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Mexican Drug Cartels

Cartels 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...

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Mexican Drug Cartel

MEXICAN DRUG CARTEL REPORT CGW4U – MR.LAMBERT JANUARY 20, 2014 What's really amazing about this course is that a lot of variety of topics and issues are discussed that happen around the world. The Mexican Drug Cartel is one of the few topics that haven't been discussed and that's what is being written about today. The Mexican Drug Cartel is basically a mini war that goes among rival drug cartels fighting each other for territory and control of traffic. Mexico has a geographically perfect...

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War on Drugs: Mexican Cartels

War on Drugs: Mexican Cartels Geography101B Baker College As Americans in the United States face the war on drugs, we struggle to get a grip on the killer of a nation. It seems as if illegal narcotics are killing and destroying families at an alarming rate. Since the early eighties, children have dropped out of school to make a profit from this dream killer. Many parents were either addicted to these illegal drugs, or in denial of their corruption. In many legal cases you hear the convicted...

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Mexican Drug Cartel Analysis

widely propagated myth would have us believe that Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera and his Sinaloa Federation are less violent than many of their competitors. Statements from journalists and analysts allege that Sinaloa is more businesslike than Los Zetas, whose reputation for brutality is well-documented, and that this business savvy somehow renders the group relatively benign. In turn, this has led many to believe that the Mexican government could broker a deal with the leader of...

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Mexican Cartels

Diana Martinez Miss Lightfoot ELA III Period 2 Mexican Cartels and their Abuse of Young Girls Violence has become such a problem in Mexico as it is related to drug cartels. The Mexican government announced that they would nearly double the size of its federal police force, to reduce the military involvement (“Mexican Government Softness Drug War”). That takes care of the movement of drug cartels. The drug violence has escalated to the point that young kids and young girls cannot be out...

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Mexican Drug Cartels

President Calderon’s government is currently fighting the drug problem of Mexico. In Calderon’s home in the state of Michoacan, the states of Jalisco, and Guerrero drug related violence has increased considerable. Life has changed for the worst in Mexico under the rising tsunami of drug violence. As early as October of 2007, the United States drug czar declared that the civil war in Mexico had greatly affected the drug trade in the United States. Cocaine distribution has risen up to 50 percent...

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The Drug Cartel

CP 11/10/12 The Mexican Drug War There has been a lot of hype surrounding the War on Terrorism overseas, but what if there was a similar war being waged close to home? The Mexican drug war is an ongoing, armed conflict between rival drug cartels fighting for regional control and against the Mexican government forces. It has claimed almost 50,000 lives since 2006, and accounts for over ninety percent of all illegal illicit drugs entering the United States. The Mexican drug war should be of...

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Drug cartel

Drug Cartel In Mexico Drug cartels are a major issue in Mexico that can be solved by improving the criminal justice system and also by improving international relations with countries that are affected. The drug cartels in Mexico are not only affecting Mexico but also the United States of America. The crime is not only increasing in Mexico but also here. Major companies such as banks and different companies are laundering money and hiring protection for these drug cartels. The cartels...

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Drug Cartel

Summary This paper summarizes the activity of the drug cartels that is responsible for terrorizing the citizens inside and outside Mexico. They are responsible for ruining young people’s lives by making them addicted to the drugs. These drug cartels are in Mexico and send drugs illegally throughout the world and their goal to make a lot of money by making more people to purchase their drugs. These organizations work like Mafia that no power could stop them from doing so. They have threatened people...

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Mexican Drug War Outline

Carpenter, Ted. "Undermining Mexico’s Dangerous Drug Cartels." Cato Institute. N.p.. Web. 23 Jul 2013. <http://www.cato.org/publications/policy-analysis/undermining-mexicos-dangerous-drug-cartels>. Al-Eryani, Ausan. "Mexico’s drug war effects US as well." Collegiate Times. Virginia Tech. Web. 23 Jul 2013. <http://www.collegiatetimes.com/stories/18328/mexicos-drug-war-effects-us-as-well/p2>. Grillo, Ioan. "US troops aid Mexico in drug war." Global Post. N.p.. Web. 23 Jul 2013...

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