Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán
He used his final 10 minutes to complain about his prison conditions and the U.S. justice system.
A VICE News story was "Exhibit A" in a new court filing that seeks to prevent the kingpin's conviction from being overturned.
“Don Jorge, your… your… your brother is very upset with me because he says that it’s my fault that there’s no communication.”
The government wants to charge El Chapo in the murders of "somewhere between 20 and an infinite number of people over a 25-year period,” his lawyer says.
Here are the 120 questions jurors for El Chapo trial will have to answer
“Sometimes people need to hear from the horse’s mouth”
The wheels of justice turn slowly
Prosecutors want to confiscate $14 billion in alleged drug money from Chapo
El Chapo’s attorney filed a pretrial motion asking the Justice Department to hand over any evidence against his client that "was derived from eavesdropping through warrantless wireless surveillance."