Juarez Cartel Research Paper

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Carrillo Fuentes at the head of the Juarez cartel had rivals the Gulf cartel, Sinaloa and Tijuana; However, he had the power at the time, but on June 4, 1997 - 20 years ago - his death was announced. According to the authorities, the "Lord of the Skies" would have died after having undergone aesthetic surgery to change his face; The surgical intervention occurred at the Santa Monica hospital in Mexico City. In November of that same year, the doctors who intervened with Amado Carrillo were located without life and with signs of torture on the Mexico-Acapulco highway. It was Jaime Godoy Singth, Carlos Humberto Avila, originally from Sinaloa; as well as the Colombian Ricardo Reyes Rincon. The doctors had studied at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara and were in charge of the drug trafficker 's surgery.…show more content…
It was until 2006 when the mapping changed. The government located six organizations: Sinaloa, Juárez, Tijuana, Golfo, La Familia Michoacana and the Millennium cartel. In 2008, two new cartels of a fragmentation emerged. On one side of the Sinaloa cartel, the Beltrán Leyva brothers split up and create their own organization. In the Tijuana cartel, of the Arellano Félix brothers, there is another break and Teodoro García Simental "El Teo", known for dissolving its rivals in caustic soda, operates
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