The remaining days of the fateful drug kingpin El Chapo are likely to be rotted in refractory jail in America: Supermax.
The pint-sized pusher, real name Joaquin Guzman – convicted of drug trafficking on Tuesday in New York City – has left a trail of bloodbath and grief.
And with his earlier fondness for escaping from Mexican prisons, Supermax could be the only place for him in the US Penitentiary.
"El Chapo fits perfectly," said Cameron Lindsay, a retired guard who served three federal jail sentences, including the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.
"I would be absolutely shocked if he is not sent to the ADX."
The prison has 400 inmates held alone 23 hours a day in 7 x 12-foot solid-reinforced cells. The windows are only four inches tall and the jailbirds eat alone.
A former inmate called the jail a "high-tech version of hell".
The prison contains foreign and domestic terrorists, fiends, traitors and incorrigible murderers. Here are some residents of Supermax:
Zacarias Moussaoui: The al-Qaeda representative pleaded guilty in 2005 for conspiracy for terrorism over his role in planning the September 11 attacks.
Abu Hamza al-Masri: British hate minister – AKA The Hook – and staff member of terrorist master Osama bin Laden. He was convicted for being the mastermind behind the abduction of western people in Yemen and the establishment of a terrorist camp in Oregon.
Ahmed Ressam: Canadian content The Algerian citizen, who lied to come to Canada as a refugee, was convicted in 2001 of conspiracy to commit terrorism for planning a bombing of Los Angeles International Airport on December 31, 1999. We paid for his well-being for three years.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: The Boston Marathon Bomber who killed three dead and injured along with his brother. Sentenced to death, he is eventually transferred to USP Terre Haute for execution.
Theodore Kaczynski: The Unabomber. He carried out a bombing campaign that killed three people and wounded 23 others. The epitome of the crazy professor.
Terry Nichols: A co-conspirator of Timothy McVeigh in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing that killed 194 men, women and children. McVeigh got the needle in 2001.
Robert Hanssen: One of the worst traitors in US history. The former FBI agent forwarded classified information to the former Soviet Union. Numerous US agents were killed.
James Marcello: Marcello, boss of the famous Chicago outfit, is accused of participating in the murders of 18 underwater rivals.
Larry Hoover: Another graduate of the streets of Windy City. Hoover was the leader of gangster disciples. He was convicted of conspiring for drugs, extortion, money laundering, and the leadership of a continuing criminal enterprise.
Matthew Hale: The white Supremacist cult leader asked an FBI snitch to assassinate a federal judge.
Thomas Silverstein: Silverstein is considered the most dangerous man in the US prison system and is considered as alleged leader of the Aryan Brotherhood. He murdered a correctional officer in 1983 and landed at Supermax.