In a Tuesday interview with Mexico’s Radio Formula, attorney Juan Pablo Badillo said, “He told me, literally, ‘Every two hours, at night, they wake me up to take roll. … They are turning me into a zombie. They do not let me sleep. All I want is just for them to let me sleep,'” CNN reports.
Guzmán is being held at central Mexico’s Altiplano prison, the same one he escaped from last summer via a tunnel located in a security-camera blind spot. The facility has added 400 new cameras and plans to add several hundred more by April.
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