Tuesday, July 11, 2017

New Report: CJNG and Sinaloa DTO's the Most Powerful

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from Riodoce

Demand for Heroin UP 300%
By: Miguel Ángel Vega
July 10, 2017

New Report by the Office of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ( UNODC) concludes: 

The escalation of the Mexican drug trafficking organization (DTO's) is influenced by a 300% increase in the demand for HEROIN.

The Sinaloa cartel along the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG), ousted criminal organizations in China and Italy as the most powerful criminal groups in the world, according to a new report from the Office of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ( UNODC).

This information would place the Sinaloa cartel at the same level as the mafias in Russia and Japan, among the groups most capable of corruption on the planet, even with the absence of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzman Loera, who was extradited to the United States earlier this year, and even when control and territorial disputes inside continue to rise.


According to the report, this escalation would have been influenced by the fact that Mexico became the third largest producer of heroin in the world in 2016, surpassed only by Afghanistan and Myanmar, and that the increase in consumption of the drug which grew in the United States and Europe.

"Although cocaine use has prevailed in countries of Europe and North America, it is clear that the use of heroin increased 300 percent between 2011 and 2016," reveals the report published in late June.

Regions in Guerrero, Sinaloa, Durango and Chihuahua remain the places where poppy crops are  grown, although there are other states across the Sierras Madre Occidental and Sierra Madre Oriental, including Tlaxcala, Hidalgo and Puebla, where no poppy used to be  grown, but in recent years it has begun to gain notoriety for planting the crop.

White Gold and Black Gold

In a quick survey by Ríodoce in the mountainous area of Sinaloa, for the common farmer, planting poppy represents the only livelihood option and thus get around the lack of social and economic development there in the mountains of Badiraguato.

"A kilo of gum (opium) sells for  35, 000 pesos, and if a plot of a quarter hectare gives you a four kilos of gum, then you already have nearly 140, 000 pesos to live on for the year" says a poppy grower who asked us not to reveal his name, nor the place where he lives in the Sierra de Badiraguato, Sinaloa.

This sower is the third generation of poppy farmers, explains how planting marijuana migrated eight years ago, a poppy, and makes clear that everything has been part of the demand that has occurred in the United States.

  
"They keep asking for "mota", but it does not pay as well as before; instead the "chiva" is better paid , "he said, referring to the drop in prices of marijuana, whose price in 2009 was 500 thousand, while today they buy it 400 pesos.

Clandestine Heroin "Cooking" Facility/Lab or "Cocina''
Once the farmer sells the opium gum, the trafficker sends it to be processed by a heroin cook, who needs ten kilograms of rubber to process one kilo of white heroin for the black market in New York or Pennsylvania  and it would cost approximately $48 thousand dollars.

"I charge $2000 US dollars per kilo of chiva white," said a  cook interviewed in the Sierra  Badiraguato, after explaining that in recent years the demand has  increased by 300 percent  for that comodity.

According to the same report by the UNODC, the territorial radius planted in Mexico is equivalent to the land area of Washington DC, which is equivalent to 177 square kilometers, planted in full, ie, almost the size of Culiacan and Angostura together.

Area Outlined in PINK shows Poppy Growing Regions
That great an area of sown land puts Mexico as the third largest producer of heroin in the world which,  added to the  traffic of other illegal drugs like cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamines, and given the proximity to the US makes the Sinaloa Cartel and Jalisco New Generation Cartel have grown to nearly  the same level as mafias in Russia and Japan.

A Country of the Strong

But while Sinaloa and Jalisco are strengthened, the Mexican federal government managed to reduce the power of five other cartels, says Antonio Luigi Mazzitelli, head of UNODC in Mexico.

"These five groups are the Arellano Félix, La Familia Michoacana, the Knights Templar, the Juarez Cartel and Los Zetas," the official said.

This has not been the case with the Sinaloa Cartel and CJNG, who have maintained their power to interact with institutional, political, economic and social groups at all levels.

Criminal groups like  Beltrán Leyva and the Gulf Cartel, however, have maintained a stable capability, despite the capture or death of their main leaders, although that situation has prompted new groups emerging in different parts of the country, including Sinaloa.

In the case of Sinaloa, a study published last May states that at present, the violence that exists in that entity is due to ten criminal cells disputing territorial control of the Sinaloa Cartel, and that many of them go unnoticed because of the war that the sons  of  "El Chapo" are fighting  with the faction of Dámaso López , "El Licenciado".

The violence seems to take new directions, as talk of a possible alliance between the remnants of the Damasos with CJNG, as happened in Tijuana, where that  cartel (CJNG) joined  Arellano Félix to start a common front against the Sinaloa Cartel, according to several narcomantas found in that city that until a few months ago, was controlled by the Sinaloa Cartel.

34 comments:

  1. Gente de nestor salas&panu ya an entrado en dorado hace un rato,they were the ones who threw the bodies off the cessna.damaso shotcallers montana,15,solitario&tigrillo all continue to operate for lic but have left dorado.tigrillo se encargo de los k kedaron en bcs after losing navolato to chimales but expect them to defend those plazas with possibly an alliance with ctng/cjng even though la alianza con cesarin carrillo failed

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    1. Eso se rumora por los ranchos del valle de san lorenszo....tambien muchos de la gente de los lic se voltiaron i otros mejor entregaron las armas i se abrieron del dorado

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    2. No hay gente de damaso ya en eldorado a todos los sacaron esta la gente del mayo a cargo damaso operaba desde navolato asta mazatlan.y la baja california. El mayo zambada manda en eldorado su gente anda ahi.y todo lo que damaso controlaba. Cuando mataron al sindico desee ahi entro la gente mucho damaso se fue y otros cayeron por las balas. La guerra damaso vs chapitos se termino

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  2. Michoacanos vs Sinaloenses shits about to go down! Mexican Gangsters are the most crazy and deadlier than any other crime group Italians, Los putos nazis, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, penguins from Antartica, ISIS, serotes from MS, Armenian Power you name it. The Raza aka the natives are the ones in charge here and world wide. El Tarasco de La eMe CalifaS13

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    1. Not something to be proud of, this causes a lot of innocent deaths con gente que no la debe

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    2. We were just saying how gangbangers were stupid a few articles, and you proved it. Do yourself a favor and open a book.

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    3. The Natives?
      Haven't you noticed most Sinaloenses hAve light skin? They aren't natives? Sons of Spanish ancestors

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    4. @10:37 You're ignorance is at the pike

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    5. El Azul, El Negro Durazo, Fernando Valenzuela, El Macho Prieto, AND alfredo Rios Camarena were not really "white" but they were from the "west coast".
      Seems to look like there is equal opportunity there.
      Mexicans come in all colors, I am sure some are good persons and some are real stupid like 10:37 and 6:26.

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    6. 6 :26 yes, Mexicans are natives. There is Indians in sinaloa too. Plus, not ALL Sinaloa people are light skinned. I know a bunch of sinaloenses that are dark skinned.

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    7. No gangsters last forever. Eventually it's prison or the morgue for all. Or worse some get the pleasure of being buried in some clandestine mass grave in the middle of nowhere.

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    8. 6:26 all Mexicans have native in them dummie

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    9. 4:58. Your comment made me laugh but this is not true my friend. I am of parents Suiso and my family is very light and blond. We are many in Sinaloa, Couhilla, GTO, Jalisco who look like North Americans and like 6:26 says Mazatlan, Culiacán, El Fuerte and more north to Obregón very fair people are common.

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    10. to 3:39 I agree
      Got family from mostly every part of Mexico either by blood, religion (Godparents) or through marriage from Sinaloa, Jalisco, Nayarit Tamaulipas, Durango included. I know some chinolas and tapatios who are dark brown skin. My grandfather was pretty pale white being a Michoacano with Spanish and Italian blood my granmother Purpecha blood. They had a mixture of Roman Catholic and Indian Culture in rancho deep n the sierra, reltives chopping evil mutherfuckers up like the Book of Judith Tarasco style. Got cousins who are fairly dark skinned and others look like non-hispanic gabachos. Mexicans are very mixed peoples who most are hard working with strong family foundations. We always have those raza lames who want to be hard and do drugs join the Life of crime and don't last long get jailed snitch or get put in the ground eternal.
      El Tarasco del La eMe CalifaSX3

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    11. Fuck la eme

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    12. 9:43 funny you don't have to balls to say that to their face punk

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    13. 8:39 you laugh at my comment but I potty your ignorance. I don't doubt that your family is from suisa but if you look at a history book about Mexico you will see that Spaniards conquered Mexico at one point for 500 years or so. Mexicans are "mestizos" meaning we are mixed people. We're mostly mixed with Spanish, Italian, Morocco or middle eastern because Spanish conquered Mexico and Spaniards are a mixed race of the countries I spoke of. I did a DNA test because I was curious. Turns out I am 48% indigenous from michoacan and the rest is from Morocco, Italia, Ganna (Africa) and Irish. I was curious because a lot of people's comments made me wonder. I am light skinned 6"5 and curly hair. I got axture of looks in my family like most Mexicans I know. I will NEVER deny my indigenous roots.

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    14. @7:49 The history books? Don't believe u bc all u gotta do is look up word mestizo in dictionary and mestizo by definition is someone with "Amerindian or pacifindian blod. A full blood swiss is not mestizo and neither are the 10+ thousand Americans with FM1 cards living around Lake Chapala, San Miguel de allende, and more. I am proud mulato from Veracruz (NOT mestizo) so take your fake book and be queit

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    15. 7:49- So the Chinese, German, Italian, Syrian etc decent Mexicans nationals are mestizo? Have you been to Mexico City, Lagos de Moreno, or anywhere in Mexico?

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  3. aki todo sigue al tiro sinaloa al grito de guerra i para chambear ya saben k en calor se activa la plebeda ....saludos princesa Yaqui i para la reyna chivis un abrazo sincero

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    1. Aquiles estamos Comandante Perro alCien con elPatron Archivaldo, el panu al 10 con Los Ninos.
      Y elPadrino firme

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    2. Saca el foco compa pero!

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  4. The problem of cartels, drug smuggling and violence are nothing but symptoms of the real underlying causes which are poverty, corruption and demand.

    Only by addressing poverty, corruption and demand (in that order) will there ever be a solution to the misery of millions.

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    1. 12:24 no, pos ya rugistes, mi liona.
      Como usté diga Don Ainstain.
      Ora ya nomás que se haga rico el maruchanero mas pobre y empezamos con la corrupcion, pa no dejar a nadie atrás.

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    2. @12:24 precisely so

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    3. Your poverty equation is not correct. First there is demand and this results in supply. GREED and not poverty results in supply that again would not be present without demand. Most narco jente i know here here did not come from poverty because the family are narcos too
      _^^__

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    4. Doubt it, as long as the people of the world need their fix, Mexicans or anyone else ready to
      Capitalize will be there. Stop USING drugs, or legalize them.. until then all this is BS... AMERICANS want their DRUGS.. if mexico doesn't supply them, guaranteed someone else will..
      VIVA MEXICO

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    5. To 4:07 is so true. People love drugs especially Americans and the Liberal Celebrities who influence it. It's always mentioned in Rap/Hip Hop culture along with many other non-respectable music and other entertainment. I didn't choose the life of I was born into it, chosen because many are not organized and just screw things up and kill innocents. Mexicans run the Mafia worldwide until the end of time because we are the most mixed people. Thank the peoples everywhere who have mixed with the natives. I don't like drugs but somebody needs to run this. The governments around the world are key players they do evil behind closed doors and then wash their hands like Pontius Pilate on live TV. The world is becoming like the novel ninety-eighty-four where the lower class is kept ignorant. Some governments are only as good or as bad as the people it governs. To BB reporters I been following you stuff since day one and no other site tops it like you. The world is cold may your paths be safe where ever you do good and report was it true serio! My respects
      El Tarasco del La eMe CalifaSX3

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  5. I doubt the Chung and cds are the most powerful in the world, maybe when cjng and cds were together. The yakusa are more powerful because they have been around way longer and are not always fighting each other like cjng and cds.

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  6. So theres black or tar heroin and white heroin? If white is better then y make black tar heroin seems stupid

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    1. China white and Mexican black tar.. one is modelo the other is bud ice. Some people can't afford the good stuff but luckily for them there's a market for that.

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  7. Those planted fields are so obvious and easy to spot. This isn't the jungles of Columbia. Disgusting corruption.

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