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Cartel By Stephen E. Huben Jr.
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A Romanian Gang attempts to form Europe's largest drug cartel. They are thwarted by the efforts of an African American detective named Ollie Winters who brings them to their end.
THE COLOMBIAN DRUG CARTEL : SECRET OPERATIONS By H.E. TURNER
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OPERATIONS NOT USUALLY KNOWN BY THE PUBLIC OR AUTHORITIES ARE REVEALED IN DETAIL.
Caribbean Cartels By Sheldon Brown
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A compelling tale of power, greed, betrayal and lust surrounding Caribbean drug gangs which ship cocaine and marijuana from Colombia and Jamaica, through the Cayman Islands, en route to the United... More > States. The drug leaders have no qualms about using extreme violence to solidify their dominance on the streets of their local war zones. The Colombians, led by Senor Gacha and his second-in-command, aptly named "The Blade", control Miami as their base of operations as they distribute their contraband to the rest of the states. In Jamaica, operations are run by the infamous Shower Posse, led by Isaac Spence (a.k.a. "Iceman"), a ruthless and elusive drug lord, and his right-hand man Lester Bogart. In Grand Cayman, the leader of the cartel is Rudolf Parsons, a wealthy, highly respected businessman. In this edge-of-your seat thriller, the author pulls back the curtain on a violent underworld that is remaking the political and social landscapes not just of local neighborhoods - but of entire countries.< Less
The Fuengirola Teens * Teens against the drug cartel By Frank R. Stahl
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The Fuengirola Teens * Teens against the drug cartel By Frank R. Stahl
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The Reality of a Mexican Mega Cartel By Sam Logan
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21 pages and four appendices - Mexican organized crime is known for its ability to smuggle anything into the United States. The factions that battle over control of the busiest border crossings into... More > the US are extremely adept at smuggling drugs, chemicals, humans, or just about anything across the border to the north. They smuggle weapons and bulk money back south. From the Tijuana-San Diego crossing to the Matamoros-Brownsville crossing, the Mexico-U.S. border is more porous now than ever before. It is inevitable that one gang will rise to the top. When this happens, the US-Mexico border, already a soft-under belly will be controlled by one Mega-Cartel with the potential to earn over 50 billion dollars a year. It is a reality that is not far off in Mexico’s future and very well could emerge during the term of Mexico’s next president, Felipe Calderon the hand-picked successor of out-going president Vicente Fox.< Less
La Familia Drug Cartel: Implications for U.S.-Mexican Security By George W. Grayson
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This monograph examines the profound changes sweeping Michoacán in recent years that have facilitated the rise and power of drug traffickers; the origins and evolution of La Familia, its... More > leadership and organization, its ideology and recruitment practices, its impressive resources, its brutal conflict with Los Zetas, its skill in establishing dual sovereignty in various municipalities, if not the entire state; and its long-term goals and their significance for the United States. The conclusion addresses steps that could be taken to curb this extraordinarily wealthy and dangerous criminal organization.< Less
The Evolution Of Los Zetas In Mexico And Central America: Sadism As An Instrument Of Cartel Warfare By George W. Grayson, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
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Los Zetas, which appeared on the scene in the late-1990s, have raised the bar for cruelty among Mexican Mafiosi. Traditionally, the country’s narcotics cartels maximized earnings by working... More > hand-in-glove with police, military officers, intelligence agencies, union leaders, and office holders affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which dominated the political landscape from 1929 to 2000. An informal set of rules benefited both the drug capos and their allies in government posts. On the one hand, officials raked in generous payments from the malefactors for turning a blind eye to—or employing the Federal Judicial Police and other agencies to facilitate—the growing, storage, processing, and export of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamines. In return for this treatment, the kingpins were expected to keep their substances away from children, leave civilians (and especially Americans) alone, and limit their arsenals to weapons less powerful than those possessed by the armed forces.< Less
Body Sharing: The Drug War, the CIA, and Haitian Voodoo By Kent Ravenscroft
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Body Sharing: The drug war, the CIA, and Haitian Voodoo, is about the intoxicating mix of Caribbean drug traffickers, CIA operatives, Louisiana locals, psychiatrists and plastic surgeons, embroiled... More > in a federal drug prosecution. As the hero, a world-class plastic surgeon in a CIA witness protection program, reconstructs the face of a beautiful Haitian witness, his own career and personal identity are nearly destroyed. Putting his surgical team and family in mortal danger from the Haitian-Jamaican drug cartel, he is sabotaged by inner demons from his aristocratic New Orleans childhood, early sexual trauma, and voodoo possession out in a Louisiana bayoux. Close to death, he makes a surprising discovery about a Creole patriarch and voodoo priest, and they rise together like the tide of the Mississippi Delta to overcome powerful forces of evil.< Less
Body Sharing: The Drug War, the CIA, and Haitian Voodoo By Kent Ravenscroft
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Body Sharing: The drug war, the CIA, and Haitian Voodoo, is about the intoxicating mix of Caribbean drug traffickers, CIA operatives, Louisiana locals, psychiatrists and plastic surgeons, embroiled... More > in a federal drug prosecution. As the hero, a world-class plastic surgeon in a CIA witness protection program, reconstructs the face of a beautiful Haitian witness, his own career and personal identity are nearly destroyed. Putting his surgical team and family in mortal danger from the Haitian-Jamaican drug cartel, he is sabotaged by inner demons from his aristocratic New Orleans childhood, early sexual trauma, and voodoo possession out in a Louisiana bayoux. Close to death, he makes a surprising discovery about a Creole patriarch and voodoo priest, and they rise together like the tide of the Mississippi Delta to overcome powerful forces of evil.< Less