Advocates for accused Mexican Kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman said that they have asked the government of Mexico for helping to acquire a merciful visa for his mother so she can reach in the United States to visit him in prison.
Currently, Guzman is going through a trial in New York, accused of with bartering 155 tonnes of cocaine into the United States as the leader of the influential Sinaloa cartel.
One of the solicitor of the multiple ones of Guzman, Jose Luis Gonzalez Meza told the reporters outside of the office of foreign ministry in the Mexico City, “ We have asked (the Mexican foreign minister to petition US authorities) for a humanitarian visa for Chapo Guzman’s mother, Maria Consuelo, his sister Hermilda and his other sister Bernarda”.
He added, “His mother is getting on in years — she’s over 80 — and is in delicate health and wants to see her son. ”
Guzman of 61 years old, was repatriated to the United States in 2017 after two successful execution of prison breaking plotting in Mexico.
After all those successful efforts of escaping, he has been confined in a solitary federal prison in a New York, where the only his advocates are currently allowed to visit him from the outside of the glass divider by a pane.
Guzman’s advocates also told that they were contending his illegal repatriation and claimed his human rights have been violated, accusing his irregular trials.
Four supporters of Guzman exhibited with the remarks of slogans, like “Chapo, we love you!” and “Chapo, the people support you.”