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NEW YORK (Dagbladet): "El Chapo" (61) was the commander of one of the world's largest narkokarteller - the mexican Sinaloa cartel. But this week it took a jury in New York him guilty of, among other large-scale narkosmugling, organized crime, money laundering, murder and illegal gun possession.

It can mean that he must atone the rest of his life in jail.

"El Chapo" is already famous for the two spectacular escapes from mexican prisons, and according to CBS News and the New York Times, he must probably zone the penalty in what is considered to be America's most secure prison - the United States Penitentiary Administrative Maximum Facility in Colorado.

FOUND GUILTY: Narkobaronen Joaquin Guzmán is found guilty of a number of serious offences. Photo: U. S. law enforcement via AP, File Show more The voldeligste

the Place is often referred to as ADX or the "Alcatraz of the Rockies", and no one has managed to escape from there since it was built in 1994. This despite the fact that the prison houses 400 inmates, the federal prison authorities refer to as the "voldeligste, disturbing and rømningsutsatte".

"El Chapo" escaped from the høysikkerhetsfengselet the Altiplano in Mexico in July 2015 at the spectacular show by crawling out through a hole in the shower and put on a custom-built motorcycle which took him 1.6 kilometres through a tunnel.

Also in 2001 escaped "El Chapo" from a mexican jail for the first time. At the time, he managed to get away by hiding in a cart filled with dirty laundry.

If he is sent to the ADX in a deserted mountainous area south of Denver, he will likely be kept in isolation 23 hours a day and with constant camera surveillance.

- Not humanity

He will also zone together with a number of terrordømte, gjengledere, spies and other prisoners who have tried to attack fengselsbetjenter or to escape from other places, says the former fengselsbetjenten Bob Hood to CBS News.

- This place is not designed for humanity. It is not designed for rehabilitation. Period, " says Hood of the New York Times.

Although this sounds bad, is probably "El Chapo" is already used to very brutal soningsforhold. Since he was apprehended and extradited to the united STATES two years ago, he has been imprisoned in høysikkerhetsfengselet of lower Manhattan. Where he has also served in solitary confinement with the exception of the visits from the lawyers and their young tvillingdøtre.

Conditions should have been so tough that narkobaronen sent a letter to judge Brian M. Cogan in which he complained of daily having headaches, vomiting and persistent bihuleproblemer because of the bad air.

BOMBS: Eric Robert Rudolph was apprehended in 2003. Photo: REUTERS/Tami Chappell Show more

the Light in the cell mi is on around the clock and make it difficult for me to sleep, wrote Guzmán.

the Lawyers of his claim that the it to zone the ADX may actually be a little better than where he has been imprisoned until now.

- It is the most extreme conditions I've ever seen, and that anyone indicted in the united STATES has ever faced, " says defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman, according to the New York Times.

the Defenders point out that the food probably will be better in the ADX, and the former narkobaronen will probably have more to do.

In the other cells in the dreaded prison of sitting a number of notorious criminals.

Eric Rudolph (52)

Rudolph stood behind a series of bombings in the united STATES in the 1990s, including the bombing of olympic park in Atlanta in July 1996. He shall, in particular, have aimed at abortklinikker and queer bars in the period from 1996 to 1998 and claimed that he was motivated by the fight against abortion on demand. Three were killed and at least 150 people were injured in the bombings.

Rudolph, who is now serving a life sentence, wrote in 2008 an essay on how brutal soningsforholdene was in prison.

- the Purpose is to gradually break down a person mentally and physically through the environmental and physical oppression, writes Rudolph.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev (25)

Tsarnaev was convicted for the bombing of the Boston Marathon in 2013 that killed three and injured 260. He carried out the attack together with his brother Tamerlan, who was killed in a gunfight with the police in the intense hunting of the brethren in the days after the attack.


Tsarnaev was sentenced to death in June 2015.

Richard Reid (45)

al-Qaida-affiliated Rode was known as the "skobomberen" for the attempt to trigger a bomb on a flight with American Airlines in December 2001. He was overpowered by fellow passengers, and the plane landed safely in Boston.

Reid said the guilty in the terrortiltalen and was sentenced to life in 2003.

Terry Nichols (63)

Nichols was judged to have contributed to the bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995 that killed 168 people. Prosecutors believe Nichols helped Timothy McVeigh build the bomb.

McVeigh was executed in 2001. Nichols was sentenced to life in prison.

Ted Kaczynski (76) UNABOMBER: Ted Kaczynski in 1996. Photo: AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, file Show more

Kaczynski was known as the "Unabomber". He was a matematikkprofessor that was a so-called survivalist and carried out several bombing raids - many via brevbomber - from a deserted cabin in Montana. The bombs killed three and injured 29 people between 1978 and 1995.

Kaczynski was apprehended in 1996 after his brother, he tipped off federal authorities. He said guilty after indictment in 1998 to avoid the death penalty. He zones now life in prison.

Zacarias Moussaoui (50)

al-Qaida-linked Moussaoui said the guilty in to help with the terror attack 11. september 2001 that killed nearly 3,000 people. In 2006, the French statsborgeren sentenced to life in prison.

Ramzi Yousef (51)

Yousef was convicted for participation in the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993 that killed three and injured 1.000 people, and for the bombing of a Philippine Airlines-flight in 1994.

He was sentenced to life in 1998.

Robert Hanssen (74)

The former FBI agent Robert Hanssen was convicted of having spied for the Soviet union and Russia. Between 1979 and 2001, and he dealt large quantities of classified information with the soviet and Russian intelligence.

Hanssen acknowledged straffskyld in 2001 to avoid the death penalty and sentenced to life.

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