In 2001, the famous drug dealer, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, escaped from prison, probably hiding in the back of a truck with the laundry. The leader of the Sinaloa cartel, which is responsible for the countless deadly crimes, had his men almost everywhere, so it is not surprising that the escape was successful.
For 13 years, El Chapo was protected by several hundreds of soldiers who walked with him almost everywhere. Finally, he was stopped by Mexican police in February 22, 2014. But before that happened, he managed to escape from his home equipped with a system of unusual underground corridors. Are you curious, how did this happen? Read on!
Several days before the arrest of the drug dealer, the soldiers organized a ride on the Culican hiding. The criminal managed to escape by the secret exit, which was located under the bath tub.
Going down the ladder, El Chapo reached the system of tunnels.
The tunnels were going to the sewer system which were connected with seven other houses of Culiacan.
No wonder that he managed to escape when the ride started.