Wednesday, November 1, 2017

2017 Drug Threat Report:RCQ leads Sinaloa, Mexico greatest heroin source, 6 major cartels

By Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat information from 2017 Drug Threat Report-DEA-

The United States 2017 National Drug Threat Assessment has been made public.  The 182 page comprehensive report covers twenty sections.  I am currently reading and condensing parts of the report that will likely be Borderland Beat readers’ points of interest.  I will post those and the full report in the days to come.  


Some standout points:

Mexico is the provider of heroin to the United States, followed by Colombia to a much lesser degree.

Rafael Caro Quintero is leading the Sinaloa Cartel along with El Mayo Zambada

Gangs:
Regional and national-scale gang alliances, such as prison-based gangs, are closely associated with Mexican TCOs, and have expanded their control over the drug-tracking conducted by criminal street gangs in their respective territories.

Zetas: Juan Gerardo Treviño-Chávez is leading the cartel

BLO: Fausto Isídro Meza-Flores, alias Chapo Isidro remains a subgroup with BLO, and BLO subgroups depend on alliances with CJNG, Zetas and Juárez to access drug corridors.  Details of these and more ahead.

Overview
Mexican TCOs maintain the greatest drug tracking influence in the United States, with continued signs of growth and expansion. By controlling lucrative smuggling corridors, primarily across the SWB, Mexican TCOs export significant quantities of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana, and possibly fentanyl into the United States annually. Once these illicit drugs are smuggled into the U.S., they are delivered to user markets in the United States through transportation routes and distribution cells that are managed or influenced by Mexican TCOs.


Over the past several years, Mexican TCOs have expanded their sphere of influence into dierent regions of the United States, including the New England area. These TCOs are moving to expand their share of the market, especially in heroin and methamphetamine.

The most significant illicit drug threat posed to the greater Chicago area is by Mexican TCOs, which dominate the wholesale supply of methamphetamine, cocaine, Mexican-grown marijuana, and heroin in this area. At this time there do not appear to be any viable competitors to Mexican TCOs for control of the wholesale drug supply to the Chicago area. To move drug shipments to Chicago, Mexican TCOs employ intermediaries who oversee shipments across the SWB, and facilitate sales to wholesale and mid-level clients.

Mexican TCOs based along SWB states are the principal suppliers of crystal methamphetamine to the Washington DC region. These Mexican TCOs control the transportation of methamphetamine to the area, and dominate distribution at the wholesale level.

Mexican TCOs are the most prominent wholesale heroin sources of supply throughout the state of Georgia.

 
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Most Significant Mexican TCOs Currently Active in the United States

The drug tracking landscape in Mexico is in constant flux with new organizations emerging as oshoots from previously established TCOs. As of 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) assesses the following six Mexican TCOs, as depicted in Figures 3-8, hold the greatest drug tracking impact on the United States: Sinaloa Cartel, Jalisco New Generation Cartel (Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación, or CJNG), Juarez Cartel, Gulf Cartel, Los Zetas Cartel, and Beltran-Leyva Organization. Each of these TCOs maintains drug distribution cells in designated cities across the United States that either report directly to TCO leaders in Mexico or indirectly through intermediaries. While the Knights Templar (Los Caballeros Templarios or LCT) is still regarded as a viable TCO in Mexico, DEA assesses it does not have a major impact on the drug tracking landscape within the United States. The following is a background on each of the six major Mexican TCOs, with examples of their drug tracking impact on distinct U.S. cities [click on image to enlarge]







Heroin

Mexico is the U.S. Market predominant source
Heroin from all four source areas (Mexico, South America, Southwest Asia, and Southeast Asia) is available to varying degrees; however, analysis of DEA heroin indicator programs data, production and cultivation estimates, investigative information, and seizure data indicates Mexico is the predominant source of heroin in the United States. South America is the second most common source of heroin. Smaller amounts of Southwest Asian (SWA) heroin are available in certain U.S. markets, but, despite high levels of production in Afghanistan, comparatively little SWA heroin is available in the United States. Most SWA heroin supplies markets in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Southeast Asian (SEA) heroin has rarely been available in the United States in the past decade, since production in the Golden Triangle (the traditional Southeast Asian poppy-growing region of Burma, Laos, and Thailand) declined significantly overall since 2000. In 2010, heroin production in Burma began to increase again, but current production is still below 2000 levels. Mexico and, to a lesser extent, Colombia dominate the U.S. heroin market because of their proximity, established transportation and distribution infrastructure, and ability to satisfy heroin demand in the United States.


Heroin Overview-The most deadly threat due to fentanyl

Heroin poses a serious public health and safety threat to the United States. Overdose deaths, already at high levels, continue to rise. The increasing adulteration of heroin with analogues of the highly-potent synthetic opioid fentanyl and other synthetic opioids has exacerbated this situation. Poppy cultivation and heroin production levels in Mexico, the primary source of heroin for the U.S. market, continue to increase. The heroin supply in the United States, particularly white powder markets in the eastern United States, is highly pure, inexpensive, and increasingly adulterated with fentanyl. This high purity finding is attributed to laboratory testing which shows it to be both highly-refined and less diluted when comparing what is a reasonable amount of dilution for street-level heroin, typically 40-50% in many East Coast markets. It is unclear how much market share fentanyl has gained from heroin, as the two markets are so intertwined. However, some heroin indicators suggest fentanyl is significantly impacting market share and, in a few markets, even supplanting the heroin market. Heroin-involved overdose deaths are high and increasing across the United States, particularly in the Northeast and Midwest. Heroin-involved overdose deaths more than quadrupled between 2010 and 2015, with the most recent data indicating that heroin was involved in 12,989 American deaths in 2015. While the size of the heroin user population is smaller than other major drugs, heroin is highly deadly to its users. For example, the population that currently abuses prescription pain relievers is approximately 10 times the size of the heroin user population; however, the number of opioid analgesic-involved overdose deaths is approximately twice that of heroin-involved deaths. Heroin is now commonly adulterated with fentanyl, making it even more deadly to its user population.


 Availability

The United States has seen substantial increases in heroin availability in the last seven to 10 years, which has allowed the heroin threat to expand to unprecedented levels. Rapid increases in heroin production in Mexico (see Production section) since 2015 have ensured a reliable supply of low-cost heroin, even in the face of significant increases in user numbers.Eleven of the 21 domestic DEA FDs ranked heroin as their number one drug threat in 2016; another six FDs ranked heroin as the second greatest threat to their areas (see Figure 34). Additionally, 44 percent of 2017 National Drug Threat Survey respondents nationwide reported heroin was the greatest drug threat in their area, more than for any other drug. The DEA field divisions with the highest percentage of respondents choosing heroin as the greatest drug threat are in the Northeast and Midwest: Philadelphia FD (84.2%), New Jersey FD (84.2%), New York FD (76.9%), New England FD (65.0%), Detroit FD (64.2%), Chicago FD (54.6%), and Washington FD (47.2%). A high percentage (46.1%) of respondents in the Seattle FD also reported heroin as the greatest drug threat (see Figure 35).A significant increase of fentanyl in many U.S. heroin markets has not yet aected heroin availability, most likely because fentanyl is often mixed into heroin when sold for illicit use. Reporting from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies indicates heroin availability continues to increase throughout the United States. Availability levels remain highest in the Northeast and in areas of the Midwest. These regions are white powder heroin markets and have historically had higher heroin use levels than other regions of the country.


146 comments:

  1. Here we go.....our keyboard warriors:

    I don't want to read comments of how pendejo the DEA is and how they know nothing and this is BS. etc etc. you may not like it for whatever reason, counter comments are welcome, say what you know, and where you get your info. Don't take us to fantasy land. I myself scratched my head over a couple of points and conclusions, but the report looks pretty good to me...so far...Paz

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    1. So this is stating RCQ is a head of CDS not a BLO like some suggest but also states Damaso is still considered CDS as well so wondering if he was still considered CDS or was he CJNG since he formed an alliance with them

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    2. From my experience Chivis the DEA is usually pretty accurate. They may get a few things wrong here and there but hey they are doing their work from afar. Just think of what kind of intel they could get if they had legitimate help from Mexican law enforcement. When it comes to bringing down big names the DEA as a whole has done an awesome job. My only rebuttal is to the CJNG cheerleaders who said RCQ was supporting Mencho. If anyone knows anything about the old school narcos they would know the old heads stick together.

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    3. In other words chivis, suelten la sopa cabrones. No anden con sus mamadas.

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    4. 9:05

      I agree. and all I ever heard since he was released is that he was working with Mencho. I wish the report spoke more detail on this.

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    5. En la sierra ya se siembra más opio que mota por eso está entrando más para el norte ...side affect of marijuana production in the u.s bajo el precio por kilo de yerba y todos a sembrar amapola.

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    6. i do not really care too much about RCQ and his magical leading of drug trafficking from mexico, persecuted, in hiding, unable to lead in person, a real accomplishment.
      but that felix ismael rodriguez mendigutia never sued his accusers hector berrellez and phil jordan on any US court is really something, they accused rodriguez of ordering the kidnapping, torture and murder of Kiki Camarena and his mexican pilot alfredo zavala avelar, the DEA keeps a real suspicious silence, has been at war against some of their best agents, including cele castillo, chosing to protect some real big criminals instead.
      i am grateful for this report, but the DEA has come a long way TO NO POINTS FOR CREDIBILITY.

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    7. I told everyone but damn this was quicker that I thought. Get ready to see mencho fall

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    8. That was the rumor going around chihuahua about Caro trying to take over.

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    9. Caro ain't all that anymore, he's trying to be like his old way. With power but the game has chamged drastically for that old man

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    10. Is DEA going to help CDS once again by capturing it's rival cartel bosses like it did when these cartel wars began around 2006?
      If anyone is fighting against CDS because it wants to expand into their territory that cartels leadership will be captured because they use violence they said. They should learn to play and get along well together they said or we will capture their bosses until they learn to do that.
      Fuckin DEA bullshit in order to manipulate Mexico and or it's people to have only one cartel to stop the bloodshed there. This was never going to work however because CDS supresses people in its territory too much and yet only characters like Chapo and his kids as well as the Zambadas make any real money dealing dope. Fuckin cells of CDS like GN get paid peanuts to die for these asshole bosses of theirs.

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    11. 2:11. I do not know you or what work you do but you know well the historia and today.

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    12. 8:38 I think that’s what’s CJNG is trying to do. Stop 🔫🔪 everyone who has power and start all over again like it was back in the days and that’s were rcq comes in

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    13. 6:20 glad you notice, thanks.
      how about russian mobsters involved in drug trafficking from mexico to the US?
      Sammy "the bull" Gravano who has been released after 16 years of a 20 yeAR sentence for drug trafficking EXTASY in Arizona, had previously served 5 years for shit including 19 confessed murders was an associate of a Felix Sater and helped bring down the mafia in new York, the FBI has been receiving intelligence from Mr Sater in exchange for their looking the other way, in financial fraud and other thinguies, Mr Sater has used his leverage to help his friends in the Red Mafiya in russia and on the US, have fun carretero.

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    14. DEA does not publish what it knows! DEA publishes what it want us to think it knows or what it wants us to believe.

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    15. 11:16 yeah. Just like it wanted us to believe it was against CDS during the Calderon era.

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    16. 11:16; “Since the earliest days of our youth, we have been conditioned to accept that the direction of the herd, and authority anywhere — is always right.” Suzy Kassem

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    17. After 9/11 US intelligence agencies were like put under one roof to avoid failures like 9/11, so they have been working together by law, but still keep turf by any means necessary, except their bosses, chefs, administrators, all work for the same executive in charge of bringing down criminals, or not, if they behave and cooperate $$$.

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  2. Funny, it always seems someone is placed as the head/leader of CDS but the only face that doesn’t change, get caught, or is pursued furiously is the “old guy”. Haha quieren tapar el sol con el dedito chiquito.

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  3. RCQ back at it? Is there any proof provided in this report to back it up? Puro Sinaloa

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    1. Maybe not in the report (I'm still working my way through it), but he has been caught on a few WhatsApp convos with CJNG leadership since he was released by the Mexican "judicial" system. It's interesting that he is listed as part of CDS in the report though.

      KB

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    2. WhatsApp lol what a fool

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    3. You got a link or your just guessing as to him being caught on Whatsapp? Cause I'm sure that old man is not using Whatsapp. Jajajajajaja

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    4. RCQ gets out and right after that Chapo was taken. Now that was a nice trade for RCQ!

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    5. All I can give you is the media reporting on it. Go back to Nov 18, 2014 here on BB for one of them. Here is another: https://splinternews.com/mexican-millennials-at-the-forefront-of-drug-war-intell-1793844185

      Age has nothing to do with it, people will use what they think works and what they are comfortable with.

      KB

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  4. Chivis . Imay disagree with your opinion from time to time but when its all weighed out , you do a great job . Ok my opinion , the usa will put its foot down and there will be major impacts . When all else fails , anybody who really understands know we will resort to assassinations of individuals . Shit we can have interrogations done by contractors in foreign countries . Sometimes information that leads places is far better than only wanting what can be used in court . Captue that quintero pos. Hehas a story to tell under the right conditions .

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  5. Thanks Chivis !
    Where is that old man photo of RCQ ?

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    1. Rafa since Back in the day has been protected bye the Mex government Hell maybe even some higher ups in the U S government.Only a dumb Ass wouldn't think so. I mean who gets accused of KILLING a U S Federal DEA agent and walk out of Jail. Lol what a joke. A slap in the face to all Law enforcement In the U S that are truly in it to make a difference.

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    2. Lots of info in this report Yaqui! I cannot believe I am reading all of it.

      Goldcup: exactly ..but remember the release was "an error in paper work"

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    3. the presidential pardons for the all american iran/contra cocaine and marihuana drug traffickers sure were no mistake, they still rule, they also stole the money they got for their weapons for hostages and from iran and irak oil they received clandestinely, some of it stolen by Marc Rich, later pardoned by Bill Clinton.

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    4. He never should have been kept in a Mexican jail to begin with...

      KB

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    5. 6:53 it was the least rafael caro quintero's partners on the US side could do for him, letting him and the others serve their time in mexican cells, after all they served FAITHFULLY the american politicians in power at the time, killing Camarena as ordered, even taping and recording the enhanced interrogation.

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    6. I also downloaded the report. Some of the things in the report I was already informed of.

      "The Guy Who Knows Nothing"

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    7. 11:21 you are such a good reporter,
      you should have your own site,
      but I know, you would have no visitors...
      Better keep working here for us for free,
      You are hired!

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  6. "Mala llerba nunca muere" is a saying in Spanish.
    Means weeds which by nature are "bad" and at the same time sturdy never die.
    Fuckin old timers Zambada and RCQ are the damn weeds!
    Hope when one of them or both do pass Sinaloans don't die for lack or nutts to suck!

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    1. 6:48 you are so well fed,
      You are ready to market yourself.

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    2. 6:39 gracias a Dioa I, am well fed! And you? Muerto de hambre!

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  7. Rafa Caro Quintero working with the Sinaloa crew that one caught me off gaurd i would had assumed he joined up with Jalisico or BLO. But if true that may explain why Cadete Quintero turned himself in since he is BLO, Rafa may have given his cousin a chance to get out

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  8. Things are really heated in Guerrero Chihuahua

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    1. What's going on, and is it safe to visi There's a cattle ranch that my dad and I want to visit. Not any time soon obviously.

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  9. Damn Cartel de Tijuana / Cartel Arellano Felix got nipped in the bud quick. Once a sophisticated transnational mafia controlling the west coast drug trade to nothing but dry ashes.

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    1. That happens to pretty much every cartel. It'll happen to CDS eventually then CJNG etc.. Cartel stories are ones of succession. No one stays on top forever.

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    2. Sinaloa has been on top since the beginning. Fake News 2;10

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    3. 7:25 acshually the bites cartels receive are on their ass, by then they are real BIG ASS, for people that like to bite more than they can chew.

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    4. Sinaloa was on top after the cdg zetas split up. Before that the gulf cartel with the zetas was the strongest cartel. Get your facts straight.

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  10. Interesting article!I wonder how long it will be til synthetic opiates totally take over the heroin market?Then what?Also it's funny how Osario Chong acts surprised and denies that most of the heroin in US originates in Mexico!

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    1. @7:50 it's ALREADY HAPPENING!! Fentanyl is the synthetic new opiate.THATS WHY I REFUSE TO GIVE MY KIDS ANY PRESCRIBED PAIN PILL!!! I suggest u do the same. That's really the only thing we can do to stop this.And for those already HOOKED on opiiates, I'm truly sorry for YOU. Your HOOKED FOR LIFE! U will ALWAYS have that itch. Not an option but a fact. THEY GOT U! The least u can do is educate the new generation on telling Dr. Smith TO FUCK OFF!!! That's how u stop the opiate and heroin epidemic.

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    2. They won't. at last forever. But I am posting about each of the drugs next part of the report. opiates are the reason heroin had a re-surge. Cheap and available. I predict that if the U.S. clamps down unreasonably on opiates used by persons of genuine need, then heroin will have another surge. There has to be balance and thoughtful discourse and study about that. there are great steps to be taken already in place, they must be mandated to its use....I am worried that Trump is being fed overblown bullshit and will act accordingly. Like he did with the "MS13" hype.

      Chong is a cabron disgrace.

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    3. there are going to be billionS dollars to be privatized under guise of a war on opiates addiction,
      after robbing the government for supplying the vice and the addiction they are ready to charge the US government for the treatment, WHILE LEGISLATORS RUN AGAIN TO HELP THE CRIMINALS THAT CREATED THE PROBLEM, EGGED BY LOBBYISTS AGAIN.

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    4. You are correct chivis.. politicians do not understand how the addicted persons brain works. A clamp down on opiate based pharmaceuticals will just lead to an increase in heroin demand. Take the late 2000,s for example...when the government forced Purdue pharma and other generic oxycontin makers to change there formula for a time release non crushable pill, every addict changed to heroin.. I'm sure theres a chart or graph that shows the heroin increased supply was the result of that government law.. South Florida for example. In 2010-2011 when the DEA raided and shut down all the pill Mills (doctor-pharmacy co-op one stop shop), the surge in heroin demand skyrocketed. This inevitably leading to the huge fentanyl market that's causing record overdoses down here but also across the country. If you tell an opiate addict that, fentanyl is the strongest around and it will kill you, the addict will run a B-line for it, just bc it's strong, regardless that they know one shot can kill them....sad

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    5. What would you expect. The king is taking back what was his. That's why chapo is out of the game.

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    6. Dunno, I kind of liked the MS13 response. Treat the cartels like terrorists, and arrest or deport the buggers.

      As for heroin; opiate abuse has been a plague on humanity since for a long time. The Opium Wars and early 1900s America are evidence of that. Sadly, it's a human vice to abuse things they think make them feel good. "All things in moderation" is advice that is seldom followed, especially these days, unfortunately.

      Until the users decides to stop there is really very little that can be done to stop the epidemic. As long as there are users there will be suppliers trying to make money off of them.

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    7. Gang hype would have been truth. say Tango Blast... not MS13 which has only 7 to 8k members giving way to prison gangs. that was my issue. saying things like they need to be deported...that ship sailed long ago, most are american born now. even in the report in this post say prison gangs are the biggest threat with their alliances with cartels.

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    8. 7:10 you are drinking Trump kool-aid if you think MS-13 is a huge threat and should be labeled as terrorist. MS-13 like many gangs in tbe US mostly target other gangs or their associates. When I troll fox news there is usually at least article about a MS-13 murder in a large city. But what about the other gangland murder committed by Sureños, Norteños, Bloods, Crips, GD's, Vice Lords and Latin Kings? Its all about proving Trump correct with only the focus on MS-13. If you label one group a terrorist organization you have to label them all and that includes the Neo-Nazis and KK groups.

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    9. The OPIATES epidemic of our days have nothing to do with the Opium Wars, except for the owners and heirs and their methodology, the difference is that todays' drug trafficking is on steroids and uses lobbyists and legislators like a wood burning bonfire out of control with the owners running us the most incredible lies and excuses, nobody needs tons of pain killers a day but the suppliers need to move them, because bisness is bisness, and nobody better get his ass on the way.

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    10. Not true.. all the gangs should be labeled as terrorist orginizations. Period! Cause thats what they do.

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    11. Politicians know when they are being lobbyied, and they know how badly to charge for the impertinence.
      Big Pharma knows how drug addicts brains work before they even start packing for the public, they just experiment on the best cocktails that will make it to legal status to rob the government and the insurances to cure whare ver pains you, and nobody better bring any dissenting votes to the floor, they will be primaried and tar and feathered and swift boated by next morning the latest, more probably on today's evenin' news, their pay and money should be confiscated for what they did on legalizing opioids, then kick their putas nalgas out of congress.

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    12. 7:10 I thought the neo Nazis and kkk were labeled terrorist but really haven't heard of any killings done by them . At least not as any kind of organized effort . Pretty sure they are low risk unless you get in their space . The recent protest and riots were staged . Afterward black panthers and kkk got on the bus to leave together. The drug organizations in mexico are without a doubt terrorist . They stage bodies and conduct activities to instill TERROR . Commit atrocities and leave their calling signature . The white supremacist don't seem to be doing anything . Sure if you go confront them they will get in your face . My opinion is as long as they stay out of my space they are safe .

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    13. Chivis do you even know stuff about the US. Tango Blast is a prison gang in Texas. MS13 is all across the states, raping women, robbing people, and killing the dindus

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    14. Yes I know "stuff" about the U.S. as a 3rd generation American I consider it my responsibility. Your comment makes no sense and perhaps you misread. I said prison gangs have replaced street gangs in violence, crime and alliances with cartels. MS13 has greatly diminished, and I say gangs like tango blast are a greater threat. for example in texas there are 19,000 TB and only 500 MS13

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    15. TB although formed in prisons in Texas acts more like a "street" gang where their members are jumped in to the gang and jumped out of it as well. There is no lifetime commitment required of any member unlike traditional prison gangs. There is also no commitment to participate in dope dealing, theft, crimes and much less killings although individual "cells" or people within this gang might choose to do so. They act similar though not entirely the same as surenos outside of prison without real leadership or direction.
      All this means is that the "danger" that TB represents to anyone is not as dire as it appears regardless of their membership numbers.

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    16. Most people dont know about 14K Sun Yee On and the Bamboo gangs.

      These triads, who have their roots in dialect groups, trade guilds and political movements, are now responsible for much of the world’s drug trafficking and vice establishments.

      Taiwan-based Bamboo Triad was formed in the 1950s and its members are in almost every illegal activity imaginable, from prostitution, gambling, extortion to gunrunning, human trafficking and illegal drug smuggling on a worldwide scale.

      They operate in the US (San Francisco, LA And NY, Miami), Canada, Britain, France and Australia, as well as virtually every country in Asia, including the Philippines.

      14K gang was reportedly founded in Guangzhou, China in 1945 as an anti-communist task force. Four years later, the 14K Triad moved to Hong Kong and now exerts considerable influence over West Kowloon, Yuen Long and Kwun Tong. The 14K is engaged in large-scale drug trafficking around the world.

      Sun Yee On Gang reportedly started in Hong Kong in 1900's based in mainland China and Macau. It has more than 55,000 members worldwide. Sun Yee On gang is said to be the most organized and wealthiest gang aka Mafia in society.

      Both groups supply CDS with raw materials and chemicals needed to manufacture Meth as demand skyrockets.


      Dont believe me look up "Horacio Herrera Hernandez," high-ranking member of the CDS he was the boss in the Philippines controlling shipments and working and in hand with 14k, Sun yee On and the Banboo. CDS is still has an operating system with the gangs tel this day.

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    17. @6:28 If you manage to assume for one moment that the politicians know EXACTLY what they are doing AND that there are some big time winners from the consequences we see today: what does that tell you???

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    18. @ 11:13 BB readers know of the triads because we have posted about the gang. here is my article of 2014

      http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2014/01/hong-kong-triads-supply-meth-precursors.html

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    19. Chivis

      People still don't know the inner workings and how important the triads are to cartels especially CDS.

      I posted a thing or two about leader of the Ghee Kung Tong (GKT),raymond "shrimp boy" chow and how with his power moved San Francisco and they way helped/helps out CDS in northern California in meth and fentanyl production by supplying and shipping chemicals and raw materials. Raymond controlled almost all the ship yards in the city and county of San Francisco as well as the port of Oakland with the help of former California State Senator Leland Yee along with the racketeering operations.

      "The Guy Who Knows Nothing"

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    20. email me sometime... type triad in the subject line. maybe you would be interested in writing a post?

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    21. 9:19
      1898 White supremacists killed 60+ african americans in one of the deadliest mass shootings in the US/ youtube.
      Don't wait for the next mass murder in the US, you could be a victim.

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    22. Chivis..i have to comment on that MS13 hype....i live in nyc and trust me it's no hype.i myself am from the streets but MS13 is a killing machine here on long island..i think something like 22 bodies in a 12 month period I read..No other gang in is killing like that on a organized level.

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  11. i have to take my hat to el mayo zambada lots of years in this game no man will ever be at his level name the most power drug in the world by DEA and never been to prision dammm and like always saying where his from esta de mas we all know those man born there have the cojones puro sinaloa compa
    gallo jugado chalino sanchez

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    1. He only paid BILLION of dollars to uncle sam, remember vicentillo's case. Not cajones $$$

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    2. He paid a billion dollars for his sons freedom. Wtf does canines have to do with anything 829

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    3. 8:29 Vicente Zambada Niebla, 2 billion dollars fine, 25 years in prison, to ensure the Old Man keeps working for the BOSS faithfully and shuts the fack up...
      I know you don't have 2 billion dollars, but you sure can shut your yapper mista no cojones.

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  12. What points had you scratching your head?

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  13. I can tell you this... There's asian heroin in gulf territory so you figure that out.
    Let's say that a friend got half an ounce of pure thai H for 10 k pesos in mty!!
    Literally a gram of that is sold for at least 300 dollars in the USA streets...

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    1. It has been a Mexican market for a few years now. I have watched with interest arguments on BB about it. But I have understood that Mexico has the market, and is still selling the black-brown stuff in some places as it is preferred in those places. Chapo is the one who developed white H, when he saw the mota market in jeopardy as legaliation surfaced.

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    2. It is less risk coming in through mexico, and the chinese are famous for shipping all kind of shit to mexico before trucking it to the US, even North Korea had a consulate in mexico until recently the donal
      ordered epn to kick 'em out, they went to Cuba, I hope they don't reorganize the Cuban Missiles Crisis...

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    3. "Let's say that a friend got half an ounce of pure thai H for 10k pesos"
      I wonder if people actually believe this kind of bullshit? Pure Thai H i dont know,ever been to Asia?

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    4. 2:29 i actually think the Koreans are the ones moving asian heroin and selling it to the CDG in monterrey.

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    5. 7:03 They use the new carretera durango mazatlan for sure, but there is always airplanes, anyway, currency in mexican dollars is always welcome in North Korea, better than nothing.

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    I used the All Time most popular posts blogger option to see what stories popped up. It clearly depicts a change in the drug war of the way cartels battle. check it out on the right. the big showy execution videos and messages have dissipated, as people more or less grew accustomed to them, they lessened their shock value. ....somehwat.

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  15. Ex-tecato here. In laredo I've seen all types of heroin.

    regular black tar heroin- made by mexicans

    grey powder- made by colombians and mexicans

    brown powder that has to be cooked with vinegar or citric acid- no idea who makes this

    white fentanl laced powder- made by local prison gangs

    tan powder- made by mexicans

    The best was the tan. Followed by the grey. Then the black tar. I never enjoyed the white fent one and since I didn't shoot up never got into the brown one either. I'm not saying the whole city is flooded by all these types of H most people just get the tar or white fent but if you know dealers you can come across the tan, grey, and brown H.

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    1. I found interesting how some states reject white and prefer brown or black. I could not exactly figure out why. But some states have virtually no white.

      Also I noticed that trafficking nexxus states like california and tex do not have OD heroin crisis'.

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    2. Cause white can be cut. Harder to add shit to tar and not change the appearance.

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    3. Up in the NW it's mostly black tar..mostly CDS product. More and more fentanyl ODs up here, but mostly tar.

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    4. Cali and Texas have a long history of tecatos. None of my friends started with pain pills. They all started straight on tecata. And honestly it's a family addiction for a lot of users. And since there's long history of tecatos a culture has already been established. Users take care of each other here in Tejas.

      Ehh the white fent ain't worth it. And I've found that regular H is a much better high then fent. IDK why they say fent is stronger. It doesn't last as long and isn't a full body/mental high like regular H. My personal opinion. Not everybody know that the white is fent but everybody knows that 1) doesn't last as long 2)tolerance will go up 3)when it disappears you're fucked because regular H won't work anymore. So that's why even though it's stronger it won't ever beat good ol regular tecata.

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    5. They prefer gunpowder or tar because it has more alkaloids.

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    6. Ex Tecato
      Good post,the brown may be imported Afgani or something if you using citric/vinegar to help dissolve under flame

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    7. 10:07 AM

      What?! You can cut tar with coffee or even polish shoe. Probably tje easiest form of dope to cut. Any true junkie will tell you that.

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    8. Try peyote pendejos,
      right from la penca,
      But connoissieurs can buy it ready dry,
      Smear the green toad jelly on it.
      I'm sticking to monas de guayaba.

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  16. And still in western-Europe the youth are smart enough to know,.. Heroin = loser-drug. In my country, The Netherlands only one heroin overdose in the last three years. And it was a tourist who bought white heroin instead of cocaïne. And 20 years ago heroin use was booming. SEE AND LEARN HOW THE DUTCH GOVERMANT DID THE MAGIC DISSAPEAR TRICK.

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    1. But heroin is legally supplied by the government to addicts. and that OD was actually given or switched by street vendor to heroin. the tourist did not know he was getting heroin. there was a huge investigation because it was THE FIRST HEROIN OD.

      Overall the dutch plan is a proven plan. It has also been a great study. for example, after the coffee shops came into play, there has not been an increase in percentage of people using. and it is in line with all other places where it is illegal.

      i believe in legalization. after years of studying the issue. the war on drugs is a well meaning hoax.

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    2. I was in Amsterdam when that and apparently the supplier gave the street dealer white heroin instead of Coke to sell. The police where out in huge numbers giving leaflets out to warn everyone they might be accidentally sold White H when trying to buy coke.

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    3. A well meaning hoax.. exactly. Well put...

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    4. Here the drugs are the secret dirty money making business of the government's corporate welfare queens, they share in the profits, after all who needs to make it a business program, report, pay taxes and suffer the indignity of having to pay minimum wages to the farmers and low grade grameros and maruchaneros?
      The europeans have a more decent sense of business, public service and politics, but they also allow money laundering from an where in the world, a d they can be found all over the Caribbean Islands in all their tax sheltered money laundering PO Box corporations and on the panama papers.

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    5. The Netherlands yeah the land of milk and honey,just dont fuck with local gangsters or HA owned shops or you'll end up chopped up.Too much money being made too many interests so everything is kept on the down low,but perfect

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    6. heroin in western Europe is a taboo because the 80s generation was wiped out by the aids (no harm reduction).plus it's well known that for example the Spanish government let heroin run rampant in the working class neighborhoods to kill any form of separatist/revolutionary movement.just ask the Basques.

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    7. @Chivis: I tend to not disagree with you but “war on drugs is a well meaning hoax“ is simply not right.

      The WoD is a huge money making and population manipulation racist war-on-the-poor hoax!

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    8. 9:35 the government prolly gave the hot shot on purpose because illegal is more tempting and cheaper and was prolly undercutting the taxpayers', politicians don't like that, private business have a lotta trick and they know how to corner the biz and rise prices later, don't tell me you have never been bait and switched.

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  17. Why don't the Carteles send not even one gram of heroin to western Europeans country's.
    I think they know european law inforcemants will Hunt them down and make there cocaïne smuggle structures a lot more comlplicated. Because why not buy cheaper and higher quality heroin,.. And bring it in on good functionating smuggle linies???

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    1. You must not know that plenty cartels do but the local mob sells it.

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    2. 6:30 mossad israelis are wanted in colombia, we're training zetas in mexico, were caught with weapons and explosives in the mexican Capitol Oct 2001, are partners in weapons and drug trafficking of general rafaelaced de la.concha, illegal German weapons were found in guerrero police members, Carlos hank rohn and brother jorge are their weapons traffickers, with partner Jaime Camil garza, who sent his kids to study opera in italy, Salma Hayek marries a french billionaire senior citizen, others marry spanish gigolós, I mean, there are a lot of foreigners from Europe in mexico, many get juicy pemex contracts, el bertie boy moreiro in spain, the son of el gober precioso in sweden, Marisela Morales in italy, fidel herrera beltran in cataluña, La Sonora Santanera in libya, and other arab countries, drugs must be there a over the place.

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    3. The Asians ship direct to europe, since they put Narco Polo in the slammer for inventing spaghetti, ain't nobody can compete with that, except colombia and their cocainas.

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    4. @6:30 because the more repression there is the higher the profits!
      In Europe there is less repression and more treatment hence there is less incentive to sell.

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    5. Heroin in europe is supplied by the italians. Some italian oc groups are heavy into heroin. Always been.

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  18. There is a mistake on the Gulf Cartel: One of the pictures show La Hamburgeresa, whom is detained, and refers to his brother, Don Chucho, whom got killed.

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    1. La hamburgesas arrest was a joke he is still running things and is still able to move around zacatecas.

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    2. I wonder why hasn't Senor Cortez C1 been mentioned since he's in charge of the matamoros CDG and has been making some big moves lately.

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    3. 9:46 Some say that Sr.Cortez is Alfredo Cárdenas aka El Contador but I doubt it. Tormentita Jr, El Contador and Sr. Cortez are different people all under Matamoros CDG.

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  19. Didn't rcq want some territories sinaloa had.. chapo didn't want him to use it.. now with chapo gone.. don mayo does wat he does best negotiate.. rcq was not gonna go be at menchos orders..it makes sense escuela vieja stick together.. sinaloa fixing to make power moves vs their threats .. saludos B.B..

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  20. I like chivas passion today Nov 2

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    1. 10:25 yeep, she is La Mencha's best customer, and we thank La Mencha for that.

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  21. They’ve got Jesus Antonio Romo Lopez “Don Chucho/El Doctor” mixed up with his brother Jose Romo Lopez “La Hamburguesa”. Don Chucho has been head of finances for his faction for the longest time. He was referenced in the Escuela de M3 manta from a while back, which means he’s been a player for at least 15-20 years.

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  22. Puro Badiraguato y la Sierra de Mocorito Sinaloa. Se les dije

    "The Guy Who Knows Nothing"

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  23. The players in the game might change but there will always be mafiosos from sinaloa, tamaulipas and michoacan.

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  24. CHIVIS DO YOU THINK CARO TURN IN CHAPO? I THINK THE GOVERMENT WAS TIRED OF CHAPO. AND WANTED A NEW LEADER WITH RESPECT.

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    1. Chapo turned in CHapo. His Masters In The U.S gave the order. Caro is nothing important these days. The US chooses who succeeds and who doesn’t

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  25. Let the math and heroin junkies o.d.why are my tax paying dollar's paying for them to resuscitate? They are worthless scum. I don't care if is a mother, father, brother, sister, if they decided to that that ,then it's logical for them to die. There is no benefit to anybody but drug dealer's. The junkies rob,and commit atrocious crimes to get their fix. Let them die,period. ALL drugs legal and illegal have consequences. If you are dumb enough to partake, then you gotta pay to play.Also, this whole medical marijuana thing is joke. The cancer rate will spike because of the fungicide and herbicides people put in them. Even if you vape ,there are certain cancer causing chemicals. You can't fix stupid and ignorance.

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    1. Well aren't you smug. and ignorant. To give an IM dose of naloxone is wholesale 2 dollars for a full kit to have at home or wherever is 35 dollars which includes all form even nose spra

      It costs between $20-$40 dollars for a full naloxone kit, which includes everything a person would need to reverse an overdose. Money spent distributing naloxone provides tremendous value for every dollar spent. An overdose death by comparison costs taxpayers about $30,000

      I never did drugs. My brother made sure of that. My brother was a functioning heroin addict. He had a great profession, and was a jazz musician. I was classical but we would play together at times. He was not a person who took heroin for the high and you rarely see him nodding off etc. He was my best friend. He kicked cold turkey for the last time when he married, and had his baby 10 mos later. He was clean when he was murdered when his baby was 3 months old. I began writing his story many times. but it is just too painful and sad. It is a long story about a beautiful kid, talented, brilliant and dyslexic. and how the government talked our parents into sending him to a "beautiful, wonderful camp that will focus on his learning disability. CYA forest camp. the biggest mistake in my parents life. maybe someday i will be strong enough to tell the story....including the murder trial where the eye witnesses bailed and the killer set free. my mothers heart broken twice.

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    2. I hope I have time later to bring you to reality.

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    3. Intresting story Chivis sorry for your loss

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    4. Why did he start doing heroin? Newsweek article from June 2017 stated it cost 50 billion a year. Overall the average heroin user bears 51,000 cost to U.S society annually. The locked up one's 75,000 a year. You have the sheer unmitigated gall and no proof. Like I stated All drugs legal or illegal have consequences. I work really hard for my dollars and society as we know it is demoralizing. I'm sorry abou6your brother, but what does that have to do with my tax dollars?

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    5. Chivis . I think that was just a troll trying to get a response out of somebody . Wow learning more about who you are a little at a time . I been reading BB for several years . At first I liked you and then for a while I didn't like you . Now I have learned more and I am sure I like who you are . I have cleaned up in 1986 . went a year and drank some alcohol . Now I have been clean since april 1 1987 . I know many more like me in that regard . A friend down the road a couple miles celebrated 30 years this past weekend . Done a little stint in the texas prison after he first cleaned up . Was just chatting with a lady a couple counties over . Comes from a wealthy and respected family . She has been clean since 1988 . Good person with a heart . She just put a friend through treatment and that person is in her 30's , was using since 12 years old . I don't think I should call the troll out on my measurement of him/her because I might be very accurate and it would be depressing for him

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    6. Liked me...then no, then yes?...are you my husband? :)

      I don't think the comment was troll driven because of the detail, but doesn't matter, it poked into my heart..

      I had oral surgery today and still feeling"it" when I wrote that, but I am happy I did. Each of us has a story to tell. I hope to be able to tell my story one day in completion, because there is much to take away from it in a general.

      Question: How did you and the others clean up? Wow clean for 30 years. congratulations!!! What kick started your journey of sobriety? Back in the day there were no rehabs. I saw my bro go through withdrawal, and that was enough of a deterrent for me. I heard trump talk about never having a drink because of his alcoholic brother's warnings, and what he saw first hand. I believe him. That is my story. Add in helping my bro thru cold turkey. Thanks for writing in. stay strong.

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    7. @4:37

      You are using voodoo economics--why my bro began using? I am happy you are interested after calling him scum, ... my reply to you touched on why. Yet you completely were blind to what I said, which tells me you know next to nothing about the subject and concentrating on your "tax dollars". Which is not a bad thing just a simplistic, ineffective scope of drug addiction. It tells us nothing of how to win against the issue. What we are doing now and have done is a failure.

      I can't continue in an exchange with you because i can see you have blinders on. So I will not respond to further to your comments, but thank you for being respectful.

      But you are not interested in people, just dollars. I am interested in both. Paz, Chivis.

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    8. Chivis . The treatment centers started getting common by 1986 . By the early 90's they were on every street corner . Exaggerated but there were many . Real profitable with the insurance laws that were in place at the time . I will be honest with you , I hate being with a heroin addict "kicking . But most of the ones I was around at the time were privileged from wealthy families . Spoiled people on dope . Myself was just tired and disgusted with myself of who I was for so long . Not a story to go to deep on here . Still live in the same area . Have since seen lots of old friends come and from prison . Lots of them dead way to young .
      Had a little bit of a hard time seeing who you are . Kinda crazy but wondered how you were connected to the drug world . Once I read a article about you meeting a writer in mexico . There was something about him believing "less harmful drugs like cocaine should be legal . Blew me away . I have known of a few that went from cocaine poisoning . Hell theres less of a change of O D ing on meth . Anyway I probably commented on it. Probably wasn't your opinion anyways .

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    9. 4:37 addicts usually can't help hemselves, because they have become sick by then, but, did you know some government employees were shipping H from SE Asia all through the vietnam war?
      There are many famous Heroin dealers from that era, then by the 80s crack was invented for americans huddled masses who even got increases in food stamps, housing and welfare checks, an anomaly i observed that did not rhyme with the voodoo economics of reagan's or the vulture capitalism of the bushites, it sure rhymes with more money to spend on CRACK.
      DO NOT BLAME THE ADDICTS, ONE OF THEM COULD BE YOUR REAL DADDY, MOTHER, CHILD, by then it could be too late.

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    10. About the rehab boom. yep, another hoax. wasn't it? There are some good ones now. But honestly, some people really cannot get "cured" if that means off everything. SUBBING DRUGS FOR DRUGS HAS BEEN HISTORICAL FAILURES.

      Going way back:
      OPIUM, brought by the Chinese was touted as the “safe”cure for alcoholism

      THEN MORPHINE thought to be a non addictive answer for pain relief during the civil war, in the balance 10s of 1000s of soldiers became addicts.

      ENTER HEROIN. I think it was developed in Germany, not sure but what I am sure is that it was used as a non-addictive replacement for morphine. for decades! They even sold in OTC Heroin Kits.

      From then on one dangerous sub after the other, Methadone, Suboxone whatever, all are failures.

      You are correct, man I tell you being with my brother kicking was horrible. And finding him od was scariest thing ever. I was only 13 when I heard a thud, I found him and remember he said don't call an ambulance if he OD. But of course I did.

      Prohibition does not work. We already tried that.

      Alcohol causes 3 times the deaths as drugs. There are many good arguments in favor of legalization. government controlled, regulated, taxed. The opinion of physicians turned me around in thinking. I have often said, ask your doctor what he thinks. People would be surprised. Study the countries that have legalization. look at the dutch. I have wanted to write an article taking a good look. It was never the time, but I think we are there.

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    11. Chivis: Sorry about your brother and thanks for sharing the incident.
      About drug "rehab"... IMO, most of what I've seen is a waste of money and a further destruction of family members' hopes that their loved one would be cured.

      I recently met an old couple who drained their insurance on rehabs for a daughter. The daughter relapsed and is back on the streets. This old couple felt cheated by the drug rehab industry.

      When the American taxpayers keep getting shafted by slick drug rehab programs that sell misplaced hope to drug addicts and their families begin to see that they do little good in the grand scheme of things...

      Sure, there are successes that come out of drug rehabs... but many of these might have occurred anyway because the addict was already tired and motivated.

      DRUG REHABS are mostly designed for middle to upper class people with high school or more educations. The working and poorer classes get left out from benefitting from "talk" groups and abstinence in artificial environments.

      IMO, relapse is virtually guaranteed after rehab because the addict returns back to the places he was addicted in. How stupid is that?

      America, pouring monies into rehabs is NOT a fix for the problem ... it is virtually a scam by the industry to rip off families and taxpayers.

      Some of the best rehab programs I've known were run by ex-addicts and NOT degreed professionals! Go figure?
      I could go on, on the topic, but you get the idea....I hope.
      Mexico-Watcher

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    12. Chivs . The treatment centers recommended total abstinence . I was involved with a lot of them . They would prescribe something for withdrawal . Usually a benzodiazepine . I have seen catapres a little in heroin addicts (blood pressure medication) . Ive never believed in the methadone program but many do . To me its kinda like switching from cigarettes to chewing tobacco and thinking you quit .

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    13. 11/02 1:49PM - Wow what a heartless ignorant thing to say.. Nearly everyone in the U.S. knows someone they care about who's been effected by this epidemic. The likely hood of you saying that to someones face is slim to none as you'd probably get popped in the nose. I broke my neck, got addicted to opiates(prescribed by doctors)for valid reasons. After a year my prescriptions were cut off with no plan to detox me or anything like that. Which caused me to hit the streets. You dont take opiates for that long and not become addicted, it completely re-wires your brain. I have been clean since 10/08/15, but as was stated above, it is something that will always weigh on me.. I was a very high functioning addict, always held down a good career(probably pay more in taxes than you) and never begged, borrowed, or stole to support my habit. There is scum in all walks of life. For you to just blanket statement an entire group of people who, for the most part, have been taken advantage of a system setup against them. If you really want to complain about your taxes, you should be complaining about the war on drugs, the prison industrial complex, and the military industrial complex..

      Chivas, sorry about your brother!!

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  26. chivis i know this is a little off topic but i would like to know your thoughts on who gave up el chapo when he was caught?
    imo i sorta think el lic had something to do with it. but now seeing RCQ may be at the top again maybe he had a hand in el chapo's arrest. or maybe el chapo was just in the wrong place at the wrong time and the mexican gov actually put in the work to follow and track el chapo at that location to be able to arrest him. so yeah i would like to know what your thoughts are chivas on that whole situation. i know if anyone knows you would be one of them :) .thx and hope you reply

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  27. The US Government is the sole reason of this Opiod Crisis. It started with the Lobbiest in washington, pushing oxycontin through. Once they clamped down on prescription pain meds, the users, legitimate or not went to heroin . Doctor's here are so gun shy to write pain meds, they would rather leave someone to obtain them illegally.

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    1. Money in politics is a bad combination,
      Money should just be TAXED TO THE HILT, and by now it should just be confiscated at least 50% and taxed heavily until all debt is paid.

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    2. No, you can only blame individual human greed for that @3:07

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    3. Greed is the root cause, billionaire and millionaire drug dealers need to be stripped bare of their money, in their business they are the ones fabricating addicts, I don't see addicts offering billions of dollars for a line, a carrujo or a jeringazo, but the rich always have the government, armies, police, airplanes and pushers on the corners all over the country and judges ready to give them the benefit of the doubt.

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  28. RCQ and others decided Chapo to be pendiente so that's why he's now the boss. He paid the cost. I'm the boss in the US though. You can't connect the dots like the plogeh.

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  29. US is biggest supplierer for weapons to Mexiko and responsible for much of The killings south of The border ans in return Mexicans Are the biggest Heroin and drug supplierer to The gringos.that Sounds like karma.

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    1. Mexico is set to replace all their weapons with brand new just are red weapons, the old ones will hit the street soon, to make a lotta money off the second handers, but the merchants of war have so much old supply even since the vietnam war where they stole all the supplies from all the aorys when nobody was watching, some got stashed in Taiwan, with taiwanese getting to make themselves into billionaire american citizens, still trafficking weapons, drugs, coal, and the occasional chinese teenager...

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  30. Why does Southern TX and Arizona have the highest drug supply levels and yet have the lowest Heroin use levels??
    Seems the areas closest to the border like South TX and Arizona would have much higher drug use levels.
    That is strange.

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  31. RCQ is doing well in the hills above Santiago Pasasquiero Durango. He periodically comes down from the hills with a group of pelones to pillage trucks and supplies. Not sure who gave him permission there since the Herrera (Juarez cartel)Armando Corral runs that area. Interesting to see if it gets heated there soon like several years ago when CDS cleaned up the zetas (Juarez) and made life better.

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    1. Dam above Santiago has over 100 bodies ..people talking

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  33. Por favor, cocaine strawberry lavar or lavado. As I understand only the ballers have this because of the price, but since it’s washed (of impurities and that terrible gasoline smell) it’s worth every penny.
    Feedback appreciated as this site is loaded with ballers :-)

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    1. 5:05 nomás echale kool-aid güey, y haste bolas.
      También hay de piña para la niña.

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