Thursday, February 9, 2017

Clandestino: Sinaloa Cartel Documentary by David Beriain

Original article available at DMAX
Translated by El Wachito

In Spain, the number 13 is the a number that represents bad luck and 18 represents the age when you become an adult. In El Salvador, these numbers are a synonym of death and violence. In our country, the number 701 does not represent anything. In the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, this number represents a symbol of support and admiration towards their "Mr" el 'Chapo' Guzman, who's fortune ranks him in the 701 place of the Forbes magazine. 


The war between the Mexican Cartels has already left more deaths than the number of casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan together. In El Salvador, the murder rate is the same as the one in Iraq during the worst times of the conflict. Journalist David Beriain comes back to DMAX to disclose what, and who hides behind those casualties, that have made Central America one of the most dangerous regions of the planet.



Once again, the journalist David, will showcase from the monitors of DMAX the clandestine sites that only him is able to obtain access, which has become an ability that made him one of the most recognize journalist in the industry of the documentary journalism.

 After impressing his spectators with 'Amazonas Clandestino' and with the first season of 'Clandestino', he has come back with five new documentary blocks of one hour each, divided in two thematic blocks that revolve around the most famous drug cartel of the world and the extreme violence of gangs. Two realities that the journalist will show us from first hand.

"Making 'El Cartel de Sinaloa' was a mayor challenge. We infiltrated the cartel in one of the most complicated moments, after the capture of "El Chapo" Guzman in the middle of a power struggle to succed him. It was a challenge to gain their trust in a moment where they didn't trust each other" explained the journalist Navarro. In regards to the episodes of the violence in El Salvador, Beriain assures that "Its one of the most impressive stories that we have had the privilege of tell. In a country of wonderful people, we tried to tell a story about the justice and vengeance. A story that I believe, will not let anyone down".





Instructions on how to set up automatic subtitles through youtube:

1.- Clic on the name of the documentary "Clandestino: El cartel de sinaloa temporada 2(which is actually the first episode)"  so it opens on Youtube.
2.- Once the documentary is running on youtube.com, clic on the configuration icon (mechanical nut shaped) 
3.- click on Subtitles
4.- Click on Automatic Translation 
5.- Choose the desire language

102 comments:

  1. You can see those mask man are ex especial forces from the Mexican marines ..good documentary mate im Spanish never new el cartel of sinaloa was the most powerful organization in the planet

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    1. Yeah my brother used to be in cds has a sicario he told me he got sent to Guatemala with other people and got training with "KAIBILES" and a retired US Marine its a rule if you join the sinaloa cartel
      Danielita

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    2. It always has something to do with the USA...

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    3. Borderland Beat better post this Fact: Most Mexican and U.S Marines are from Michoacan very few from sinloa join the militray because they are involved in trafficking because its easy money to purchase their naco clothes and stylist lifestyle. Michael Corleone: You all know Joey Zasa. He is, I admit, an impressive man. His picture is on the cover of the New York Times Magazine. He gets the Esquire Magazine award for the best dressed gangster. [the assembled Dons laugh] The newspapers praise him because he hires the blacks into his family, which shows he has a good heart. Who knows, maybe someday he will make all of you popular.

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    4. Is your brother "la Mano con ojos"? Cause your story sounds so similiar to be true lol.

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    5. No mames muchacha.. Eso lo tomaste de la declaraci├│n de la Mano con Ojos.. No hechen mentiras cabrones

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  2. Estado de sinaloa, como as agarrado fama..
    Son tus hombres de valor que trabajan en la mafia...
    Trafican el polvo maldito...
    Y tambien la yerba mala...

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    1. People in cln are saying you where involved in the shoot out is it true? I know you where in the Marines

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    2. why do you feed this guy bs. he lies about it all the time , his timeliness never add, supposedly him and chapo started together young but he likes 30 years younger than him this guy is fUll of it - El sol podrido

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    3. Como son las cosas...

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    4. Wha happen to his face?
      Commadante Chango

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  3. I'm going to see it.
    Sarai Fan Club

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  4. Always sinaloa... Where's a documentary that explains with details the origin of Zetas, Osiel and the CDG split?

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    1. Only a tamaulipeco would want to watch that shit. No one cares about CDG, only people from the Gulf and Texas care

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    2. Jajaja straight up!!! Nobody cares about the b team cartels...fact

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    3. Exactly my point! Only mugrosos from Texas and Tamaulipas want to see garbage glorified....Sinaloa is like the varsity team and Zetas and CDG are like middle school recreation teams. that is why Zetas and CDG are more known for extortion and robbing and raping immigrants. It's just the truth Tamaulipeco

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  5. Hahaha! To all you fuckers that said CDS would never splinter!

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    1. Say people who said cjng kidnapped the chapitos true is it was damaso

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    2. I knew it all along damaso is one greedy mofo

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  6. One of the best on point documentary on what goes on in Sinaloa...

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    1. True , but makes me laugh how these narco jrs try and act all tough. Snorting that garbage displays the jitters of these individuals , shaking and all for that fix. Showing vulnerability and stupidity because now your actions and comments are not merited by impaired judgement. Displaying weakness and carelessness to all to see. Idiots.
      Presentation is key to success.
      If my son were acting as such would have not only scolded him but put him on the front lines to make him a man.
      Mommy and Daddy passing the silver spoon for their siblings far too long.

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  7. I'm glad I'm bilingual

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    1. Yeah mann you know it... What would be the next best option?

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    2. A 45 to the head?

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    3. Im glad i can speak Italian but it still means shit ?

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  8. That white pickup truck looks a lot like the one from the shooting ...chapo vs damaso

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    1. Its one of them.

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    2. I was about to comment the same thing...crazy huh...only way to break up C.D.S is turning it on each other...

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  9. Nice job adding this

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  10. I saw it today ­čśÄ..it was Very Interesting

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  11. That 50/cal in the truck looks like the one in the shooting it out in the video

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    1. Right since that's the only mounted 50 cal in Mexico

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    2. Yep,its the only one in Mexico,you can rent it out by the day

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  12. The white armored truck looks like the one used in the shootout that happend when mini lic tried to kill chapos kids and el mayo

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  13. if the government of Culiacan wants to make things more difficult for armed commandos to move around, first of all they should enforce a law where tinted windows are prohibited... I visited Culiacan recently and I notice several vehicles traveling together with tinted windows, many of them from luxury brands, such as mercedes benz, bmw and jeeps, then my cousin told me that if I saw an SUV with tinted windows, is better to move to the side because there might be 4 armed man inside.

    Second of all, I asked my cousing, howcome people are able to get away with carrying frequency radios?, he then told me that if the mexican military sees people with frequency radios then you are in big trouble, and a lot of "punteros" are even raped by mexican marines if they get caught them with frequency radios... some of them are beaten also.

    If the cartel caughts a Puntero sleeping while on watch, they will punish him by beating him with a stick... and you can see punteros in motorcycles or even the guy working at a taco stand could be a puntero.

    But howcome the police and the federal officers dont arrest people with radios?, because they are scared. In Culiacan people respect people with luxury vehicles and cartel members, not because they deserve the respect but because they never know who they could be messing with, therefore, they are not willing to risk their lives for whatever the government pays them... while the Mexican Marines care less, because first of all, their family members live in another state and second of all, most military members come from poverty, they are younger, and they have a sense of brotherhood which allows them to fight together against the narcos because they know they have each others backs, while the cops and federal officers are often corrupted by cartels and betray each other.

    Other point that I want to make clear, is that, during my last visit I had the opportunity to travel to a town near Cosala which is located on the outside of Culiacan, towards Durango, and I found that the living conditions of Mexican soldiers are terrible. The Mexican Marines were sleeping in camping tents, but not military type camping tents but civilian tents, which makes me wonder what happen to the Merida Initiave money? shouldnt that money be enough for Mexican soldiers to at least be issue military type tents?? Btw, it gets really cold in La Sierra.

    whats with the old mustangs at minute 28?? lol, when I was there I saw a Mercedez Benz V8 turbo AMG CLS CLASS, and The BMW in minute 31 has a check engine light on... hahaha

    overall, I enjoyed the documentary and I feel that they were able to discribe how they operate in Culiacan, however I hope that in the next episode they show how they move the drugs from CLN to the Border.

    one thing that I would like to add is that in CLN people will take their rifles and guns to the parties, and their main concern is not protection, because people invited to the parties are people who they trust.. they do it because they enjoy showing off their rifles, and same with cars. Theres a road called "EL Sinaloa" where people drive their cars in an effort to show them off.. good documentary DMAX

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    1. They tinted windows and luxury cars mean nothing. If it comes to the point they will start moving in older vehicle to attract less attention. In northern Tamaulipas some years back, seeing 20-30 vehicle convoys roll through the streets of the cities was ALMOST normal. The gvt has been targeting them really hard they now you don't see that type of stuff. They used old ass vehicle sometimes taxis too and smaller older cars. Only time you see the convoys is when it's about to go down. The power hasn't changed much, they still have the money and the firepower just they changed tactics to avoid drawing attention. If it comes to that point in Sinaloa the same will happen. Local authorities will do nothing that's for sure has to be military and don't doubt even some of them are in the payroll

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    2. Wachito, I knew it all along. You're from Chinola huh!...that's why a few of my comments were never posted....all good though brother. Keep up the good work. Sincerely, un Devil Dog Michoacano, ooraah!

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    3. Bar coding on all the cars and trucks would keep many things on line, forgetabout tinted windas and sheeyet. Next is everybody better get their shit together, and carry IDs then stop everybody outside on the mountain or the street, they need their gas and ids or no service, we used to refuse services in governme t offices to people that had no voter registration AND stamps showing the citizen had been voting.
      Of course if you try to vote these days even on the US, you may be confused with a criminal if you do not carry the right skin and your extreme right ID, or a NRA card will help...

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  14. That's Hotel Lucerna in Culiacan, stayed there a summer ago. Really beautiful right on the river and malecon, across the bridge from downtown.

    I saw in Culiacan, one of many, was the convoys of atv's and racing cars, like 40 plus, at gas stations, at like 10 at night....

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    1. They were probably not narcos ... Los arrancones is practiced by most young culiacan natives

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  15. Sue puso la cosa fella en nayarit que saben de eso??

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    1. Semar confirmed on their official twitter account the death of H2 along with 7 others..theres video of a semar helicopter shooting into the compound with their artillery from the air.

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    2. Que se chingaron al H2 segun

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    3. Mataron al H2 los marinos!

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    4. Mataron al H2 los marinos!

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    5. Abre los ojos idiota, las cosas siempre han estado feas

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    6. Bwahahaha... Y todo porque? Por lad putas madres pendejas que tuvieron bola de pendejos!

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    7. 6:21 well, your mama had no ginius for a daughter...
      And LOS MUERTOS NO HABLAN, that is the only reason for the extrajudicial executions, vayan a querer su dinero pa tras.
      No way jose. Same thing happened to el barbas and el lazca the cardenas, amao, cafos, chapa and trevi├▒a ni├▒as, the politicians, police big businessmen and american ambassadors of good will just use and throw them away...

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  16. When does next parts of series come out?

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  17. Ivans twitter is @IvanArchivaldo the official account is the one with the pic of him looking up 344k followers and following 17

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    1. How the hell would you know. There are many twitters with that name on it... Probably real or maybe fanfarrones. He.He..

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  18. The guy with the monkey mask is el Commandante perro

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    1. It's not a mask, he looks like that naturally.

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  19. Can someone please address how to watch with English subs it doesn't work on YouTube. If there is another option please share.

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    1. Me as well, I wanted to watch it so bad but can't speak Spanish.

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    2. If you listen 2 any unknown language long enough. Eventually you start 2 understand what's being said. Study study and keep studying. - Sol Prendido

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    3. The subtitles work but they are crap.
      You wont get no help off spanish speakers on here havent you noticed?Its best if you speak a little,to let it run with spanish not english subs,aside from that theres not a lot you can do dude?

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    4. Dudes,try and learn a little you can pick a bit up with repetition,many words you start to recognize and get the gist of what they are saying.
      No love or help from Mexicans on here,sorry to say.

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    5. Its ok,nothing spectacular,same dance as others,airport,waits in hotel,contact in car park,shows him going into Sierra to watch them make meth,brown,hangs with some juniors round a pool,hes in Sinalao with CDS members when Chapos mommas home was attacked but we dont get to know anything special about it,nothiing really,most intersting is just how inaccessible some of these areas are.

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  20. He oido que Mucho Narco vive en El Dorado, Sinaloa.

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  21. Marina took out H2 in Tepic tonight

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  22. I believe you made a mistake saying it can be watched with subtitles. Unfourantly the movie does now support English subtitles.

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  23. Hey they just killed H2 in nayarit the guy taking his spot now is el dany aka H9 theres a video of a marine helicopter shooting a 50 cal at H2 aparrantley on the run through houses

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    1. Where is the link

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    2. 6.09
      Dude click on the writing on top of video and it takes you to YT,where it says Clandestino El Cartel de Sinaloa

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  24. Its obvious in in the state of Sinaloa, the federal government exerts little control given how blatant CDS operates with guns everywhere.
    The cartels are like warlords in a failed state.
    Maybe at one time the PRI used to run things.
    And given how dirty the Mexican government is, they naively think they can pull the strings and collect the bribes.

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  25. Can the author please verify this is actually available with English subtitles, maybe I am not doing it right. Or if there is another site to watch on that provides English subs? Thank you.

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  26. I wonder if Chapo's sons are really making moves selling heroin, cocaine, meth.

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    1. Are they... There is no need for them to keep doing the same thing right? Unless...

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    2. 6:16 blood in blood out, nomas te sales muerto o asesinado, es el precio de la gente nueva.

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  27. People actually watch documentaries about Sinaloa Cartel. I mean I never had to it was just born in the Genes. Silly people actually wanna be pArt of the Virus.
    Very Sad
    -ElBlancoNieves

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  28. This reporter has balls of steel, i would have soiled my pants when the narco júnior said turn the cámara off, btw Wonder who that is with bin Laden on his gun.great documentary.

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    1. Idk but two things.
      1. Although it was a BEAUTIFUL gun most likely a 1911 or a 38 super he had bin Laden on it lmao extremely cheesy. I would definitely understand scarface but bin Laden is cheesy.

      2. The reporter laughed at him lmao poor narco junior like the late great Rodney Danger field used to say "I get no respect "

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    2. They laughed at him because he was trying to hard to be though his gun is el Taliban the one who got killed

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  29. "Bin Laden no traiciono a nadie" Pinches pendejos estos. Ese guey era mata ni├▒os.

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  30. Definitely worth of interest to watch. Hate giving any acknowledgement to these individuals who have made it their business to bring havoc and misery. But can't be ignorant to the fact that it's reality.

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  31. Who's the person with the Bin Laden gun ?

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    1. An idiot. Tweeking from his own product. Could not get himself out of a paper bag if his life depended on it. Narco jr with a habit and playing tough . A nobody put a product of momies and daddy's infidelity.
      I'm sure it's a regrettable decision that transpired that night in the hen house.

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    2. Its obvious your hate runs deep...

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    3. 5:40 You're so lost.

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    4. Not lost but vigilant and focused. And yes the hatred is deep when u acknowledged these scumbags not for their positive contributions for society but for their ignorance they represent.

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    5. Moreover if u are wondering I must be white( Caucasian) ? No . Hispanic of Mexican descent which is disappointing to see our progress as Hispanic wither to senseless individuals who believe that trafficking is by all means our goal in life than an educated doctor. Hope it answers any questions you may have or opinions

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  32. 2:11 PM Es el Taliban..

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  33. Mucha violencia!!!

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  34. Lo ├║nico real de este documental es el payaso del narco Junior que se pone loco y empieza hacer sus baboseadas y creerse que es narco jajaja

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  35. How come it had to be a fucking Spaniard who got to do the documentary... makes me say it's bullshit. Everybody knows Mexicans can't stand fucking Spaniards and their European bullshit

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    1. 9.48
      The reporter is too white for this guy to stomach,isnt that what you meant?C,mon man be real,its not uncommon in Mexico,ask African Mexicans and Indigenous.

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    2. Anyone can do a documentary. Step up to the plate and do one, 948.

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    3. 4:48 a g├╝ebo! Ust├ę si sabe mijo.
      No nomás es andar ahi de calientes haciendo documentarios, en una de seas sales pozoliado.
      Pero para documentales, Michael Moorer

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    4. So you hate epn,your president?
      El sol gordo

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  36. so no way to watch with english subtitles??????

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  37. 2nd episode came out today, check it out!

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  38. Where did you find the 2nd episode?

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  39. The cooking method they use to make meth is questionable. They have found meth labs outside of CLN bigger and more sophisticated that yields bigger quantity. The jrs always end up in jail or death, they always end up facking up, few of them don't follow the trade.

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  40. Youtube says:

    his video is unavailable.

    Sorry about that. :/

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  41. His video is private YouTube message

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