Mexico Offers $4M Reward, Says 'El Chapo' Escape Was Inside Job

Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman had inside help when he tunneled his way out of a supermax prison. That's according to Mexico's interior minister, who gave a press conference Monday night — and offered a four-million dollar reward for Guzman's capture.
Interior Minister Miguel Angel Osorio Chong said that Guzman couldn't have plotted his escape without the involvement of prison officials. In prison, "El Chapo" wore a monitoring bracelet and was under surveillance 24 hours a day. Guzman is the notorious former head of the deadly Sinaloa drug cartel.