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Inside The Secret Hideout Of Captured Drug Lord El Chapo

by : UNILAD on : 14 Jan 2016 15:26
The Guardian

This fascinating series of photographs show where the infamous El Chapo spent the last six months hiding from the Mexican government.

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The drug kingpin was recaptured by authorities last week after he went into hiding following his prison break. There was a reported $5 million reward on his head – offered by the Mexican government for any information leading to his capture.

But where exactly did Joaquín Guzmán keep his head down for those six months?

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According to UK Business Insider, he was keeping a low-profile on the corner of Río Quelite and Jiquilpan Boulevard in Los Mochis, Mexico.

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Now, these photos have allowed us to step inside the high-walled, secret hideout of the world’s most infamous drug baron – even showing the tunnel he used in his attempts to escape the Mexican Marines.

In this picture, the contents of a bullet-ridden fridge have poured out onto the floor of Guzmán’s safe house:

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Bullet holes are seen across the living room walls:

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And here’s a close-up of some of the bullet holes:

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The DVDs are of Mexican actress Kate del Castillo’s telenovela La Reina del Sur. It was Del Castillo who secretly brokered the infamous interview between Sean Penn and Guzmán:

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When Mexican marines zeroed in on Guzmán, he used a secret doorway behind this mirror to escape:

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Once inside the hidden doorway, stairs descend into a sophisticated tunnel…

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…that leads into the city’s drainage system.

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A weapon was found at the end of the tunnel:

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And here’s the tunnel’s exit onto the street outside:

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He was hardly living the life of luxury was he? We’d better start counting down to his next escape, I suppose.

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  1. Uk Business Insider

    Step inside 'El Chapo' Guzmán's secret hideout

  2. The Guardian

    El Chapo's lair: the secluded house at the heart of Mexico's drug war