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Process against El Chapo: torture, Tunnel, white pants

U-boats full of drugs, a Tunnel under the bathtub, brutal murders - in the trial against drug boss "El Chapo" Guzman, the jury reports, which were as shocking

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Process against El Chapo: torture, Tunnel, white pants

U-boats full of drugs, a Tunnel under the bathtub, brutal murders - in the trial against drug boss "El Chapo" Guzman, the jury reports, which were as shocking as movie heard. Today you will take in your deliberations.

Isaias Valdez, the former bodyguard of Joaquin Guzman, the Mexican drug kingpin and accused, the managed was what had made the 55 witnesses: He left with his testimony, the jury's pale, and the audience shocked. "Even the Reporter had problems, these stories write them down," says Emily Palmer, a court reporter for the New York Times.

Valdez is not reported on the smuggling of drugs - 155 tons should do it. He reported of drug money to the value of $ 14 billion.

Instead, he described in detail, such as Guzmán, nicknamed "El Chapo", but also "El Rapido" or "Shorty", "Short", single-handedly people killed, tortured or buried alive. Two rivals, the 61-Year-old shot in the head and left them, then throw them into the fire.

In January 2017 was Guzmán has been extradited to the United States.

torture by steam iron

The witness Valdez shocked a court room that had heard by then about a hundred hours of testimony. But here they learned from the killer Guzmán, not from the drug boss. So in detail, because Valdez as the body guard always: About as Guzmán a victim with a steam had iron tortures, and you could see the holes of the steam nozzle later on the chest of the victim.

It is a century of process in New York. Ten charges there are against the man, by the U.S. Department of justice, said the most dangerous criminals in the United States. A title, the last of Al Capone. Including: drug smuggling, money laundering, and organised crime.

Silently Guzmán, sits in the courtroom, the drug boss, the two Times out of prison and fled. In court in Brooklyn, to the high-security zone, he seems to enjoy it almost to get his story told. "All are asleep in the many hours of this mammoth process occasionally - jurors, prosecutors, defenders. Just a not: 'El Chapo,'" says court reporter in Palmer.

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