FOX News Latino - While the long arm of the law keeps twisting and turning in the extradition case of Mexican drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the 59-year-old can finally see the light. Literally.
Guzman is so stressed he’s going bald, his lawyer told Fox News Latino. But at least he’s getting more sunlight.
Jose Refugio Rodriguez, who is the coordinator of Guzman’s legal team, said that he saw an improvement on his client’s physical condition the last time he saw him last month at the prison outside Ciudad Juarez, right across the U.S. border, where he remains in isolation.
Rodriguez said Guzman is now allowed up to half an hour of sunlight every day. He was previously allowed to see sunlight only three times a week when was first moved to Cefereso No. 9 prison back in May.
Guzmán is reportedly guarded by nearly 700 agents, soldiers and police officers inside and outside the perimeter of the prison.