Tuesday, November 26, 2019

DEA: Mexican cartels are unrivaled in the U.S.

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The commercial power of Mexican drug traffickers extends from Arizona to New England and distributes from marijuana and cocaine, to heroin and methamphetamine, according to the demand of the US market.    A study by the Agency for Drug Control (DEA) revealed that there is no single competitor in the US that has the organization and infrastructure of Mexican cartels to traffic, distribute and sell marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, fentanyl and heroin, according to the demand of American consumers.

“ Mexican criminal organizations maintain the greatest influence on drug trafficking to the US, they have grown and expanded ; they control corridors across the southern border and there is no organization that rivals their level of influence, ”notes the US assessment published by the newspaper El Sol de México.
The document highlights that, according to the DEA, Mexican criminal organizations control the illegal trade in methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin in Chicago. They are the main suppliers of glass (methamphetamine) in Washington; dominate the heroin and methamphetamine market in New England; and the largest source of heroin supply in the entire state of Georgia. It also specifies details of some of the main Mexican criminal gangs, the illegal drugs they supply and the territories dominated by each of them.

On the Sinaloa Cartel , for example, the DEA details that this criminal gang exports and distributes methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine and heroin, in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Denver and Chicago. Their shipments cross through California, Arizona, New Mexico and West Texas.
While the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) sells heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana in Los Angeles, New York and Atlanta. Smuggling is carried out by Tijuana, Juárez and Nuevo Laredo.
The Gulf Cartel focuses mainly on the trafficking of marijuana and cocaine, but the DEA detected that this criminal group has already begun to enter the trafficking of heroin and methamphetamines. Illegal traffic to the US is through southern Texas, through the border region between the Rio Grande Valley and Isla del Padre.

The Beltrán Leyva mainly traffic marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine to the market in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago and Atlanta.
The Juarez Cartel illegally sells marijuana and cocaine.
Rafael Caro Quintero, Ismael “El Mayo” Zambada, Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes “El Mencho” y Jesús Alfredo Guzmán Salazar, hijo de “El Chapo”, son los cuatro narcotraficantes más buscados por la DEA (Fotos: Drug Enforcement Administration)
Los Zetas smuggles most of its drugs across the border between Acuna/Del Rio and Falcon Lake, in the state of Texas. Mexican drug cartels that traffic in the United States have a different behavior. Instead of contesting territories with violence and account adjustments with rival gangs, in the US they maintain a low profile and do not generate violence to avoid alerts and confront the authority.
The DEA emphasizes that the commercial monopoly illegally carried out by Mexican criminal gangs arose as a result of the disappearance of Colombian cartels, such as Medellín, Cali and Norte del Valle. This event was the starting point for Mexican cartels to become exporters of all types of drugs, to the United States market.
Since 2006, the US Drug Control Agency has been closely following the activities of the six main criminal organizations in Mexico : the Sinaloa Cartel, Jalisco Nueva Generación, the Juárez Cartel, the Gulf Cartel, Los Zetas and Los Beltrán, as well as its ramifications. 

29 comments:

  1. BB Follower is a guest contributor who graciously offer to send in a few posts to help us reach out goal of breaking the all time record of posts. 👏

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  3. You forgot about the viagras and nueva familia michoacana, there deep in sending mainly meth to Atlanta Georgia and chicago

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    1. There's presence of Viagras/ LNFM here in the central valley 209 California.

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  4. Great work, Happy Thanksgiving, I will take a bottle of Brandy, don't drink and drive.
    Luna Apagtha

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  5. Thank you for all your hard work!! It's very much appreciated!!

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  6. Looks like chapo is still the image of CARTELS in Mexico..
    I wonder how they will catch MENCHO who is NOW the most powerful capo in Mexico.. W8ll he shoot it out again? Or get caught like a chump like el chumpo?..

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    1. El Senor Mencho did time in the pinta like a regular prisoner while Chapo did time as a Narco so he had all the luxuries. That's why Chapo is soft and went out like a punk. El Senor Mencho seems more like a smart but wild animal. Smart because he lays low but wild because he's fighting everybody. El Senor Mayo is the smartest narco because he's still alive and the heat is off him compared to CJNG.

      And then we have ALMO who is clueless that these narcos are destroying Mexico. Swallow your pride and accept the USA help to wipe out these terrorists like Colombia took out the Medellin Cartel.

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    2. 9:31 AM What you are really asking without even knowing is this, Instead of the peasants trafficking drugs lets allow both governments to fully control drug trafficking. The US in Colombia replaced Escobar and the others with their own people.

      The US pretends it is worried about the drugs and crime when in reality it is just another racket they have that earns them money. So far they have everything under control.

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    3. @9:31 AM- Is that you Sicario 006 switching sides again? I told you were phony pal I put that on my mama and my dead homies.

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  7. In the end nothing changes. Consumption in America today and the incarceration rate says it all. Mexico just capitalized on a market that is in high demand globally.
    The billions of dollars poured into the War on Drugs shows the need to legitimize for tax revenues.
    Controversial as it may seem to many,its the only solution.

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    1. That don't work. No one wants to pay taxes. Why do you think legal cannabis grows in California are taking a dump. You will always have drug cartels even if you legalize all drugs. NO ONE WANTS TO PAY A TAX!!!!!!

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    2. First, hard core drugs like meth will never be legalized...just isn't going to happen.
      Second, ever hear of a black market?
      Third, ever hear of human smuggling and sex trafficking?
      Lastly, the cartels will never throw their hands in the air and say " oh well..now that it's legal let's join hands and sing Kumbaya.
      Its annoying after a while with people saying "just legalize" as if it would be a magic wand.

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  8. If not the Mexicans someone else would be the narco illustration given. There are many others who do hold a reputation for drug manufacturing and trafficking (Asians, Europeans ect).

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  9. We will have cartels as long as we have American drug addicts

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    1. No product, no drug addicts! Same drug cartels create the drug problem! They sell you, you get hooked on them drugs!

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    2. If we had no American drug addicts(American includes Hispanics too) then cartels will turn to something else. These people won’t change their lives they are criminals and will die criminals. Unless they’re exterminated aka death sentence for everybody, cartels won’t end

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    3. No addicts no product, addicts create the market - it's the demand.

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  10. This is a great website I have been following for years. First time commenting. Thanks for all the great info.

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  11. Is the DEA NDTA going to be released this year?

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    1. Typically it is released in November --- it should be released anyday now

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  12. It's though a bit misleading though to say 'Mexican cartels are unrivaled' when the feet on the ground distributing are generally American ethnic gangs representative of the areas where they operate.

    If there were a rival to the cartels, it would just be a natural fragmentation of the network.

    This bloods alliance, where the black urban gangs are recruiting from other ethnic groups, demonstrating that they're under LCN protection, and distributing Mexican cartel drugs. You can call this like "latin Bloods" or a Surenos-Bloods alliance under traditional mafia groups, but it's not like a Mexican cartel running the whole show. Not by a long shot.

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  13. Oh and send it to those middle easterners and take over their half ass planting structure. Don't forget the land of Israel, the so called Indians of India, the Pakistanis, and those sub par islands New Zealand and Australia. All of Malaysia. All those places pack it in tight and put it to where the plane or the mule is nearly touching the ground on travel.

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  14. Con su permiso y como dice la cancion:
    Estado de Sinaloa
    como has hagarado mala fama;
    Son tus hombres de valor
    que trabajan el la mafia;
    Trafican polvo maldito
    y tambien la yerba mala;

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  15. Chivis, even though el chapito is keeping a low profile. In your opinion if he was to go to war with the chapitos, who do you think would be victorious? -El Santanero

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  16. “Instead of contesting territories with violence and account adjustments with rival gangs, in the US they maintain a low profile and do not generate violence to avoid alerts and confront the authority.”

    Well, of course. They would get trashed in America, otherwise. They can’t roam around killing defenceless girls just for fun and bully the population like they do in Mexico.

    They would get torn to shreds if they tried to do 1% of what they do in Mexico.

    El Cabrón de Tamaulipas

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