Emma Coronal, wife of Mexican drug lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman is waiting for his trial in a private cell, where he spends 22 hours a day. His lawyer, Mariel Golan, told the company Associated Press Prison staff take the colonel out at dawn to go to a “small interior room” in custody in Alexandria, Virginia in the United States. There, the world-famous woman was jailed for international trafficking of cocaine, methamphetamine, heroin and marijuana, and in 2015 for plotting to help her husband escape in the most film production in history. Golan also promised that he would ask his client to improve his conditions while he was in prison.
Coronal is awaiting his trial in prison without bail. His lawyer has condemned the media for the conditions under which his client lives in prison. “He only spends two hours in a small living room,” he pointed out. “Their prison conditions have not improved yet,” he stressed. In addition, he is locked in a cell that he does not share with other prisoners, although although he does not mention any book, he is dedicated to reading. “Unfortunately they didn’t deliver and you didn’t get any action to divert,” Golan said. He also did not provide details on whether he was in contact with his two twin daughters, and as a result of his marriage he was one of the most coveted drug traffickers by the DEA.
El Chapo’s wife, 31, was arrested Feb. 22 at Dallas International Airport (Virginia), which serves the city of Washington. The beauty queen, who met Guzm வயதில்n when she was 17, was 51 years old and faces a minimum of 10 years in prison to a maximum life sentence.
U.S. Justice points out that Cornelius not only had a thorough knowledge of its operations when Sinaloa Cartel directed her husband, but also participated in some of its activities. After her husband was arrested in 2016, Coronal played a key role in liaising with drug trafficking partners, according to a court order. LBI Agent Eric S. “The mother of twins will say something to you and my children. Please be careful. She will explain it to you. ”
In addition, the District Court for the District of Columbia in Washington charged Coronal with helping her husband escape from a high-security prison in the state of Mexico. After a year in detention, Guzman starred in one of the most bizarre escapes Mexico has ever experienced, digging a 1,500-meter tunnel out of the rain and creating a trail. Authorities believe Coronal helped coordinate the escape from the outside.
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