Drug king Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman is caught on CCTV cameras successfully attempting a prison escape in the style of the hollywood movie “The Great Escape.”
Footage has emerged of Drug Lord El Chapo’s escape from his maximum security prison cell in southern Mexico.
El Chapo was last seen pacing up and down his cell in front of CCTV surveillance cameras, before disappearing behind a short shower wall. It contained the drain hole for the shower which had been widened and turned into a tunnel. Moments before his escape Guzman is seen changing his shoes before vanishing. Mexico’s National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said it was normal behavior for inmates to pace up and down their prison cells three times before crouching into the shower with their clothes and shoes on and vanishing- something that “Lord Chapo” did.
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National Security commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido presented the footage in a press conference Tuesday night.
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Dramatic video footage of billionaire Sinaloa Cartel boss Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman’s prison cell just minutes before his grand escape has been revealed.
Guzman is seen in the video, released by Mexico’s National Security commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido, walking back and forth in his cell and sitting on his bed before heading to an area near his shower.
Rubido said in a press conference that prior to Guzman’s escape, his behavior appeared to be natural of an inmate who spends long hours in a cell.
The cells do, however, have two blind spots from the camera, to allow for privacy in the bathroom and in the shower. Guzman reportedly used an opening in the shower to begin his elaborate escape on Saturday night.
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