Worlds's most wanted drug lord "EL CHAPO" {Caug...

Worlds's most wanted drug lord "EL CHAPO" {Caught Again}

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Caught again. That makes it three times that the Mexican drug kingpin El Chapo has been captured. The last two followed his fabled escapes from Mexico’s top security prisons. The first, improbably, in a laundry basket in 2001. The second caught on prison cameras of him calmly disappearing into a tunnel under the shower in his cell in 2015. We can only imagine what followed: the motorbike ride down a mile-long tunnel to freedom, purportedly smashing the overhead lighting with a stick as he went.

The theatre was magnificent, but both escapes were undoubtedly carried out in collusion with very senior figures right at the top of the Mexican government, people controlled by El Chapo’s Sinaloa cartel. After his escape last summer, 87% of Mexicans believed that even the president must have known something.

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Sean Penn met with El Chapo while he was on the run in Mexico last year

Jungle meeting was organized by Penn, Mexican actress Kate del Castillo and a fixer, with the permission of the Sinaloa cartel
Drug lord admitted to supplying more heroin, meth, cocaine and marijuana than anyone else
He also boasted of having a fleet of submarines, boats, trucks and planes
Told Penn he sent a team of engineers to Germany to learn how to safely construct the tunnel into the maximum security prison he fled from in July
Actor did not turn El Chapo in as he did not want to ‘f***’ with his trust
El Chapo was recaptured on Friday in a deadly raid by Mexican marines
Mexican official said Penn interview led them to El Chapo’s hideout
Penn & del Castillo are now under investigation in Mexico, authorities said

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I am just waiting for his escape story…. again. Man it’s really outta Hollywood stuff. https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_smile.gif

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@thrifty_indian wrote:

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AS EXPECTED , he has a very beautiful wife, i don’t know if penn went to meet him or his wife

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Drug Kingpin Sits For Interview With Sean Penn
Ravi Somaiya, The New York Times |

Drug Kingpin Sits For Interview With Sean Penn
Penn and Guzman spoke for seven hours, the story reports, at a compound amid dense jungle.
Joaquin Guzman Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, started out in business not long after turning 6, selling oranges and soft drinks. By 15, he said in an interview conducted in a jungle clearing by actor and director Sean Penn for Rolling Stone magazine, he had begun to grow marijuana and poppies because there was no other way for his impoverished family to survive.

Now, unapologetically, he said: “I supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world. I have a fleet of submarines, airplanes, trucks and boats.”

Although his fortune, estimated at $1 billion, has come with a trail of blood, he does not consider himself a violent man. “Look, all I do is defend myself, nothing more,” he told Penn. “But do I start trouble? Never.”

The seven hours Guzman spent with Penn, and the follow-up interviews by phone and video, which began in October while he was on the run from Mexican and U.S. authorities, marked another surreal turn in his long-running battle to evade capture. Guzman, one of the world’s most wanted fugitives, who had twice escaped jail, was captured in his home state of Sinaloa in northwest Mexico on Friday after a gunbattle with the authorities.

The story also marks a stark admission that he has operated a drug empire. Interviewed by a group of reporters in 1993 after a previous arrest, Guzman denied that he had engaged in drug dealing. “I’m a farmer,” he said, listing his produce as corn and beans. He denied that he had used weapons or had a significant funds.

The interview with Rolling Stone, believed to be the first Guzman has given in decades, was scheduled to be published online Saturday night.

The interviews were held in a jungle clearing atop a mountain at an undisclosed location in Mexico. Surrounded by more than 100 cartel troops and wearing a silk shirt and pressed black jeans, Guzman sat down to dinner with Penn and Kate del Castillo, an actress who once played a drug kingpin in a soap opera.

Even though Mexican troops attacked his hideout in the days after the meeting, necessitating a narrow escape, Guzman continued the interview by BlackBerry Messenger and in a video delivered by courier to the pair later.

The story provides new details on his dramatic escape from prison last summer, when he disappeared through a hole in his shower into a mile-long tunnel that some engineers estimated took more than a year and at least $1 million to build. The engineers, Penn wrote, had been flown to Germany for specialized training. A motorcycle on rails inside the tunnel had been modified to run in the low-oxygen environment, deep underground.

Penn’s account is likely to deepen the concern among the Mexican authorities already embarrassed by Guzman’s multiple escapes, the months required to find him again and his status for some as something of a folk hero. Penn describes being waved through a military road checkpoint on his way to meet Guzman, which Penn suggested was because the soldiers recognized Guzman’s son. Penn said he was also told, during a leg of the journey taken in a small plane equipped with a scrambling device for ground radar only, that the cartel was informed by an insider when the military deployed a high-altitude surveillance plane that might have spotted their movements.

In the end, the Mexican authorities said Friday night that Guzman had been caught partly because he had been planning a movie about his life and had contacted actors and producers, which had helped the authorities to track him down. Penn’s story says that Guzman, inundated with Hollywood offers while in prison, had indeed elected to make his own movie. Del Castillo, whom he contacted through his lawyer after she posted supportive messages on Twitter, was the only person he trusted to shepherd the project, according to the story. Penn heard about the connection with del Castillo through a mutual acquaintance and asked if he might do an interview.

It is not clear whether the contacts described in the story were the ones that led to Guzman’s arrest. Penn wrote that he had gone to great lengths to maintain security while arranging to meet Guzman. He described labeling cheap “burner” phones, “one per contact, one per day, destroy, burn, buy, balancing levels of encryption, mirroring through Blackphones, anonymous email addresses, unsent messages accessed in draft form.” Nevertheless, he wrote, “there is no question in my mind but that DEA and the Mexican government are tracking our movements,” referring to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

Penn and Guzman spoke for seven hours, the story reports, at a compound amid dense jungle. The topics of conversation turned in unexpected directions. At one stage, Penn brought up Donald Trump, the Republican presidential candidate; there were some reports that Guzman had put a $100 million bounty on Trump after he made comments offensive to Mexicans. “Ah! Mi amigo!” Guzman responded.

Guzman asked Penn whether people in America were interested in him and laughed when Penn told him that the Fusion channel was repeating a documentary on him, “Chasing El Chapo.”

Guzman, Penn wrote, was also interested in the movie business and how it works. “He’s unimpressed with its financial yield,” wrote Penn, a two-time Academy Award winner for best actor. The “high side doesn’t add up to the downside risk for him. He suggests to us that we consider switching our career paths to the oil business.”

In a wider-ranging interview, for which Penn submitted questions that were put to Guzman on video by one of his associates, he detailed his childhood and said he had tried drugs during his life but had never been an addict and had not touched them for 20 years. He said that he was happy to be free and that the pressure of evading the authorities was normal for him.

Pushed on the morality of his business, he said it was a reality “that drugs destroy. Unfortunately, as I said, where I grew up there was no other way and there still isn’t a way to survive, no way to work in our economy to be able to make a living.” If he disappeared, he said, it would make no difference to the drug business anyway.

Asked about the violence attached to his work, he said in part it happened “because already some people already grow up with problems, and there is some envy and they have information against someone else. That is what creates violence.”

Guzman, Penn said, was familiar with the final days of Pablo Escobar, the Colombian drug boss who had previously been the world’s most notorious and who died in a shootout with the authorities. How, he asked, did Guzman see his last days? “I know one day I will die,” he said. “I hope it’s of natural causes.”

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AS EXPECTED , he has a very beautiful wife, i don’t know if penn went to meet him or his wife


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@Magus wrote:

@Annamalai Nārāyaṇa wrote:

AS EXPECTED , he has a very beautiful wife, i don’t know if penn went to meet him or his wife


Narayana… Narayana… https://cdn3.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_lol.gif

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It has option to hide wife’s and childrens too

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See the wiki pic
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@thrifty_indian wrote:

I am just waiting for his escape story…. again. Man it’s really outta Hollywood stuff. https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_smile.gif


Any Bollywood movie like d company ?
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Haven’t seen.

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The Prison Escape Movies

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  2. The Great Escape (1963) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt00...5/
  3. Escape from Alcatraz (1979) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt00...6/
  4. Prison Break (2005–2009) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt04...5/ (TV Series)
  5. Dog Day Afternoon (1975) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt00...0/
  6. Cool Hand Luke (1967) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt00...2/
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‘World Is Watching’ How Mexico Holds El Chapo: US
Agence France-Presse |

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‘World Is Watching’ How Mexico Holds El Chapo: US
Mexican authorities said that it could take a year of more to go through the process of examining a US request that Guzman be extradited for trial in the United States. (Reuters)
Washington, United States: The United States said Monday it had made it clear to Mexico that notorious drug baron Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman must not be allowed to escape again pending extradition proceedings.

“Certainly we’ve made our concerns known to Mexican authorities about the danger posed by this particular individual,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said.

“And I think it’s safe to assume that they understand that the world is watching how this case moves forward and that this individual needs to stay behind bars,” he added.

Mexican authorities said Monday that it could take a year of more to go through the process of examining a US request that Guzman be extradited for trial in the United States.

In the meantime, they have beefed up security at the Altiplano prison west of the capital, a facility from which the kingpin had escaped in July 2014 — in what was his second jailbreak.

He was recaptured on Friday after Mexican marines fought a deadly gun battle with men of Guzman’s multi-billion-dollar Sinaloa cartel, which ships drugs from Latin America to the US market.

Already convicted of multiple Mexican offenses linked to his running of the gang, Guzman faces murder, drug trafficking, kidnapping and money laundering charges in the United States.

Some in Washington have expressed concern that Guzman may make a third escape if he is left in the care of a Mexican prison system that has been found wanting twice before.

“Certainly, given what happened with him, I think it’s safe to assume that Mexican authorities know what they need to do to make sure that he stays behind bars,” Kirby said.

“I’m not an expert on Mexican prisons but again I think it’s safe to assume they understand what this gentleman is capable of and would do what they need to do to keep him behind bars.”

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