Mexican President Calls El Chapo’s Sentencing ‘Inhumane’
The Mexican President is calling out the US justice system for the “inhumane” life sentencing of El Chapo.
How in the world can this be inhumane, if the drug lord has been responsible for one of the biggest criminal enterprise the world has ever seen?
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Thursday blasted Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s life sentence as “inhumane” — echoing comments made by the convicted druglord himself.
“A sentence for life in a hostile jail” would be “hard” and not worth living, said López Obrador at a morning press conference, according to Reuters.
He did, however, call Guzman out for his murderous ways and drug-fueled life of crime.
“It’s something very painful,” said López Obrador, adding that had “many victims in mind.”
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