them and he will die by them.

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    11. I'm sure Chivis will agree with me here, that one of the stipulations in law, is that any extradition for any charges will not end in the death penalty. He may get life without parole, which would mean life but they will not be able to execute him under the current extradition treaty.

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  4. Aha. Tomorrow. Gringos Are Ruthless.

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  5. Ver para creer. - El Sol Perdido

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  6. If it's a house of hell full of torture, misery, and constant suffering, then sure.

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  7. Hahaha he's out of his mind if he thinks house arrest is an option

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    1. yup, he's trying to bust a Pablo Escobar, he's going want to have his own fortified prison.

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    2. That's the 1st thing I thought too!

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    3. Not at all. How is this even comparable to pablo? Pablo never had to face the United States the way any Mexican Narco has. Even though the USA tried to extradite PABLO, there just wasn't enough pressure in Colombia as there is now in Mx, USA's neighbor. Yet alone the 80's & early 90's were so much easier to evade authorities, technologically. 30 years later and they were having a real tough time w chapo, despite all technological advances by the American and Mexican government from the early 90's. Chapo has outlived Pablo. Pablo only ruled for a few years compared to Chapo's 2 decades and counting. Any one who has studied cartels and drug lords would know that remaining a large boss for two decades and escaping prison twice is BEYOND rare in their industry. Screw pablo & screw Chapo, even though I Admire both of their ambition and genious. But Chapo, is no imitation of pablo. He has already surpassed him, don't take my word for it. Study the facts. He isn't public enemy no. 1 in chicago for no reason...who had that title last? Oh that's right Al capone.

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    4. Escobar gaviria to keep calling the shots from it's private prison? Ok.. How about you let the USA build the 'private prison' in the US side chaps, you gonna have cameras on your ass 24/7 but you gonna live better something like a rich lion in a cage, as long as you cooperate. Yeah right.. Jee Jee

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    5. !0;48 Not a Escobar imitator ? Probably right ,but you can bet if he has a mind at all he had to learn something from Pablo . Much of it he may have made a point not to do . He has defiantly out lived that Columbian piece of shit .

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    6. Life of pablo

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    7. Pablo lost it all because the US mafiosos wanted all of pablo's business, and in cahoots with pablo's rivals took care of him, same same for el chapo...

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  9. Whos he going to snitch on now that mochomo plead guilty. Send him to ADX where he belongs

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  10. Maybe till he is like Don Neto or Miguel Angel Felix will they consider that one hahaha. Quintero still laughing at Mex n US Gov hahahah suckers!!

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  11. Pinche Sapo pendejo, you're going to ADX buddy. The most secured prison in the States. You will go crazy in there

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    1. You know I hear that the ADX also houses Richard Lee McNair, an inmate who escaped from prison three times which is more than El Chapo's recent escapes. The crazy thing is that he had no money or resources at all to help him escape from prison unlike El Chapo but he was still able to break free three times in a row LOL but he's already been in the ADX for almost 10 years & he hasn't escaped ever since

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    2. ^^ McNair is a legend. Especially that video on YouTube where he smooth talks his way from a cop who stops him because they were looking for the recently escaped McNair and he convinced the cop it wasn't him. Lmao

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  12. Jajajaj que pendejo esta el chapo y su abogado.....house arrest for a narco capo. Jajajja

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  13. Word on the street is that Sean Penn has a guest room for Chapo.

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    1. No one would ever search there (Penn's home). Actually Penn was living in a trailer at one time.

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    2. 6:39 . Nothing to do with education. There are smart people without education . I'm not a billionaire either . Never wanted to kill and deal drugs or steal to become a millionaire . I see greedy people that have accomplished a lot money wise that aren't very smart .
      I love they way Al Capone showed up at the courthouse stepping confidently out of the still rolling car like he was heading for the courtroom to take care of business . Don't think he got to go home that day. Guess the murdering fucker didn't understand his own situation .

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  14. Wow . This guy is supposed to be a master mind ? Come on this dumb ass hill billy only ruled because of brutality not intelligence . It seems there really aint a lot of smart comes out of those hills down there . If he gets house arrest Ill go over to his house and kick his shorty ass. Of coarse that's a empty threat . His house will be 5X9

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    1. Nope he is smart violence works but you need intelligence to keep the business working and people in check

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    2. 5;30 Ok if he is smart he practicing for his stand up narco comedy act . Maybe he is smart but just ignorant . Don't know how thing work . If he goes to trial and found guilty , during the sentencing phase his reputation can be addressed . Shit they can have a line up of witnesses . Can have people that say he killed their relatives . If he is convicted of heroin trafficking they can have relatives of od victims . After found guilty , if he lets a jury sentence him he will get so much time that it will only be over when he dies very old .
      He will plea bargain if he can get it below 30 . If he sees no hope of walking out of prison alive he will fight it . Do they even have federal parole now ? At one time it was abolished .
      Asking for a minimum security prison and then this time house arrest .Either he is joking, just dumb as hell or awfully naïve .
      Hermann Goering and Heinrich Himmler believed after world war 2 that they were going to be wanted to help lead Germany and get it back up and going again .See how that worked out for them . They had no idea how the world viewed what they had been doing . Same with Chapo . I think he thinks he has been proving a service . LOL so long shorty

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    3. Oh Dang.. Apparently that was some good, good dope. Chapa still in "space"??? LOL

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    4. just because he has never been to school does not mean he's not smarter than you. Are you a billionaire too?

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  15. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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  16. He's dreaming....medium security prison, once he is in the USA and convicted, which is an absolute, he done and he'll never see the light of day again from ADX Florence.

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    1. In Mexico it would not be far fetched to make it happen. El Chapo could make that happen. 20 years in his home.

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  17. Remember everthing is possible for this man

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  18. A person.. Dosen't gotta like Chapo, but I believe we can all agree we can respect him to a degree.

    That being said ive lost sooo much respect for this guy, hes really being exposed for what he truelly is.. He really believed his own hype trying to make a movie of his life, taping interviews, his infatuation with Kate Del Castillo.. his wifes desperate telemundo interview.. Now hes stuck in a delusion where he thinks he can negotiate with the U.S

    Sounds like hes just a retard witha big bank, fxckin' puss that don't ever fire shoots. Atleast Lazca & Ondeado went out guns blazing

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    1. This man knows the corruption chain to the president. He knows the distribution chains in mexico and in usa. He is saying i wont fight extradition if we can work something out but if not he will fight it with all hes got n prolong it. It seems that hes just tired of running n wants to get it over with

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    2. ^^^^ You learn a lot about what kind of person a narco is by how they deal with police/military when they come knocking at your door to arrest you.

      I have a little more respect for the capos who go down fighting to the death than a capo like Chapo who is in his 60s and has lived a long life of privilege and power and he still can't seem to get that it's over and now it's a newer generations turn.

      So yeah from all these recent events surrounding Chapo I've learned he is scared of dying and prison and doesn't know when to face the music and realize it's the end of the line. He's a bit of a coward tbh.

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    3. Lose all the respect for el chapo you want madam guns blazing.
      -- did not last 40 years in the business by being an obstreperous big mouth that just up and goes shooting it up with anybody any time of the day at the drop of a hat, he has some education, of the kind they do not teach you

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    4. Atracomulca jorge hank rohn and his AFO'S MURDERED BISHOP POSADAS OCAMPO, and el chapo got put in prison.
      --la chapa never had a problem with soldiers or police, even federal police and ginirals and governors co-existed with him peacefully,..
      --la chapa did not arrest Mochomo, but it looks suspicious enough, to el barbas la chapa was guilty, he started his "war" when he cooked his mind and went to war, that resulted in: atracomulca peña nieto and genarco garcia luna got all of his marbles and canicas, not el chapo...
      --now is el chapa's turn to hand over "el dinero o la vida" plata o plomo, to atracomulca peña nieto and his gang of police and military, including generals, governors, and presidente, the dogs are hungry as a manada de perros texanos.

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    5. Yeah Chapos a mastermind running through sewers like the ninja turtles

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    6. I doubt la chapa ever met teddy roosevelt, but like him, la chapa "speaks softly and carries a big stick", then he went and facked it all up, like teddy, who would not remain "bought"...
      Who is Madam Guns Blazing?
      Another disrespectful anonymous lonely nobody?

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    7. How is he scared of prison when he is asking to go to a medium security prison ? Hater much

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  19. Stop hating on the man geez people

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  20. and why the fuck would the mexican government do this?
    lol at the pathetic pablo escobar wanna be maneuver. the government already has him. why would they even entertain this thought? if they do this, it would be a monumental embarrassment for mexican justice, whatever is left of it.

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    1. The only reason Pablo got what he wanted was because his full out war against the Colombian state was very successful. He was killing a lot of prominent politicians and police men and he was kidnapping scores of individuals he used as bargaining chips to make extradition illegal. So basically Escobar had a little thing called leverage, something this little midget doesn't seem to understand. The only leverage I can think Chapo may have is information, very nasty dirt on important politicians. But that's not as good a bargaining chip as the daily car bombs our narcoterrorist pal Escobar was using as leverage. Don't really understand what Chapo is thinking. Must be his huge ego making him think he can get house arrest lmfao. What a joke

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  21. No doubt he's between a rock and a hard place. In my opinion, his best chance is to somehow game the Mexican judicial system. OJ did this in the US and it was successful. Chapo has infinite more resources and is working with an infinitely more corrupt system. Odds are not good but this is the only hope for him.

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  22. Yes he is not your typical narco boss we are talking about el chapo here people.

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    1. What you trying to say?...Many of them come from the same background.

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    2. Not many of them have any manners, or manneers? And not many of them have lasted as much, la chapa has even more followers than epn...
      --la chapa never had any formal education, and see what he did with the only business he ever knew...
      --Peña nieto HAD opportunities, and an "education" and see what he is doing with the best businesses he ever got his paws on, "sell'em away in a fire sale", for mordidas and kickbacks, and Casitas chiquitas and casa blancas grandes in the shape of a white elephant...
      --Mexicans should have a vote, extradite the narcos or the politicians?

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  23. He's not going to snitch on drug dealers,that would get him nada. He is going to snitch on politicians,so you never know house arrest might not be a bad idea,lots of heads are going to roll.

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    1. Politicians = indirect drug dealers my friend. Chapo will get house arrest and all the haters out there will be reading about it at home with your sucks open like your catching flies. Who sings that rap song, "Thinking of a master plan" besides Chapo of course. It's a chess game and nobody is in check mate yet. Once Chapo is home kicking back with his kids and enjoying his moms home cooking and his young wife then he will call it stale mate and retire there with federal protection acting as prison guards around his property. Fighting it out in court would reveal too many indirect drug dealers = politicians. No different than Chapo himself.

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    2. Hahaha! Like anyone would ever believe Chapo when and if he "names U.S. politicians" under his payroll! Even if he names one, just one so called corrupt U.S. politician (which could mean a death sentence itself for him), Chapo will never get house arrest!
      House arrest is for political prisoners not for stupid dope dealers! That is how the world works! In the meantime keep dreaming and getting off to Chapo the big shot who was once also said was never going to be recaptured!

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    3. El chapo no es un perro muerto de hambre como los politicos, los politicos se lo tragan vivo a la chapa...
      --pero con dinero baila el perro, mas menos, como cuanto costaria un perdoncito presidencial?
      --if the US can do it, mexico can do it, as a part of the process of learning to do "Justice A La The American Way"

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    4. ^^^ you are right about that one

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    5. 5:38 1Billion.. 900. 98. 1 for EPN.. & The other million for taxes..

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    6. 10Million for taxes.. 1%... Lol

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    7. Is that what they do?

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  24. He better get a deal in the US before a presidential change. Can you imagine if Trump is president and the deal has not been confirmed?

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    1. Snitch on the politicians....the us gov. Knows already how high the payoffs go. Nothing new there. What value does this info. have?

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    2. Everyone knows drug dealers are involved,no value there.politicians on the other hand don't want there names associated with a cartel hence house arrest for his silence.

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  25. A two escapee...that we go against him...even when he tries to negotiate with the U.S on a medium security prison

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  26. He should get the same time Moreira got.

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    1. Ya le deben al chapo como diez años de arresto injustificado...

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  27. Let's (the U.S. government with my taxes), build a house inside Huntsville prison yard in Texas for this motherfucker! A house is a house in my book! This way he can house those dogs that eat ahead of him also!

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  28. So in Chapo's mug shot...is that considered his Resting Bitch Face? - El Sol Perdido

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  29. Will someone please educate this idiot and his attorney on the rules of extradition. You can agree to it yes, but you do not set the terms. He is literally trying to agree to a crime that would almost be a misdemeanor. Who extradite for misdemeanors? Man get your tail over here and answer to your wrong doing. The only difference between him and the other capos is he escaped twice with bribery. So that entitles him? I think not. House arrest? He must be suffering from serious delusions from his current imprisonment. He escaped twice through illegal acts and he expects someone to trust he will do as he is told if let out? If Mexico fall for that crap, they deserve everything that is happening there.

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    1. 3:37 not all the mexicans are the criminal puppets of the US.
      --The mexican governing narco-mierdocracia is the criminal puppet of the US, and both of them created the need for drugs in the addicts and the drug traffickers, AND both of them took money from the narcos.
      --you are suffering of delusions of being the great judge master of the "mexicans" because you are un pendejo, or a pendeja, 3:37

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    2. Watch him get it though

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    3. He's used to everything being on his terms for how many years?I agree he's delusional or maybe mental illness setting in.Maybe early Alztheimer's?

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    4. La chapa just did his part in a many pronged operation, just accuse and indict everybody, dead or alive, and leave no stone unturned, no mercy for them in their old age, they are grampas and dying now, time is running out...
      --mexicans presidents with the most highest and excellent retirement packages and unheard of benefits in the hundreds of millions of PESOS, entitled to hundreds of servants and office help, on top of their corruption, will be hardest to catch...

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  30. Hang on, what the fuck does this guy think he's up for? Shoplifting?

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  31. He's just lookN out 4 himself....I remember a few years ago when every 1 was on his jock N now look what happened 2 all his groupies:)....he was gonna take over Mexico N what not

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  32. I rely do think that el Sr. GUZMAN cam and will do this, he has more money than any other dime or nickel trafficker, send tons of drugs to a over the world and still is, so please, anything can go for him in his favor

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    1. That is the point. He should had STOPED a long time ago. Now, there you have it.

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    2. I do not care what happens to any narco, even if he is innocent, not proven guilty, or plainly innocent...
      --I do resent, the impunity that influential americans have blessed themselves with...
      Americans who have been proven to have reaped immense benefits, for many many more billions of dollars than el chapo and his associates, in association with all kinds of banks, fraud to medicare, to the irs, to the SAVINGS AND LOANS, to the american taxpayers, and have it all secretly invested, tax free, in China of all places, among many other secret accounts...

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  33. Fyi to all the $35k a year mediocre miserable fucks, money talks and shit walks. Now instead of pretending to be smart and talk about politics that you have no knowledge about besides what you read and see on tv, you'll look prettier with your mouths shut while you walk your ass to your local tax place hoping for a return not realizing the country you so much defend is robbing you to support the prison system. So yeah maybe house arrest would be a good consideration so your american tax dollars wont be spent on supporting him.

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    1. I'd rather have my tax dollars support him.

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  34. I guess you are right about what you just said (12:59) because that man has a lot of power I've read alot about this man and yes he will get what he wants even if he were to be in the US

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  35. read BB all the time cause it is very interesting, but have never commented on anything..however @ Feb 27 4:05 am..this for you... "thinking of a master plan" is an old school classic hip hop verse by Eric B and Rakim in a song called "Paid in Full"... widely considered a hip hop classic...FYI

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  36. Does--SuperMax--at this time house any drug lords (what a description).

    And the kingpin laws must be they were overturned. If not would Chapo qualify for prosecution.

    Lastly, do you think the USA needs a big win and to send a message to capos by--actually--extraditing him with no deal--whatsoever?

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    1. Yep Adx houses Juan Garcia Abrego leader of the Gulf Cartel and Osiel Cardenas Guillen the founder of Los Zetas.

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    2. So EPN and his political goons took control of CDS and no one posts anything about it. Gotta love it.

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    3. 8:20 Epn took a pawn, not all the whole cds...y con ese nomás, no se la aacaba, epn nunca vió en persona como masca la iguana

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  37. Seriously, do you think this is real?

    Does this make sense?

    A "reasonable sentence"? What the fuck it is?

    Assuming that Chapo is 62, probably he intends to spend in prison no more than 10 years.
    It's totally implausibile. Guzman is accused of bringing tons and tons of drugs to the US, is accused of corruption, multiple murders...if all this things could be proven he could have to deal with multiple death penalties, or at least life imprisonment.

    And what about the medium-security jail? Ridicolous. Guzman is probably the world's most famous criminal, he is incredibly powerful, he has hundreds milions of dollars and a great corruptive power, and he is a master of prison breaks...no, the only jail for him in the US is the ADX Florence, which is much more terrible than Altiplano.

    I think all this is mere speculative gossip. Chapo is probably desperate in this moment, but he coannot be mad up to this point.

    No, there is something unclear in all this story.

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    1. I had also believed hes is eligible for the death penalty. Then it occurred to me . I seem to remember that as a part of Mexico US extradition treaty is no executions . Could have been changed since I last knew but I doubt it .

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