Essay about Mexican President Felipe 's Case For Organized Crime

833 Words Apr 5th, 2016 4 Pages
Newly elected Mexican President Felipe Calderon declares war, to the Top Five Most Violent Drug Cartels. The Sinaloa Cartel, The Gulf Cartel, Los Zetas, the Beltran Leyva cartel, and La Familia Michochana. December 11, 2006 President Felipe Calderon deploys more than 6,500 Mexican soldiers to the state of Michoacán to battle the state 's once-powerful drug cartel,
According to the Latin American Herald Tribune in their article “Mexico Cartels Pay Corrupt Cops $100 million a Month,” cops are being paid an approximation of 1.27 billion pesos, about $100 million, a month by cartels and anything involved with organized crime” (lath). Mexican President Felipe Calderon fires 284 federal police commanders to weed out corruption. In the first full year of the drug war, 2,837 people are killed. Mexican drug cartel retaliates violently to anti-crime government effort, by killing Roberto Velasco Bravo, Mexico 's director of investigation for organized crime. Edgar Eusebio Millan Gomez, Mexico 's federal police chief. The commander of Mexico City 's investigative police force, Esteban Roble Espinosa also killed.
Mexican President Felipe Calderon tells CNN news, "We live next to the world 's largest drug consumer, and all the world wants to sell them drugs through our door and our window. And we live next to the world 's largest arms seller, which is supplying the cartels."(CNN).
Cartel leader Nazario Moreno Gonzalez, also known as "El Chayo," "El Doctor" and "El Mas Loco," The Craziest…

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