Wednesday, November 13, 2019

DEA: Strong message the U.S. has for the cartels

Chivis Martinez Borderland Beat TY Gus FoxSanAntonio

SAN ANTONIO — Ovidio Guzman Lopez was on the DEA's Most Wanted List, like his father "El Chapo" Guzman and his brothers, but after a brief arrest Ovidio Guzman Lopez is free again in Mexico. Fox San Antonio reports in this week's On the Frontlines with the DEA, this doesn't change anything for the new Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration. I sat down with Uttam Dhillon, head of the DEA, in his first exclusive interview in San Antonio, since taking the job.
With the current power struggle in Mexico for the plazas, we asked Dhillon how this is affecting the amount and types of drugs that are coming in the country through Texas. These were the images just a few weeks ago when El Chapo's son was arrested in the state of Sinaloa. But that arrest didn't last long, citing the safety of the residents of Culiacan Mexico, where he was arrested, the Mexican government released Guzman even though he is not only wanted in Mexico, but is on the DEA's most wanted list for trafficking drugs.


"How confident are you, when you look at a number of people that you have on a wanted list, that where-ever they are found, they will be turned over to the United States. You have a number of people on that list and a lot of them are in Mexico, so how confident are you of the partnerships you have overseas?" Yami asked. "I’m confident in these partnerships. The Mexican government makes arrest on individuals who have arrest warrants out, outstanding for them in Mexico. Mexican government has to go through an extradition process, they have a judicial system too, but they go through that process and we do anticipate seeing and we have seen a number of individuals extradited from Mexico who are wanted in the United States," said Dhillon.

And while the fight for the plazas, which are the drug routes for smuggling drugs into the U.S. continues, the flow of deadly synthetic drugs like meth and fentanyl doesn't seem to slow down. Most of what is being smuggled in comes through the Texas border.

Uttam Dhillon replaced Robert Patterson as the Acting Administrator of the DEA. Dhillon, who was a top white house lawyer and worked at Homeland Security, has a long career involving the battle to stop traffickers and violent crime.

"How big of a problem do you think it’s going to be now that they’re producing fentanyl in Mexico, no longer just coming in from China?" Yami asked. "Look, the production of any of these drugs is a problem. Obviously the closer the production is to the United States, the more of a danger it is to the United States, so we’re very concerned about that," said Dhillon.

He said federal and local officials are continuing to work with their Mexican counterparts to better disrupt drug networks throughout the two nations.

"DEA is a global law-enforcement organization we’re in 69 countries throughout the world but our largest presence is in Mexico and we continue to work with our Mexican law enforcement counterparts to attack drug trafficking organizations in Mexico," said Dhillon.

The cartel’s victory, by getting El Chapo's son released almost immediately, was a stunning humiliation for the Mexican government, which has struggled to put an end to the growing violence across the country. But this according to the Acting Administrator of the DEA doesn't change the strong message the U.S. has for the cartels.
"You’re not safe. It doesn’t matter if you’re a drug trafficker, if you are a global drug trafficker. You are not safe regardless of where you are. DEA will find you and bring you to justice, DEA never gives up. It doesn’t matter who you are, you can be a high level drug king pin or a low level street distributor. We go after the organization and our goal is to take that organization down from top to bottom," said Dhillon.
Dhillon has been nominated by President Trump to be the permanent DEA administrator. In your neighborhood, on the streets, Fox San Antonio and the DEA will keep you informed and safe.
Dhillon has been nominated by President Trump to be the permanent DEA administrator. In your 

106 comments:

  1. Yeah, ovidios capture will solve everything - DEA's logic.

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    1. No Mijo, he is one of many on DEAs most wanted list, the more they get the better!

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    2. Better? They got Pablo, los Rodriguez orejuela, guero Palma, los Carrillo fuentes, los zetas, los Cárdenas, Arellanos, etc
      How did it get better. It will never get better
      Wanna finish all this get rid of the consumers

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    3. No more u grab the more that pop up mijo if the u.s wants to stop drugs it gots to start grabbing it by the butt u.s.a is the highest rate of drug use. Dea only going 4 king pins to pinch the pot of gold not cuz of the us addiction the drug market is a buisness. Y don't they really check the border n stop the entering. Chapos capture did not stop a thing it escalated things. U got cops n centers giving these base heads fresh needles to shoot up fuckm let them die they want the poison. They lock up people for fucking tickets but a fucking junky they indulge his habits lol way to go u.s land of the free n home of the junky. These guys making money by they're means of availability yes it does effect families but you choose to effect it by YOUR use not no one's but your own not some guy in the mountain. That's like why don't we ban guns n the nra from allowing it guns kill people. You urself choose ur fate not anyone else. The u.s has a big fault of y these countries r the way they are fix ur own problems b4 meddling in others where u think cartels get the high caliber weapons?

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    4. This is both countries problem but unfortunately one is putting way more resources into fighting it than the other. Guess who that is? Hint: the country with less corruption and the people live better.

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    5. "Better?"

      Yeah. Drug use would be far more common if the major drug traffickers were allowed to operate with impunity. Most drug trafficking organizations in Colombia today have far less influence than their predecessors. Think about how many people the Medellin Cartel killed compared to how low-key most organizations are these days. Even in Mexico most gang leaders are captured or killed before they can gain the power of the older generation, with El Mencho being an unfortunate exception.

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    6. @11:33, you really think they want to get rid of this? There is too much money to be made with the "War on Drugs". The Government on both sides know this is a War that will never be won and they are ok with that. The foot soldiers and so called kingpins are a dime a dozen. The real owners of it all are never mentioned and they run your governments. Wake up

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    7. 8:59 and the DEA is right: it will ensure that they are awarded another record budget of taxpayer money.

      DEA's worst nightmare is that the drug consumption slows down or legalisation since it would mean less budget and less salaries, less pensions and less perks!

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    8. Cause only the US does drugs...maybe it would be better to just let em run free. Do as they wish? They've been doing that for yrs in Mexico.

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    9. Want to finish . Make drugs legal

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    10. It's not that it "gets" better, it's just better.

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    11. 12:56 I feel safer in Colombia then i do in Mexico. Cartels are still there in Colombia they just dont flash

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    12. If america legalized all drugs free at point of use them in safe regulated premises under direction of health care professionals cartels over night would lose a lot of money thus it would cause them harm the most whilst at the same time in mexico should concentrate on social reform changes, new jobs better wages, better opportunities i,e world class education eventually the cartels would fall. Id allow the american army to come into mexico and really really crack down hard of the cartels

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  2. Tell you government to stop funding cartels to control governments it's just like terrorisim but a Mexican version of it just like in the middle east and I know some capos are CIA agents you ain't fooling me and I know im in CIA radar for telling the truth
    Pistolero Profesional
    Sinaloense

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    1. Time to put on our tin foil hats...

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    2. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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    3. Ok ill tell em since every american is cozy with our politicians and government official . Im telling my congressman as we speak . Thanks for your insightful direction . Great Work !

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    4. @10:51 am 😂💀

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    5. @10:51 You say put on a tin foil hat as if the u.s government never banned "conspiracy theory" because they have and its funny that many Americans agree with the u.s government but hasnt paid attention to what the u.s government has done since it was formed the u.s government was no different from the cartels back in the days once they figured out they can manipulate the population and make the rest of the u.s citizens believe what they want you to believe and create laws and use drug money to create their city's and then mafias took control and created casinos its all the same shit by the way Conintel pro was created for a reason and its to spy and eliminate AI Targets (people who post truth or shows proof of evidence of certain things they don't want the public to know ) there is a lot of shit people don't know about all countries governments and the shit they do to benefit them . the u.s government uses the D.E.A to create strategized events to occur later on or as they say ( Plausible Deniability ) fuck it every government will be outlawed and controlled by some crime organization lol that's why the D.E.A threat said ( we attack Organizations ) because only another crime organization can destroy another crime organization lol the u.s military are just sicarios for the u.s only difference is that they are told they fight for freedom when no one is literally actually taking their freedom they get told they fight terrorists who kill and invade and then the u.s kills and invades those terrorist but at the end of the day they are Killers just like them another human killing another human for a supposed good cause doesn't make it RIGHT ! OR LEGAL ! TO DO SO

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    6. You’re not on CIA RADAR....at all.....😁

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    7. Iran Afghanistan Russia uk. USA all major drug problems. If it was just marijuana noone would really care . Maybe a deal with Mexico could be made just for marijuana production by countries . There are massive amounts of people that smoke marijuana . And you can't die from it we in other countries are so tired of the cartels killing ,kidnapping etc regular people . This fentanyl and carafentynol has to go though . Too many people dying .

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  3. Cartels have been warned, DEA is everywhere, no wonder Mencho does not come out of the cave.

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  4. DEA does not work. Legalize drugs. Probition does not work.

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    1. Well sad 911 until you take the money out of it there will continue to be trafficking in illegal drugs. If you take the money out it will eventually stop...take cannabis for example since legalization seizures of cannabis on the Texas border are down approximately 70%. Legal grown cannabis in the US has taken over the market and will only continue to expand. Interdiction does not work since the DEA was created by Nixon drugs are cheaper, more plentiful, and there are more of them.

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    2. Yeah they legalized marijuana in Canada, still cheaper to buy from their old sources.. Nothing has changed

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    3. 5:48 quality is better in legal dispensarys. If you still buy from your local dealer in canada you are a fool.

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    4. 5:48 The dispensaries buy mid grade crap from licensed producers and call it primo. never spring for the putrids such as pink kush or death bubba. I should know. Still cheaper and BETTER to buy direct from LP’s. I’m smoking death bubba at $6g. If a dispensary sprung for these quads they would charge $16. FYI these ‘dispensaries’ are illegal. The only legal way to purchase weed from the gov is through Canada post. Have fun giving them all your info lol

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  5. Wow very deep and hard hitting journalism. These idiot meathead cops somehow just pretend that the “war on drugs” is actually accomplishing something. It’s literally mind-boggling to me how they sit there and pretend they have made or do make one single difference. Drug prices remain stable or low, supply is clearly not affected one bit, access has gotten much easier, demand has only gone up or remained stable.....but let’s keep spending trillions of our tax dollars to pretend we’re doing something worthwhile.

    I have absolutely zero respect for anyone like this idiot drug cop

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    1. While I disagree with the United State's drug enforcement policy I don't disrepect the man or the "idiot meathead cops". My wife and I got married when she was illegal from Mexico. It was a long process but now she has dual citizenship. I am a gringo. We split our time between the U.S. and and Mexico. A guy who I do disrespect is AMLO. At least with Dhillon he makes his intentions known and clear. Does anyone really believe Chapo's kid was released for the safety of the Mexican people? He was released for one of two reasons. Fear or money - possibly both. The level of fear and insecurity in parts of Mexico is mind boggling. I can't recall the last time in the U.S. that a cartel was driving around flying their "colors" and the police are advised to "not go out". Please don't blame the U.S. for everything wrong in Mexico. Mexico has significant culpability as well.

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  6. Next time the DEA will send for Chapos son,via US seals, since the forces of ALMO are enpt to deal with cartel issues. Viva DEA!

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    1. Simon cacheton! Quiero poquito paz para mi Mexico.

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    2. Blah blah blah. 15 years in Iraq and that country is still struggling. Never the less. The USA hasn’t been able to stop the flow of drugs up north or the flow of money and weapons down south.

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    3. It is about the cartels fool. Next cartel convoy rollin out
      Gets a missile and obliviated. Repeat.Satellites can read a license plate. Those dummies advertise! Mx government has no huevos.

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    4. Get real yall.. they DON'T WANT the drug war to stop! If they did, they could wipe the cartels out. Not saying it would be quick and easy but it could be done. Look at how H2 was handled.. And don't get it twisted, Mexico has some very capable Armed Forces, their Marine SOF units are some serious hard charging mf'ers! Unfortunately, everyone has to eat.. hence the term "mordida", combined with a lack of training & integrity/professionalism in a lot of Mexican law enforcement community, and here we are... Also, please don't try to say its all USA's fault. Part of reason for CJNG's expansion is their focus on the Euro market. But even if you took all consumers away, you think all those cartel members are suddenly gonna say "oh, well, guess I gotta go apply at McDonald's now!" LOL!! Simply put, its a complicated a$$ situation all the way around.

      @11:43am, don't confuse a failure on the part of the politicians/failure of strategic objective with failure of tactics and units on the ground. Not only that, but that region has been at each others' throats for millenia.. it would take GENERATIONS to make even a little bit of change in Southwest Asia!

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  7. And the WAR IN MEXICO HAS BEGUN... 🇲🇽 will be the next Afghanistan
    First the U.S load them up with high MILITARY weapons and then calls them terrorists lol
    I GUARANTEE the Mormons were killed by The same guns the U.S government sent to Mexico TO ARM ALL THE CARTELS...

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    1. Oh brother the blame game again lol.

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    2. Right on topic karma is a biatchhh

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    3. How are FACTS a blame game? Lol

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    4. There is no war in Mexico, just lawless cartels running rampant. Thanks to the cartels, there are job openings in the DEA, keep the flow of drugs coming in.

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    5. And your point is what?

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    6. 4:40 not to bright

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    7. 3:11 I believe what you meant to say, while criticizing someone else’s intelligence was ‘not too bright’. Good for a laugh

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  8. These guys have the audacity to seem righteous smh theses are the main and real cartel of the world the DEA (Drug Exporters Association) their the reason why all theses cartel around the world are complete mess and un organized because they come destabilize regions and complete country’s for their own beneficial purposes.

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  9. "We go after the organization and our goal is to take that organization down from top to bottom..." Good luck with that!

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    1. 1027 we had luck with Chapo lol.

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  10. With or without el chapos, the drug distributions will continue esp when someone demands it. Everyone is replaceable.

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    1. The DEA knows that.. He isn't saying the DEA is going to stop the flow of drugs. He is simply letting drug dealers know to watch their back because no matter where they are the DEA is going to try and get them. He is basically letting them (especially Ovidio) know they will never stop pursuing them even if they don't get them the first time.

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    2. @11:37 so what is the point? Even American pharmaceutical company dealing opiods to its citizen. Why cant DEA goes after that first.

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    3. @ 1:26 they do go after opioid dealers as well. Where you been?

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    4. @6:16 I know they did but a little too late when you have deaths is thousands and more still addicted. Give me a break.

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  11. Why don’t we start with all the corruption and crooked gov agencies here in America then maybe we can stop the flow of stuff in and out of this evil country lol

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    1. How about bank President who laundry $$$$$'. Never go to jail

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  12. " the DEA is a global law enforcement organization " actually genius it's an American law enforcement organization. The arrogance of these people is never ending!

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    1. He means that they operate globally.

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    2. And the stupidity of people like 11:19 is "never ending."

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    3. It's not so much arrogance on their part as it is ignorance on yours....

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    4. Details genius...please.

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  13. That's the short answer. I agree 100% and its been my opinion for 50 years. In the late 70's there was an international petition signed by people of global influence like conservative George Schultz, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, Henry Kissenger, The Pope and hundreds of other world geniouses to stop the war on drugs. I think instead to treat drug users and addiction as an illness. They were intelligent right thinking people who had vision of what would come from international prohibition of drug trade. What
    happened to that movement?

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  14. Stop. Moving. Fent. Any cartel leader, take heed. That is what will sink entire organizations. There is 0 tolerance for it. And it is just plain filth. No honour in those who move it. Keep it old school and fly under the radar. I assume that anyone whose name I’ve heard with exception of mayo and el azul are fucked, and will eventually be killed or captured. Oh yeah, RCQ as well. He is probably necessary for a reorganization and ending heatscore conflicts.

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    1. This.

      Mr. DEA can't acknowledge that fent is chemical warfare being conducted by the Chinese Communists.

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  15. I just have one question. I don't mean any insults. In this day and age, with ISIS musliM terrorists, alleged may I add, post nine eleven era, how do drugs make it across the border? That's mind boggling. It seriously boggles the mind. Find the answer to that question first. Then folks could start blaming messico.
    El Smarto. Salud compadres please be safe

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    1. The border's 2'000 miles long. The reason border security is such a big issue is because it's impossible to police all of it, so lawmakers debate what the best way to manage it is. Plus, corruption even in places where it is policed.

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    2. 1143 El smarto you new here, welcome, the magic word is smuggled, thru the entry ports and many other ways.

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    3. Millions of shipping containers arriving at ports each day... millions of pedestrians and motor vehicles. A tiny fraction are searched. semi submersible submarines, go-fast boats.... shall I go on.

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    4. @11:43
      With Global commerce, and tens of thousands of containers via ship, along with air freight, truck transport and rail cars, entering the US legally to every day, it’s impossible to inspect every ship, container, semi, rail car and air freight.

      Then you have Criminals using mules on land, submarines, aircraft, boats, tunnels, and complicit government officials and Police in foreign countries and some in the US engaging in that activity.

      Diplomats who have immunity from prosecution may also be involved in bringing drugs into the US.

      Queso

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    5. Where there is will there is a way. I would also add that the US is not the only drug-consuming society. Just embrace the new renaissance of the Aztec culture and stop blaming the US for everything...it's not the center of the universe remember.

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    6. 1143 we can’t keep it out of our freaking prisons surrounded by three 20 feet tall fences topped with razor wire and you expect to keep it from coming across the border. As myself and the others above had indicated where there is a black market and money to be made somebody somewhere is going to make sure it gets there

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    7. Exactly like the prison anology... Beacue it's usually someone withing the prison that snuggles the drugs in. They bust small loads here and there from the not so big smugglers but the huge loads get in with permision. There is corruption everywhere, not a blatant in the US but it exists.

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  16. CJNG taking out the snitching cartel out of Zacatecas

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  17. Yippee ! DEA is hiring, prior US military experience is a plus.

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  18. At the end of the day these guys are just dea trophies. You catch 1 kingpin, 10 others are willing to kill to take his place. Nothing changes, narcotics will continue to flow into the USA as long as the demand is there.

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  19. Lmao. DEA thinks they're still cowboys...

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  20. First go after the Mexican politicians in each state after that they can slowly take down cartels.

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  21. The Chapito is done. US federal law enforcement are as patient as ambushing vipers. These latter are cold-blooded reptiles who do not require daily feeding. They hunker down beside a trail, sometimes for weeks, waiting for a prey to enter the kill zone. When the time is right they pounce.

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  22. It's the Mexican government that will have to do something - or lay down and give up being any kind of authority.

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  23. Once again, the g falls on its sword. While Patterson was no ball of fire. Picking a lawyer, Dhillon, to run DEA is taking 40 steps backwards. Dhillon has no, as in ZERO actual, hands on law enforcement experience. He has zero law enforcement experience, zero border knowledge, and as a lawyer, he has no spine, no honor, no right/wrong switch, no moral compass, and his lawyer loyaltis are 180 ou from whats best for DEA, andbthe U.S. if Dhillon had one ounce of dignity, honor, or professionalism, He would pick a professional administrator from within th DEA ranks, and go quietly back into the world of night water.

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  24. If the US ever legalized drugs, they would in fact win this never ending war. Drug cartels would lose billions. No more money to corrupt. No more violence because no more competing for the drug business. When was the last time you heard of one bootlegging (illegal alcohol) gang killing a rival bootlegging gang?! It doesn’t exist because there is no more prohibition of alcohol. If drugs were legalized in the majority of developed countries, I think it would decimate drug cartels. But having said that, if drugs were legalized in the US, does this mean the DEA would no longer exist? Makes you think, does the DEA really want to win the drug war. ��

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    1. "No more violence because no more competing for the drug business."

      Completely untrue. A lot of the violence in Mexico these days is connected to gangs competing for domestic rackets like extortion and kidnapping.

      "When was the last time you heard of one bootlegging (illegal alcohol) gang killing a rival bootlegging gang?!"

      People who make this argument seem oblivious to the fact that repealing prohibition didn't wipe out the Mafia. They just put more focus on other rackets, and continued to make millions of dollars over the next few decades.

      "It doesn’t exist because there is no more prohibition of alcohol."

      No, there was still illegal bootlegging after prohibition. It just wasn't a huge racket.

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    2. Drug proceeds are only a fraction of cartel earnings. They would not disappear if the war on drugs stopped whatever that even means.

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  25. Querian atrapar a un hombre
    Quizas cruzado de manos;
    Y asi gritar triunfo
    El gobierno Americano;
    Y Ivan les contesto
    aguanta con la pistola en la mano;

    Que tal los consumers Americanos y todos los capos de las grandes ciudades de Estados Unidos.

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  26. Let addicts and recreational users pay the price (OD.) The user of any illegal substance asumes all responsibilities and repercussions for their consumption of illicit drugs. Once they start and continue to OD the consumer base will start to shrink and eventually so will the revenue. Just a thought.

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    1. Addiction is a disease listed in the DSM IV. Trust me. It’s not fun. I battled opioid addiction for 20years. I work, am clean,and it took a helluva lot of work to get that way. Why don’t you pick up a book before peddling archaic views on substance abuse and condemning addicts to death. I pray for you and your family that you never have to experience the horrible scourge. One which you are clearly not educated on.

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    2. 351 The drug dealers are not happy, that you are no longer hooked, 20 years you supported the drug scene. They are offering a special 2 rocks for $10.00

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    3. any dealer offers me a ‘special’ will be shitting out their teeth the next day.

      In Canada there is a thing called cannabis,it is the best in the world. Some of us benefit greatly from its positive effects for PTSD. It’s legal now but that was a trade we made millions with (went just as fast as it came), and didn’t ever have to raise a firearm or engage in violence at all. Perfect example of a business where violence is prevalent, but we do things different up here. LOW KEY. Cannabis was our loophole to make money in a righteous fashion while still operating outside the law, until legalization. Selling yay or H can very likely get you killed up here, but in Toronto, a city of 4 million, we have less than 100 murders a year. Go figure.

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  27. Mexicans and their love of these capos and their hatred of the US ?
    No doubt wont get posted,is it racist to tell the truth,BB seems to be getting more and more Mexican trolls amd their hatred

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  28. Look at comments here?
    Many will be in the US,doesn't bode well,we all have a choice,you dont like the US,leave.
    Go back to your beloved motherland,no,didn't think so?

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  29. How dare America try and capture killers.
    The same killers who command small armies who murder 1000s of Mexicans.Stay out of Mexico,dont help,dont offer,its their internal problem (what problems) you wont get thanks only recriminations.Mexico is sovereign let them deal with it

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  30. Why does USA put all the blame on Mexico when the USA has the most consumers in the world. USA should start doing something about the consumers fix their problem first.

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    1. Plenty of consumers in Mexico and worldwide to keep this thing going. And if it wasn't drugs, the cartels would find something else illegal to kill for.

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    2. Addressing demand should be a priority, but there's only so much the government can do to get people to stop taking drugs. The awful effects of illegal drug use are well known; a lot of people don't care and continue to use them anyway.

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    3. Every country has millions of addicts...if you think its only the USA you are not very bright.

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    4. 11:34 It's not about being very bright or not but it seems that the USA are the only ones blaming Mexico and the USA are the only ones wanting to spend our tax money going into other countries in stead of investing our tax money on solutions for our drug addicts.

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    5. 11:34 It's not about being very bright or not but it seems that the USA are the only ones blaming Mexico and the USA are the only ones wanting to spend our tax money going into other countries in stead of investing our tax money on solutions for our drug addicts.

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  31. right, just like they got el mayo or el azul, or even rcq, la perra, el muletas😂 the list never ends

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    1. That's a pretty slanted argument. The majority of major Mexican traffickers are dead or in jail. Today's breed of drug lords are usually killed or captured before they gain the power of their predecessors.

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  32. Mexico is a failed and MBC d corrupt state - the proof is in the pudding (see Mexico). U.S. should just take it over and get it over with.

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  33. it's the perfect war
    fueled by supply & demand
    and a careless wish to strike it rich
    neither consumers nor suppliers wanna bes will ever be in short demand, everyday the population grows along with demand, the bets way out would be a boicot on the consumer end and that will be hard to come by on short notice, another route would be a trruer more interactive education from parents and teachers at school to kids, far fetched? the alternative is uglier .

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  34. I knew a CI, the DEA agent was perfectly OK with him still shipping cocaine to other states as long as he kept setting other people up, as a matter of fact he gave him tips on how to avoid packages get busted. Other people were going to prison for the same thing the CI was doing. Such hypocrisy with the DEA.

    However if all drugs became legal, who would supply the other drugs? Like cocaine? Not like it can be grown like marijuana everywhere

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  35. As long as Cartels send drugs to USA, the DEA will always be there. Viva the DEA!

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  36. Sorry even el chapo himself couldnt hide from CIA DEA forever. Chapo will now die in prison

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  37. The war on drugs is obviously a disaster and a fake farce. And a to liberal drug policy with heavy drugs like heroin etc does not work either,we have history from ex China when they had open opium dens,and around 30% of the male population & 5% of the females became addicted and spent their days in those dens.

    If we end the fake war on drugs today and had opium dens today we’d probably see more than 30% getting hooked because we’re know far more about the drugs today and they ate more accepted. Having such a large part of the population doing nothing & only taking drugs all day obviously doesnt work.

    I believe the answer lies somwhere in between,maybe a solution like the methasone programs but for all drugs..The bigger problem is that The war on drugs employs hundreds of thousands of people in many countries..they wont give up their jobs freely,especially not the ones in law enforcement.

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  38. Weird how once the drugs enter the US, there are no mass killings, no mass graves, no women and children butchered, no groups of armed men riding around in convoys of pickups. And the US is the land of guns and money. It all becomes low key. This is a Mexican problem, not a US consumer problem. Never saw a mafia convoy in nyc. Never saw 'la Cosa Nostra' on any vehicle doors in the US.

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