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The Elaborate Tunnels Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Used To Evade Authorities
Elaborate tunnels: Guzman escaped firstly through an open steel reinforced door leading to a series of interconnected tunnels in the city's drainage system in the city of Culiacan.   
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An interconnected tunnel in the city's drainage system that infamous drug boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, "El Chapo" used to evade authorities, is shown, in Culiacan, Mexico, Sunday Feb. 23, 2014. A day after troops narrowly missed infamous Guzman in Culiacan, one of his top aides was arrested. Officials said he told investigators that he picked up Guzman from a drainage pipe and helped him flee to Mazatlan but a wiretap being monitored by ICE agents in southern Arizona provided the final clue that led to the arrest of one of the world's most wanted men. (AP Photo/Adriana Gomez)
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An open steel reinforced door leads to a series of interconnected tunnels in the city's drainage system in the city of Culiacan, Mexico, Sunday Feb. 23, 2014. A day after troops narrowly missed infamous drug boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, "El Chapo" in Culiacan, one of his top aides was arrested. Officials said he told investigators that he picked up Guzman from a drainage pipe and helped him flee to Mazatlan but a wiretap being monitored by ICE agents in southern Arizona provided the final clue that led to the arrest of one of the worlds most wanted men. (AP Photo/Adriana Gomez)

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An interconnected tunnel in the city's drainage system that infamous drug boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, "El Chapo" used to evade authorities is shown, in the city of Culiacan, Mexico, Sunday Feb. 23, 2014. A day after troops narrowly missed infamous Guzman in Culiacan, one of his top aides was arrested. Officials said he told investigators that he picked up Guzman from a drainage pipe and helped him flee to Mazatlan but a wiretap being monitored by ICE agents in southern Arizona provided the final clue that led to the arrest of one of the world's most wanted men. (AP Photo/Adriana Gomez)
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One of the properties that was interconnected by tunnels in the city's drainage system that infamous drug boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, "El Chapo" used to evade authorities is shown, in Culiacan, Mexico, Sunday Feb. 23, 2014. A day after Mexican troops narrowly missed infamous Guzman in Culiacan, one of his top aides was arrested. Officials said he told investigators that he picked up Guzman from a drainage pipe and helped him flee to Mazatlan but a wiretap being monitored by ICE agents in southern Arizona provided the final clue that led to the arrest of one of the world's most wanted men. (AP Photo/Adriana Gomez)
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One of the properties that was interconnected by tunnels in the city's drainage system that infamous drug boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, "El Chapo" used to evade authorities is shown, in Culiacan, Mexico, Sunday Feb. 23, 2014. The grafiti on the garage door reads in Spanish "Secured by the PGR". A day after troops narrowly missed infamous Guzman in Culiacan, one of his top aides was arrested. Officials said he told investigators that he picked up Guzman from a drainage pipe and helped him flee to Mazatlan but a wiretap being monitored by ICE agents in southern Arizona provided the final clue that led to the arrest of one of the world's most wanted men. (AP Photo/Adriana Gomez)

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One of the properties that was interconnected by tunnels in the city's drainage system that infamous drug boss Joaquin Guzman Loera, "El Chapo" used to evade authorities is shown, in Culiacan, Mexico, Sunday Feb. 23, 2014. A day after Mexican troops narrowly missed the infamous Guzman in Culiacan, one of his top aides was arrested. Officials said he told investigators that he picked up Guzman from a drainage pipe and helped him flee to Mazatlan but a wiretap being monitored by ICE agents in southern Arizona provided the final clue that led to the arrest of one of the world's most wanted men. (AP Photo/Adriana Gomez)
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Ropa y artículos de tocador aparecen dispersos en una cama de una habitación de un condominio donde el famoso capo de la droga, Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, fue detenido en Mazatlán, México, el sábado 22 de febrero 2014. En el momento de su detención, Guzmán se encontraba con una mujer que no fue identificada, dijo un funcionario no autorizado a ser citado por su nombre, que agregó que la DEA y el Servicio Federal de Alguaciles estuvieron "muy involucrados" en la captura del narcotraficante. En el operativo no se disparó un sólo tiro. (AP Foto/ El Debate de Mazatlán) NO PUBLICAR EN MÉXICO

The Elaborate Tunnels Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Used To Evade Authorities

Elaborate tunnels: Guzman escaped firstly through an open steel reinforced door leading to a series of interconnected tunnels in the city's drainage system in the city of Culiacan.   

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