NEW YORK – In the life of the corrections, there are prisoners with security risks, and then "El Chapo"
Joaquin Guzman's drugman has an unpaid record of jailbreaks after escaping two high-
So, with Guzman, Tuesday was convicted of drug trafficking and interviewing a prospect of life expectancy, where the United States will impose royalty over Houdini's imprisonment
Experts say Guzman seems to be the ideal candidate for the "Supermax" prison in federal government in Florence, known as ADX of "maximum administration", a secure, so sensible, so-called "Alcatraz of the Rockies. "
"El Chapo claims the bill to be perfect," said Cameron Lindsay, a retired warden running through a series of schedules, including the Brooklyn City Retention Center. "I want to be completely shocked if it does not go to the ADX."
It is located outside an old mining town about two hours south of Denver, Supermax's hard buildings are the most violent offenders of the country, with many of the 400 inhabitants in its possession alone for 23 hours a day in 7-in-12-foot cells (2.1-by-3.7 meters) with fixed fittings made of reinforced concrete.
Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, Bombard Marathon bomb Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, conspirator on September 11 Zacarias Moussaoui and Oklahoma City Terry Nichols's bombing complex is among the people called at home.
But Guzman must be put to the point in June to smuggle a large number of narcotics into the United States and have many of his guides, even from Supermax's terrible because his almost metallic reputation out of his break.
That 2015 escape from the highest Altiplano security prison in the middle of Mexico, where he communicated with colleagues for a week through a mobile, slippe Drop into an escape door below his shower, Look behind the waiting motorcycle and drive it through a long-standing tunnel, to freedom.
There is a widespread belief that there is a false breach that the jailbreak, as well as 2001 escaped in which Guzman smuggled another securitory Mexican meadow in a washing basket.
"There must be consolidation from inside," said Mike Vigil, former US Drug Enforcement Administration Agent who worked underground in Mexico. "There is no doubt that both contamination has played a role in both exits."
Can Supermax happen? Not likely
Prisoners at Supermax spend years with solitary and often "and only a few words", "Amnesty International" report was found. One former prisoner, in an interview with The Boston Globe, said the locking was a "high-tech HD version designed to close every sensory attitude."
Most of the subjects in Supermax are televised, but their actuality is a 4-inch window outdoors, which even prevents the design of deciding where there is a They are located in the facility. Human interaction is not minimal. Prisoners eat all meals in their own cell unit, inside their toilets.
Hedgerows are protected by the facility itself, a casspillar, a large patrol and an attacking dog.
"If there was never an escape prison, the facility in Florence," said Burl Cain, the former former president of the State President of Louisiana Upper in Angola. "It's all jail."
Although El Chapo is not hosted by a federal authority, he has taken care of "a statement from which there is no escape and no return," said US Mr. Richard Donoghue after the January Factor.
Guzman's border that was undergoing a three-month trial included significant security measures showing a huge flight risk. It is located in a solitary comfort in the security corner of the Correctional City Center, a Manhattan caller known as "Little Gitmo" which has announced terrorists and mobiles.
Authorities have recently closed the Brooklyn bridge to the "El Chapo" shuttlement to a federal police motorcycle court including the SWAT team and tracking an ambulance at helicopters. Federal and armed officials are immensely embedded outside the federal court house in Brooklyn. Officials were also concerned about security, in fact, that Guzman was banned from his wife trying to try it.
There is no problem if it comes up in Supermax, when all contact visits and prisoners do not have a thick plexiglass screen separated from their visitors.
"Except when he is being led and taken by guards, prisoners may spend years without contacting another," received the Amnesty International report.