Sinaloa Cartel Essays

  • Sinaloa Cartel Research Paper

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    Who are the cartels?The cartels are organization you don 't want to mess with.These type of gangs are nothing to take lightly.If you mess with these groups they will find you and do something to you that you might regret messing with them.The top three cartels are The Sinaloa cartel, The Juarez cartel, The Tijuana cartel and are the most dangerous groups out there. The cartels were started when Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo was arrested for murder a DEA Agent in 1989.Later more cartels were formed

  • Cartel De Jalisco Nueva Generacion

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    Introduction The CJNG, which stands for Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion or the New Generation of the Jalisco Cartel is considered by US and Mexican officials as one of the most powerful and dangerous cartels in the world. CJNG have quickly expanded their operations in the last 5 years since they first proclaimed their existence via YouTube claiming to be the Mata-Zetas (Killer of Zetas) and protectors of kidnappers and murders in the state of Jalisco. The rise of CJNG in part can be credited

  • The Decriminalization Of Drugs

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    Cartels all across the nation have a big influence on the raging war with drugs. By Mexico and Colombia trafficking drugs across the border by land, sea, and air, it adds fuel to the constant fire burning known as drug addicts. Not only do they affect society, but doctors assist in this habit by prescribing unnecessary narcotics to treat minor aches and pains. The most commonly traded drugs include marijuana and cocaine, shown as mostly popular among teens and young adults. Because of the number

  • Los Aztecas: Gang And Drug Trafficker

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    returning to Mexico. By 2013, it was reported that there were about 7,000 members in Mexico and the United States combined (e.g., El Paso, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania). Los Aztecas have long been working closely with drug cartels. One of their main allies is the Juárez cartel, a drug cartel based in Juárez, Mexico, for

  • Economic Influence Of Drug Trafficking In The United States

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    The ability to be able to have so much power and influence over so many things that affect our lives is inconceivable. From simple activities of a normal daily life to how a country can run and how it may flourish, the effects that drug trafficking has grown to new heights. The war on drugs has long been a struggle in many different countries and goes across the entire world. While some countries have been able to limit the trafficking, others struggle to contain it and simply cannot stop it. Drug

  • Mexican Cartel Essay

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    The Mexican cartel first started in the 60s and 70s with the Guadalajara cartel. The Guadalajara cartel got into some issue in the mid-1980s by kidnapping, torturing and murdering a U.S DEA agent Enrique Camarena. This event made the U.S government energized and focused on the Guadalajara cartel, which then led them to arrest and break up the Guadalajara cartel after the U.S government broke up the Guadalajara cartels leader Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo aka El Padrino or The Godfather divided his

  • Human Trafficking In Mexico

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    countries. Laws in the U.S. and in Europe were recently made to regulate this black market trade (Davila). More human trafficking occurs in Mexico than anywhere else in the world due to the corruption of government officials, which has allowed drug cartels to become very powerful. In cities like Tenancingo,

  • The Los Zetas In Mexico

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    business. (Figure 1) Many people who decide to go against the cartel, or not help them often become the victims. Figure 1-Homocide Victims (Source: MexicoDailyNews 2016) The government and government officials have tried many times to take control of this growing industry, but it has gotten far out of control. It is far beyond their control.

  • Héctor Luis Palma Salazar Research Paper

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    Palma Salazar also known as Blondy, is a former Mexican drug trafficker and former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel. He worked alongside "El Chapo". Héctor Luis Palma Salazar was born in , Mocorito, Sinaloa, Mexico in the mid 1950s. There is no evidence of a specific birthdate. Palma began his criminal carreer as a car thief and then eventually working as a gunman for Miguel Gallardo in the Guadalajara Cartel. Palma rose in ranks. Following the loss of a large cocaine shipment, which was blamed on Palma

  • Joaquin Guzman Loera Analysis

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    An Analysis of the Rise of Joaquin Guzman Loera and the Sinaloa Drug Cartel The rise of Joaquin Guzman Loera is directly related to the “family business” of drug dealing, which was a part of his upbringing. Guzman’s father was known to grow his own opium crops, but more importantly, he had abused his son on a regular basis. After living with his grandfather for some time, he had worked as an agricultural farmer, but he soon became involved with drug running for Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo: “But

  • El Chapo

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    He made a whole Cartel in which he leaves a legacy of violence behind. “I supply more heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, and Marijuana than anyone else in the world” , stated El Chapo. Those same words are the reason why the United States government has requested to extradite

  • Carrillo Fuentes Research Papers

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    drug trafficker in the 90s which was beneficial to Mexico, but also gave a lot more problems and turned Mexico into a war zone. Born on December 17, 1956 Amado Carrillo Fuentes made a big impact on Mexico. He came from the small town of Navolato, Sinaloa and became a powerful drug trafficker in the 90s (Susan E. Reed). Much of his life was a mystery. Everybody knew about him, but almost nobody spoke about him. He was nicknamed, “El Señor de Los Cielos” the lord of the skies. This was because he had

  • Robert Peel Speech In The House Of Commons Analysis

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    The document under study is an excerpt from Robert Peel's speech in the House of Commons. It took place on the 16th of February 1846. Robert Peel was part of the Tory Party. He became Prime Minister for a few months under William IV from December 1834 to April 1835 and for a second time under Queen Victoria from 1841 to 1846. After the Napoleonic Wars, the Corn Laws were passed in 1815 and in 1828. These Acts were protectionist measures, which made possible to maintain a stable and high price for

  • Tenderness Into Savageness In Hamlet

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    character and feel closer to them. This wild atmosphere into the book make it not always easy to read. This is due to the really violent passages. Sex passages make it also uncomfortable to read. But what happen here seems to traduce the reality in cartels. It is what, for me, make the strength of the novel. The fact that this story can ben related in the real world, even if it is not mine. It is why I believed in this “love story”. This makes the characters more real and why I could have sympathy for

  • Alienation And Catcher In The Rye

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    Adolescence alienation in To Kill a Mockingbird and The Cather in the Rye Research Question How does the authors portray alienation during Adolescence in the novels To Kill a Mockingbird and Catcher in the Rye? Name: Osama Ahmed Syed Table of content Introduction……………………………………………………………………. 3 Paragraph 2……………………………………………………………………… 3 Paragraph 3……………………………………………………………………… 5 Paragraph 4……………………………………………………………………… 8 Paragraph 5……………………………………………………………………… 8 Paragraph 6………………………………………………………………………

  • Antitrust Act Vs Sherman Act

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    To maintain fair competition in the thousands of businesses and industries throughout the United States, antitrust laws and trade regulations were created. Antitrust laws have been enacted at both the state and the federal level. These laws prohibit unfair competition between individuals and entities, as well as unfair or deceptive practices that may cause harm to consumers. What times of behaviors and actions does the government prohibit? The Sherman Antitrust Act, or the Sherman Act, is a law

  • Essay On Mexican Drug War

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    the Mexican Government has declared war on all of Mexico’s drug cartels and is using every option to win the fight. One of these options includes the dangerous Mexican military, which has caused many more problems than they have solved during this drug war. The Mexican Government’s use of military force to stop the drug cartels is not appropriate as the death toll mounts, the military is abusing the citizens’ human rights, and the cartels rage against the military, which causes more violence in the

  • Antitrust Laws

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    Anti- trust Laws of United states Antitrust law United States antitrust laws are referred to as competition laws. These laws are enforced by the government to protect consumers from vulturous business practices and ensuring that a clean competition exists in the open market economy. Congress was the first to pass the anti-trust law, the Sherman Act was the first law to be passed in the year 1890 as a comprehensive character of economic liberty which aims to preserve free and unfettered competition

  • Thesis Statement On The Mexican Drug War

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    The Mexican drug war In this essay I will present for you the ongoing low intensity drug war in Mexico. My thesis statement for this essay is “The intervenient of the Mexican government have affected the countries murdering rate and economy extremely”. My topic sentences for this is Mexico’s intervenient in the war, the wars effect on the death rate and this wars effect on the Economy. I will in this theme show you the horrifying death rate because of this war and explain to you about the insane

  • Social Effects Of Drug Trafficking

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    Laws and Social Effects of Drug Trafficking. Since the 19th century, drug trafficking as been a problem in the United States. The drugs being smuggled into the United States started with marijuana to opium to cocaine. These substances have been smuggled and sold into the United States illegally. With this distribution of narcotics , it often ended in devastating consequences. ( Staff of 2017) Chinese immigrants arriving to the Americas