Mexico’s is at its thinnest line of being uncontrolled. Cartels are a big problem in Mexico and are ruining the country; they are a serious mater in the world we live in today. The cartels are formed in groups and structures to control the production and distribution of narcotic drugs. They are criminal groups that develop and control drug trafficking operations. Mexico, the state that is right now is a very heavy situation that is difficult to control. Cartels range from wacky managed agreements and work separately and have rivals they are to dodge. The Country, Mexico is a major supplier of heroin to the U.S. market, and the largest foreign supplier of cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana. Cartels are not only in Mexico but around the world as well, even some cartels have moved forward in the United States.
Basically, Cartels based on Cain Crowly are in essential structures and each structure has a job to protect the cartel. Falcons know as Halcones are considered the eyes of the streets of these dangerous streets they are also the lowest rank in the drug cartel, which are responsible for looking out and reporting the activities of the armed forces and their rival groups. Hitmen known, as Sicarios are armed groups in the cartel that are accountable for committing other crimes such as assassinations, kidnappings, thefts, and other extensions that retain harm. They are also to protect their territory and their cartel organization from other cartels. Lieutenants known as Lugartenientes are the third highest position in the drug organization. Lieutenants are responsible for handling the Hitmen and falcons within their territory. They also execute without the permission of their higher bosses known as the Drug lords, Capos, the highest organization in the drug cartel. They are responsible for everything such as the protection of the entire drug industry. Assigning territorial leaders, planning treaties and organizing high-level executions. These...
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