His authorised group has pronounced the siege of 10 South, the most
secure wing of the Metropolitan Correctional Center in lower
Manhattan, is some-more serious than anything he faced in Mexico —
where the kingpin pronounced jail conditions were turning him into a zombie.
They have pronounced his earthy and mental health have deteriorated
in the US jail, including the growth of “auditory hallucinations.” (The US government
says he’s just overhearing music from a circuitously radio.)
Some of Guzman’s complains seem to be about the day-to-day
slight in jail.
Earlier this month, his lawyers submitted a suit observant that
yet he is means to watch TV in the jail’s recreational room,
the room is organised in such a way that he can't watch the TV
while he is on the recreational bike.
This hindrance, his authorised group said, was one of the “nonsensical
obstacles” furthering Guzman’s “sense of disappointment and
isolation,” The New York Times reported.
According to The Times:
“Nor is he available to select the channel, given officials at 10
South have ‘imposed some arrange of programming limitation’ on Mr.
Guzmán, his lawyers said. Among the few shows that Mr. Guzmán has
been means to perspective is a ‘nature program about a rhinoceros’ that,
they said, has been “replayed countless times.'”
Indignities aside, Guzman’s diagnosis in the US jail seems to be
somewhat better than that for others who have been held there.
Cells in that partial of the jail are typically 17 feet by 8 feet,
but the US supervision says Guzman has the biggest cell.
After angry about the jail daub water hurting his throat, Guzman has started
receiving 6 tiny water bottles every two weeks.
And he recently got the tiny time he bought from the prison
commissary returned after it was confiscated “with no explanation
and no refund,” The Times reports.
Vincent Basciano, allegedly a former host boss, once said 10 South was “a woe chamber
that is a apparatus the supervision uses to try to make a defendant
cooperate,” and the siege of the trickery — inmates are not
allowed to speak to one another — have driven many to distress.
Guzman, however, reportedly has daily visits from his authorised team.
(US prosecutors have warned of potential conglomeration infiltrators on his legal
team.) Court papers cited by The Times observant he gets 21 hours a
week with his lawyers and representatives, yet he is denied
visits by his family.
Though his conditions in 10 South seem to be somewhat more
easy than those other inmates face, Guzman’s
member have called for Amnesty International — which has
raised regard about his treatment there — be
allowed into the trickery to investigate.