As a good undevelovep country, our prisons are shit and overpopulated. Some of them violate human rights by existing lol (challapalca is a example i think, at least the sepa is closed and el fronton is in ruins since Alan bombed it to the ground).
About Guzman, the only chance he gets out of prison is 2 plans: General Amnesty to all (war criminals of right to left) supported by Fujimoristas, Movadef and Etnocaceristas. Or the total breakup and anarchy in Peru. The "chinito" can't get out of jail because he has a similar criminal history to Guzman (human rights violation, murder, etc) and several law proyect with his name cannot pass because of this.
Well, the most known and surely there is a traduction of "7 essays of the peruvian reality".
Well, the introduction to the book "the forth sword" by Roncagliolo (i havent found an english traducction) put it this way:
"The jail that locks Abimael Guzman was built especially for him, and it's the most secure in the world. To scape,Guzman would need to break walls of 40 cm thick made of explotion proof concrete. After that, he would need to face seven metal doors with custody and a wall of 8 mts with spiked metal and watched by many towers. The exterior perimeter is surrounded by a mine field. If he could surpass that, he still would have to run 200 m of swamps to the sea. If he goes to the other direction , he would find himself in the Callao Naval Base. In his more than 70 years and with problems of blood pressure, it's not very probable that he tries it."
In a twist of fate for those that not know, the Callao Naval Base is home for the most known prisioners in Peru: Abimael Guzman (PCP-SL, founder), Victor Polay Campos(MRTA, founder), Vladimiro Montesinos "el Doc" (CIA agent in his youth, strongman in the 90's and leader of the National Inteligence Service) and "Artemio"(last leader of the armed SP guerrilla-terrorist forced in the Huallaga jungles-the Quispe Palomino brothers have denounced Guzman). So, Guzman has to talk with the people he wage war against for the rest of his life.