Essay About Cartel Problems

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I am not a fish, but i’ve been Hooked. It all began in a remote town in the city of Mexico. Where one of the major problems there was poverty people did everything they could to earn any money possible so that they can sustain their family, and my family was one of them. And another major problem was the Cartels, poverty was so bad that people had no other choice but to get into it because it was one of the things they could earn fast and enough money for their family. I was fifteen years old when my uncle Jose got me into the drug “business” which was the one that supplied one of the dominant Cartel in the town. I did not continue to go to school and most could not too because we could not afford it, so we had no other choice but to get into …show more content…

But what we did not know is that they were members of the rival cartel called Cartel De Sinaloa and that one of them was the son of an important member and that is when we notice we have messed up. They were known for their brutality and mass assassinations. We freaked out when we found out and asked ourselves what to do because we knew they would come for vengeance. Without any notice, the next day 6 people were found dead chopped into pieces in plastic bags with a letter saying “Esto es por nuestra gente y esto es apenas el empiezo” or “ This is for our people and this is just the beginning” Everybody was scared and started to leave the town, and within a matter of days it became a ghost town and a war field. My mom and decided to come to the United States because she said we were going to be safer and my father had to stay because he was a member of the cartel that was fighting the Sinaloa Cartel. He could not get out because once you get in there is no backing out, if you do they’ll kill you. Couple months later the endless fight came to an end and luckily my father made it out alive and somehow could escape and come with us here and start a new

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