For 25 years, Guzman has been the leader of one of the world's most powerful drug cartels.
On Monday, the nominated jury, who lived in New York for 20 years, but born in Medellin, Colombia, said he liked the police's television series and was well aware of the problem of drug trafficking because of his background.
Medegine became known throughout the world as the center of world trade in cocaine at the time of Pablo Escobar.
The young man seems to have asked a judge if he could get El Paso's autograph, the most sought after person in the United States after Osama bin Laden.
One of the prosecutors has asked that the young man be dismissed because he is in love with El Paso. However, the Defense Council had a different view. The judge intervened and asked him directly why he had requested an autograph from the accused. And he replied, "Because I am an admirer of him."
As a result, they removed him immediately from the list of possible jury members.
El Paso himself sat in the quay with a dark suit and a blue shirt with a checkered tie seemed to be fun of this incident.
The selection of 12 jury and 6 of their deputies began on Monday and will be completed on Friday. Many of those who have been called explain that they do not want to participate in this trial. On Monday, two women were excluded from the process and said they were afraid of retaliation of El Paso's employees. Today, the judge said another woman told her that her mother threatened to move if she became a jury in the trial.
A person who suffered panic attacks and was transferred to a hospital was also ruled out.
To protect the jury, the process is performed in camera. Their names are private and will be accompanied daily at the Brooklyn District Court, where security measures have been strengthened.
Guzman is accused of being on his way from 1989 to 2014 by the Shinlaloa plague who imported more than 154 tonnes of cocaine to the United States, large amounts of heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana worth $ 14 billion.
Source: RES / BIP