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  • 2514644 El Chapo guilty: his jailing change something?

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    The Trial and conviction of the infamous Joaquín Guzmán Loera, also known as " El Chapo , told us a lot about The Man , the multi-billion drug trade and the attempts to stop Him .

    Guzman, the Notorious Mexican drug cartel leader, has a nervous Tick.

    He tugs on His right lapel. On the tough days in the courtroom, as if His ex-mistress testified That he pulled on His jacket, More Than usual.

    in New York court for drug trafficking charges, following the successful tax evasion by U.S. and Mexican authorities for years and the escape from prison in Mexico on two occasions.

    at Other times during the process, he looked around in The Room , in a volatile manner. He is known for the tunnelling His Way to freedom, and the people in The Room said jokingly That he was looking for a way to escape.

    Shortly before The Jury deliberations began, Guzmán remained in The Search of a Way Out . He listened attentively to The Judge . The Man who had once overlooked, the Sinaloa Cartel , an enterprise, fuelled by cocaine, violence and terror, looked uneasy.

    Now, he has been found guilty of all 10 charges in connection with drug trafficking. He faces life in prison, and officials say That most likely, he Will be taken to a Federal supermax in Colorado .

    Guzmán was legendary for the Tunnel, it is for the transport of drugs under the U.S.-Mexico border, as well as to escape prison, and escape before the authorities. But no one has ever escaped from supermax, a place, a warden once described as "a clean version of hell". The Chances Are he Will die there.

    From a business perspective, he had a good run. He made a $14bn (£11bn) in the course of His career, according to the Prosecutor 's office.

    He trafficked in cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and other drugs, said a U.S. assistant attorney, and he directed a network of dealers, kidnappers and "sidekick", a Team of assassins lists on its content.

    A wanted poster in Monterrey, Mexico, El Chapo at The Top Two years ago, Guzman was extradited to the United States . His three-month trial in a New York courtroom presented More Than 50 government Witnesses , including men and women who had followed Him for years, as well as former cartel associates have decided, The Witnesses against Him , in The Hope That they would receive lighter sentences.

    The government's first witness, Carlos Salazar, a retired Customs Agent , says he has seen first-hand the violence, the Guzmán and His cartel to add members, on the people.

    Salazar had "butterflies" in the stomach When he went in the courtroom and said, a tunnel in Arizona, which he had found, one That Guzmán used for hauling brick of cocaine under the U.S.-Mexico border.

    Still, Salazar says: "I'm looking for a point to point in His direction. I made Eye Contact . "

    people such as Salazar and Brennan, who have to work or worked in law enforcement, but were not on The Prosecution , yet the study as a confirmation. "It is gratifying to see That at the highest level of drug distribution, someone would be held accountable," says New York City special drug Prosecutor , Bridget Brennan . "It gives satisfaction. "

    ", He wreaked havoc in the United States for many, many years," says Michael Mcgowan , a former FBI Undercover Agent and author of Ghost, a book That describes one of The Bureau 's investigations of Guzmán. "It's time to face The Music . "

    Prosecutor Bridget Brennan says Guzmán, the methods were "wily" Washington officials have been to the attention of: Matthew Whitaker , the US Deputy attorney General, was shaking in the courtroom One Day , hands with the prosecutors. The Announcement of the judgment was a "proud day" for you, says Mark celebration stone, a former senior director for Western Hemisphere affairs in the National Security Council. But he warns: "We're not going to win the war against the drug by the persecution of El Chapo . "

    The United States spends More Than $47bn (£36bn) of each year in The Fight against illegal drugs, according to the, a non-profit organization with headquarters in New York . However, despite the efforts to arrest drug-makers, dealers and kingpins, the problem remains daunting. 2017 72,000 people died from accidental drug overdose in the United States .

    Some analysts say That The Jury 's lead in the study of more violence, because the drug dealers are now fighting for in a post-Chapo narco-country. "This is a corporate battle," says Dennis Jay Kenney, a former police sergeant, who is now a professor at John Jay College in New York . While The Cartel jostle members of the power, he says: "It is still more corpses hanging from bridges in Mexico. "

    The study would be held in Chicago, Miami or any number of other US cities, as Guzman and the members of The Cartel had operated over The Nation .

    But officials in the U.S. attorney's office decided, the New York Prosecutor 's office had The Best chance of winning the case.

    Homeland security vans were parked outside the courthouse each morning during The Trial . A Geiger counter was located in the lobby, sitting on a table next to a gas mask.

    The Mexican police display drugs and weapons seized from the Sinaloa Cartel and "Cagey, wily," says narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan , describes Guzmán: "Really fat".

    The study showed That Guzman is the Human side. He and Mariel Colón Miró, a member of His legal Team and a current law school graduate, sat down next to each other in the court Room and handed over the notes back and forth. "There is already a client-lawyer relationship, and very professional," she says. "But there's always Room to laugh. "

    In Mexico, ballads known as "narcocorridos" are dedicated to Him , and suggested That Most People believed That he was much stronger than The Mexican government.

    the people in Culiacan, a city in The Mexican community, where Guzmán grew up, revere Him . "A great person", a book dealer, told Reuters: "It's not so bad, That he is able to escape from the United States . "

    Guzmán is also known in the United States . In a bagel shop, a few miles from the courthouse, the El Chapo Cream Cheese (antitrust is a jalapeño-members of the pack of cocaine in jalapeno cans). In a Netflix series Narcos: Mexico, he is a violent man portrayed as a cunning,.

    supporters in His home state have demonstrated for His release after the 2014, His arrest, When Guzmán was in the court Room would fall every morning, a silence. If a criminal defense lawyer hugged Him , people gasping for air.

    Guzman Wife Emma Coronel Aispuro, 29, sat on The Other side of the courtroom, wearing a watch with diamonds, the same type of jewels, placed once, after a government witness to her husband the gun.

    the state pays lawyers showed to keep Guzmán violence under control, the illicit drug market, and reaped His reward, His wealth, His Family .

    "I saw Him a wave to His Wife , and at first, I thought: 'How sweet,'" says Malcolm Beith, who has written a book on Guzmán.

    A moment later, His feelings changed: "I almost threw up in my mouth. I had this visceral reaction to what he is responsible for the. "

    Emma Coronel Aispuro watched the courtroom proceedings of one of the benches, which was, For some, the attraction.

    "it's not Worth It , to see it, a person who is called The Most dangerous man in The World ?" Clarissa McNair says, a detective who lives in Queens, during break ate a Chocolate Chip cookie in a court of law. "He looks small and inconsequential," she says, and adds: "His looks are very deceptive. "

    A cosmetic sales representative says, you wanted drama, the "telenovela", compare Guzman, the study of a Spanish-language serialized. Other has acted in the court Room , as she sat in a matinee one afternoon, a couple in the second row, listening to the procedure and to cuddle.

    It was a gruesome Film with a high body count.

    assistant U.S. attorney Andrea Goldbarg told jurors about the night in The Mountains of Sinaloa , When Guzmán "leveled His gun" on a wounded man, and "cursed Him And Then shot Him ". She Said : "The Cartel 's engines were violence and Corruption . "

    Trolleys of documents, filled in the accordion folder, parked next to her on a table in the court Room - the "mountain of evidence" That Goldbarg describes in her closing argument. Towards the end of the study, the pillows were available for the weary members of the legal Team .

    A El Chapo plaque in a chapel in Culiacan, Sinaloa in His home state of Goldbarg, said That The Evidence pointed all one Thing - Guzmán, called the shots.

    "is He The One deciding who lives and who dies. "

    During their closing argument, they showed That Guzmán interrogate A Man who hog-tied and on a rod while a rooster crowed in the background. The video demonstrates, according to Goldbarg, That Guzmán not only for The Cartel , he personally inflicted violence.

    While it flashes in The Witness box, you every few seconds. At one point she started to cry.

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