Tuesday, February 12, 2019

New released video and photos of Chapo extradition reveals he was emotional

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat from DEA/DOJ

 Booking photos after landing in NY



DOJ/DEA released this video today of Chapo landing in NY after extradition from Mexico.  He is visibly shaken and teary

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  1. Sucks to be him right now

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    1. i feel sorry for this guy''really''i just hope the rest of the world realize that selling drugs aint worthit -mr guzman i can see in your eyes all the regrets just pray brother.@#%south africa@#%$

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  2. Nothing wrong with crying. WE ALL CRY. It doesn’t make us any less of a person. I think he was just overwhelmed with emotion on that day. Probably thought he’d never be handed over to the Americans. Things could’ve been worse for him. He could’ve just as easily ended up stuck in a video with a chainsaw coming at him. I think sooner or later his enemies would’ve eventually caught up to him. - Sol Prendido

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    1. His enemies? Common be realistic. His enemies wouldve never got to him. He wasn't a regular ol drug dealer. 🤦‍♂️ oh the stupidity

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    2. They got to his kids genius. Chapos downfall was his ego. So yeah they would’ve eventually got to him some how. Too many betrayals there. - Sol Prendido

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    3. How many security rings would his "enemies" have to go through to catch him? Or they would have to infiltrate the Sierra sinaloense? Te la mamaste sol neta pa imbecil no se estudia

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    4. You said it best his "kids" 🤦‍♂️ chapo wouldnt be in jalisco fine dining knowing it's in enemies turf. Einstein

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    5. Seeing as how so many of you guys are upset that he lost in court. I hope that you at least write to him often now that he’s gonna be in ADX. Nunca acabe la escuela. Pero tampoco nunca pisaré ADX sabios. - Sol Prendido

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    6. OHHHHHHHHHKAYYYYYYYYY SOLECITO LMAO

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    7. Sol....I have no problem with his conviction. My problem with the trial was all the deals they made with just as evil men to get an easy conviction. And still no seizure of $$$. He's going where he deserves. But since he's been locked up, the drugs have not slowed. In the end, they cut deals with monsters to get him and they didn't need to.JMO

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    8. Yea GrandeRojo it’s weird how that played out. Convict 1 bad guy just to release many other bad guys so leniently. - Sol Prendido

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    9. Well put ElGrandeRojo.
      Drugs will continue to flow and backroom deals will continue. All this at a very high cost to American taxpayers.
      Justice was partially served and partially dismissed. Depending on how one looks at it.

      Good input.
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    10. Yes sir...it just depends on what end you're on. The whole trial was a sham.

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    11. His downfall wasn't his ego but his sloppiness when it came to women.

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    12. 6:47 la sierra de sinaloa? he was hanging out in los mochis and mazatlan when they caught him without ringsof security just el condor

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    13. How many mother's, sister's, wives, brothers, fathers, cousins and politicians did he make cry?

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  3. The DOJ sending more propaganda out to the world to let it be known that no one is too powerful for the USA.. why humiliate the little guy?

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    1. Boo-hoo! The guy is responsible for thousands of deaths, a freaking video showing him crying is nothing compared to what he deserves.

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    2. I think thousands have cry on what this man did. Hin crying doesn’t make me happy or sad. But justice is not a happy ending for criminals. You have to live with that.

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    3. Why don’t the DEA reveal they are on CDS payroll also?! Yeah sit back like the cunts you’s are 🖕🏼 Fucked up as justice system.

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    4. At 6:53....stop acting like you knew the guy personally. If you lost a loved one because of him and his thug followers...you wouldn’t be blaming the DEA or justice system. Hilarious how many Mexicans act as though Chapo was something special. I guess every ethnicity needs their O.J.!!!

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    5. Why not? He did it to himself.

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    6. Too many Mexicans taking this shit personal,get a life,you all need to stop crying never mind chapo ?

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    7. Guys a peice of shit. Its loonie toons time Chapo. If i was s guard I would turn his heat down feed him shit and never turn off the lights. Good riddance chapo you cry baby bahahaha.

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    8. More like CDS is on Dea payroll—now cia I’ll buy they are playing both sides

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  4. HE WILL BE OUT PRETTY SOON WE WILL MAKE IT OUR SOLE PRIORITY FOR THE MEANWHILE GIVE THE " PEOPLE "SLEEP FOR NOW . -JAMES BOND OO7-

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    1. Jaja!!! His ass will be so damned bored for the rest of his life!!!!!!

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  5. This illustrates the power of America (not bragging just pointing it out). It brought one of the most powerful narco war lords to tears. Not surprised they released it now, this makes him look human and it could easily have influenced a juror. Also I believe his legacy just took a big hit when he wiped away that tear (I'm not ridiculing him, I'm sure many of us would react the same way in his position, but to many in the drug trade that was a sign of weakness.)

    Thanks again to chivis and company for making this website great.

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    1. They see it as a sign of weakness until they get caught, then they turn to little bitches

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    2. You would also cry tough guy @5:49

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    3. Seen american powerfuls like sissys as well. Nothing new

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    4. I bet everybody that CJNG or another rival of Sinaloa will put this in a narcomanta in the next week.

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    5. I’m bragging. He locked up 4 life!!!!!

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    6. Bitches they are!

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    7. a narcomanta of Chapo crying would be priceless. I would actually pay to see that

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    8. Juan Garcia Abrego was the same...he was so upset they administered him Valium

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    9. Little wuss when faced with real justice...

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    10. Americans find any opportunity to inflate their egos even more. Your Government is crooked through and through. No one in the world likes USA and it's because we know your history better than you mongoloids do. Your country is criminal, surviving off of the revenue from stolen oil and your Govt is so cowardly that they have to spy on every country in the world out of fear. China has already started the take over and you fatties will be shitting yourselves with what China is capable of doing to you all.

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    11. Haha most of you pussies cry when you get pulled over for a speeding ticket so shut up

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  6. It's a shame the parents of dead children murdered by Capo Chapo's drugs and violence don't have a forum to shed their tears.
    Too bad we won't see the tears he sheds every day for the last years of his life in a very small closet sized cell. He deserves no mercy.

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    1. What's too bad is that America keeps sniffing it up. These otrocities would not happen if it wasn't for our demand of the product. Legalize it pendejos, look at Europe

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    2. They can always choose to not sell it and to not kill anyone. It’s so easy to blame everyone else. It’s well known that bringing and selling drugs in the US is illegal. Don’t wanna go to jail then don’t do it

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  7. Once again, Justice prevails in TAmerica. The biggest and baddest don't mean shit here, you will be brought to your knees.

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    1. ok, that was pretty cringeworthy, even for BB comment section standards

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    2. American justice triumphs ? I hope your being sarcastic ?
      OJ anyone ?

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    3. Justice in America are you freaking kidding! It’s generally a travesty of justice in our country… Unless of course you have money, but even if you have money if the government is out to get you as they were Chapo no rules apply will hold some sham of a trial And handicap his defense the equivalent of a person with no arms and legs
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    4. Michael jackson any one?

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  8. If the US wanted to belittle him, Emma would be arrested after the trial. The US has all the evidence against her. Then the DEA ICE agents would have matching crying pictures.

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    1. Ice? Listen to this hateful ignorant moron. Emma is probably more american than your p.o.s. lame ass.

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    2. What evidence moron???
      Send the link where they do!!!
      The recording where she is making deals etc

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    3. Clowns defending these people ?

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    4. Clowns defending the crooks from the u.s goverment?

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    5. Emma was born is the U.S. numb nut

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  9. I actually feel for the man no one truly can say he was bad the ppl he killed were all cartel related

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    1. Wrong man a lot of people that worked for him killed thousands of innocent people robbed kidnaped many more thats a fact is he the worst of the bunch hell no will anything change hell no!

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    2. He helped destroy the culture of a beautiful people. Shut your god damned mouth.

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    3. What about the thousands of lives lost to overdoses in America from the heroin and fentanyl that he and his organization brought in... far worsened the opioid epidemic here in America by flooding the market with this shit after the government went after doctors for overprescribing and left a nation hooked... so yea go tell that to the families of loved ones that have lost their lives to his evil products... wake up

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    4. So what.if i work at mcdonalds and kill some1 over a big mac or whatever it doesnt make ronald mcdonald responsible

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    5. @8:13 PM

      For real. If i saw him getting eaten alive by cancer i wouldn’t bat an eye and quite frankly the fact that people are ready to be sorry for this piece of shit and don’t even think about all the lives ruined by him and the likes of him, this infuriates me beyond belief.

      El Cabrón De Tamaulipas

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    6. @8:21 well that’s the people’s choice
      It’s not like chapo put a gun on their heads to consume drugs
      26 yrs old... have been offered drugs and have never done it.

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    7. Big Macs aren’t illegal are they? And when was the last time there was a beheading over a Big Mac?

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    8. 8:21

      ITS CALLED FREE WILL!

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    9. It isn’t McDonalds fault bc McDonalds didn’t tell you to do it and didn’t pay you to do it lmao

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  10. What good is it to have billions if you are eating a green bologna sandwich every other day for the rest of your life.. The best diet in prison is Kosher (Jewish) diet. Read up on Jewish religion just in case you need to convert during your next stay.

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    1. at ADX that is one good thing, the food is good and you have a choice of menus

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    2. That whole flight back was probably dea explaining how adx is- id be crying too- good food or not lol

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    3. When I was younger and stupid took me a while to catch on why some had religious diet

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    4. I had a bologna sandwich one time in the 7 years while in The feds.. P.S the Jewish food was trash in the feds!!

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  11. At one point in the video he looks to have a healing bruise under his right eye. The upper lid definitely has a small cut and the lower looks red. Still doesn’t explain them both watering though.

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  12. I been to jail and the reason of glossy eyes is that your tired and sleepy due to processing,not that your crying.

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    1. AGREE 100%. He looks tired, not crying. Look at his red eyes. This happens to me also when i'm tired, my eyes are red and teary...

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    2. It is stated in DEA and CIA interrogation manuals that detentions (or in this case extradition) should be surprising and with force, if possible while the detainee is asleep for more shock. I agree with this comment, this was an intentional prep for interrogation.

      Every detainee is trated differently but I am guessing Chapo falls under this category (For educational reasons);

      3. The greedy, demanding character.
      This kind of person affixes himself to others like a leech and clings obsessively. Although extremely dependent and passive, he constantly demands that others take care of him and gratify his wishes. If he considers himself wronged, he does not seek redress through his own efforts but tries to persuade another to take up the cudgels in his behalf -- "let's you and him fight." His loyalties are likely to shift whenever he feels that the sponsor whom he has chosen has let him down. Defectors of this type feel aggrieved because their desires were not satisfied in their countries of origin, but they soon feel equally deprived in a second land and turn against its government or representatives in the same way. The greedy and demanding character is subject to rather frequent depressions. He may direct a desire for revenge inward, upon himself; in extreme cases suicide may result.

      The greedy, demanding character often suffered from very early deprivation of affection or security. As an adult he continues to seek substitute parents who will care for him as his own, he feels, did not.

      The interrogator dealing with a greedy, demanding character must be careful not to rebuff him; otherwise rapport will be destroyed. On the other hand, the interrogator must not accede to demands which cannot or should not be met. Adopting the tone of an understanding father or big brother is likely to make the subject responsive. If he makes exorbitant requests, an unimportant favor may provide a satisfactory substitute because the demand arises not from a specific need but as an expression of the subject's need for security. He is likely to find reassuring any manifestation of concern for his well-being.

      In dealing with this type -- and to a considerable extent in dealing with any of the types herein listed -- the interrogator must be aware of the limits and pitfalls of rational persuasion. If he seeks to induce cooperation by an appeal to logic, he should first determine whether the source's resistance is based on logic. The appeal will glance off ineffectually if the resistance is totally or chiefly emotional rather than rational. Emotional resistance can be dissipated only by emotional manipulation.

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    3. He don't look tired he looks like hes holding back tears.

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    4. Hes crying face it.

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    5. Matt also throw in that when you’re arrested by the DEA they are complete assholes at least the ones who arrested me were and they intentionally say and do things to humiliate and belittle you for example breaking all of your shit as a search your house and saying oh sorry was that valuable to me either acronym Should be drug enforcement assholes

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    6. I support the DEA. Keep up the good work gentlemen. 👏🏿 - Sol Prendido

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    7. How can you support the DEA, sol, when you consider drug users domestic enemies? The military oath I took does not define drug users as domestic enemies, if it did the DEA should stay out of it since, according to you twisted ignorance, the military should be used. I doubt you will understand.

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    8. If the DEA needs someone to break anything for them. Hit me up. You don’t even have to pay me for that deed. I can provide my own tools and meals as well. I’d be willing to work for FREE just to show these moron dope pushers and users who’s really in charge. - Sol Prendido

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    9. Well, sol, you just repeated yourself without answering the apparent contradiction in your thought.

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    10. The DEA doesn't need to ask for your help simply open your eyes and go to the streets and get to work then report back.

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  13. Somethings I still cant believe he risked it all just for a interview with that smuge face actor, damm.

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    1. Thats what I said and the Flores brothers and that interview was the dumbest things ever.

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    2. Its called sweeping for electronic devices. Security personnel should have been shot.

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    3. I hate that guy. Even before this shit show

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  14. I want to see the D.O.J go after the corrupt Mexican politicians that were in conhoots with extradited an prosecuted an convicted like he was..who is with me

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    1. At 6:22 that will never happen because the U.S will hella burn itself.

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    2. Ralphie Mex politician s are in Mexico, they are not in the US, logic error.

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    3. @10:40..in conhoots with chapo

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  15. I don’t support cartels or non of that stuff
    However, from what I’ve seen this man is well regarded In Sinaloa for everything he did and how much he helped the people from there.
    Some of y’all might talk shit here of chapo but wouldn’t if he had you in front of him.
    Point is el man si se dedicaba al narcotrafico no como ya casi todos los de mas que a puro secuestro y cuotas.
    Soy de Tamaulipas por eso digo eso
    #RespectSr.701

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    1. People back then used to live poor but safe not having to worry about shootings and Kiddnappings now they live ok but always have to watch there back sad how you don’t recognize how many people where killed by these criminals including kids

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  16. He crying coz he will never see any of his people again it's over , I bet sum of the most ruthless people throughout history cried to just no cameras about to see it

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  17. he should of went out shooting

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  18. So the government just made a example by railroading chapo, sure they had tons of evidence but also didn't give the defense much to work with with all the gag orders. He deserves some time but also those people that are shooting up fetty and snorting coke and smoking meth are still going at it, so does he deserve life? If he goes to jail anybody and everybody should go also from the bankers here in the states to the DEA/CIA who looked the other way for some juicy Intel on other cartels.If we really are gonna take the moral high road let's do it with some class and send everyone making money off to add cause this seems like a hollow victory

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  19. Chapo is emotional because he knows that he will see his family very soon in Mx.

    Sicario006 and Antrax Black Ops, that was trained by an ex Delta Force CAG, will bust him out any minute now.The team has very powerful weapons such as the Walther MP, Silenced HK MP6 ,Barrett M82 and Benelli M4 Super 90 auto matic shotguns.They also carry RPG's. They are undercover and not driving around in blackout bulletproof Jeep Rubicon's and specially modified BMW all terrain motorcycle.

    El Mero Mero Pedo

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    1. Hahaha where do you guys come from?

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  20. Imagine the tears his victims cried when they begged for their lives. Let him rot.

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    1. I agree.. chalk shouldn't shead not one.... 20 or more yrs in the game he should've known what's up

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  21. Just like I said from the start. They made "an example out of chapo"

    Should have gone out like el mas loco, Tony tormenta or Escobar

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  22. Not so tough after all.. all that snitching and now got snitched on...
    snitchaloa at is finest

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    1. Everybody cries though lol you dont know much..

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    2. Only time it's ok to cry is when your drunk of tequila !!
      All his corridos said he was a bad ass but really turned out to be a chump

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    3. I didn't cry in jail.

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  23. He was not crying maybe sleep deprived the air who knows being processed here in Los Angeles county took days I never slept until a permanent bed was given the constant movement and the floor was your bed. So I don’t see any tears shade remember he is a monster no remorse he lived his life he wanted to retire anyways so

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  24. I think chapo is thinking of all the lives he has taken and ruined . See he is remorseful .

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    1. No no friend he is saying the gringos got me and they don't play in U.S. I'm fucked

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  25. reckon he wishing he should of just stayed in Mex jail and bought what he wanted. Instead he will go crazy in ADX

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  26. It all started with those twins from Chicago. Beware of your associates.

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    1. Nah, it was way before that. The Twins just made it easier. They had the Cifuentes clan and Chupeta. The IT guy was a big hit for the Chapo as well. His whole network was being tapped so he was gonna fall.

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    2. You cant be aware of your associates. when you are in that business you have to work with traitors, or else you cant move drugs. Its a backstabbing career path and no way around it.

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    3. It started in snitchaloa

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  27. I hope they go after Emma C. It would be pretty awesome to see her get Charged for aiding and abetting a fugitive. They should also charge her for money laundering. She is damaged goods.

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    1. Look here chihuahua that was done in mexico. So u like the u.s should mind your own fkn business.

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    2. Shit... that ass ain't damaged!! You know ole chaps wasn't hitting that right! Cholo Vago gonna handle that when he is released!

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    3. Hostile much ? I apologize if my comment made you sad panda but I'm sure DOJ can bring her to trial under RICO or any other federal statute. It's over for the short man ADX will be his new home 23 hour lock down with the 1 hour enclosed yard time. No need to glorify a man who made his wealth thru suffering.

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    4. Perro corriente the u.s made its money through way more peoples suffering so stfu already

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  28. Benjamin Arellano Felix must be sleeping very well to the tune of this news this week.

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  29. From the appearance of his eyes (wide open) facial expressions and body language is it possible he was drugged? Could the authorities have administered something to him for the flight? He doesn't look sedated but he also does not appear natural either. His eyes and facial expressions seem to be over exaggerated. Unless that is what nerves and anxiety look like in someone who is in as much trouble as he is.

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  30. He should have went out like a Boss of Bosses!#Botasblancas

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    1. Who cares how he should of went out I’m just glad to see one more basturd hit the dust

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    2. Yeah... Shot up... Pants down!!

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  31. ESO LE PASA POR LA AMBICION DE QUERERSE COMER TODO EL PASTEL EL SOLITO TRAICIONANDO COMPADRES PARIENTES Y AMIGOS NADA QUE VER CON EL POLLO GUZMAN Y EL MORENO GUZMAN EL QUE OBRA MAL SE LE PUDRE EL CULO

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  32. No matter what you thought of him he’s a necessary evil he kept México calm and he did his job , now México is unsafe and have all these new wannabe cartels killing more innocent people .I don’t blame him for all the stupid addicts killing themselves with fentanyl it’s just weeding out all the weak people .

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    1. Give this vato a cold one.

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    2. He started the war he made Mexico worse.

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    3. He started the war you dumbass.. Nuevo Laredo.. Juárez.. Tijuana.. and many other plazas.

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  33. He looks zombied out. Like he hasn’t slept for days. Was he not complaining on deprivation of sleep? Personally I would cry if I couldn’t get some sleep.lol

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  34. For you kiddies who dream of being in the cartel, let this be a lesson. At the end of the day, Chapo would trade his life to sell hot dogs in the snow!

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    1. Just become a politician,banker,DEA,or President,you can do the same just get away with it

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    2. If you think drugs or drug dealing is cool, you are still too young to understand. I guarantee La Barbie and Mochomo are not sitting in a cell thinking about how happy they are they sold a lot of drugs.

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  35. He shed 1 tear...and everyone gets all excited 🙄

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  36. His life from here on out will be very cold, lonely and bleak. He has a good 30 years left to live.

    He can't buy, cheat, lie, torture or murder his way out of this one. It's over, he knows it, and he is scared like a little kid.

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    1. Hes realizing he has no chance to return to mexico, and that he will probably never see his mom or at least some of his kids again. That's a huge change in someones life, but he should have thought about it a long time ago and made some adjustments to his life

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  37. Anyone ever see that video on youtube of some fat Mexican dudes in a prison talking about "lo estamos esperando, señor....aqui tiene todo!" I won't post a link because it's probably not allowed. Anyway, too bad Chapo won't be going with them, he'd have it made. hahahah

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    1. That was a low level prison in California I remember that

      -El E1

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    2. That's an independent prison in Tracy that contracts with the federal bureau of prisons, the video was featured here in BB a while back. It's just a bunch of chumps high talking mad nonsense.

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    3. Chumps I doubt not CDS has far tentacles

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  38. I don't know if he is crying or not--but they woke him from a sound sleep and he was in NYC 10 hrs later. NOT days.

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    1. Have you ever been busted Chivis it's a lot stress aND tireing process

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  39. I don't htink he was emotional. His eyes are just bugged out because of his eye lid surgery. Nobody likes to get old.

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  40. Chapo also cried when his son got killed. FUN FACT: Men cry , an waters wet. Morons

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  41. Most of the comments say that Chapo killed thousands of people, so how many of them where truely innocent, and out of the thousands was he really the one that killed them himself

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  42. “Don’t let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.”

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  43. Wait for when Mencho faces US justice, he too will be on the microscope, his cartel, has done lots of damage, in regards to crimes just like Chapo. Soon he will be online.

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    1. Mencho is having, his henchmen dig tunnels, to escape being captured.

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    2. Will be interesting to see how it goes down with mencho I'm sure he will have a different approach to chapo , what do you guys think

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  44. He knew he was done. No women in jail no prostis no luxuries not a damn thing. No bribes to corrupt guards. Welcome to usa. I bet chapo regrets meeting with that dumb hoe and Shawnn penn now. You stupid bastard. The dea all on chapos nuts like hes a genius. He was just another dumb ass drug lord after all.

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    1. he likely could had easily remained annonymous and on the large had he indeed not met Penn. Fooooolish mistake.

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  45. I don’t wish jail to anyone. May god bless him and hope he finds peace.

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  46. Hi Emma,
    My name is Juan. I like hiking, dancing and movies. I’m a little shy but I love meeting interesting ladies. Feel free to respond. Serious inquires only.

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    1. Wtf this site is a joke

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    2. 221 then kick rocks lame. I'm glad the trial is over. Now all you hipsters can leave the bb community alone.

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  47. too bad this wont fix anything. el negocio sigue adelante on 4x4 wheels saludoz 😎

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    1. Aguevo pero estos imbeciles que creen en capitan america con tanta droga que se metieron sus jefes por esos estan como estan de pendejos. Piensan que agarrando al chapo las guerra se acabo como si fuera un cuento de Disney.

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    2. 7:59 even the prosecutors said the war isn’t over

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    3. It's not supposed to fix anything.

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  48. The u.s still got not one peso of his..lol they were hoping he plead guilty n gave up money like others..

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  49. his new nickname should be 'El Chumpo'

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  50. So what if everyone cries when they get sentenced?
    It is still funny as hell for those of us not getting into trouble.
    Hahaha.

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  51. Rapido para ADX 😂

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    1. At least he didn't give up a penny to you gringos puto

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    2. 11:56 do you think the government will just give up? No one loves money more than americans they already said they will keep investigating him even though he’s already convicted. They won’t give up until they get something.

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  52. My eyes would be red and watery too if I was woken at 3am. What do you all expect, smiling and looking fresh?
    Vampiro

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  53. He was sleepy, Sinaloans don't cry!
    Vampiro Fronterizo

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  54. Everybody cries when they get convicted say some nuthuggers.
    Does this mean we are suppossed to feel empathy for Chapo? Or sympathy???
    Fuck that!

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  55. In the video I replaced you can see his eyes were not red or teary until he was being booked

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  56. Crying? Fuck him and the whore mother who carried him. What about all of the lives lost either by his hand or by his blessing. Fuck him...I honestly think this is all bullshit..hes probably protected sipping wine while all of the rest of the dumb fucks follow a "trial" where you never see him but in sketches...no wonder we Hispanics get a bad name...stupid...stupid stupid...Que puta pena....

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  57. 3:59 . Part of what you say I don't agree with . The part where you say he is laid back sipping wine . They got his sorry ass and all the riches he has compiled wont do him any good .
    Speaking of his riches all the people on here saying they wont get it . None of you thought they had anything but dishonest snitches either . It turned out they had a very solid undisputable air tight case . Nobody deserves what they get more than Chapo .

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  58. Anyone that thinks that they have the right to extradite that man is wrong. He's a Mexican citizen. His country should have dealt with him. They're very corrupt. And they used him. In the end run he was their scapegoat

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