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El Chapo's US lawyers are claiming that his jail conditions are as well severe. Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian, Jimmy Dore, Ray as well as William Johnson, the hosts of The Young Turks, discuss if the United States federal government is too difficult on El Chapo. Inform us what you believe in the remark section listed below.

"( Reuters) – Held without accessibility to sunlight or his loved ones, Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is under even more limiting captivity than any other UNITED STATE prisoner as well as it is hard to install a defense, his court-appointed attorneys claimed on Thursday.

Mexico extradited Guzman, that is the head of Sinaloa Cartel, to New York in January, a few hours before UNITED STATE President Donald Trump took office. Guzman, that left from 2 Mexican prisons as well as was an essential figure in a bloody medicine war, is seen as a flight threat by the U.S. federal government.

Guzman is restricted to his New york city City cell for 23 hrs a day, with the lights on in any way times. He has one hour of exercise in a small indoor cage with no access to fresh air or sunlight, Amnesty International stated in a letter to Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrea Goldbarg dated March 28."

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63 comments

  1. Posted by El Paxton The Great, at Reply

    El Chapo, what happened to those plans to execute Trump? #disappointed

    • Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

      El Paxton The Great

      lmao!

    • Posted by miguelito lee, at Reply

      We can only hope……bad joke i know, but, just saying …..

  2. Posted by MintV2, at Reply

    Free El Chapo, he will free America of Drumpf.

    • Posted by tobz d, at Reply

      MintV2 your know you’re upset when you say someone gets triggered.

    • Posted by Megan Schmidt, at Reply

      +tobz d I couldn’t help but notice where you said: ” I don’t listen to bias opinions “. I was just curious, where do you get your news and information from?

  3. Posted by Benjamin Unger, at Reply

    Just legalize all drugs!

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      But that would mean drug cartels lose money and we create jobs for americans and thats bad news – Cuckservatives

    • Posted by Jamie Park, at Reply

      it would take the Glamour out of it and maybe kids wouldnt see it as COOL

    • Posted by tobz d, at Reply

      the guy is still responsible for thousands of Mexican deaths

    • Posted by Listenbuddy1, at Reply

      Benjamin Unger You libs are already screwed up enough.

  4. Posted by Titty Froster Mc.Drama, at Reply

    You actually believe hes in jail? Anyone have any proof?

    • Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

      Al he needs to do is drop a few million in cash and he can leave at any time.

  5. Posted by Kevin Montrond, at Reply

    The cartel wouldn’t exist to begin with if weed was legal. Nobody wants to buy drugs from your shady drug dealer.

    • Posted by براين مونوز, at Reply

      Kevin Montrond he doesn’t sell weed that barely leaves any profit at all, he sells coke and a bit of meth

    • Posted by Ivan Monroy, at Reply

      Weed is like 2% of cartel activities. Meth, coke, heroin, smuggling, etc is how they make their money.

    • Posted by Niko Fasciano, at Reply

      Methamphetamine: 24 percent
      Powdered cocaine: 24.1 percent
      Marijuana: 21.5 percent
      Crack cocaine: 13.1 percent
      Heroin: 9.8 percent
      Oxycodone: 4.6 percent
      Other drugs: 3 percent
      Number from 2013 United States Sentencing Commission

    • Posted by Niko Fasciano, at Reply

      Please actually research before just making assumptions. Took me two minutes on google to find this.

  6. Posted by El Chapito, at Reply

    Wtf get me out of here😫

    • Posted by Antonio Delgado, at Reply

      El Chapito Cállate estupido por tú culpa Sinaloa es una mierda. Pudrete rata.

  7. Posted by colin lee, at Reply

    he should be killed by family of victims.

    • Posted by Jay Diggy, at Reply

      2SidedTech I 100% agree with you

    • Posted by Angel Gutierrez, at Reply

      +tobz d I understand it’s messed up, but the Cartels are much harder to get rid of, even harder than a government. That’s because there are many guys right behind el chapo that can take over. El Chapo isnt the worst trust me, you have to choose the lesser of two evils.
      War will never make cartels go away. Only way to kill the cartel is by taking away their profit source, legalize ALL drugs.

    • Posted by Red-Army 1945, at Reply

      colin lee no one have the right to take another’s life

  8. Posted by vagabond88817, at Reply

    Is El Chapo just a misunderstood pharmacist?

    • Posted by ATHENA, at Reply

      LMAO 😀

    • Posted by Jay Meh, at Reply

      vagabond88817 😂

  9. Posted by Louis Lalande, at Reply

    Should just execute him.

    • Posted by Luis Colin, at Reply

      Louis Lalande why execute him when se can get info on his networks and contacts?

    • Posted by Louis Lalande, at Reply

      Of course he should be interrogated, and then executed.

  10. Posted by Fenk Jones, at Reply

    But of course, if Chapo had a gun, he would never shoot at TYT folks even if it let him escape prison. No, of course not. Heck, we should just be really fair and let Chapo have a gun for protection, including at his trial.

    Chapo is beyond fairness now folks. How much blood does a criminal have o spill to be treated unfairly.

    • Posted by skullfuuck 47, at Reply

      Only Americans deserve those rights.

    • Posted by Fenk Jones, at Reply

      I do understand that, but I remember him being in prison because he was pretty darn guilty. He escapes knowing full well it might get worse for him if he gets caught again. But guess what he does? He escapes. He signed away his right to freedom in the first place. Now, he signs even more of his freedom away after getting caught again. If he was shot on sight, I don’t think too many would be complaining about his rights. I’m sorry, but it does not apply to somebody like this. How many chances should he get?

    • Posted by NAGCLoquacious, at Reply

      Fenk Jones execution go ahead…. life in prison go ahead…. torture everyday all day….. I can’t sign off on that I’m sorry I’m not saying let him be apart of the general population of inmates and do what he pleases…. just atleast cut the lights off you understand? And let’s be honest even if you knew you committed a crime you know darn well if you were caged like an animal you would get out if you could…. never in the history of the world have I heard a prisoner say man I’m happy I’m locked up right now I would never leave….. so don’t say that now…. just treat him like a dangerous human…. because he is still human he’s not going to claw his way out of the prison so you can shut the lights off for atleast 6 hours

    • Posted by NAGCLoquacious, at Reply

      skullfuuck 47 there not American rights… there human rights…. you guys don’t know what empathy is and one day you will learn what I’m talking about

    • Posted by Fenk Jones, at Reply

      We will agree on execution. But here is a question for you? How many folks do you know might keep comiting the same crimes they got busted for if they knew going to prison was a living hell? No, I don’t mean folks that smoke weed or even sell drugs, I mean folks that kill and keep killing to keep what they have or to get more.

  11. Posted by Richie, at Reply

    El Chapo is a decent man, he’s an average drug dealer, what! now the drug trade is going to stop coming to the U.S. cause he’s locked up, think again.

    • Posted by ELFANTASMA24, at Reply

      chad johnson are you?

  12. Posted by mud cat, at Reply

    Hook his shower up to a tank of piss

    • Posted by Zyzor, at Reply

      no gas like at Auschwitz

  13. Posted by ex0duzz, at Reply

    Wait, Ray William Johnson? Wtf? Since when was he on TYT? I’ve never seen him other than on his show, then he disappeared i heard and now he’s back on TYT as co host? lol

    • Posted by Omar Mota, at Reply

      ex0duzz that new guy sucks never judge someone until you live one day in there shoes the only thing that makes Chapo bad is the united States of America the terrorist’s of the world

  14. Posted by Kenneth Knoppik, at Reply

    in the prison conditions in this country are deplorable I don’t give a s*** about El Chapo but there are stories every week about prisoners being killed due to negligence or abused by the guards. they boiled a prisoner to death hair in Florida not too long ago. they let people die of thirst ,exposure. they was one man that they broke his back they didn’t believe that it was broken I thought he was faking it and they left him sitting on the floor and his own feces and urine for 51 hours until he died. and a list of human rights violations go on and on and on. and don’t forget we have the largest prison population in the world. there are more African Americans in prison now then were enslaved when slavery was legal in this country.

    • Posted by Kenneth Knoppik, at Reply

      etherraichu there is an attitude in this country among police and prison guards that the people they are in charge of and are policing only understand violence. the truth is that the guards and the police are the only ones understand violence. the way they treat the people they are charge of is brutal and reprehensible. that’s why a revolution in this country is inevitable.

    • Posted by Kenneth Knoppik, at Reply

      etherraichu there is an attitude in this country among police and prison guards that the people they are in charge of and are policing only understand violence. the truth is that the guards and the police are the only ones understand violence. the way they treat the people they are charge of is brutal and reprehensible. that’s why a revolution in this country is inevitable.

    • Posted by etherraichu, at Reply

      Oh, they’re worried about all those folks too. They just don’t make the news because no one has heard of them. There are a lot of people working behind the scenes to help those folks. That’s the way everyone prefers, especially prisons, so its easier to get cooperation by doing stuff quietly. Not hidden, just quietly.

      But El Chapo is so well known that its not possible to do quietly.

  15. Posted by Lee Jackson, at Reply

    Just give him death.

    • Posted by Paul Petru Alexandru Cazacliu, at Reply

      😐 Yes, some individuals are simply broken and death is the sole solution.

    • Posted by TonyMidwest, at Reply

      Lee Jackson Send him to the stew maker

    • Posted by Solomon Stringer, at Reply

      Lee Jackson why?

  16. Posted by Mark Marsh, at Reply

    Does the prison system in Norway allow Brevik to play “Shooter” games on his PS3?

    • Posted by Lenard Segnitz, at Reply

      Mark Marsh Norway is satisfied that justice is served just by depriving him of freedom of movement. They also have a maximum 21 year sentence but with provisions to keep a prisoner in longer if it’s warranted. I’m pretty sure Brevik will never walk as a free man, he’s as hard boiled a Nazi as they come.

      Say what you will about Norway’s treatment of prisoners they have achieved one of the lowest recidivism rates in the world. You have to ask what prisons are there for. If you answer “revenge” then put your prisoners in itty bitty boxes and feed them gruel. If you answer “rehabilitation” then go towards Norway’s methods.

    • Posted by Mark Marsh, at Reply

      don’t misunderstand me Lenard. … I’ m well aware of the fact that Norway, Sweden and Denmark are centuries ahead of the rest of the World in every respect. … and I agree TOTALLY with everything you said. …. I never suggested they put Brevik in a “small box.” DID I?? …. I simply raised the question of whether or not Norway censors the nature and content of his Play Station games. … That’s a valid question. … isn’t it?

    • Posted by Lenard Segnitz, at Reply

      Mark Marsh oh.. yeah, I missed your point there. Aside from the optics of letting him play “shooter” games I don’t really see a problem. He can’t have any real victims in the game unless they let him talk smack with other live players. Even with live talk I don’t know if he could do any worse than what already goes on there anyway. It comes down to whether you believe video games cause violence or is an outlet for violent tendencies. If it’s the latter then they may have to crack down on any pretend shooting he does with his pointed finger.

  17. Posted by José Guzman, at Reply

    he’s responsible for the deaths of so many people, so excuse me if I have no sympathy for him.

    • Posted by José Guzman, at Reply

      +Solomon Stringer I don’t live in America, so I couldn’t care less about them. And let me guess, you think the solution is to legalize all drugs?

    • Posted by Solomon Stringer, at Reply

      +José Guzman yes I do ,I could explain why but I doubt you want an actual answer.

    • Posted by Drum A, at Reply

      You’re an idiot comparing el chapo to the US government. American has killed people but it is not on purpose its called collateral damage. El chapo literally kills anyone who apposes him. I say torture the motherfucker send a message to those who want to get involved in drug trafficking

    • Posted by Solomon Stringer, at Reply

      Drum A lol it seems I’m not the idiot , I can see that you are misinformed and can’t see the forest for the trees

    • Posted by Drum A, at Reply

      instead of acting all sage why don’t you actually try to beat my argument…??

  18. Posted by Alien Grey, at Reply

    Yeah but it beats being tortured to death, your head cut off and your body hung from an overpass, as dickweed had done to those who displeased him.

    • Posted by Ricky Perez Jr, at Reply

      Alien Grey Wow you know soo much about the inner workings of the sinaloa cartel. I bet that all stopped after he was captured

    • Posted by Ricky Perez Jr, at Reply

      Alien Grey lmfao.. wow you’ve seen videos of one execution so you know? you’re a idiot.. like I said I suppose it all stopped since chapo is off the board..