Alleged major drug trafficker, who’s accused of being a kingpin in the MS-13 gang, tells a judge life in prison is unbearable and complained about lack of phone access.
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.”
“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.