Who is El Chapo? In northern Mexico, “El Chapo” (or “Shorty”) ran the cartel. Guzmán joined Forbes ‘ list of world richest at number 701 in 2009, with an estimated $1 billion worth.
Joaquin Guzman, Mexican Drug Lord was imprisoned and moved to a Colorado “Supermax” correctional facility. For instance, nobody at any point had fled from this facility. As Prison office announced in a declaration, Friday in the United States.
Guzman was condemned to life detainment in addition to 30 years in a government court in Brooklyn on Wednesday. In conclusion, the jury convicted him of drug trafficking and engaged in multiple murder conspiracies as a leader of the Sinaloa Cartel. Which is one of the biggest, most brutal drug trafficking organizations in Mexico. Before lastly being captured in 2016, Guzman fled Mexico’s maximum-security prisons twice. Therefore, the Prison Bureau refused to comment further. On his way to Florence’s Supermax Prison, Guzman has whisked away early Friday from a secret place in New York, Jeffrey Lichtman, his lawyer, told the Denver Post. The prison was build in 1994 and is situated about 115 miles (185 km) south of Denver. It’s got about 375 prisoners.
Guzman joins a long list of well-known criminals detained in prison. They include “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski, Sept. 11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui, Terry Nichols from the 1995 bombing of Oklahoma City, “Shoe Bomber” Richard Reid, Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and Ramzi Yousef from the 1993 bombing of the New York World Trade Center.
The Supermax prison in Colorado is nicknamed “Alcatraz of the Rockies” after the prison in San Francisco, which included the gangsters Al Capone and George “Machine Gun” Kelly, and Robert Franklin Stroud, known as Alcatraz’s Birdman. Like other inmates, Guzman is likely to be restricted to a solitary cell with a tight window about 107 cm (42 inches) wide and angled upwards for about 23 hours a day, after that only the sky is visible. Therefore in his cell, he will be able to watch TV and access religious facilities and instructional programs, special constraints are used to guarantee that prisoners are unable to exert impact or threaten beyond the walls of the prison. So without being escorted, prisoners can not move around. Headcounts are made six times a day at least.