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P.O.S. MS-13 Kingpin Complains About Prison Conditions

by Wednesday, August 8, 2018

An alleged major drug trafficker known as “Reaper,” who’s accused of being a kingpin in the brutal MS-13 gang, told a judge life in lockup is unbearable and complained about a lack of phone access and the “discrimination” he faces at a New York county jail.

Miguel Angel Corea Diaz, 35, begged State Supreme Court Justice Patricia Harrington to intervene while he’s locked up in Nassau County, Newsday reported Monday. Corea Diaz claimed he was “suffering.”


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“Discrimination. I’m suffering in this county. They call me ‘El Chapo.’ Die, scary guy,” the so-called East Coast leader of the notorious gang told the court he had received “a lot of death threats” from outside the jail.

Corea Diaz was charged with three counts of operating as a major drug trafficker and five counts of second-degree conspiracy. He pleaded not guilty to the crimes in April. The district attorney’s office had told the court Corea Diaz reported directly to the gang’s leaders in El Salvador.

“I’m a human being, I have a family. I have children. I’m not able to talk to them,” he said. “It’s about time that I speak to them because when I get deported, I don’t know if I’m going to be able to speak to them again.”

Corea Diaz is locked in his jail cell for 23 hours a day and has limited phone access, his lawyer Scott Gross told the judge, adding “The conditions have been unbearable.”

In response to Corea Diaz’s pleas, Harrington said she had no control over where the jail houses inmates, but would look into getting him more phone access.

Corea Diaz, a Salvadoran national, faces 25 years to life in prison if he’s convicted of the charges against him. Plea negotiations with Corea Diaz are ongoing, district attorney’s office spokeswoman Miriam Sholder told Newsday. The district attorney’s office in June offered Corea Diaz a plea bargain of 7 to 21 years in prison, the newspaper reported, citing court records. He would have to waive his right to appeal the conviction.

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  • rad78red
    August 8, 2018

    he probably promised free drugs to anyone that would help him !!!!!!!!

  • Jay
    August 8, 2018

    If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime! I am sure he is guilty of many worse offensives and his lawyers got it reduced! He pathetic!
    In my opinion, throw away the key. Just think of all the damage these illegal MS gang members did to law abiding American citizens. He can find sympathy in the dictionary! Build the wall!!
    Keep America safe! Trump 2020

  • Burt Beamer
    August 9, 2018

    I’d like to see someone that is good with a Bull Whip standing off to the side, and when they stick those fingers out beyond the grill work, the whip lashes out and the fingers come off. That would be the last time they do that.