- The psychologist of ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán leaks ‘intimate’ information from Capo
- Four years have passed since a series of meetings were held between the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel and the specialist, but she remembers the moment of the delicate confession
- Today, the only people allowed to visit him in prison in Colorado, United States, are the two daughters he had with Emma Coronel
The psychologist of ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán leaks ‘intimate’ information about the Capo, after four years of his interviews in prison.
In an interview, the criminologist who was in charge of making the psychological profile of ‘El Chapo’ in 2016 after his escape from jail, Mónica Ramírez Cano, revealed what the drug trafficker’s ‘weakness’ is.
It has been four years since a series of encounters between the leader of the Sinaloa Cartel and the specialist took place, but she remembers the moment of the delicate confession.
According to account Wake up AmericaIt was her birthday when ‘El Chapo’ told her: ‘Have a tequila to my health’, but she refuted him, “Don’t you drink? If you don’t have vices, Joaquín? So what addiction is it? ”, To which he replied:“ women ”.
This is how the Mexican capo confessed that his great vice is women.
However, today, the only people allowed to visit him in prison in Colorado, United States, are the two daughters he had with Emma colonel.
According to the professional, in his days of confinement, “El Chapo” Guzmán must struggle between frustration, melancholy and sadness. Especially because, Ramírez says, he must regret not being able to see his mother or hear from his other children.
El Chapo Guzman was found guilty of a series of crimes related to drug trafficking and is now serving a life sentence. However, his attorneys continue to work to file an appeal against that ruling.
Chapo’s lawyers appeal in extremis against his life sentence
Chapo appeals a life sentence. The lawyers of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera, who was one of the men most wanted by the US Government for drug trafficking, presented last night, with half an hour before the deadline expired, the appeal against a chain sentence perpetual law that was issued against drug traffickers on July 17, 2019.
The appeal document, registered by attorney Marc Fernich and most of which will remain sealed until the authorities decide to make it public, assures in its presentation that during the trial conducted by Judge Brian Cogan there were ten legal errors.
His legal team maintains that there were irregularities in his extradition from Mexico, that the harsh conditions of confinement before the trial hampered the preparation of his defense or that prosecutors were allowed to present excessive graphic evidence about the alleged 26 murders in which he was involved. El Chapo and by those he was not being tried, which, they argue, set the court members against him.
In addition, among other allegations, they ensure that during the investigation evidence, telephone conversations and text messages from the accused were illegally collected.
Likewise, the Mexican’s defense once again insists that some members of the jury allegedly did not fulfill their promise not to follow the trial through media coverage. They are based for this on an interview in the “Vice” medium that one of the members of the jury granted under anonymity after the conclusion of the trial.
The drug trafficker’s robes already tried unsuccessfully last year to repeat the process, raising this last argument.
Finally, they request that another judge investigate whether the prosecutors and the judge engaged in improper secret communications.
The defense of the Mexican, former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel, He went to the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York at the stroke of midnight and on the last day he had to challenge the sentence imposed by Judge Brian Cogan after a trial held under strict security measures in federal court from the Eastern District of New York.
On August 13, the defense requested to extend the deadline for delivering the documents by two weeks to present the appeal documents against what they consider to be an unfair trial, after El Chapo was found guilty of sending tons of drugs to the United States. ., of maintaining a continuing criminal enterprise and firearms charges.
Guzmán Loera himself, known as “el Rápido” because of the way he distributed the drug, denounced before hearing the sentence alleged mistreatment in the federal prison in Manhattan, where he spent two years.
The Mexican faced a three-month judicial process in which 56 witnesses were heard, including former partners and employees, and after six days of deliberations the jury found him guilty on February 12, 2019.
Once the judge handed down the sentence, El Chapo was sent to the high security prison in Colorado known as the Alcatraz of the Rockies or “Supermax”, from where no one has been able to escape, and for the last year he has dedicated himself to work on your appeal with your attorneys.
This prison, whose official name is Administrative Maximum Facility (ADX) and opened its doors in 1994, is considered one of the safest in the world and is destined to house the most dangerous inmates and others who represent a threat to national security .
Their cells are concrete walls and soundproof to prevent communication with other inmates, some have no windows, and inmates spend 23 hours alone, with minimal contact with prison staff. The pipes of the units into which the prison is divided do not transmit sound.
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