Sunday, February 18, 2018

Full Episode: "The Trade" A documentary look inside America's heroin crisis

Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat from Showtime

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The Trade Showtime’s Docu-Series. A documentary look inside America's heroin crisis. In Mexico, Don Miguel struggles to control the local poppy fields. In Ohio, Det. Edwards closes in on a heroin dealer. In Atlanta, Skyler moves home to get clean.

The Trade spotlights the opioid crisis through the eyes of the growers, addicts, cartel bosses and law enforcement hopelessly caught in its web. It’s directed and executive produced by Matthew Heineman (Cartel Land).

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24 comments:

  1. not available for mexico

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    1. You can get it if you use a VPN and use an American server. Hotspotshield is a freeby. All VPN providers have servers in countries all over the world. I use Ubuntu operating system, but I'm pretty sure it works for Windows O/S. Non-Chinese people have to do this in China to get around their censorship control of the Internet.For example, Friday night, I watched a new Japanese movie not available in the U.S., but when I went to a German server, it was available.

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  2. nor canada, check "the pirate bay" web site, its on there.

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    1. Nor any country outside the US. Just try VPN or proxy and connect to a US server that works.

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  3. So Don Miguel pretty much put a target on his back. I wonder what Cartel he works for? Sinaloa or Jalisco?

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    1. He's just a farmer growing poppies. They dont have much choice but to grow poppies and sell the raw opium to a narco or cartel for peanuts .

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    2. Don Miguel is a regional boss for Guerrero Unidos , half of G.U splintered between working under Beltran leyva, and half are working solely for Guerrero

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    3. This guy's probably the head of the growers not a actual trafficker. He collects the payment from traffickers and pays the growers.

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    4. Thought he was plaza boss for part of Los Ardillos actually

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  4. Been recording series since it began.
    Interesting and educational.

    E42

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  5. I would like to know also who he is and who he works for, to be so brazen on tv and protraying himself as papa Noel...

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  6. One day Hitler will be reincarnated in America and will gas Mexican narcos.
    And america will cheer.

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    1. 3:32 youre a great human being.

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  7. The power of indoctrination and the voice of the antichrist:

    3:50 "Hey kids, this is part of what GOD gave us." MX cartel member
    22:40 "I am a man of GOD." MX drug Lord
    42:50 "Hey community, WE (the MX cooks) are the victims; we have had to pay extortion money, blah, blah "They try to harm the town."

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  8. The root cause for drug addiction is the exact same that makes America successful. Capitalism. We as American we focus on chasing money at all cost with our careers that we don't pay attention to our kids. Is the lost of all values ,giving equal right to things that we know are wrong. But the longest we continue in this past is just insanity..we continue to do things over and over the same way.

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  9. sorry folks... Blogger is still having issues with comments :( we may try something tomorrow.

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  10. I didn't even know about this, thanks for the heads up. BB should let readers know more about shows like this, knowledge is power.

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  11. Heartbreaking. Matthew Heineman is brilliant.

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  12. Wow cant believe they didnt even blur faces

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  13. Been watching from the start of the show. Very informative. In California

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  14. Oh my God, the blogger is being high jacked by Cartels who want nothing reported about them.

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  15. ×2 10:02am - any clue what group is Don Miguel with ? Guerreros Unidos maybe? Tequileros? Viagras.. LFM..CJNG..? There's so many groups in Gro. it's hard to keep track of it all...

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  16. Works on Kodi specto fork. I am guessing don miguel is not from the rojo's. Would be interesting if someone could shed some light on don miguel. Sounded like he was from a more established group.

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