Thursday, November 5, 2015

Los Zetas, Sinaloa, CJNG, BLO are allied to FARC; DEA

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Milenio article

[ Subject Matter: FARC connection to Mexican DTO's
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required]

The American anti drug agency informed that the Colombian Guerrillas that have allied with Mexican Cartels in order to introduce tonnes of cocaine into the United States.


Mexican forces concentrate drug searches in the Golden Triangle


Reporter: EFE
The revolutionary armed forces of Colombia (FARC) and criminal groups like the Sinaloa Cartel or the CJNG have allied in order to introduce cocaine into the United States, according to information published today by the American Anti drug agency the DEA.

"The investigations showed a working relationship between different fronts of FARC and the criminal Mexican organizations, including Los Zetas, the Beltran Leyva Organization, the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion and the Sinaloa Cartel with the intention of transporting cocaine to the United States, stated the press release.



According to the DEA, the Mexicans have become the power in the USA drugs market because they have learnt how to produce heroin and they are not dependent on the Colombians to produce, a group that traditionally trusted the Mexicans and Dominicans for the sale of that substance inside the United States.

"There has been a change and now the Mexicans are producing Heroin, and before they were just transporting it for the Colombians. They responded to changes in the market, and became the beneficiaries", added the Chief of the DEA, Chuck Rosenberg in a meeting with a group of journalists.

In this form the Mexican cartels have converted themselves into the leaders of Heroin trafficking, Crystal Meth, Cocaine and Marijuana and have decided to forge new alliances with Colombian groups, that traditionally have dominated, the drugs market in the mid West and East coast of the United States, according to the DEA.

In the press release, the DEA detailed the alliances between the narco trafficking organizations of Colombia of para-military origin, Los Urabenos and FARC in order to distribute cocaine in the United States with the Mexican Cartels, like the Sinaloa Cartel or the Juarez Cartel that have increased their power in the last few years.

The Sinaloa Cartel, led by Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, it has converted into the most powerful criminal group and has circulated the most drugs in the United States over the last few years.

Not withstanding, the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion that has rapidly converted into one of the most dangerous transnational criminal organizations of Mexico and competes with the Sinaloa Cartel in Asia, Europe and Oceana, says the release, the first other Cartel to challenge Sinaloa in this way.

The Los Cuinis Cartel, that came from the Milenio Cartel at the end of the decade of the 90's, economically supported the CJNG in order to establish their interest in different zones, especially cities on the West Coast of the United States, like Sacramento, California, and Reno, Nevada.

With the intention to traffic their drugs, the Mexican and Colombian groups have decided to ally in some cities like Boston, where the Colombians are in charge of distributing the cocaine and the Mexicans are dedicated to transporting it through Mexico.

In other zones, like New York State, the Mexicans and Colombians prefer to divide the territory and evade confrontation for dominance of the market, says the DEA.

In order to maintain their level of drug shipments across the border in the United States, the Colombians have tried in the last few years a new route through the Caribbean, with that they avoid Mexico, and avoid being cornered by the Mexican and American Police forces, that have incremented their presence on the borders of these two countries.

The city of Miami has returned to being a point of arrival for these drugs, transported by sea and air through the Caribbean, hidden in cargo planes, container ships, fishing boats and luxury yachts, informed the release.

Not withstanding, before the push of the Mexican narco traffickers, other Colombian criminal groups, like the Medellin Cartel, the Cali Cartel and the Norte Valle Cartel, have preferred to concentrate their narco trafficking forces in the Caribbean and Central America in turn to the United States.

This data about groups of international narco traffickers included in the release known as "Evaluation  of the drug threats" at a national level, that the DEA produces annually and published today.

Click on image to enlarge


Above is a map of zones of operation in the United States of various drug trafficking organizations from Mexico.

Original article in Spanish at Milenio

112 comments:

  1. Lol Otis your in pacific time eh

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  2. Wouldn't it be hilarious if you nuthugging Mexican narco cheerleaders found out that your heroes actual did business with their mortal "enemy". For instance if Zetas worked with CDS behind closed doors but would feud in front of the onlookers. Maybe Chapo and El Lazca were actually besties who were drinking and partying together while the worker bees fought it out in the streets. I think El Verdugo is in hiding with shorty as we speak. LOL!!! Anythjng is possible. I can see many of you little huggers hearts being broken into hundreds of pieces.

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    1. some strong emotions there...

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    2. Maybe, what if...maybe...maybe this, maybe that...

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    3. " I can see many of you little huggers hearts being broken into hundreds of pieces. " <<<< is that all you care about? what about the reality of the millions of lives being disrupted or even destroyed by all this fighting, daily, and corruption and drugs destroying our society, surely these are far more important issues, not some deluded "nuthuggers"?? jeez.

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    4. just like when CDS and CDG were at war and suddenly theyre holding hands

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    5. Enuff with the "huggers" already! You need to get some new material, amigo :-)

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    6. @3:33 Can u also c my middle finger blessing u from behind my computer screen in sheepish fervor?

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    7. @11:11am, Grow up.

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    8. There are some sensitive Susan's on here today. 8:12 and 11:11 you need some lead therapy. I have two birds rising for you tambien 11:11. Being a hater isn't a good look for you mamacita. Muah!!!

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    9. El chapo snitched on the lazy susans, I mean Sensitive Susans..
      Atte: el Norroñis de la palma peluda...

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  3. DEA the acronym for big Pay, big Pensions and big Failure!
    Those dudes have no shame!

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  4. Is this the same guerilla that the US gov backed up and was later known as the IranContra scandal?

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    1. No, FARC had nothing to do w/ Iran Contra. That's on Nicaragua's neo-right wingers aka oligarchs. Cocaine funded their fight against the Sandinista revolution's guerrillas; the blow was in Mexico by the time it was used to buy guns from Israel brokered by Iran. US Congress had said no to funding Nicaraguan fascism, so the members of congress who had taken the side of the oligarchy did an end run around the law and got into the dope show. The rest is history...

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    2. --Iran/Contra was supposed to be a weapons for drugs deal, except the CIA was used as a cover by the perps to traffic weapons to iran to fight war with iraq, conducted by oliver north and israel, iran paid with pirated black market oil, the money got stolen and privatized...
      --at the same time, donald rumsfeld was selling weapons to iraq and poison gases, the money also got stolen...
      --Iran/iraq war cost them 1 000 000 deaths, the shah Reza pahlavi's money also got stolen, $40 000 000 000.00 US dollars around 19805he bankers stole it like Ferdinando marcos and his wife imelda's and Omar khadaffi's another 40 billion dollar hit...
      --The drugs introduced illegally into the US produced billions and billions of dollars that could have bought victory to make all of LatinAmerica submit to the orders of the owners of the continent without one shot, but the US could not even win that little war against the Sandinistos, because they stole all the money again...
      --those very enterprising people that demand government be shorter and skinnier and on a diet, demand their every perk mostly as corporate welfare check...

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  5. Who the hell is this las moicas group that the DEA keeps mentioning?

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    1. Some group funded by la familia michoacana

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  6. Otis..don't you sleep? Posted at one in the morning! Good article. I Admire your dedication.

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    1. That's 1 am Usa eastern time, that 7 am where I live, already been at work an hour by then

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    2. So otis are you mexican, american brittish or what, and are you not supposed to start selling the tamales and champurrado at 5.00 am?

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    3. So, 10:45 PM, STFU and think on this:
      Global Citizen; then, say, "Otis." Get it?

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  7. Drug trafficking moving back to the Caribbean islands the gulf of mexico and florida, told you, all the posturing and moisturizing about the baaad mexican cartels era puro pinchi pedo, fidel and Raul Castro must be jumping up and down...in their island, they won t be left out and alone this time...

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    1. The gulf belongs to me and nobody ells. But i'm not in "shape" yet to take over. A couple of years more and I'll be in my place. The CIA. Knows it!

      Ask them!

      Att: F-001

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    2. Castro, the great revolutionary, his claim of freeing his people from the yoke of oppression, when he's the same as the man he removed..he uses different words, dresses differently, but he didn't take over Cuba to free it. He took it over to rule it. "Popeye" has a couple Castro bros stories. One has to do with the Castros letting Medellin's cartel stash 45 tonnes of cocaine on la Isla due to some snags pending in Key West because of DEA. Raul always dealt directly with the Colombian, Mexican, Honduran traffickers--with Fidel's blessings. Popeye is given a letter to hand over to writer Garcia Marquez in Mexico, "Gabo" takes it to Raul in Cuba, who says yes to storing the cocaine. In the same letter, Pablo puts in an offer to buy one of the submarines Russia had just given Fidel. As long as they're drawing breath, the Castro bros won't be left out of the illegal drug biz. Believe it!

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    3. 10:39 What makes you say that?

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    4. 10:39 signs F001=fool
      It is magic in the name, must be a granny panty parachutist...

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    5. Things need to be controlled by some who knows how to do things better. By doing it differently...

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    6. 1:23 Watchout for them damn thugs. They watching you... Lol

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    7. El General Arnaldo Ochoa, pled guilty to the drug trafficking of fidel and raul castro,
      to save the Revolución!!! He must be turning in his grave with el che, Camilo cienfuegos, Tania and so many other people that believed...
      --While la vieja cuba revolutionaria becomes la nueva reina de la prostitución and paints her old cracked lips for the crowning...

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    8. 1:23 Fidel castro must not be digging you, caballerooo!!! What about raul castro do you like him more or less? Lol

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    9. 11:04 Fack fidel and raul castros, and felix ismael rodriguez aka Max Gomez, "soldier" and bebe rebozo and miguel recarey, and Ricky Ricardo and all the heirs of Santito trafficante sr and jr, and the tin-tan partners, of el Chavo del Ocho, televisa and pablo escobar...jiar jiar jiar...pinchi payasito, eat nopales not moose tracks...
      PS, fidel and raul must be happy, they win...

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  8. This map is BS. In California, Cartel de Sinaloa has a major presence in Orange County, Caballeros Templarios still have a presence in the Inland Empire and CAF still has presence and influence in both San Diego and Imperial Counties, but they don't even put them on this list.

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    1. I agree with you

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    2. the thing is that this map is based on dominant precense in general, and compared to your comment, this map is based on a nationwide scale while your comment is more of a local scale. yes there is Templarios in OC and CAF has alot of influence in the san diego area i can agree on that 100% but its only on those areas and most likely other parts of cali but remain small areas of influence such as some cities or some neighborhoods but not california as a whole like CDS or CJNG. i bet theres cells of every cartel from cds to cnj to zetas in every mjor city but they wont be listed since they remain confined. if the map wouldve focused on local areas i bet it would be very different much more diverse

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  9. ~@~ So who is pushing more weight ?
    Is Sinaloa still beefing with Jalisco or is there peace in Colima for now ?

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    1. thats only local cells that have problems, just because R18 is from Manzanillo and he wants to control his own home while cjng is the dominant cartel there and he claims cds because some guys from Mazatlan support him yet at a high level CDS and CJNG remain allied.

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    2. Cjng is cds armed wing, like zetas/cdg back in the day.

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    3. Pushing more weight of what? In my humble opinion, CDS move more Coke, heroin, and marijuana than anyone else, and CJNG move more crystal than anyone else. I base that on what I have read over the last few years of translating articles here and on the BB forum during which time I have read thousands of articles, that I haven't selected for translation. I expect others may have a different perspective.

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    4. Thank you, Otis B. Your understanding is very valuable. Here's a dumb question: Since, these two main cartels control separate "product markets," does that mean they support each other's activities? Do they use the same routes & tunnels for smuggling? The same "distributors," once the stuff reaches its destination? Gracias :-)

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  10. This is nothing new and only obvious information. FARC is a strong military group that in order to further their cause would go into the production of cocaine to make money.

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    1. FARC are a bunch of cowards hiding in the mountains and just doing ambushes, nothing more.

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    2. has been this way since at least the 1980's

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    3. All the colombian guerrillas survive because of politicians that support use and sponsor them deals...

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    4. 1:27PM: voz dices la pura verdad. They're the government's personal thuglings and killers.

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    5. 1:27 PM, that's the stone cold truth, right there. You said it.

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    6. Two more fans, one by one, we are conquering the world, THANKS !!!

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  11. Dam all this cartels , i thought colombians where gone but they are still big players on the drug game , only chapo and amado are bigger than Pablo escobar other mexican capos are not at pablitos level les falta mucho , other cartel ass lickers will say otherwise , (colombian boy)
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    1. Benjamin Arellano was pushing major weight when he was active. Review the stats

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    2. Wrong, buddy. Escobar wasn't close to as big a deal as Amado, or Jose Gonzalo Rodriguez Gacha, el Mexicano, who was Colombian. Escobar distinguishes himself by declaring war on Colombia, that's his claim to fame.

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    3. What about el mayo?

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    4. The colombian drug trafficking capos are getting elected presidente de colombia since the 80's with the US looking the other way, with full protection of the US and other associated members...

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    5. In terms of Money, Escobar had much more money than the Mexican cartels, at the height of his empire, Escobar was earning 67 million dollars US per day. That's 24.5 billion dollars per year, that's nearly as much as every Mexican cartel combined per year, and is certainly more than the Sinaloa cartel earn in a year. Plus Sinaloa or Juarez have large structures with a lot of upper echelon that require large wages. Escobar kept pretty much all his, certainly Popeye didn't do spectacularly well out of Escobar.

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    6. What happened to pablo escobar gaviria's money?
      Osiel cardenas guillen?
      Amado carrillo fuentes? El chayo?, kike plancarte? el guero palmas? Pedro aviles?
      We never know who got their billions and billions of dollars, not that we are trying to get our part...

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    7. That's 1980's $60 million USAD per week, not daily. Escobar did worse than Popeye--he's dead.

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    8. @11:01 PM, Don't know, really. In Escobar's case, his son said that they fled Colombia with just the clothes on their backs and jewelry hidden on their persons when he's a young teenager. It's said that when he returns to Colombia under his new name as an adult, presumably on a mission to apologize to surviving family members of his father's victims, he also retrieved various pieces of fine art worth millions that were stashed away in Colombia by his father. Apparently, Escobar invested big time in ridiculously expensive paintings

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    9. 4:58 Nooo, that is where el H Héctor beltran leyva got his taste for expensive but worthless paintings?

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  12. All the scum is partnered, nothing new.

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  13. The soldier on the pic should not have his weapon hanging behind him and the fence, sloppy soldiering

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    1. That's a shadow. Weapon on his lap.

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    2. What weapon? That's the shadow of his elbow. Your eyes are tricking your brain into thinking he has an assault rifle slung over his back.

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    3. Look better, sloppy eye site

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    4. The shadow on the bench is from his harness, the one on the front is a naked one gun salute, and no shadow either...

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  14. B.S. the DEA is a lying phony bitch. How is it that the ct have more presence is us towns than the getaz, juarez or gulf? Puta tuta has been locked up for a while, didn't they say the burras destempladas got dismantled? How is that. Some thing ain't right with that stupid map

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    1. Theyre not lying they just dont known the whole truth. All these cartels operate insecret. The dea dosent know everything.

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    2. Burras destempladas, nice english lesson, like les robaron los relojes?...like^

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    3. Why hate on caballeros templarios? Sure, the name sounds weak but if you know the U.S troops and how rhey rolled up on panama with a feminine song but with Navy SEAls aboard. Just saying that ct is itill a big cartel with much influence everywhere. Tuta was neighbor with chapo and didn't snitch on him when xhapo was escavating his escape, he even faked a heart atack so chapo can get away. Lol they are all allies in one way or the other, people just speculate stupidity on situarions that we are clueless about.. look at the article how most cartels are cliked up with colombian guerrillas asfarc.

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  15. ok so we know its South Americans supplying , Mexicans moving , but who in the US buys the merchandise? somebody is making the big buys before it gets to street level dealers.

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    1. Drug dealers like the Flores Brothers.

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    2. Smaller than the flores brothers, but many many many more...that market was too much for a couple of guys, it gets suspicious, looked too pretty to be true, and it wasn't true, chalk it to experience...

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    3. Aren't those two in prison?

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    4. 4:27 nope, presidential house arrest, I mean, residential... nothing to do with obamenos campaigns from start to end, no pizza connections, puros tamales de camote y chile poblano regados con Zeta pirate gasoline and diesels from mexico to chicago, with love, to lost tribe members from ukrainian to Jewish emigrès in high offices and private business like the frisky foundations...

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    5. Thx for the info, 12:45pm. I mistakenly thought that pair were behind bars.

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  16. Wow the new world order is hitting cartels hard

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  17. GUAA !
    I know we are getting a shitload of meth, Coke , and BTHeroin up here on the North Coast of N Ca......The Emerald Triangle. They are growing our good mota in Mx too.

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  18. FARC+DEA=POS :-)
    Here's the thing, 16 OCT 2015, former Colombian president, Andres Pastrana resigned from Havana peace talks between JM Santos' gob and FARC, because: "..The biggest concession achieved by the FARC is Santos acceptance of drug trafficking as a crime linked to their ideals." & "The justice deal outlines that the maximum punishments that guilty guerrillas, military, state officials and civilians can receive for war crimes committed during the 51 year conflict is 8 years "Restricted Liberty.." Here's the clincher: "FARC will be safe from extradition to the USA on drug trafficking and kidnapping charges." FARC has had offices Mexico City, at least, since the mid 1990's, so DEA is a little tardy with the news on that count.

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    1. Even though the next president, Uribe, squashed the deal, Pastrana's government had conceded a specific area in Colombia to FARC where they were given sovereignty and the rule of self governance. Pastrana is the last Colombian president to dialogue with FARC, until Santos' commission started the Havana talks 2 years back.

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    2. For the record, Colombia's narco presidencies go back to the mid 1970's with Julio Cesar Turbay. Since, then, the only exception to Colombia's lineage of narco presidents is journalist Andres Pastrana. Lopez Michelson and Barcos qualify to an extent, in that the $ that put Barcos in office belongs to the same people that put Uribe and Santos in power. Lopez Michelson's involvement came about because of his son's screw ups and business ties to Rodriguez Gacha alias el Mexicano.

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  19. The DEA is one of the cartels themselves. They employ a lot of dealers and distributors in a sham war on drugs. They just want to keep the money flowing in so their sweet gig doesn't end.

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  20. Huh.. didnt know beltran still had clientele.. that surprises me. From my old job i know sinaloa is all over my state, but not beltran too..

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    1. There's some heavy hitters under the blo...El cadete and chapo isidro y todos que esta corriendo Sonora

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    2. There both from Sinaloa. You can't really tell what cartel they work for unless they tell you

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    3. who is el cadete?

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  21. Back in the 90s you would see Arellano all over the states. "Quiero chingarme al Cartel de Tijuana " - Traffic

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    1. The year is 2015. Deja de andar de lambe huevos con los Arellanos chamacona.

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  22. GCA "Great Cartel of the Americas will soon be formed sooner or later

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    1. 3:45, yeah, looks like they are waiting for you to give them the go ahead...
      --US cartels have always had mexicans helping move shit around and US agents keep the money very well and healthy on the US and werever they oversee offshore money and operations of money laundering, in the magic land we used to call the US

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    2. It already is, the legal drug companies they sell legal medicines which are abused in much much larger numbers than illegal drugs, the illegal market for legal drugs, is worth more per year than the illegal market for illegal drugs.

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    3. 1,000% TRUE! The corporate pill pushers are "respectable" & so powerful it's frightening.

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  23. Lol dea always putting the blame on someone else. They meant to say zetas, Sinaloa, blo, cjng allied to DEA

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  24. DEA's updates on the FARC are pretty slick politics aiming at a clueless public, through corporate media, setting the stage for who-knows-what in Mexico. FARC's guaranteed protection from extradition to the States takes us full circle to where it all started--los Extradibles and Pauly-the-Paisa-Shithead's war on Colombia. Before, el Pablo, there was, the Colombian, called "el Mexicano," Jose Gonzalo Rodriguez Gacha, the first of the billionaires cocaine produced. FARC's trafficking revenues date to el Mexicano Gacha's operations i.e. very late 1960's and early '70's. DEA's "Golly gee gosh FARC in Mexico" announcement is pathetic--of course they are! And, Yes, Virginia, there are labs in Mexico, processing coca leaf, poppy ooze and meth by the tonnes. Besides, which, Mexican marimba markets predate la Cachimba San Juan's out of Macondo, so, again, DEA is a day later & a dime short on that call, too.

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    1. DEA comes in late to grab the shitty end of the stick after the CIA picked the bones clean and moved ops a while farther away next block, to make DEA pay for outing the dirty, I mean the CIA false wars, Operation Condor, CIA drug trafficking, and murderous conspiracies AND the cocaine connections and crack invention and flooding of black neighborhoods by the CIA...

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  25. Jhon Jairo "Popeye" Velasquez kidnaps Andres Pastrana around the time he is Bogota's Mayor, before Pastrana is elected president in 1998. Popeye is still held in Combita, when his former hostage visits him in prison. The bandito offers his apologies and the statesman shares his forgiveness. It is a powerful moment to witness the two men's sincerity and the rest of their conversation with respects to a better future for Colombia. (YouTube, Spanish).

    Post-Combita, Jhon Jairo has made some interesting comments about FARC. In a fairly recent interview that aired in Puerto Rico, he points out that if the FARC becomes a legitimate political party in Colombia like they intend on, every candidate they run for office will get assassinated. Which, would start a new cycle of violence worse than any the country has so far experienced. "Colombia never forgets or pardons." Jhon Jairo maintains that Escobar's war on the defunct PLN resulted in the assassinations of the entire political party as well as the candidates--the official membership count being 1,600  but he states the numbers of people killed are actually closer to 50,000.

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  26. And the DEA and CIA are both involved in smuggling drugs so what else is new?

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  27. Sinaloa and BLO are all over that map .

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    1. Not nutt hugging but they were the same shit till a conflict of interest occurred.

      BLO Juarez Z .
      That's why Z and Juarez are near Baja Cali.

      AFO vs Juarez was the original rivalry.

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  28. Aren't they all connected to FARC in some way or another? This is a great article, but I always thought that the common knowledge was that Mexican cartels always had some type of direct or indirect connection to FARC. Maybe I've been giving too much credit to FARC, but I do know that these guys are some pretty ruthless vatos. It would make sound business sense for FARC to be connected to Mexican cartels.

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    1. FARC has been in biz w/ MX directly since the 1990's by many accounts that are quite likely true. Biz meaning drugs and violence in Mexico, where a FARC presence becomes active during Amado CF's last decade lording the skies and the early genius of los Zetas. "Wet work" in Mexico is nothing new for the F. Largely, it's F that gets much of the credit for exporting coca leaf directly to Mexico's labs instead of shipping cocaine. Peace in Mexico is bad for biz. FARC and other Colombian narco-paramilitaries are in Mexico causing horrors right this minute! LEGALIZE.

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  29. So que hay de huevos....?
    Digo de nuevo......
    American Me.

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  30. does this mean they will be named terrorists like farc?

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    1. Thanks to the US backed Havana deal, FARC are no longer allowed to be considered terrorists, even though they will always y para siempre be toxic cowards and POS. Mono vestido de seda sigue siendo mono..

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    2. Another, FARC specialty is blowing up pipe lines. Just months ago they did this and flooded 100's of km of rivers, Amazon tributaries and shoreline along the Pacific coast with crude oil to horrific effects. Another FARC trick is poaching oil to sell.

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    3. 8:30 Are you serious? ... If i was the president of that country I would bxmb the living shit outta those son of bitches. I would wipe out all those cucarrrachas once and for all! You know... looks like those colombian 'govt officials' are intimidated by those bastards... Maybe that is why, they do whateva they want in that country de mierda.

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    4. IMO Colombia's gob and FARC need each other as narco buddies and for US funding, like from Plan Colombia. There's a lot of smoke and mirrors in this dog and pony show in Havana. What is true is the main legacy of both narco gob and the FARC is death. Colombia is so totally fucked, nobody wins, vicious cycles repeat themselves. Da mucha tristeza--que pena tan grande por este pais tan perdido y jodido.

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  31. When peaceful, the farcs have a surprise waiting for them, pancho villa emiliano zapata, cesar augusto sandino and general cristero goroztieta are the witnesses, beware of the peacemakers...

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    1. 8:26AM, I like it! The Colombians can't deal with FARC, so the Mexicans will put an end to them.
      GO 4 IT!

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    2. 8:26 You don't make no sense with your stupidity. You think the rotten apples don't know that allready?

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    3. 12:45 nothing makes sense when you are stupid AND ignorant, villa, zapata sandino, and goroztieta were all betrayed by their governments after they agreed to peace, and that will happen to the farc and the FMLA and anybody else, meanwhile, you can go and see the farca guerrilleras modeling for some men's magazine, they look pretty...

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    4. Most know of those suppost stories. ... Again... You just didn't get the point I was making.

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  32. 4:41 AM, AGREE:-) And, a very good point, too.

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  33. Pastrana expressed his concern that with this “hasty clandestine agreement” the country’s judicial power will be replaced with “a group of nationals and foreigners” and the special powers extended to the president as part of the constitutional reform would be “dictatorial.” (He also said there is no way he supports giving the FARC a blank check, which is what the Havana deal amounts to).

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