I'm assuming that when particles come in contact with the event horizon, they start traveling directly to the singularity, which is one point that might need clarification. Tangent particles would obviously act this way, but particles entering at wide angles might "whirlpool" down into the singularity.
My question only applies to the first case, which when crossing the event horizon, the quarks would not be able to move when the strong force acts upon them. Additionally, even the gluons themselves would have to travel toward the singularity. All quarks would instantly travel in straight lines to the singularity, which seems to indicate that matter just disintigrates into subatomic particles at the event horizon. Is this correct?