Wayland Student Press

  • Junior Kyle Chen places third in national piano competition

  • WHSTE's "Pronoun" qualifies for state finals at Old John Hancock Hall

  • Retirement party for Happy Hollow Principal Jim Lee on June 6, send favorite memories to [email protected]

  • Class of 2021 selects the Hyatt Regency Boston as next year's prom venue

  • Class of 2022 runs mattress fundraiser

  • CAPA a cappella concert to be held at 7:30 p.m. on April 6

  • Seniors Lauren Campbell, Eric McGonagle, Myle Larsen to host Progressive Dinner on March 30

  • WHSPO votes to withdraw prom bus subsidization to Class of 2020

  • Parents request $18,000 in donations for "Late Night" after prom

MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

Joaqu%C3%ADn+%22El+Chapo%22+Guzm%C3%A1n%2C+escaped+from+jail+and+is+currently+on+trial.+He+was+well+known+as+a+drug+lord+which+put+him+in+jail+the+first+time.+
Back to Article
Back to Article

MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

Joaquín

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, escaped from jail and is currently on trial. He was well known as a drug lord which put him in jail the first time.

Credit: Chris Stevenson/The Independent

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, escaped from jail and is currently on trial. He was well known as a drug lord which put him in jail the first time.

Credit: Chris Stevenson/The Independent

Credit: Chris Stevenson/The Independent

Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, escaped from jail and is currently on trial. He was well known as a drug lord which put him in jail the first time.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Students speak out their opinions on the trial for Joaquín Guzmán Loera, also known as “El Chapo”, the Mexican drug lord. His history of violence, as well as his involvement in the Sinaloa drug cartel for over 20 years, ultimately led up to his capture and trial.

Will Carr, sophomore “If he’s done all these bad things, I think there’s no reason why El Chapo shouldn’t go back to jail.”

Julia Pak, junior “I think El Chapo should go to jail for a long time because a person who caused so much harm shouldn’t be on the loose.”

Billy Cossart, sophomore “If he killed people and then left jail and was captured, of course he should go back for his time and for an extended time because he left jail. I don’t understand why someone would think he shouldn’t go back to jail.”

Maddie Olstein, junior “[It’s] very bad, he’s killing people. But good for him [that] he figured out a way to escape. Maybe he’s trying to turn it around, I don’t know. He’s just trying to make a living in this hard economy.”

Brian Carmichael, senior “I feel like he was given a chance to live a good life and he ruined his opportunity by trying to escape from prison and such. So, I feel like he should go back to jail and serve the rest of his life in a dark cell.”

Jason Haims, sophomore “When it comes to the El Chapo trial, I think it’s pretty interesting because there’s a lot of media attention in the courtroom and everything, [which] might be influencing people differently in the courtroom. I heard the jurors have to stay anonymous because they’re afraid the cartel will literally kill them so that definitely puts extra pressure on them to maybe rule differently.”

Gavin Moser, junior “[The trial] is pretty interesting; there’s lots of debate about it. [He should] definitely go back to jail because he was dealing drugs illegally.”

Olivia Poulin, sophomore “I think that he should go back to jail; he’s done some pretty awful things, including breaking out of jail.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
About the Writers
Hailey Robinson, Sports Editor

Hailey Robinson, class of 2020, is the sports editor for WSPN. She is in her second year on the WSPN staff. She is a member of the Wayland-Weston varsity...

Christina Taxiarchis, A&E Editor

Christina Taxiarchis, class of 2020, is the Arts & Entertainment editor for WSPN. She is in her second year of journalism. She is on the Wayland girls...

2 Comments

2 Responses to “MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial”

  1. What on December 9th, 2018 8:09 PM

    What other reactions were there supposed to be?

  2. why on December 10th, 2018 8:59 PM

    qUAliTY jOuRnAliSM

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    News Brief: Three assistant principal finalists visit WHS

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Warrior Weekly: March Madness Breakdown

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    News Brief: March Madness picks open

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Climate strike reaches WHS students

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Abby Gavron: Softball opened my eyes to the leader I can be

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Behind the scenes with the senior show directors

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Quiz: Which elective should you take?

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Investigating the bonds between WPS educators

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Winter sports recap

  • MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial

    Articles

    Season recap: Boys varsity basketball

Navigate Right
The student news site of Wayland High School
MOTS: Students share thoughts on the El Chapo trial