Sinaloa Cartel

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  • Sinaloa Cartel Research Paper

    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 1960s and 1970s moved from the contraband trade into the drug business, specifically marijuana. One the first major traffickers was Pedro Avila. He go onto bring in his friend's son Joaquin Loera into the trade, also known as the soon to be notorious “El…

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  • Sinaloa Cartel: A Case Study

    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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  • El Chapo Sinaloa Cartel

    head of the El Chapo Sinaloa Cartel, currently the biggest drug empire in the history. Over the years, he has built a corporate that makes him billions of dollars from selling synthetic drugs such as: marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine. In fact, he even made it on the Forbes magazine as one of the smartest entrepreneur with his staggering net worth. El Chapo is being admired for his genius schemes on accumulating wealth by smuggling illegal substances throughout the globe by means…

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  • El Chapo Story

    which is La Tuna, so… that’s how things have been. Sinaloa Culiacan founded in 1989 from the…

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  • Essay On Mexican Drug War

    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 number of drug trafficking cartels. The major cartels being targeted by the Mexican government are: Los Zetas (Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas), the Sinaloa Cartel (Culiacán, Sinaloa), the Gulf Cartel (Matamoros, Tamaulipa), La Familia Michoacana Cartel (Michoacán), the Tijuana Cartel…

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  • Summary: Drug Trafficking In Mexico

    There are numerous places in Mexico that cartels are blooming and taking over. Each region has one that is more in power than the rest. The one that makes it to the top of the top is the mostly known to the public. For example, “the Juarez Cartel… has historically controlled the middle area of the Mexican- United States border” and the “Sinaloa Cartel…is based in the Sinaloa state near the city of Culiacan.” Furthermore, the state of Tamaulipas is invaded by the Gulf cartel. Los Zetas have…

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  • Corruption In El Chapo Guzman's Drug Cartel

    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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  • Drug Violence In Mexico Essay

    traffickers, an estimated of 22,000 people have died in drug-related violence. In the early twenty-first century, the mexican government attempt to stop the activity of drug cartels, but the result has been an uncontrolled violence. The mexican government remains impotent to fight the violence. The United States think that they should intervene in order for a possibility to combat México’s drug cartels and end their violence. Criminal organizations have been risen very quickly in México.…

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  • Short Biography Of Julia Pastrana

    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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  • The Mexican Drug War

    of continued policy failure. The 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…

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