Sunday, July 28, 2019

ADX: Inside look El Chapo's New Home--Supermax Prison Cell

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat

30 comments:

  1. C'mon with the chapo posts. Dude is as good as dead and gone. Drug game is still going strong and will never end until full legalization with government regulation. Let's move on please

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    1. You have a choice and don't be a willis you don't speak for others or the thousands that have looked at the vid here on BB

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    2. Hey at least americans will pay for his stay. Free food, koolaid, sopas maruchanas, spreads. Hauriche, radio/tv, books and magazines. icecream , tuna, etc. and Bubba.

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  2. Animo Patron.
    Las plazas estan bien controladas. Seguiremos cuidando el imperio Guzman. I just watched the video on my highly encrypted tactical tablet and it almost brought me to tears.

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    1. Orale homeboy, your the man.

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    2. At first I hated sicario 006, but he's worn me down... I'm now a fan..lol

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    3. 7:44 using encrypted messages is Obstruction,
      you better watch you ass,
      And don't think you can acid wash and break your cell with a hammer, and brush it away with your broom like Hillary did with her imaginary 30 000+ E-mails, your messages will be recovered or made up and used against you irregardless of the truth.
      Capisci Gumba?

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    4. 006. We told you to stop. No more games with you. Your time is up!

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    5. Why do they say animo patron. Chapo cant read the damn messages.

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  3. El chapo wont bribe his way out of an American prison. RIP el chapo

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  4. That bed looks more comfortable than my bed. He has 3 meals a day. He had better life than mine.

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    1. Damn homie, what are you doing with your life?

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    2. My point he shouldn't be complaining about his jail condition. Some folks out of jail is worst that his situation. Get it?

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    3. 10:23 - I guarantee anyone locked up in solitary for just a month would do just about anything to have a shitty life on the streets instead. 3 meals a day and a thin shitty mattress aren’t as luxurious as your trying to make it sound.

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    4. I’d take flat broke, homeless, and starving to death over doing time ANY WHERE. There’s something about freedom, when you’ve had it taken away it gets a completely different value.

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    5. I bet he has free healthcare.

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  5. U went out like a chump. Now a living Hell will test ones sanity.

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    1. 10:29 Buddhist monks live over two hundred years in caves worse that this, voluntarily, now El Chapo will become a paragon of patience, he looks HEALTIER THAN EVER, nobody will be calling his name in the middle of the night to check if he is still in his cell, no horny bullies to fight off, and in one year he may be able to get a shorter sentence or start working on it.
      Nothing bad lasts over a hundred years,

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    2. How many people surrendered to sicarios hoping they could get out, and Chapo did the same thing with the US gov. Never surrender, and just as importantly, don’t be a pos like him and the rest

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    3. 7:30- no Buddhist monk ever lived in a cave for 20@ years. Those are eastern fairy tales. Yes, some monks have spent incredibly long times in caves, but no where even close to two hundred years ūüėā

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    4. 10:39 it’s ironic how he fell just as victims of his organization did

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  6. The most interesting man in the whole bunch, Doctor Ted Kaczinzky, I wonder what was done to his mind as a child Math Genius studying at Harvard, craddle of so much I civilization and home of Raul Salinas and his son, presidente Carlos Salinas de Gortari. I don't do math but Ted, who amazed so many great big mathematicians could not put together how much is two and two after just a little teaching. could have been that those damn kids made him blow a fuse or two.
    Has Ted ever published a new manifesto?

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  7. at least he didn't become a dea rat like many he took his chances knowing he wouldn't win the case but his whole family and many more will be rich for life he has many supermarket grocerie stores all over California and other states in the us he wins at the end his organization will live forever

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    1. But did they even ask for his cooperation?

      I’m sure that spending your elder years in a supermax prison doesn’t feel like winning

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    2. he did try to become a rat for the DEA pero ni lo pelaron. and he did rat like a bitch to save his son from 2 more years in prison (he did 3 pero no agauanto la sopa el cagado so le lloro a chapo que lo sacara)

      CDS= CARTEL DE SNITCHES

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    3. 1:26 Alright ! So he won this round . Sitting safely in the confines of his lair calculating his earning from the grocery stores . Wonder if that's how he is seeing it ? If he can think like that , I bet it would be easier on his mind . I bet he can only hold that mind frame for a few minutes if not seconds . I can see him smiling with a insane look in his eyes nodding his head up and down while he thinks of how he beat them again .

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  8. Not a bad home, he can relax his worries. Has a bed and roof, running water. I hour of gym time per day, the man has it made.

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