THE EL CHAPO ACT [SURE AS HELL CAN’T SAVE HIM NOW]

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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SPEAKING OF BAD ACTING, AND EVEN WORSE ACTORS…. EL CHAPO.
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WATCH WHAT HAPPENED WHEN HE TRIED TO ACT HIS SORRY–ASS RIGHT OUT OF A CONVICTION. (THOROUGHLY DOCUMENTED HUMILIATION)
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Text messages exchanged between notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman and his wife while he was on the run in 2012 surfaced Wednesday at his U.S. trial, evidence the FBI says it uncovered with the help of a cyber tech for the cartel who flipped on the kingpin.
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The tech, Christian Rodriguez, also testified how Guzman was obsessed with spyware he had Rodriguez install on mobile phones he passed out to members of his inner circle, including love interests, to keep an eye on them. The software churned out reports on phone activity that are now being turned against the defendant.
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Preserved on the reports were text messages between Guzman and his wife, Emma Coronel Aispuro, in which they fussed over their twin daughters, touched on logistics for drug smuggling and shared encouragement as he led a raid by Mexican authorities on a mansion in the resort town of Cabo San Lucas, Baja. On the day of the raid, Guzman told his wife about the escape in several messages shown to jurors at the trial in federal court in Brooklyn.
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“It all happened very fast,” Guzman wrote, according to government translations. “I saw them pounding on the door next door, but was able to jump out.”
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Guzman said in the messages that he needed a new set of clothes, shampoo and some black dye for his mustache.
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“I love you, love,” he wrote. “Talk to you soon.” She responded at one point: “I hope so darling.”
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In an earlier exchange, Guzman described one of his daughters as “fearless,” adding, “I’m going to give her an AK-47 so she can hang with me.”
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It was the second day in a row that prosecutors unveiled intercepted communications they say conclusively link Guzman to a vast drug conspiracy, in his own words. On Tuesday, jurors heard recordings of phone calls where the defendants could be heard giving orders to cartel workers.

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