MEXICO CITY (Reuters)-
The Mexican government on Tuesday broadcast security footage of fugitive drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman at the last moment of his escape from the supreme security prison through a cell tunnel on Saturday night.
National Security Commissioner Monte alihangdero Ruby showed a rough video in which Guzman paced the room, watching behind the partition wall next to the shower, sitting on the bed, he finally disappeared from his vision at 8: 52. m. local time.
"He changed his shoes and went to the shower," Ruby said as he explained the camera.
"You can't see what he's doing.
"The partition block the camera for about 50-cm (20 inch)by 50-
One mile cm entrance hole
Mexican television broadcast the long tunnel earlier Tuesday.
This is one of the two blind spots of the security camera in Guzman's cell.
The escape of Guzman, Mexico's most notorious drug lord, has embarrassed President Enrique Peña Nieto for the second time.
Rubido said that before he left, Guzman's behavior was "normal" for a man who had been in a small cell for several hours ".
The commissioner said the blind spots were meant to give Guzman some privacy while washing his clothes.
The video shows that the high wall is enough to cover the lower half of Guzman's body while standing.
The jailbreak took place in Peña Nieto.
A state visit to France.
Guzman escaped from prison for the first time in 2001. (
Reports from Dave Graham and David Al Garcia;
Editor Michael Perry)