Now, they’re sharing footage of what happened after the gunfire ended. In a new, far less action-packed video released Wednesday, you can see officials taking fingerprints and blood samples from the drug lord and photographing him during his booking.
It’s not El Chapo’s first time in custody, of course: the capture of the man recently interviewed by Sean Penn was the result of a months-long investigation following his earlier escape from federal prison last summer.
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