English 101 Research Paper Mr. Berger 11/01/2012 Drug Trafficking From Mexico and Columbian Organizations
Drug trafficking in the United States has become a growing problem within the last fifteen years. Mexican and Columbians traffic many different types of drugs across our United States border. Thus, creating many problems on “The War on Drugs, According to El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC). Most of the cocaine, foreign source marijuana, methamphetamine, and Mexican source heroin available in United States are smuggled in many different ways across the borders by Mexican and Columbian Organizations. This paper will show us the different types of drugs illegally transported across the borders by Mexican and Columbian Organizations. This is important because these drugs are dangerous and create potential conflicts over the transportation of these drugs.
Columbian drug trafficking organizations increasingly rely upon the eastern Pacific Ocean as a trafficking route to move cocaine to the United States Law Enforcement and Intelligence community sources estimate that sixty five percent of cocaine shipped to the United States moves through the Central America Mexico corridor, by vessels operating the eastern pacific. Columbian traffickers utilize fishing vessels to transfer bulk shipments of cocaine from Columbia to the west of Mexico and when reached at the Yucatan...
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