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    The Mexican Drug Cartels

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    A drug cartel is a criminal organization developed with the purpose of promoting and controlling drug trafficking operations. They range from loosely managed agreements among various drug traffickers to formalized commercial enterprises. Up until the early 1900s, the use of opium, cocaine, marijuana, and alcohol were legal in the United States and could be purchased at pharmacies and stores. “Chinese merchants brought opium to Sinaloa back in the late 1800’s...and since then, Sinaloa has been full of opium”(Saviano). A steady series of laws passed in the United States made all drug use illegal. The Mexican Drug Cartels have a lot more power than people think. “The DEA claims the following cartels are currently in active in the United States:…

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    Drug Cartels In Mexico

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    The genesis of all drug cartels in Mexico trace to a Mexican Judicial Federal Police agent Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo also known as "The Godfather". He was the founder of the “Guadalajara Cartel”, which controlled all illegal drug trade in and around Mexico’s border in 1980. Since 2006, the Mexican military have intervened with a goal of stopping all drug-related violence consisting inside Mexico’s borders, leaving drug trafficking a problem to the United States. The ongoing fight against drug…

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    Drug Cartel Research

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    reported that he U.S president Richard Nixon confirmed ‘war on drugs’ on Mexican drug cartels however, ‘the supply and use of drugs has not changed in any fundamental way’. A Mexican official spent years combating drug trafficking he stated that ‘This war is not winnable’ (The Wall Street Journal, 26th December 2009). Various economic factors contribute towards the continuing existence of the MCs. Drug trafficking is a global illicit trades that includes, agriculture, manufactures,…

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    Cartel Medellin Carttel

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    Several groups/gangs and narco-terrorism mentioned in the study concerning drug trafficking. However, today’s societies consist of several different gangs that feel they are the rough and tough living. All groups and gangs are a danger to society because they are street smart and manipulative when it comes to the sale of cocaine and other drugs. Nevertheless, after all, consideration, the Cartel-Medellin Cartel appears to be the most dangerous efficiently this gang was a ruthless, highly…

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    Essay On Sinaloa Cartel

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    There are many drug cartels throughout the world. One of the most well known and feared is the Sinaloa Cartel. The most notorious member is a man named Joaquín Guzmán, also known as El Chapo made himself a legend in the drug distribution business. Joaquin Guzman, or El Chapo is the name most people think of when talking about drug lords or cartels . El Chapo was born in a small town name Sinaloa, Mexico. When He was young he worked bringing oranges to markets to help out his family until later…

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    directly tied to the Mexican political system (Navarro & Vivas, 2012). Drug cartels start off by taking over small and local businesses, then progress to larger ones, and eventually having some sort of power or influence over high-ranking and government officials. Cartels contribute to local and regional political campaigns, bribe officials, and much more to assure the need to extract favors and permissions from the officeholders…

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    him operate his drug cartel anyway he pleased (Bowden 24). Pablo was now thinking big. Pablo and his cartel pioneered the act of moving enormous quantities of cocaine with boats and planes through Mexico and to the United States (Drug). Escobar enlisted the help of Carlos Ledher. Carlos Ledher first approached Pablo because he felt the business needed him. He told Escobar that they needed to make cocaine the leading drug of the 1980s. He also said they needed to get a stronghold on the entire…

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    Mexico's cartels are a danger to society and a danger to the world as well. I know that the cartels have caused many cases of deaths and not just through shoot outs, but through drug overdoses through the whole world. I wonder if the cartels have any emotions of what they do. Also if they realize the damage they do to the world and their own country. I chose this topic because it caught my interest on how they have so much power. Also how they have so many people on their side and how their own…

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    says Grillo. In the confession from the cartel members reports that the bodies were cremated in a large garbage pit that was kept alive by diesel, tires, wood, and gasoline; however, the remains that were not incinerated were put in trash bags and dumped into a nearby river says Grillo: “On Nov. 7, Mexico's Attorney General, Jesús Murillo Karam, revealed that three cartel assassins had confessed to taking the students to a garbage dump, where they allegedly murdered them and incinerated their…

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    The Sinaloa Cartel has fought brutally for increased control of routes through Chihuahua and Baja California with the goal of becoming the dominant drug trafficking organization in the country and more decentralized structure of loosely linked smaller organization. (Beittel, 2013) Began in 2008, Bush as President of United State and Calderon as President of Mexico agreed to development effort transforming the bilateral relationship by a security agreement package of United States assistance…

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