Hispanic Prison Gang Offers to Help El Chapo Escape

Hispanic Prison Gang Offers to Help El Chapo Escape

Hispanic prison gang offers to help notorious drug lord, Joaquin Guzman, with jail break in video filmed inside California jail after his extradition to America. Will El Chapo escape again? Hispanic prison gang offers to help notorious drug lord with jail break in video filmed inside California jail after his extradition to America WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE El Chapo is being held in Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center, MCC, He was extradited from a max security jail in Juarez, Mexico, for drugs charges A group of inmates filmed a three-minute video pledging support to Guzman They are believed to be housed in a low to minimum security prison in California They bragged about controlling the facility, said they had access to women, cell phones and drugs, and pledged to help El Chapo escape El Chapo is on trial; he pleaded not guilty to charges that he ran world’s largest drug-trafficking organization during decades-long criminal career

A group of inmates offered to help Mexican drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman escape prison in a video they filmed inside a California correctional facility.

A group of five men, using sunglasses, hats and clothes to conceal their faces, pledged their support to Guzman and bragged about their control over the prison believed to be in Taft, California.

Guzman, who is accused of running one of the world’s biggest drug-trafficking operations, was extradited from Mexico to New York last week to stand trial.

The five men delivered their message of support in a three-minute video that surfaced online after Guzman was extradited on January 19.

Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, center, was transported from a plane to a waiting caravan of SUVs at Long Island MacArthur Airport on January 19 after he was extradited from Mexico

Speaking in Spanish, the five men announced their intentions and said: ‘We want to tell the people this: If you bring ‘el señor’ here and if ‘el señor’ asks us to free him, we are going to take him out immediately.’

They bragged about having access to women, cell phones and drugs, and said they had control of the entire prison.

The group’s leader ‘Chucky’ also said he had ‘bought’ the guards at the prison.

He told the leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel: ‘Everything is ready for you. What you say is the law. Here you have more than 3,500 soldiers.’

The man seemed certain the drug lord would end up at the facility, but that remains unclear, since Guzman is wanted in six states and faces charges in a number of different judicial districts.

Federal Bureau of Prisons spokesperson Jill Tyson told the LA Times: ‘Upon learning of the video, BOP oversight staff on-site at the facility began working with the contractor to investigate the allegations of irregularities at the facility.’

The low to minimum security prison in Taft is the only facility run by a private corporation in California, according to the bureau’s website.

Guzman has been locked up in the infamous Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, which was even once compared to Guantanamo Bay

Guzman arrived in a small jet at Long Island’s MacArthur Airport on January 19, having traveled from a prison in the northern state of Chihuahua, where his cartel rules.

Guzman pleaded not guilty to charges that he ran the world’s largest drug-trafficking organization during a decades-long criminal career.

The indictment in Brooklyn, which includes 17 criminal counts, carries a mandatory minimum sentence of life in prison, Robert Capers, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York, said at a news conference last week.

U.S. prosecutors gave assurances to Mexican officials that they would not seek the death penalty in order to secure his extradition, since Mexico opposes capital punishment.

As leader of the notorious Sinaloa cartel, Guzman oversaw perhaps the world’s largest transnational cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine smuggling operation.

The cartel played a key role in Mexico’s decade-long drug war that has killed more than 100,000 people.

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