Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, the billionaire Sinaloa Cartel kingpin who is serving a life sentence in a Colorado supermax prison is not happy with his digs.

So, he’s begging Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to bring him home.

El Chapo, as he is known, says he’s suffering "psychological torment," provoked by harsh prison conditions such as lousy food, isolation, lack of sunlight and subpar medical care.

How El Chapo Guzmán ended up in a U.S. prison: Guzmán was arrested in Mexico and transferred to U.S. custody in 2016. At that time the Sinaloa Cartel was supplying more than half the cocaine, heroin, meth and marijuana coming into the U.S. Today, the cartel is known to be a major producer and exporter of deadly fentanyl to the U.S. 

Is El Chapo's repatriation a real possibility? It seems that President Lopez Obrador is considering …

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