Emma Coronel, this week filed a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission that her hubby, who is being held in isolation, might die or “go crazy.”
She also said authorities have gone too far by cutting Guzman’s weekly lovemaking time with her from four hours to two, the New York Post reports.
According to his lawyers, he is said be suffering depression, hallucinations and memory loss in the tough conditions in Ciudad Juarez jail.
“He doesn’t know when is day and when is night,” said attorney José Refugio Rodríguez, who has filed several appeals to stop Guzman’s imminent extradition to the US. “He lives in constant anguish.”The lawyer said Guzman sent him “a desperate message” that he was seeing things and “felt he was going to die,”
He reported that lights in his cell were being kept on 24 hours a day and that guards wake him up every four hours to appear on camera for roll calls.
“They do not let me sleep,” he complained.
But authorities deny that his rights are being violated – suggesting that his bellyaching is merely a ruse to slow down his extradition.