Saturday, February 16, 2019

Bugg's 'Borderland Beat' Book Coming Soon!!!!



I could not be more proud, this book has been on Alex's agenda since I have known him, 2010 or so.

Read below-Chivis

"The Borderland Beat Project is collaboration from a group of people of different backgrounds located in the US and Mexico that gather information related to the Mexican drug cartels and presents it in English through the internet, publications and presentations. Almost all content in this book comes from the result of reporting in the Borderland Beat blog and, the personal experience and research of the author.

 This represents the most extensive and comprehensive source of information between the years 2008 and 2013 covering a very wide range of topics related to the Mexican cartels and the Mexican drug war in Mexico and along the US/Mexican border.

The Mexican Drug War is an ongoing armed conflict taking place among rival drug cartels, who fight each other for regional control (plazas), and Mexican government forces, which seek to combat drug trafficking. Although Mexican drug cartels, or Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTO’s), have existed for a few decades, they have become more powerful since the demise of Colombia's Cali and MedellĂ­n cartels in the 1990s.

The main cartels included are the powerful Sinaloa Cartel or Cartel de Sinaloa (CDS) that dominated the Golden Triangle in the states of Chihuahua, Sinaloa and Durango - The Beltran Leyva Organization (BLO) made up of the Beltran brothers mainly concentrating in Guerrero - The Juarez Cartel fighting to protect their turf from the Sinaloa Cartel on one of the deadliest border city in Mexico - The Gulf Cartel fighting their own break away armed wing known as Los Zetas on the gulf coast that turned towns in the state of Tamaulipas in to ghost towns - La Familia Michoacana (LFM) trying to make a presence in the lands of Tierra Caliente of Michoacan and eventually morphing in to the Caballeros Templarios or The Knights Templar.

The information on this book has a fast pace, with a lot of DTO information thrown at you at one time filled with sicario activity and the Mexican government attempt to intervene, but it also contains a lot of personal direct behind the scene information from the author. This particular information is the involvement of the author from his early stages when he started to formalize his plan to bring to life the Borderland Beat Project.


Follow Buggs as he sets the stage and takes you on a wild ride in to the dark shadows of the violence and chaos of the Mexican drug cartels. A narrative, as told in the deep dark pages of the Borderland Beat blog."

42 comments:

  1. Cant wait to read it!the last time i was fascinated by a good book was"underboss"by sammy the bull gravano!😊

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  2. I would remove Bugg's first name.

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    1. I think you are forgetting he lives in the USA. Buggs created the site. He didn’t go after cartel crews. The news articles were just translations from Mexico’s newspapers.

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    2. Pretty sure his first name will be in the book, last name, not so sure unless it’s his handle

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    3. It doesn't matter, the less identifying info the better.

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  3. Looking forward to this!

    -Throw Away

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  4. Nice cant wait. The story about Vicente is weird though because that story was told about Chapo in numerous books. I wouldnt have put that in the book at this point.

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  5. "In the deep dark pages of the BB blog..."

    Dope! Sounds like a movie teaser.

    Oops isn't Buggs in law enforcement. Haa.

    Well done. Buggs and Chivis, I think it's time to post a donation or pledge or subscriber fee. The writers have done great work at no pay, imagine them getting paid!!! #EncycolpediaTime...More reality in a continuous stream, archived. One more thing, I think this site has grown enough to go Global, just look at Canadiana and her input and many others from cities to countries. Although I worry that there will be lots of animosity from criminal organizations and national governments because of the information that can influence huge populaces. Pero, Imagine a Criminal Encycopedia that is open source like Wiki? But hey if NYT and others does it, so can you guys. I've been on this site since 2011. I will pay. Read it everyday non stop Addiction. Btw. Do you accept Bitcoin? Litecoin? Monero? M/O?Let's make this donation situation happen so they can become a 501(c) and to prevent possible $ Laundering accusations from international donations and governments alike... You guys have done Mexico, imaginate el Mundo.

    "The world, chico and everything in it" A.M

    Los Iluminati

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    1. I agree with the congrats, but if BB changes i'm outta here. Don't get too big headed good people. Once money comes in the picture, you're credibility will erode and you'll be like everyone else. You have a good thing, don't break it!

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    2. Interesting to see from a law enforcement perspective say about the drug trade industry & organizations.
      Where informantion and transparency is met with truths and not fabrications of law enforcement retoric.
      Moreover, the inner workings of governments association with such DTO's.






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    3. @11:07 thanks for the life lesson but I'm sure it will only get better with growth. How exactly will BB lose credibility by creating more resources? If anything a published book would only solidify the credibility of this blog and turn it into something even greater. Don't be so afraid or negative of change and potential expansion of awareness.

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  6. is it buggs and chivis who wrote the book?

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    1. It is Buggs book

      He was gracious to invite me to write a chapter about myself, but I missed the deadline sorry to say--I was tied up with the chapo trial. But look forward to the book

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    2. Well, hopefully you will write one also, from what I have pieced together, you have a story worth telling and sharing.

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  7. That’s awesome a book from BB

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  8. Will definitely buy the book. I've been coming to this website for years. Thanks for your contributions. Please let us know when it's available. Im real forgetful. Saludos

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  9. I am requesting a chapter about me.

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    1. There's no fake chapters bro sorry

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    2. I'm sorry to tell you but I think your 5 minutes of fame ended when your "boss" was convicted. I suppose there might be a sentence or two about internet trolls and narco fans commonly referred to as the "willis" croud.

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    3. No thanks a chapter of your lame,boring comments

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    4. Sicario066, your chapter is finished and it consist of a single page and a single paragraph:

      "Out of shape, out of work, junk food junkie, basement dwelling, dial up modem user, wannabe pistolero, with personal hygiene issues, and Clippers fan, Sicario 006 AKA "little Jacinto", boast an impressive arsenal with training tactics to boot; however, all is useless since it exist entirely in his mind. Apparently, nobody ever told him that an actual world exist beyond that stinky basement".

      Thank you and goodnight.

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    5. @3:16a.m! BAHAHAHAHA!funniest comment yet on here and is probably the truth about sicario 006!😅😅😁

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  10. Depending on the price you can rely on 3-5 copies on my behalf. And I hope you can ship to Europe for a resonable fee?!
    - J. Stewart

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  11. Keep me posted please. I hope it is deserving of a Pulitzer Prize.

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  12. Chapter 1. "El moronis " chapter 2. "Commandante perro" chapter 3. "The chapo snitched guy" lmao

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    1. Hahaha Chapter 4 Seicario 006 lmfao

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    2. Only bb die hards will understand this lol

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  13. Looking forward to reading

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  14. Can't wait to read this. Congratulations BB, this is awesome

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  15. I'll be sure to pick it up the moment it's available.

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  16. Where and when can we purchase this I'm looking forward to this

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  17. Chivis post up the comments đŸ€Š‍♂️

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  18. Sicario006 How long have you been a sicario?

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  19. Looking forward to buying a copy!

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  20. OK TM --- you made me laugh like cray, but I can't post your 006 comment.đŸ˜ș

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