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El Chapo: The Full Interview That Got Him Captured.

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By now, you most likely know that one of the biggest Mexican Drug Lords, Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman has been caught…. And somehow American actor Sean Pen led the FBI to his hiding spot! 

El Chapo escaped from prison in July. Penn brokered a meeting with the drug lord through Mexican actress Kate Del Castillo. The visit occurred in early October, roughly two weeks before El Chapo reportedly narrowly escape a raid by Mexican marines. In an extraordinary coincidence (if you belive in those), Penn's article (via Rolling Stone) was sent to the printing press on the same day of El Chapo's recapture.

Now, many are saying Sean Pen should fear for his life. 

Um, have you ever googled “El Chapo killings”? Just make sure you do it before lunch.

Watch the full interview with El Chapo below:

Excerpt from RollingStone 

On Friday, January 8th, nearly six months after his escape from Mexico's most secure prison, Sinaloa Cartel boss Joaquín Guzmán Loera, a.k.a. El Chapo, was apprehended and taken back into custody. Just months earlier, Sean Penn had traveled in secret through the Mexican jungle to meet with Chapo, then America's most wanted international fugitive. Upon meeting Penn, the drug kingpin consented to an interview at a later time. Ultimately, it proved impossible to do the interview in-person, but Penn sent questions by BBM device and Chapo agreed to record his responses on videotape. Without being present, Penn could neither control the questioning, nor prod for elaborations into his responses. Above, you can view the 17-minute video that Chapo sent back in its entirety.

Just a little extra info on Chapo’s escape and capture…

El Chapo came down from the mountains during his time as a fugitive to undergo erectile dysfunction surgery in Tijuana ... according to a Mexican newspaper.  

Chapo received a testicular implant to improve blood flow.
The paper claims the surgery required anesthesia and an operating room and involved planting a prosthesis.  

The report also claims, when Chapo was captured, authorities found injectable testosterone, syringes, antibiotics and anti-inflammatories.  

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