Joaquin El Capo Gusman, who has been in isolation for two and a half years, is expected to serve his sentence in the country's most secure federal prison in Florence, Colorado
Where is he now? Until he was transferred, Gusman remained in the Capital Correction Center, a federal prison in Manhattan. He can be visited by members of his legal team every day of the week and is allowed to receive a phone call from his sister every 15-20 days, said lawyer Mariel Colon.
But once moved to Colorado, lawyer visits can be more limited, she says. after conviction. Guzman has escaped Mexican prisons twice
In 2001, Gusman escaped, hiding in a washing cart. Over the next 13 years, he is hiding in and around his native Sinaloa.
He was captured in 2014, but he escaped from the Mexican prison for the second time, on July 11, 2015, in his cell.