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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 down the road his uncle introduced him to the drug industry. Even though he is now one of the most wealthy drug lords, his family lived in poverty throughout his childhood. He is supposedly fifty-seven years old but no one really knows his birthday because he has hid records of himself. He has been married four different times and between all of his marriages he has over ten children. He was kicked out of his house as a teenager and was told to make it on his on, so he entered the drug game at…

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    Sinaloa Cartel The Sinaloa cartel is an international drug cartel syndicate made up of several different organizations. The US intelligence community considers the cartel the most powerful drug trafficking organization in the world. They are known for being extremely violent in expanding its drug business using murder, kidnapping and bribery as a tool. In Mexico, many cartels and drug organization have their origins in the state of Sinaloa. The families that lived in this region during the…

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    While records related to the birth of Julia Pastrana are somewhat blurred, it is likely that she was born somewhere on the Western slopes of Mexico’s Sierra Madre. It is believed that she was born in the year 1834. At that time, her physical characteristics of thick lips, wide ears and excessive hair growth caused great confusion: Some individuals theorized that she was the offspring of a human and an ape, a bear or a baboon, which led to her nicknames, ‘The Bear Woman,’ ‘The Baboon Lady’ and…

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    In the northwestern part of Mexico, inside the state of Sinaloa there’s a city called Culiacan. This city is the center of the Sinaloa cartel, which is one of the most powerful cartels of Mexico. The Sinaloa cartel also operates in the states of Bajo California, Durango, Sonora, and Chihuahua. The cartel is also known as Guzman-Loera Organization or the Pacific Cartel. According to various sources, this cartel is responsible for distributing a large amount of cocaine, marijuana and heroin.…

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    El Chapo Story

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    La Tuna he turned the coin around and went to the drugs he grew poppy and marijuana he began to grow it, to harvest and to sell it. At the age of 18 to Culiacan, then after to Guadalajara never without visiting his ranch, even until today… because his mom, thanks to God, is still alive, out there at his ranch, which is La Tuna, so… that’s how things have been. Sinaloa Culiacan founded in 1989 from the…

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    Mexico, a place minutes away from the United States is known for its cartels that distribute drugs and guns for a larger profit. The Sinaloa Cartel is one of the most violent and smartest gang organizations ran by El Chapo Guzman, a notorious drug lord whom escaped out of prison twice and has more than 100 killings under his name. The information about El Chapo and his drug cartel that is being introduced is an example of what the Mexico government would play a part in for its own corruption.…

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    Essay On Mexican Drug War

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    military aid and intervention and prohibition of drugs, with the objective of reducing the illegal drug trade globally. One notable site of this “War on Drugs” is Mexico where the campaign has developed into what is known as the Mexican Drug War. Due to its geographic location, Mexico has been used as a conveyance point for narcotics and contraband between markets in Latin America and the United States. The Mexican Drug War is a continuing, low-intensity war between the Mexican Government and a…

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    arrest some of the upper-level drug cartel officials. The immediate response of the cartels was to expand violence. This resulted in 5,300 deaths in 2008. The violence has continued to escalate, with an estimated of 70,000 to 130,000 deaths between December 2006 & December 2013. In 2012, Felipe Calderon was succeeded as president. In October 2012, the mexican military forces killed Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, the leader of Los Zetas Cartel. The death of Lazcano was the biggest victory in the war…

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    They were the Beltran-Leyva cartel, La Familia Michoacana cartel, Gulf cartel, Juarez cartel, Sinaloa cartel, Tijuana cartel, and the Los Zetas cartel. After a decade of conflict amongst the cartels, two cartels remain. They are the Sinaloa and newly established Jalisco New Generation drug cartel (CJNG). The other cartels either merged or consolidated within the two remaining cartels or degraded into lower level street gangs. The Sinaloa Cartel is the largest and most powerful drug trafficking…

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    The Mexican Drug War

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    complex conflict includes various actors, all of which play a different but important role. There are seven main drug cartels: Beltran-Leyva, Gulf, Juarez, La Familia Michoacana, Los Zetas, Sinaloa, and Tijuana/Arellano Felix. Each cartel maintains its own territory, and some areas are disputed among cartels. For example, Los Zetas controls the Central North and some of the Southeast coast, and the Gulf Cartel reins the Northeast coast. However, both cartels dispute over Zacatecas, a region in…

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