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Old 07-18-2019, 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted by FC76-81 View Post
Well the Colorado prison, if this is the one we are both talking about, allows prisoners out for one hour each 24 hour period of time. But this is only during the first year there. They slowly allow the prisoner more time out after that first year as time goes by where the prisoner shows that he can behave. They also don't expect anyone to be there more then three years who shows favorable behavior. It's sort of like, from what I read about it, a place where they go until they can behave and then go to other prisons.

Now if El Chapo misbehaves in any way, then he'll be on the 23 hour lockup / 1 hour out of cell schedule for a longer period of time and be at the prison for a longer stay (until he starts to behave appropriately). If he conducts himself as a model prisoner the first year he's there, he'll then be out of the cell for longer period of time every day and eventually transferred over to a less aggressive prison. This from what I've read about the prison and how they do things there.

El Chapo like other permanent security risks are permanently segregated and have no expectations they will be leaving there. The people housed there are a who's who of notorious criminals including terrorists like Ramzi Yousef. Only prisoners that were housed in other correctional facilities and sent there for whatever reason have any expectation of a relaxation of the rules or leaving.
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El Chapo Arrives At Supermax Prison After 'Disappearing' For Two Days

Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel, has arrived at the federal supermax prison in Florence, Colorado to serve out a sentence of life plus 30 years handed down on Wednesday. He was also ordered to pay $12.6 billion in restitution.
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They will go easy on him for not snitching on members of Congress that he bribed
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Just another example of Trump picking on those South of the Border.
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