NEW YORK – In the world of corrections there are prisoners who create security risks, and then there is El Chapo.
Drug Joaquin Gusman has an unparalleled record of jailbreak. the security of Mexican prisons before its final detention and extradition to the United States.
So Guzmán, convicted of drug trafficking Tuesday and staring at life expectancy, where will the United States closure
Experts say Guzman seems to be the ideal candidate for the Supermarket federal government jail in Florence, Colorado, also known as ADX for an "administrative maximum," a facility so secure, so remote and so strict that "El Chapo fits perfectly into the bill," says Cameron Lindsey, a retired warden who runs three federal castles, including Metropolitan detention center in Brooklyn. "I would be totally shocked if it was not sent to ADX."
It's located outside an old mining town about two hours south of Denver, and the tougher Supermarket buildings are the most violent offenders in the country, and many of its 400 inmates are on their own. for 23 hours a day in cells of 2.1 to 3 meters in length with fixed furniture made of reinforced concrete.
Unabomber Ted Kaczynski, the Boston marathon bomber Jorh Tzarnaev, September 11 conspirator Zacarias Musawi, and Terry Nichols, the owner of the Oklahoma City bombings, are among those who call him home.
But Guusman, who will be sentenced in June for smuggling huge amounts of drugs into the United States and having dozens of murders, will even stand out from Supermarch
This includes a sensational escape from Altiplano prison in central Mexico, where he communicates with accomplices for weeks through a cell phone  To escape into the hole to escape in the shower, jump on the back of the waiting motorcycle and go through a long one kilometer, dug into a free tunnel.
It is believed that the bribe has allowed this jailbreak, as well as the 2001 escape, where Gusman was smuggled from another Mexican prison in a laundry basket.
"There should have been collusion inside," said Mike Vigil, a former US anti-drug agent working under cover in Mexico. "There is no doubt that corruption has played a role in both his spectacular rallies."
Can this happen in Superpermx? It is unlikely.
Supermarchy prisoners spend years in solitude, and often walk in days "with just a few words they have told them," says the Amnesty International report. One of the former prisoners, in an interview with The Boston Globe, describes the lock as "a high-tech version of hell designed to close all sensory perceptions."
Most Supermax prisoners receive television, but their only up-to-date view of the outside world is a 4-inch window whose design prevents them from even determining where they are at the site. Human interaction is minimal. Prisoners eat all the dishes in the privacy of their own cells, within the toes of their toilets.
The facility itself is guarded by fence with wire guns, towers with weapons, heavily armed patrols, and dog attacks.
a prison that can not escape, this is the facility in Florence, "said Burl Cain, a longtime senior officer of Luisiana State Prison with maximum security in Angola. "This is the prison of all prisons."
While the federal authorities have not said for sure where El Chapo will be accommodated, he looks at a "conviction that has no escape and return," said US Attorney Richard Donoju.
Gusman's detention, which led to his quarterly trial, included remarkable security measures that reflected his tremendous flight risk. He was seated in a high-security wing of the Metropolitan Center in Manhattan, known as the "Little Gitmo," in which famous terrorists and gangsters are held.
The authorities regularly close the Brooklyn Bridge to the El-Chapo shuttle at a federal police station, which includes a team of special services and an ambulance followed by helicopters. Strongly armed federal officers and the dogs that bombed patrolled outside the Brooklyn federal court building. In fact, officials were so concerned about the security that Gusman was forbidden from hugging his wife during the trial.
This obviously will not be a problem if he finds himself in Supermarket where all visits are without contact and prisoners.
"Apart from being arrested and escorted by guards, prisoners can spend years without touching another human being," the Amnesty International report said.