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Sunday, January 10, 2016

The Notorious Sean Penn Interview With El Chapo!

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Hey, why is everyone so mad at Sean Penn for interviewing El Chapo in secret? You can’t exactly invite the world’s most wanted criminal to the studios for a interview can you?

Good journalism for Penn! He got a great interview that will make history!

His face beaming and looking "remarkably well-groomed" for a prison escapee, Penn said, Guzman bragged about the intricate nature of his drug empire, the Sinaloa cartel.

"I have a fleet of submarines, airplanes, trucks and boats," he told Penn.

The interview added another twist to the surreal life of the two-time prison escapee. And the latest escape in July, Guzman told Penn, was a well-planned operation.

During that escape, Guzman vanished through a hole in his shower and into a tunnel, then to a small plane that flew him to freedom, Mexican Attorney General Arely Gomez Gonzalez said

The engineers who built the tunnel were flown to Germany for specialized training, Penn said Guzman told him. A motorcycle on rails inside the tunnel was adjusted to run in an environment with limited oxygen, he said.

While Penn does not give the specific location of the interview, he said it was conducted in Mexico.

Guzman was recaptured early Friday when the Mexican navy raided a home in the coastal city of Los Mochis, where he was protected by many local residents who revered him as a modern Robin Hood.

In the article, Penn mused about the fact that he was not blindfolded while going to meet the drug lord.

But he also highlighted the extraordinary measures taken to protect Guzman, including flying Penn and his team aboard a plane that had a device that jams radar and ensuring they did not have their phones.

That night, after a few hours of talking, Guzman and his protectors strapped on body armor and brought out the weapons.

Penn said the interview was planned by del Castillo, a Mexican actress who supported Guzman. The drug lord wanted the actress's help in spearheading a movie project about his life.

Del Castillo has not commented since the publication of the article.

Complete story from CNN and Rolling Stone Here.

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