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MEX­I­CAN drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman will die in­side a mega-se­cu­rity “Su­per­max” prison after he was found guilty of mas­ter­mind­ing a blood­thirsty in­ter­na­tional smug­gling con­spir­acy.

His fi­nal des­ti­na­tion will al­most cer­tainly be ADX Florence, a 490-bed jail in the mid­dle of Colorado known as the Al­ca­traz of the Rock­ies.

It is Amer­ica’s most se­cure prison from which no­body has ever es­caped, mak­ing it a fit­ting rest­ing place for the man who TWICE sprung him­self from Mex­i­can jails.

El Chapo, 61, will spend the KILLER: El Chapo gunned down his ri­vals re­main­der of his life in­side a con­trol unit de­signed to de­prive him of al­most all hu­man con­tact – in­clud­ing the bombers, hate-preach­ers and do­mes­tic ter­ror­ists who oc­cupy the other cells.

Re­veal­ing how the rest of his life will now pan out, US At­tor­ney Richard Donoghue said El Chapo would have “no es­cape” from his con­vic­tion.

“It is a sen­tence from which there is no es­cape and there is no re­turn,” he said. PLACE TO DIE: El Chapo is off to ‘Su­per­max’

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