He does look a little tired and fearful, somewhat.I think I will clarify that to' unsure of what's happening'.Fear, maybe in the sense that if it was him in charge the victim would be scared and he's not used to 'fair justice' that he would be treated respectfully.He's probably shocked by that but the flipside of that is no one is above the law and he can't bribe his way out of a situation.Also he's probably never in his life been in a situation where he is not in control,someone else is so that's why he doesn't look at all comfortable in his skin plus they are probably speaking English among themselves and he doesn't understand and really is in a foreign country.I would say he has 'fear of the future' and he probably really feels it today.
I agree 100 but times are changing in the prison systems pretty soon that solitary confinement is gonna get pushed I believe it already started in california they can't house u in the SHU unless your a threat to staff not 4 who you are its bound to create a wave with people fighting 4 human rights. I have many family n friends in the prison system state and federal and if they feel they been wronged by there rights itll create hunger strikes stop using pay phones which global tel link gives alot of money to the prisons for security like metal detectors cell phone blockers in each building, to cut down cell phone getting brought in but easy way around those blockers. Corruption in the prisons are very real just not as how could I say sin verguensa its more closed lid. Cuz if it goes to the public then they really come in n shut it down 4 a bit too make it seem they are doing there job. Money moves everything in there. We move out here by dollars and cents they move in hundreds and thousands in there. I just bought a freaking charger in there for a loved one a freaking charger was 400 just a charger. Phones In a high security 5000 to 6000. Everyone has there price everyone. Security on chapo in NY was so tight cuz they were trying to have him break same thing goes on in a county jail throw ur ass in the hole every hour wake ur ass up pull u out hit ur cell till some can't no more n break. It's a crazy world in there
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The way I see it.... the more people that don't like me, the less people I have to please
@canadiana: His sentence is scheduled for June 25, but this is tentative. It might get pushed a bit. What will be interesting about the sentence is the amount he will be forced to forfeit to the government since we already know he will spend the rest of his life in prison.
He is currently housed back at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in NYC. From what I read, he may be sent to Colorado after his sentence is done.
And while I’m reading the same paper a supposed Ivan Guzmán inspirational Facebook post, this was apparently a day before the sentencing but like my previous post, if it’s already been posted and read to death ooops.
Linking/embedding etc ain’t my forte so if anyone can post the full articles please feel free!