The glamorous wife of El Chapo enjoys European vacation while her husband rotten in hellish super-max prison

While Joaquín & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; Guzmán rotten in a hellish supermax prison in Colorado, his glamorous wife Emma Aispuro Colonel is on holiday in Italy.

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Colonel shared a photo on Instagram on Saturday, taken on a gondola near the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy.

She also took a photo of her Starbucks coffee and a piece of cake on her Instagram account last week with the caption: & # 39; What diet? & # 39;

Her cultural journey comes less than two weeks after a federal judge in Brooklyn sentenced her husband El Chapo, 62, to life imprisonment, plus 30 years.

He was transferred two days later to ADX, a Supermax prison in Colorado, who described a former director as & # 39; worse than death & # 39 ;.

Colonel Emma Aispuro shared a photo on Instagram on Saturday, taken on a gondola at the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy

Emma Coronel Aispuro (photo)

Emma Coronel Aispuro (photo)

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Colonel Emma Aispuro shared a photo on Instagram on Saturday, taken on a gondola at the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. She is pictured outside the Brooklyn court in January

Emma Aispuro Colonel (center) leaves after her husband was sentenced to a court in Brooklyn, New York

Emma Aispuro Colonel (center) leaves after her husband was sentenced to a court in Brooklyn, New York

Emma Aispuro Colonel (center) leaves after her husband was sentenced to a court in Brooklyn, New York

Joaquín & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; Guzmán is portrayed as being transferred to ADX, a Supermax prison in Colorado, on July 19

Joaquín & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; Guzmán is portrayed as being transferred to ADX, a Supermax prison in Colorado, on July 19

Joaquín & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; Guzmán is portrayed as being transferred to ADX, a Supermax prison in Colorado, on July 19

A former prison director where El Chapo (pictured in 2015) is staying, has described it as & # 39; worse than death & # 39 ;.

A former prison director where El Chapo (pictured in 2015) is staying, has described it as & # 39; worse than death & # 39 ;.

A former prison director where El Chapo (pictured in 2015) is staying, has described it as & # 39; worse than death & # 39 ;.

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Between 2002 and 2005, Robert Hood was the director of the Supermax facility, which no prisoner has ever escaped in his 25-year existence.

& # 39; This is not built for humanity, & # 39; said Hood recently according to the Denver Post.

& # 39; I think it is worse than death every day. & # 39;

The Mexican drug bolt was taken to jail in Florence, Colorado, less than 48 hours after being sentenced to life and to pay $ 12.6 billion in forfeiture – an amount based on an estimate of revenue from sales in the United States during its helm as the leader of the Sinaloa cartel.

Known as ADX, it is the only federal super-maximum detention facility in the US

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The prison is home to America & # 39; s most notorious criminals, including & # 39; Unabomber & # 39; Ted Kaczynski, Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 9/11 conspirator Zacarias Moussaoui and 1993 World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Yousef.

Emma Coronel Aispuro also shared a photo of her Starbucks coffee and a piece of cake on her Instagram account last week before she went on vacation to vacation in Italy. She endorsed: & # 39; Which diet? & # 39;

Emma Coronel Aispuro also shared a photo of her Starbucks coffee and a piece of cake on her Instagram account last week before she went on vacation to vacation in Italy. She endorsed: & # 39; Which diet? & # 39;

Emma Coronel Aispuro also shared a photo of her Starbucks coffee and a piece of cake on her Instagram account last week before she went on vacation to vacation in Italy. She endorsed: & # 39; Which diet? & # 39;

In the past week, Colonel has also shared photos of El Chapo's clothing line that she is leading

In the past week, Colonel has also shared photos of El Chapo's clothing line that she is leading

In the past week, Colonel has also shared photos of El Chapo's clothing line that she is leading

In the past week, Colonel has also shared photos of El Chapo's clothing line that she is leading

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In the past week, Colonel has also shared photos of El Chapo's clothing line that she is leading

More than 400 prisoners are locked up at ADX and spend 23 hours a day in a concrete cell measuring 7 by 12 feet.

The vast majority of prisoners at ADX are only allowed out of their cells for a few hours a week for physical exercise, incidental visits to a cell of the & # 39; law library & # 39; social or legal visits and medical consultations.

When they are removed from their cells, prisoners are placed in complete limitations and accompanied by two guards.

They are forced to eat all meals in small cells, just a few meters from open toilets.

ADX has been attacked by civil rights activists who say it is inhumane to subject prisoners to such long-term isolation
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ADX has been attacked by civil rights activists who say it is inhumane to subject prisoners to such long-term isolation

ADX has been attacked by civil rights activists who say it is inhumane to subject prisoners to such long-term isolation

The prison where El Chapo is being detained was mentioned in a 2012 class-class lawsuit filed by 11 prisoners who complained about a lack of mental health treatment. Jack Powers, a former prisoner of ADX, who was later transferred, bit of both fingers

The prison where El Chapo is being detained was mentioned in a 2012 class-class lawsuit filed by 11 prisoners who complained about a lack of mental health treatment. Jack Powers, a former prisoner of ADX, who was later transferred, bit of both fingers

The prison where El Chapo is being detained was mentioned in a 2012 class-class lawsuit filed by 11 prisoners who complained about a lack of mental health treatment. Jack Powers, a former prisoner of ADX, who was later transferred, bit of both fingers

El Chapo Guzmán will spend the rest of his life at ADX in Florence (photo), a fortress that is home to some of the most notorious criminals in America. The former director described it as & # 39; worse than death

El Chapo Guzmán will spend the rest of his life at ADX in Florence (photo), a fortress that is home to some of the most notorious criminals in America. The former director described it as & # 39; worse than death

El Chapo Guzmán will spend the rest of his life at ADX in Florence (photo), a fortress that is home to some of the most notorious criminals in America. The former director described it as & # 39; worse than death

An expert in escaping from Mexican prisons – he did this twice before being recaptured in 2016 and later extradited to the US – Guzmán & # 39; s new home is constantly being watched by guards on top of towers.

& # 39; For me there is no doubt that he will try to escape, & # 39; said Hood. & # 39; As far as his job is, it's to get out. I think he will test the system. & # 39;

The prison came under fire in 2012 when 11 prisoners filed a class action lawsuit against the US Bureau of Prisons. The lawsuit accused the federal detention facility of chronic abuse and failure to properly diagnose prisoners who are seriously mentally ill.

Former prisoner Jack Powers, one of the prisoners mentioned in the trial, spent nearly a decade in the super-max prison after being transferred there after an escape from a federal prison in New Jersey.

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During his time with ADX according to The Marshall project, Powers developed insomnia and was diagnosed with Post-Traumautic Distress Order after seeing three prisoners kill each other.

Powers, who has since moved to a federal facility in Atlanta, bit off both pink fingers and cut off his earlobes. He also cut off a testicle and his scrotum.

The class action lawsuit is still pending, but it has at least led to some changes in the way mental illnesses were treated from within.

Guzmán is scheduled to be held in the most isolated section of ADX, Range 13, according to Hood according to the New York Post & # 39; it is not a place designed for humanity & # 39 ;.

Mexican Marines conquered & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; on January 8, 2016, in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. He was extradited to the US a year later.

Mexican Marines conquered & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; on January 8, 2016, in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. He was extradited to the US a year later.

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Mexican Marines conquered & # 39; El Chapo & # 39; on January 8, 2016, in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. He was extradited to the US a year later.

El Chapo & # 39; s wife Emma Coronel Aispuro (center right) may not visit the drug queen in prison, but the couple's seven-year-old twin daughters

El Chapo & # 39; s wife Emma Coronel Aispuro (center right) may not visit the drug queen in prison, but the couple's seven-year-old twin daughters

El Chapo & # 39; s wife Emma Coronel Aispuro (center right) may not visit the drug queen in prison, but the couple's seven-year-old twin daughters

& # 39; It is one click away from the death penalty. Suddenly you are put in a box and you are not taken care of – that is the punishment. & # 39;

El Chapo, who founded the Sinaloa cartel, will be excluded from visits by his wife of beauty queen, Emma Aispuro Colonel, who shared a photo of her Instagram account a few days ago on a gondola at the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy.

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Only his seven-year-old twin daughters can visit him.

In the past week, Colonel has also shared photos of El Chapo's clothing line that she is leading.

Such circumstances in the penitentiary institution have been denounced by Amnesty International and have led his defense team to submit a notice of objection.

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador acknowledged the pain of El Chapo's criminal enterprise in his home country, but criticized the federal government's decision to lock El Chapo in insolvency with ADX.

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