Saturday, November 3, 2018

DEA: Sinaloa Cartel Still Holds Power

Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Universal


                        DEA: SINALOA CARTEL Maintains International Expansion Footprint

Despite the capture of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, the criminal group continues to export "wholesale" quantities of methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, heroin and fentanyl through crossing points located along the Mexican-California border. , Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas

Despite internal conflicts stemming from the capture and extradition to the United States of Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán , the Sinaloa cartel "maintains an international expansionary footprint" in comparison with other groups, says the Drug Control Administration (DEA)  in its annual report on drug trafficking which was published this Friday.

According to the agency, the aforementioned criminal organization continues to export "wholesale" amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine, heroin and fentanyl through crossing points located along the Mexican border with California, Arizona, New Mexico. , and West Texas. These drugs are distributed in cities such as Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Denver.

CJNG:
In second place, the DEA locates the Jalisco Nueva Generación Cartel, led by Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, "El Mencho", which it lists as the most recent and one of the most powerful in Mexico and the United States.

For US authorities, the rapid expansion of the CJNG is due to violent clashes with its rivals and state and federal security forces. "El Mencho" is indicated to have presence in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Atlanta, and in 22 of the 32 states of Mexico.

JUAREZ CARTEL:
Behind the CJNG , the DEA places the Juarez Cartel, led at the time by Amado Carrillo, who "recently expanded the trafficking and distribution of cocaine and methamphetamine" to Denver, Chicago, and Oklahoma City, across Mexico's border with El Salvador. Paso, Texas.

GULF CARTEL:
On historical Gulf Cartel, the US dependence said it maintains its operation in Tamaulipas and like the Juarez cartel, recently entered the trafficking of heroin and methamphetamine.

"They smuggles most of his drug shipments to South Texas through the border region between the Rio Grande, Valle and South Padre Island. The Gulf Cartel maintains a presence in Atlanta, and has key distribution centers in Houston and Detroit, "he said.

LOS ZETAS:
On the other hand, the DEA sees Los Zetas as a cartel "significantly decreased in recent years.

Its members, he explained in the report, "traffic cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and marijuana through key distribution centers in Laredo, Dallas and New Orleans, and have a known presence in Atlanta."

LOS BELTRAN LEYVA:
The report indicated that the Los Beltrán Leyva cartel traffics marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine, and maintains distribution centers in Phoenix, Los Angeles,
Chicago, and Atlanta.

30 comments:

  1. Juarez Cartel seems to be getting back on it's feet

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    1. They never fell they have cd juarez they have money and power

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    2. If you control a border city everything that moves in that city is under your control. Wether it be illegal or legal it can be taxed, CDG in matamoros and CDN in Nuevo Laredo are able to survive like this.

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    3. Denver is owned by La __________%100

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    4. @8:27 you are telling me that AFO in Tijuana still press taxes?

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    5. 9:34 now that you mentioned it funny how I met Linieros here in Denver

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    6. Your dumb asf if you think Denver is owned by La Linea

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  2. So

    1-cds
    2-cjng
    3 the rest


    Tweekers aint gonna like this, i can see them throwing their pon pons on the floor and making a tantrum. Brace your self chivis

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    1. As long as CDS ass in Chihuahua is being handed to them by Juarez who cares about ranks???

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    2. 11:21...lol...

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  3. CDS still number one even with El Senor behind bars. Haha CJNG nuthuggers are not gonna like this article.

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  4. Not nut hugging (could really give a shit about first or last place for these fuckers) BUT... Any report by the DEA always seems to have it out for cds. Because they are convinced raph Caro is at the head of the cartel and they want that guy bad. Who knows though it's hard to really say who's prospering in the drug game. These guys don't exactly do taxes or declare their income.

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    1. I agree. For all we know, they all work together and the leaders live in the same condominium in uraguay and play poker together every night.

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    2. Rather, why the (US) aren't on the list for permitting this through shady association.

      All smoke and mirrors my friend.

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  5. El mayo controla before el chapo, after el chapo and has always , facts

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    1. Yup,Mayo has been at the forefront for years.not a cds fan boy but you stating facts.all cartels are parasites.

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  6. https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost.com/2018/11/03/el-chapos-sons-are-now-running-his-drug-empire/amp/

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  7. CJNG getting even more powerful, tbunk about it CDJ and CDG switched to meth and heroine. Meth comes mainly through lazzaro Cardenas, cuinis run on crystal .

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  8. Chapos people still running Mexico I see.

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  9. Wholesale of cocaine my ass. That’s on a decline thanks to Ice.

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  10. I’m surprised a cartel hasn’t taken over legal pharmacies in Mexico and smuggled RX pain pills to the US. All of the routes are already established and RX pills might be the biggest market of them all. I know they make fake ones with Fent but I’m talking about the legit Oxycodone pills. They have the resources and that’s an untapped market for them.

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    1. It will start now the new opioid laws are in effect making harder for Doctors to prescribe to actual pain patients! But these fake 30’s are really about to start killing people...

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  11. Chivis you should rank the cartel nut hangers

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  12. El M will be giving el flaco the throne just like chapo told Ivan to take over business

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    1. Yup, plus Vince Z gets out soon. Along with his brother fatty who was never extradited. Not to mention his little brother Sera who was recently released from a U.S federal prison. The Zambada clan seems to be looking strong.

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    2. el chapo never told ivan to take over he told guano and damaso

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  13. DEA always say different things, next week they will make bbn onother article saying cjng is number one and still expanding bla bla bla..

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    1. They have to make themselves look good and themselves effectively.

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