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Sinaloa Cartel

Mexico’s War on Drugs Sinaloa is the hometown of the “Sinaloa Cartel” ran by Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman it’s labeled as the biggest as well as the most powerfullest cartel. Sinaloa is known as the “The Drug Capital of Mexico.” Not only is it just the Sinaloa Cartel there are other major cartels involved in the War on Drugs. And other trafficking methods are convoluted. Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman the head of the Sinaloa Drug Cartel was born in Badiraguato Mexico. His life was shaped by his family's...

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The Zetas vs. Sinaloa Cartel

Project Final Draft The War between the two major drug cartels in Mexico, Los Zetas and the Sinaloa Drug Cartel, has exploded to new extremes and is now affecting multiple countries. There are multiple cartels in Mexico who control certain sections of the country, but all have aligned with one or the other of the two Goliaths. This war started over the drug routes stemming from southern Mexico to the United States of America. The Sinaloa Cartel has controlled these routes for many decades; however...

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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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Sinaloa Cartel Research Paper

The Sinaloa Cartel is the largest drug empire in the world responsible for smuggling about a quarter of all illegal drugs in the U.S. from Mexico with an estimated revenue over 3 billion dollars. Forbes Magazine added its leader, Juaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, to the 2009 billionaires list and in 2013 ranked him as the 67th most powerful person in the world. What truly defines the Sinaloa Cartel as a Hybrid Threat to the U.S. is its widespread network with criminal organizations throughout the world...

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The Good Side to Mexican Cartels

getting kidnapped or murdered by any cartel affiliated member. Of course, the violence between and within the various cartel organizations receives much of the spotlight and therefore frightens the public. Truth is, the majority of the Mexican cartels are not out hunting to harm tourists or even the locals; their primary focus is the economics and well-being of their drug business. Even though Mexican cartels are depicted as being violent and prone to crimes, their cartel behavior indicates the “business-like”...

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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 War

“needs”. A Mexican Cartel is a criminal organization developed with the main purpose of promoting and controlling drug trafficking operations both interstate and intrastate. They range from loosely managed business agreements among various drug traffickers to formal commercial enterprises. The main Mexican Cartels consist of the Sinaloa, Gulf, La Familia, Tijuana, Beltran, and Juarez cartels. These cartels cover the majority of the territory in Mexico. There are two main cartels that control most...

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Mexican Drug Cartel Analysis

A 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...

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Drug trafficking

marijuana and methamphetamine. There are 4 major drug cartels in Mexico, the Gulf, Juarez, Tijuana and the biggest one, the Sinaloa drug cartel owned by Joaquin Guzman, the 701th richest man in the world. These 4 areas are the places where cocaine from America and marijuana from Mexico is distributed and traded. 90% of the cocaine that enters U.S.A goes through Mexico. Mexico is also a main supplier of marijuana and meth for the U.S. These cartels are getting more wealthy and powerful every year. There...

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Drug Wars in Mexico

Some atrocities that have taken place involvesuspects that were alleged to have been members of the ultra-violent drug gang. “Time” magazine says the Zetas are mutinous Mexican army troops who graduated from School of the Americas. Hired by the cartels, they are directly responsible for an astounding rise in brutal, grisly killings, including many of the murders of women in Juarez. The street gangs also include Mara Salvatrucha from El Salvador and Calle18 gangs from Guatemala. One local newspaper...

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