Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Zetas lose 1.5 Tons of Cocaine in Colombia Bust

Borderland Beat
 
In 2012 Colombia has broken drug seizure record

Headed for the United States

Police in Cartagena have seized 1.5 tons of cocaine in a container that was to be shipped to Honduras, en route to the US, local media sources reported Monday.
El Universal reported the driver of the truck, Alexander Valencia Enrique Navas, was arrested in the process of delivering the container to the city's maritime terminal, and is to be charged for drug trafficking and possession of narcotics.
The cocaine has an estimated value of $5 million, and has come on the heels of an announcement by President Juan Manuel Santos that 2012 has already witnessed the largest amount of drugs seized by police in the nation's history.
The 1.5 tons of cocaine seized by Colombian police on Monday in Cartagena was allegedly intended for the notorious Mexican drug cartel, "Los Zetas", reported local media on Tuesday.
"The initial investigation reveals that the cargo belonged to Los Urabeños and was being shipped to Los Zetas," said Colombia's Police Director General Jose Roberto Leon Riano.
 
The drugs were supposedly going to be shipped to Puerto Cortes in Honduras before arriving  in Mexico.
 
The 1.5 tons were found in a truck in an undisclosed Cartagena maritime terminal. Upon opening the truck, narcotics agents reportedly discovered 60 rectangular packages marked with the 'Fox Sports' logo.
The estimated value of the drug seizure is $5 million.
Riano told loca media that this latest drug bust brings the "total amount of cocaine seized in 2012 to 185 tons, the largest amount seized in the past five years."
Sources: El Universal Colombia and Colombia Reports

100 comments:

  1. So, will the US now also legalise cocaine?
    Since the cartels are sending tons and tons of them to the US.
    Like some US states did to marijuana recently in order to disrupt the income of the cartels?
    If cocaine and other hard drugs are not legalised, the cartels will still carry on with their fight for turf and the consequent massacre will still go on!!!!
    As it is, the US is becoming a nation of drug addicts!
    Much like the China prior to the Second World War!!!!

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    1. Cocaine and marijuana are two totally different things and alter the mind in severely opposite ways. Marijuana was not legalized to disrupt the cartels but it might have an effect.

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    2. If you think that by legalizing drugs, more people will become addicted then you're blind just because.. Eh nvm you wouldn't understand I'm sure

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  2. Hmmmmm.....wonder who gets killed for this fk up, been a bad year for the zetas,poor ole Z-40 be in his bunker right now shaking his head.
    And over the other side of the country Chapo would be smirkin and thinkin"fkn amateurs,hee hee".

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  3. Fox sports lmao. But the sad truth is they probably do finance dope shipments.

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  4. Ha, ha, the truck driver was arrested. Most of the record breaking exporting of cocaine is moved by corporations. Someone missed a pay off or perhaps there is trouble in the market set up after cartels where replaced by the upper crust. Too much money. Mega, mega amounts are being moved out of Columbia as evidenced by plummeting prices.

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    1. Prices have been going up since 9/11 where do you get your info,cnn?

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  5. 1.5 tons of coke is nowhere 5 million tf? 200 keys are worth 2.2 million and that's whole sale not street value

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    1. You sir, are an idiot

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    2. Yes, government estimates are usually higher then the wholesale value to make it sound good to the sheeple. This value is probably based on the Colombian value not usa since was seized there. Not everything in the world is based on the usa .

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    3. This wanna be narco genius is a idiot! First of all the a fucking Key as you put it is worth allot more than 11k unless your buying sugar, and wholesale is 25-30k depending where you live in the us making the bust at least a 4.25 mill bust.

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  6. 100 Million americans sad over this seizure.

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  7. When the feds take away the constitutional right to bear arms, the mexican cartels and mexican street gangs in america will turn america into a giant Nuevo Laredo.

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    1. 5:23, your full of shit.. or the depressed kids are gonna go into more school shootings.. cartels are no the only problem in America you dumbass.. Cartels are not the ones going into kindergarten classes and shooting babies , you fucking idiot.. cartels are a huge problem. But they kill each other or people invloved in the business..

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    2. We have our own criminals here that will take advantage of the law abiding citizens that cant protect themselves. Your comment is a bit uneducated. The cartels cant get away with that crap here because people stand up for themselves here and report crimes to honest cops

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    3. They don't kill kindergartners, But toddlers, babies, and pregnant woman. No habras La Boca! porfavor!

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  8. First you are cowed into accepting illegal immigrants who are destroying your country.
    Next you will be cowed into losing your right to bear arms and then you will absolutely lose everything!!!

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    1. You are correct, please tell us how to keep the fucking Mexicans out.

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  9. Felicidades a los officiales de Colombia

    Saludos
    MICHO

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  10. Maybe chivis meant 50 million but forgot to put zero after 5
    5 million don't distrupt narcos business

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  11. Several men will die because of this screw-up. Couldn't happen to a more rotten cartel.

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  12. My thought is simple, between the US,European countries etc. The cartels are in it to the end. Too much money too stop. So, as always God bless the innocents of Mexico.One last point, hasn't Mexico been drug trafficking since the 70's? Over 40 years experience. It's a freaking nightmare.

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    1. For all the people who love to think Europe and usa are only countries using drugs do the research. Crack is rampant in brazil, Argentina is leader among cocaine use, theres people using drugs all over the world. Stop putting the blame. People cant have drugs without producers and producers make it because theres users. Do your part and dont buy into the drug game its all you can do

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  13. It has to get to the Zetas before it's "thiers".
    They pay on delivery. If its never delivered to em,
    they don't pay. Just like if Zetas are moving 1.5 tons to a customer in Dallas-Fort Worth and it gets seized at the border. The shipper eats that cost. The Columbians just gotta get em' another load quick,
    Z-40 got customers in US waitin' for that shit.

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  14. oh buy... CIA is gonna be pissed... some heads are gonna roll.

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  15. If u think about it its only 3000 dollars he lost ....since a key is one thousand dollars in Colombia ......

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    1. Hey retard!! It was 1.5 tons. A ton is 2000pounds so all together the lost 3000 pounds so where do u get that they only lost $3000???????

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  16. The Fox logo sounds about right. We all know they represent a similar product that only makes a few people a ton of $$ and creates corruption and oppression all over the world. Yep, good ol' Rupert Murdock and his "Fix" news...

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  17. the colombians are hilarious, theyre busting the zetas, eventhough chapo is the one that is taking over their routes and even wants to take over colombia as well.. the best weapon against an enemy is another enemy, idiots

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  18. I wondered about the 5M figure as well, but that is what Colombia Reports states, perhaps it is an error but that is what the article says

    http://colombiareports.com/colombia-news/news/27456-cocaine-seized-in-cartagena-intended-for-los-zetas.html

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  19. "The Fox logo sounds about right. We all know they represent a similar product that only makes a few people a ton of $$ and creates corruption and oppression all over the world. Yep, good ol' Rupert Murdock and his "Fix" news..."

    No mames. You really think CNN, MSNBC are unbiased? LOL! Pendejo.

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  20. 200 at 5 million makes each brick worth 25000, I guess that's close if you are talking US kilo prices. Probably a bit high but whatever. Definitely not what the Zetas were gonna be paying for that load though.

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    1. Where do you get 200 from?

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  21. I have not heard of the los urabenos cartel, looks like they have taken over colombia. thanks for the link to the info.

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  22. Fox Sports youre fucking slacking.. That's why Chapo uses ESPN cause they get the job done.. Fox your a rookie!!!

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  23. 1.5 tons = 1,500 kg
    $5,000,000/1,500kg = $3,333.33 per kg
    This bust belongs to the Colombians, so they are going to eat it, not the Z's. The Z's will get their load.


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    1. Yes, your right. I was just thinking that when they said 200 packages that they were kilos. $3333 make sense and yes the Zetas won't take the hit.

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    2. Sorry, I read it again. They found 60 packages. That means each pack was about 25kg

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  24. Yeah I wonder who really lost here the shipper or part buyer colombia had to say it wasv a foreign buyer such as los zeta to make it look like they disrupted a shipment internationally and get recognition if colombian shipper lost its just colombian inside news well who know some heads will roll dont know on what side though peace.

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  25. I laugh at everyone of these posts. I'm an American. I'm very informed, well educated and have great knowledge of the "drug trade" as some of you have labeled this never ending action.

    American's are NOT the entire problem to filthy drug lords, cartels, blah blah blah.......they are nothing but poor, illiterate, desperate idiots.

    Drug trafficking is simple. It's all about the money. But, it's so idiotic because all the Mexicans are doing is killing their very own purpose in this life and that is to be proud Mexicans and stand up for their own country.

    But, their spineless egos have been crushed by not having a proper education, legal means to provide for their families....especially for their children.

    God, what have they done? Please don't tell me make money so they can eat. They have destroyed an amazing culture that I for one miss being a part of. No longer will I ever go into a border town that I spent time and money in for Christmas. I used to bring friends from all over the great USA to shop, eat, exchange smiles, respect the culture. Now all I do is pity you.

    The worst part of all of this is the Mexicans blame the Americans on their demand for drugs. Have the Mexicans ever thought of NOT continuing this filth? OH NO!!!! $$$$$$$$$$$$$

    I am always happy to read that another cartel member is slaughtered.

    One day, just maybe, the fear and dishonesty that is spreading in your bodies like cancer will make you stop for a moment and use the brain that God gave you to do something right. And, that's a BIG maybe.

    Merry Christmas!

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    1. The Mexicans cannot accept responsibility because that would require a subsequent action and that is unacceptable. It is much easier to blame.

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    2. Finally, common sense.

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    3. Proud american; you ain't shit.. How can you say that when 100% of the most powerful "amercans" were and are invloved in the drug and money laundering business? Every one from Rockefeller to Sinatra? Well educated? Yeah! Sure! Did you graduate from Harvard University? I don't think so, most likely you are selling dimes of coke at some corner of a dark neighborhood in the grand ole USA.

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    4. A great knowledge of the drug trade? You must be Chapo's right hand. The Sinaloa"s Cartel second in command.

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    5. What you're just wakin up to the fact that money is the new global religion??? Where have you been????

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  26. "First you are cowed into accepting illegal immigrants who are destroying your country"
    We are looking at it happening right in front of our eyes,but to open your mouth,as on here,you are branded as racist,or ill intentioned?Is it ok to be worried by what you see,is it ok to be worried about a way of life?Everyone goes on about culture,,,we say anything about our culture and we get called you know what?I wonder if what i say will be branded that way?

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  27. Mr/Ms Proud American, whereas I agree with most of your comment, however I take issue with such a blanket statement that any element destroyed the Mexican culture. It has altered the day to day life of Mexicans in one third of the nation bur has not destroyed the rich, beautiful, diverse culture of Mexico.

    About the education, that is an important point, not often spoken about. The complexities of the Mexican education system and its failure is a huge component in the war of violence. I am working on an article about chapo and his illiteracy yet rising to inclusion in the "Worlds Most Powerful List" by the only method available to marginalized children who are denied education.....Paz, Chivis

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  28. @ Proud American
    How dare you speak plain common sense truth,how dare you say it is not the fault of the US.We are the biggest consumers,we are the reason everything is wrong.Don't you know that?

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    1. Go spank yourself for every crime committed, its all your fault. You believe that crap to?

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  29. Its worth 5 mill over there maybe..here in the states its 75 minimum.

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  30. Proud American
    12:35 PM,,,
    Here is your first rebuttal Proud American.Your very moniker will elicit this kind of response.It would be ok for some to have"La Raza"etc,but yours,no.

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  31. Zetas are on their way out. No doubt about that.

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  32. to destroy the old strong Mexican culture the CIA has financed this war aginst mexican pride! yes Mexican pride! all we know is how to fight! from los tiempos de Zapata y los tiempos de Pancho villa alot of rebelious cultures came out of this! the American CIA is paving the way to have Mexico in a desperate and volnruble state so that the Mexicans may except the New World way of thinking! that is a total goverment power over the people because they are trying to depict that we are animals that need to be controled. Ponganse las putas pilas bola de pendejos! La neta la mayoria de ustedes no valen verga! Quiero que sepan de mi parte, a los que no pelean pa la causa, Chinguen a su putisima madre!

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    1. You have gone mad man!!!!!

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    2. How can you say that the CIA is trying to destroy the Mexican Culture when it is the USA that provides the Mexican Government with billions of dollars in equipment and econmic aid, even agents working undercover in Mexico to exterminate the drug cartels and help the Mexican people? I'm a Mexican American Army Veteran, I served in active duty and national guard and we go anywhere in the world to help people during natural disasters or we go and fight for them because it's all about freedom. But only one country in the whole world sent help to the USA during the Katrina Hurricane disaster and that was Mexico that its Naval hospital ships and food to help. We have been helping each other for years and you have no reason to say that the American CIA is trying to destroy the mexican culture or way of life.

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  33. you guys trying to make this an ethnic issue are idiots. Proud american is absolutely right. I'm mexican and a half and absolutely agree with every word. Mexico is fucked because of us. Instead of taking a stand we chose a side.

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  34. 5:26 you are 1 ignorant p.o.s must of the undocumented migrants that cum to the US cum here to work to do the job must of Americans dnt want cuz there 2 good to do it and if you talking about illegals that are raised In the US and then become a pest jst like gangs then you mite have a point. Must of the gang members I know they were raisd or burn in the US I have never seen an undocumented migrant cuming to the US to bcome a gang member so get ur shit stright idiot

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    1. There is no 5:26 dipstick. And take some English lessons before you post here again. I mean it.(-:

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  35. Proud Assmerican has a kind of a off kilter pace when it comes to writing english.

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  36. OOOOHHHHH!THAT HAD TO HURT!SOMEBODY IS SICK THAN A MOFO!lol!i love it!

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  37. @715 am You mention 911 and a news source witch means you are the one watching TV. No, any dumb ass in the Phoenix area who has a cousin who knows a semi honest businessman can score a decent oz of coke for 400 bucks. I bet there are folk reading this who are saying they can do better. Oh, and over 95% of news sources in the states come from 4 to 6 mega monied entities depending how you slice the pie so that what ever "news" source you are using is mostly bullshit. So here it is: News Flash! Most all of dope is ridiculously cheap and over half the country is high including RL and this is no accident.

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    1. First off i dont watch television theres nothing worth watching. Im aware of the initials of a major news station as if any were different. I never said drugs werent plentiful i said theyve increased in price which is true. Im not referring to dime bags. Phoenix is basically a border town that has seen crime rates soaring because of the "dumb cousin" .

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  38. Otra modelo.. now that chick was fine.

    MÉXICO, D.F. (proceso.com.mx).- Una modelo venezolana de 24 años fue encontrada ejecutada la mañana de este martes al oriente de Guadalajara.L

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  39. Arriva cartel de jalisco

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  40. My math aint the best in the world but....... 1.5 tons for 5 million $
    I am thinking by the pound in the US $10,000. I get 20 million per ton with my fuzzy math. Lets agent orange the coca feilds. Either that or drop of free bricks on every trafficing corner

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  41. yet, cocaine is still available in EVERY small town and city in America at a cheap prices. Good to see the drug war is working. Save money, legalize it all, make it law that ANY tax funded recipient must take drug tests, employers, schools and insurance agencies can test and reject those who pop positive, build new state "asylums" to house those drugged out (not treat) and make it illegal to do drugs in public or in open air areas that may affect other people nearby, illegal to operate any vehicle under the influence or illegal to do in the presence of children. Allow health insurers to charge outrageous fees for treatment. Once all those are in place, then legalize all drugs, tax the crap out of them, then let the drug heads blow their brains out with their choice of drugs, and those who lose control will die off and those who can control it. Then the drug problem will be solved! Peace out!

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  42. Fuck the trafficers kill them all

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    1. Yes I know a bit of good tips Puerto Cortes is a war zone right now ove had close fily losses

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  43. US banks benefit from drug smuggling example HSBC ,Wells Fargo and Bank Of America have all been found guilty of money laundering for the drug cartels. Here is another fact over 30 million Americans consume drugs ,Yet another fact most of the weapons used by cartels were bought in the good ole USA , based on these facts i conclude that American's are a huge part of the drug problem

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    1. Or are the people taking advantage of our system the problem?

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  44. 4:16 yes sir but to all this assholes, Mexicans are the ones to blame.remember this you give a dog a treat and it's gona do a trick all this ppl talk about Mexicans and Mexico been the worst of the worst, and all the violence is staying across the border now imaging if you start seeing that shit over here damn I dnt wana imaging that

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  45. No wonder why bush started a war in the middle east instead of worring about drug trafficking smart all astard

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  46. United states isnt the biggest consumer of cocaine it is just the best place to get ur dope to cause of the prices keep it real mexico does more coke then us and am mexican american so dont hate united states of america hate the game!!!

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    1. How do you know who does the most coke? Are you a coke expert? And the US is the biggest consumers of cocaine and methamphatemines.. your a Mexican American who listens to way too much narco corridos ...

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  47. Correct, I did not go to Harvard. Wrong, I do not sell or consume drugs. I do stand corrected on only addressing the Mexican culture. My sincere apologies!!!

    This is such a sad situation and from I can see/watch/etc is it's all about the evil of the world - MONEY.

    I could go on and on, but basically, I'd love to feel safe again in Mexico, have women deliver healthy babies not addicted to drugs and have peace throughout our world. It's just that simple.

    May all of you have a SAFE Christmas. Be with your loved ones....that's what really matters.

    God Bless you......

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    1. I apologize for being so rude! But as a Mexican-American that has family in both sides of the border I hurt twice as much for what's happening in both countries. Mexico and the USA look like Democrats and Republicans playing a game to satisfy their party agenda instead of working together to make their citizens way of life better. Like you I have some college education and I don't do or sell drugs, but I hate people dying needlessly in both countries while their leaders play their political game. I wish that every person in the world enjoys a Merry Christmas and that the New Year brings us all happiness and health.

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    2. God Bless You too!

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  48. Drug smuggling was started by the USA secret government agencies .ever heard about General Manuel Noriega ,Contras, what about heroin cultivation in Sinaloa by request of the American government to drug up American soldiers during the Vietnam War ,Air america operations in Laos (drug smuggling)a lot of clandestine operations are financed by drug proceeds . The American government is bankrupt over 3 trillion in debt to china and and top of that 50 percent of population is on food stamps section 8 and government assistance dand dont pay thier mortgages .Drug mobey actually helps the american economy

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    1. Yeah! General Manuel Noriega was a US legal resident alien and a soldier who trained in Fort Bragg, then went back to Panama and carired out a coup d etat to seze power, after that he started sending tons of cocaine to the US, until our military forces invaded Panama, took him back to the states and put him in jail for many years, then he was extradited to France. About Air America, it was and airline funded and operated by the CIA in Viet Nam, and its airplanes were bringing the soldiers dead bodies full of heroine from Nam. As usual when all hell broke loose in the US and Congress started an investigation no one knew anything. Same thing with the Iran-Contra affair, they blame it on a US Coronel-I don't remember his name- and the White House didn't know shit about it. Like Walter Conkrite would have said: And that's the way it is.

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    2. Colonel Oliver North

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    3. Thanks for the info, I just couldn't remember his name. I served in the US Army from 68 to 73 with the 82nd Abn Div. We heard back then what was happening with Air America, and when all hell broke loose no damn US politician wanted to get involved in it. Not even LBJ wanted to hear shit about it.

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    4. 2:14 pm. Let me begin by stating, you have no knowledge of when,how and who started the DRUG PROBLEMS IN THE US. Firstly, ever heard about a soda called COKE? Then we can revisit the 1920's when Asian white heroin was used heavily in the US, and not just by famous HOLLYWOOD LEGENDS. Please do more to educate yourself before making freaking dumbass comments. Basically drugs have been apart of many cultures for centuries. Why in the world do people with zero knowledge come on this wonderful site and spew ignorant bs.??? For the rest of us who come to this site for knowledge of the horrors afflecting the innocents of a beautiful country, who freaking cares how much money some evil people lost or how it started. What matters is 1.5 tons of poison was removed from society. And,maybe one less innocent person didn't die from the chaos inflicked by these GREEDY, EVIL, SOB'S. Thanks Columbia for doing your part in this nightmare As always, thanks BB for putting up with these nut jobs! Texas Grandma.

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  49. Proud American...thank you VERY much for the comment. and thank you for being so respectful. I take to heart your comment overall it was thoughtful, as I said people seem to give the issue of Mexico's inadequate education a pass, thinking, in error, it is not as important as other issues...they are so wrong.

    En Navidad y el Año Nuevo mucha alegría y felicidad!

    y paz tambien, Chivis

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  50. Keep the peace and stop the violence all over the world mexican american we are all part of one race the human race we bleed the same peace to all .

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  51. @6:32You started by saying prices have been going up since 911. But prices are way down. Squirm as you might you were talking out your back side.

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    1. 15000 a key in 2001 . 21000$ a key 2012. 300$ a pound of dirt weed in 2001 450 $& up 2012 . Houston texas. Sounds like they went up.

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  52. 2001 - cocaine a key 21 thousand - 2013 - 17 thousand a key - Factor in the reduced buying value of dollar and its substantially cheaper. Dirt weed? ha, ha, right.

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    1. Not sure where you get your prices from but mine are from the streets. Buying value? The reason 9/11 was mentioned was because after it security measures were increased. Im sure there are lots of other factors but there was a significant increase.

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  53. Also 911 had much less to do with prices of cocaine than the fortunes of war with farc in Columbia. With the cartels there now secondary and farc greatly lessened look for corporations with US connections to increase production hence a record bust. Of course they want prices high but they get greedy and produce too much. Note that a cartel was blamed yet nothing was delivered yet.

    My original price source is from a pilot friend who slums border towns. Government and news price quotes are highly suspect and I admit the one I used today is from online so likely bullshit.

    I do believe most of the investment and profit is a child of the respective countries' upper crust. Areas of the world with strong US connections and plentiful natural drug resources tend to produce a lot.


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  54. the urabanos are a neo-paramilitary organization primarily made up of former mid level paramilitary commanders. they are the best candidate amongst the few largest of the armed criminal bands, the government has dubbed "bacrims", to control most of the illegal drug trade in columbia.

    the leaders ironically started off as guerrilla fighters for the epl, and after they had to immobilize left the ideology of the armed conflict for a simpler life as common criminals.

    drugs fund evil people, no matter where you go. it just happens to be most pronounced in mexico and columbia.

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  55. I haven't heard anyone mention the NAU and how this "war" may eventually lead to it. I think this is all about more than just money.

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  56. December 22, 2012 4:49 PM
    "What the fuck are you babbling about"?
    Fuckin tellin ye ?

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  57. If every mexican and colombian drug smuggler died tommorow someone else would smuggle drugs to the USA .the drug cartels are not the problem .90 percent of the drug problem is Americas dependency on drugs .Americans love to get high!! American banks would not survive without drug money.American arms supplier flourish with the drug war.American DEA and CIA need the drug proceeds to survive.The focus of the drug war should be ending demand (american crackheads) for drugs which in turn will end. supply(cartels)

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    1. Blame Americans everyone else does. Drugs are used everywhere bye the way.

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  58. "The focus of the drug war should be ending demand (american crackheads)"
    Boringggg.America,America,America,whos that i hear screaming like a girl? Oh its you.Boringggggg.
    Comical little geezer.

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  59. 9:08 AM
    "ending demand (american crackheads) for drugs which in turn will end. supply(cartels)"
    Ok Einstein,and all those good Mexican cartel members will all go get jobs and be good boys,after all,its all the fault of America...Medication time....Medication time.
    You sound all edumucated there.

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  60. @9.08 Sir you are a genius . But the good ole Yankees can't live without the white powder and the green leave oh and don't forget the magic little pills.Fight drug use and the drug war is won! But if the drug war is won who will put money in the american banks (HSBC) ? Sooner or later China will collect the trillions USA owes and Chapo Guzman will give you another loan .

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