Monday, February 15, 2010

Murder King

A post from The Spizzy, The Supreme Arsenal Blog

Toe-Tagged by Khalid Strickland a.k.a. Black Pacino

Bloggerspehere, USA - No, that ain’t Kool-Aid in the above picture.

For thugs and gangstas all over America, the honor of having their city designated “Murder Capital” is like winning the Super Bowl. Every year, niggas take to the streets and rack up homicides in pursuit of this prestigious title.

Detroit, New Orleans and Washington D.C. are among those who have worn the bloody, bullet-riddled crown. Much like our hometown Knicks, New York City has come close to claiming this championship but in the end we always fall a few bodies short. Oh well, if our players learn to shoot straight and aim for the head, there’s always next year.

As bad as they can be, American ghettos are like the suburbs in poverty-stricken, war-torn countries across the Earth. Therefore, we must tip our collective hats to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

Thanks to ruthless Mexican drug gangs who send messages with beheading, disemboweling and other creative killing techniques, Juarez owns the title for Murder Capital of the World.

That’s right, Chicago… ya’all thought those measly 510 bodies you caught in 2008 was an accomplishment? Ciudad Juarez racked up a whopping 2,600 murders last year. Reportedly, eight people per day are killed there… and that’s when business is slow. These so-called “gangstas” in The States are lookin’ real shabby right now.

I watch news programs from other countries to get a global perspective on shit and plenty of these shows are more informative than their American counterparts. The U.S. accuses Arabic-language news network Al Jazeera of spreading propaganda (as if American TV does not).

The Juárez Cartel (Spanish: Cártel de Juárez), also known as the Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Organization, is a Mexican drug cartel based in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, across the border from El Paso, Texas.

The Juárez Cartel controls one of the primary transportation routes for billions of dollars worth of illegal drug shipments annually entering the United States from Mexico.

Drug lords from contiguous Mexican states have forged alliances in recent years creating a cartel that sometimes is referred to as ‘The Golden Triangle Alliance’ or ‘La Alianza Triángulo de Oro’ because of its three-state area of influence: Chihuahua —which is south of the U.S. state of Texas— Durango and Sinaloa.

The Juarez Cartel is a ruthless, dangerous drug trafficking organization that has been known to decapitate their rivals and mutilate their corpses and dump them in public to instill fear not only to the general public but to local law enforcement and their rivals, the Sinaloa Cartel.
 
To this day no branch of law enforcement in Mexico knows where the Juarez Cartel operate their illegal business but rumors have it that somewhere in southern Cd. Juarez, there is a safehouse where they hide out. But no federal police or Mexican army soldiers have searched around that area, probably due to the fact that the police in Mexico can be easily intimidated and are highly corrupt. The Juarez Cartel has had a long-standing alliance with the Beltran Leyva brothers, based on family and business ties.

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