Monday, November 4, 2019

US Congress is worried about the terrorist techniques of narcos



In addition to what happened in Sinaloa, the CJNG RPG attack that shot down the Army helicopter in 2015 stand out.

The US Congress considers it worrying that Mexican drug cartels may be "adopting terrorist or insurgent techniques" among their practices. The above is apparent from an intelligence report of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) of which MILENIO has a copy.

"The occasional use of car bombs, grenades and rocket launchers - like the one used to shoot down a Mexican Army helicopter in 2015 - continues to raise concerns that some drug dealers may be adopting insurgent or terrorist techniques," the report reads " Mexico: organized crime and drug trafficking organizations ”.


In the document, dated August of this year, it is mentioned that one of the main challenges to overcome in matters of security for the administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, which he describes as a "populist leader of the right", is the absence of strategy .

Later he explains that in the last 12 years the cartels have increased their number, going from four to nine preponderant groups after facing a fragmentation process, derived from government operations to eliminate their leadership.

These operations brought about organizational changes, which increased the instability between the groups and the violence. It is explained that a credible threat of violence helps them to maintain internal discipline, as well as to have an "appearance of order with suppliers, creditors and buyers."

For their part, bribery and corruption help them neutralize the government's action against them, guarantee impunity and facilitate their operation without obstacles, he explains.
The CRS reports that older cartels, such as Sinaloa, the Juárez cartel (CDJ), the Gulf cartel (CDG) or the Arellano Felix cartel, which tended to be hierarchical, often linked by family ties and led by capos difficult to capture, they have begun to be replaced by new schemes.

The most recently formed cartels such as Los Zetas, the Beltrán Leyva cartel, the Familia Michoacana and the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación are usually more flat and agile organizations that tend to be networked. It is also more common to outsource certain aspects of the business.

Some analysts suggest a new strategy in which the "intermediate layers" of organizations are now captured in order to reduce their "regeneration" capacity.

Gertz promises clear inquiry

• Prosecutor Alejandro Gertz warned that the investigation of what happened in Culiacán will not be like that of Ayotzinapa, because there will be no impunity.

However, he crushed López Obrador because although the operation had its endorsement, the task of the Executive is to defend the interests of the nation and governability, so the "involvement of the President is absolutely unacceptable."

Iván Archivaldo, also arrested

• The New York Times reported that Iván Archivaldo Guzmán, another son of Chapo Guzmán, was also held by authorities last Thursday in Culiacán, but his henchmen achieved his release.

In addition, says the American newspaper, Iván Archivaldo operated immediately to achieve the release of his brother Ovidio Guzmán López.

Sol Prendido Borderland Beat  SOURCE

50 comments:

  1. US Congress welcome to Mexico, glad your waking up to cartel crime. Chivis and Sol are great consultants.

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    1. BB is only the messenger of what the traditional media seldom covers, and what American intelligence agencies already know.

      Queso

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    2. BB is biased when it comes to comments and doesn’t believe in freedom of speech because the moderators are immature snowflakes just like the rest of the media outlets reporters.

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    3. So what does that make you Queso?

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    4. Violence and the narco state, actually reinforces a security scheme that ensures narco and economic elite “protectionism at the cost of common folks. Mexico’s last insurgency actually went to work in US factories making low wages but doing honest labor these days. Perhaps they’ll return and battle the status quo in Mexico? Not a chance.

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    5. @4:13
      I’m a simple hardworking “Paisa” telling it like it is.

      Queso

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  2. This incident in Culiacan may have been the nail in the coffin that is confidence in Mexico's government and military to control the drug trafficking within its own country. Now that congress is beginning to recognize the DTO's for what they are. Terrorists. I think in the coming years you will see more American operations in mexico, and they 20 spec ops would slaughter 200 cartel putas on anyones turf

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    1. Yup.. once they're classified as Terrorist orgs they're screwed. These cartels are out of control.

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    2. STFU with that tough guy special opps shit knocking anyone off. Talibans and shit where killing American special opps soldiers left and right and they were just as poorly trained as cartel members. Sure cartels are adopting some keyword terrorists tacticts but it is for business only.
      There are international laws that Americas military must respect Mexican sovereignty unless specifically asked by the government for military aid.
      So if Americans do not want drugs in their country stop asking for them also.

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    3. "Now that congress is beginning to recognize the DTO's for what they are"...and doing the same mistakes again. When will they learn? This modus operani never worked in the past, why now.
      Just increase pressure on mexico to extradite more guys like Torres-Lopez. AND GET THIS f....bastard Humberto Moreira to ADX. Only through impunity politicians have the opportunity to sell mx to the highest bidder.
      Put some politicians behind bars for life, put mx politicians and their families on the OFAC list, freize their bank accounts, seizure their houses, put them on the interpol red list. Let them provide proof that the money is clean, like the italians do.
      This is more effective then 10.000 SOF on rampage in mx.
      And of course USA blame AMLO, he is a leftist and gringos never liked them.

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    4. @9:02 and 9:53 u are both wrong Sinaloa Sicarios are not a real threat other cartels are better trained and ISIS and the Taliban are nuns compared to Mexican cartels. If the Arabs went to war with the Mexican gangsters the Arabs would get smashed those are straight facts. The CIA and DEA gringos are scared of what the cartels and Mexican American gangs can do to them and their families. The US military has a high number of Latinos/Hispanics of Mexican descent who have gone to work for both the criminal element and law enforcement. Do you really think most Mexicans are naive enough to think the white man cares about them even if they are law enforcement. For most Mexican or those of Mexican descent family comes first!

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    5. The reason Americans are in Afghanistan is to control the popy fields, it's really a war for drugs and the Afghan know it.. Most heroin comes from Afghanistan yet the media blames 🇲🇽, Mexico probably only produce MAYBE 10% (give or take) of that drug
      I believe there will be a war like that soon with Mexico if Mexico doesn't give Americans acces to cartel land and their bosses.. It could easily turn into Afghanistan now THAT THE U.S SUPPLIED THE CARTELS WITH GUNS.. That's the first step (now they could consider them a danger and call them terrorists) the U.S has been working on this plan for many years.. Shoot they even helped the Sinaloas start the golden triangle SMH

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    6. Where was the Taliban killing special ops left and right? Where's the link ? If not you stfu

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    7. The "if americans don't want drugs in their country stop asking for them" logic is the most braindead point any Mexican has ever made. Saying that makes me completely write you off as a serious person and shows you're as dumb as the Mexican government.

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    8. Those damned Taliban on heroin were a beast.

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    9. 9:53 wrong a lot of those talibans and rebels were trained by the US before they switched sides.

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    10. 9:53 Thats the military. What if U.S send in the C.I.A? They operate under Title 50 which makes it legal for their paramilitary to enter a sovereign nation and conduct black operations. If they're caught? The U.S government have plausible deniability, they 'dont know' who they are. No way to identify them or linking back to the U.S. If U.S conduct Title 50 operations anywhere in the world, it's safe to say it wont take much for C.I.A to head down south and start removing their targets one by one. The C.I.A will eventually get you, all they need is a reason to do it.

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  3. we are so focused on world issues that terrorist have already infiltrated this great nation. the fastest way to control the cartels are to legalization of drugs in Mexico and the united states of America. This will also reduce the amount of deaths on both sides of the borders.

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    1. A partial thinker...they dry up in one field...then they resort to kidnapping, extortion, human trafficking. Welcome to Mexico.

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    2. At 9:26 the ONLY way to reduce the harm of drugs (total societal impact) is legalisation BUT this will ONLY be successful if the profit is taken out of the drug business.

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  4. I don't see America engaging cartels in Mexico. Much different scenario than in Colombia and the hydra effect makes in an ineffective strategy

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    1. Colombia wanted us. Mexico not so too much money made from drugs. Politically no U S

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    2. Let them be. Who wants those Cartels

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    3. ... and as you can see it had no impact at all. Today we got cheaper, stronger and more drugs than ever!

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    4. It wont be an engagement, more like an underground directive to neutralize the threat that these cartels hold. The mexican government is too corrupted or has no legitimate way to control this criminals and need assistance.

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  5. la gente de ivan tiene gente altos mandos gobierno comprados

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  6. For all those that are always talking about seal team 6 and marines, spec ops going to deal with these bad guys.. guess what? It's becoming true. I look forward to the change this will cause in Mexico, since Mexico couldn't do it the US will have to, imagine how bad ass it would be if these sicarios scare the shit out of navy seals and marines to LOL

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    1. GTFOH money talks bullshit walks ....I willing to bet the more well off the cartel the more money they spend on training especially contracting ex military or just private sector militia that are trained as well as navy neals and marines

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    2. Sicarios are not going to scare no American soldiers the hell wrong with you

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    3. And now its time to wake up. The US will not allow such operations due to AMLOS policies. PERIOD.
      This is an internal issue for Mexico. Just like the weapons going south for the US.
      I believe the US will close the borders in the near future if Mexico continues to collaborate with these cartels. Rather, cuddle them as long as payment is rendered.

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    4. For all the people asking US intervention and that actually think that would work, take a look at the middle east how that US intervention worked? US intervention would just make it worst.

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  7. El Señor Ivan was never arrested! Andaba en un Jeep Rubicon Sahara blindado with 3 Gente Nueva Special Forces Tier 1 operators. They were armed with RPG , HK MP5 ,and M16 with grenades launchers . There was also a drone following where ever he went which was sending the live video feed to my 6G encrypted tactical Smartphone. We have 5 Can Am Maverick X3 for riding in la sierra to our secret base.

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    1. Estas perro amigaso.
      Cuando sea grande quiero ser como tu hahaha this guy

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    2. OK ....what ever u say cook

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    3. That’s cool!

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    4. No seas mamon! Como sabemos si no andaba escondido cono culito en una cuava con un perro pastor Aleman que le espantaba las moscas porke era lo unico que volaba por esos rumbos? Y luego le llaman a su dirigente de publicidad osea tu y dicrn esto para que digan que son bien machotes aya en Sinaloa?
      Si haci el Chapo hasta se surro en su ultima captura.

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    5. @006 there isn't gn no where near culiacan smh that was all los ninis and vagiancia putting in work

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    6. Is your 6G encrypted tactical Smartphone one of the leopard-skin print ones like Emma has?

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    7. Stop to mamar verga de la gente nueva they only works in chihuaha and sonora pendejo ivan fue el primer detenido en la fiscalia de culiacan por que tiene problemas con el fiscal y ahi lo agarraron de ahi fueron por el ovidio y ya habia desmadre por eso soltaron primero al ivan y mas tarde al ovidio si no sabes callate pinche pendejo porque tu nomas andas mamandosela a la gente nueva y ya casi los saca don rafa de sonora nomas por sus huevos fucking wanna be

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    8. I saw a chapo documentary. When he is taking on Benjamin. Ben is going to whack El Chapo. On route to Chapo the police stop Ben. How did they know a rival was coming? Just an honest question double oh sux.
      El Smarto

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  8. no one likes rats not even corrupt governments it’s bad for business

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  9. There no hope. The cartel own Mexico and Almo

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  10. Getting labeled as a terrorist org is a good way for u.s.a to possibly take more action in Mexico...like boots on the ground action...

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  11. I really think Mexican cartels can go toe to toe with any elite military including the US elite teams. Mexican cartels assassins are highly trained and willing to die lile Muslim terrorist. If both sides fight without air support or drones, I'll put my money on Mexican assassins. Im just saying.

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  12. Seal teams inbound to carry out operations with the DEA.

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  13. U.S. Congress. Instead on focusing on "techniques of 'narcos'", the Congress should be focused on drug addiction across the U.S. It's all supply and demand. Demand has been and continues to be at an all time high. Less drug use = less money for "narcos" = less techniques that "narcos" will fund to protect their business associates.

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  14. Idk about all that, aren't terrorist more extremist they do it cause of religion and cause they believe there doing for god or believes? cartels usually only do shit like that to retaliate or to escape capture. There both horrible but honestly if Mexico wants things to calm down is they have to get the cartels come to peace become a federation like back then cause if not shit will keep going how it is, and say it gets out of control allot of people will die I dont want the US to go mexico, I believe it wont be easy for them, especially cause the US has supplied them with so many guns already

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  15. This is an early warning to the cartels. The USA is about to get into their hair big time. Finally. And Mexico you are welcome in advance....

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  16. Mexican Army is trained and ready to fix the Mexican problem, but the Mexican politicals will not let happen.

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  17. They shouldn't have taught cartels how to do it in the School of the America's.

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