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U.S. government & Mexican Cartel Partners in Drug Plot?

By Clarence Walker GangstesrInc.com March 4, 2014 The recent capture in Mexico of Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the world’s richest, most dangerous and powerful drug lord labeled by U.S. Government as Public Enemy Number 1. Guzman’s high-profile arrest has triggered a worldwide news media frenzy as government authorities here in the U.S. and abroad work together to take down the remaining Mexico’s Cartel leaders and their henchmen. ...Read full article...

Peru claims to have killed Military leaders of ‘Shining Path’ Guerrilla group

The Peruvian Army says it has given a sharp blow to Shining Path, the paramilitary group that since its foundation in 1980 has been responsible, the government says, for the death of at least 51,000 people. According to Peruvian president Ollanta Humala, a military operation conducted into the early hours of Monday resulted in the death of the two military leaders of the guerrilla group, which the government considers ...Read full article...

Is Costa Rica a drug warehouse for massive US drug trafficking?

According to an official press release from the Organization of Judicial Investigations (OIJ in Spanish), Costa Rica will no longer send cocaine or other controlled substances to the United States, at least for the time being. The announcement comes in the wake of news reports about nearly 24 tons of cocaine transported by the U.S. Air Force to Miami on Saturday, July 27th 2013. The OIJ further explained that ...Read full article...

CIA “Manages” Drug Trade, Mexican Official Says

By ALEX NEWMAN | THE NEW AMERICAN | JULY 29, 2012 The Central Intelligence Agency’s involvement in drug trafficking is back in the media spotlight after a spokesman for the violence-plagued Mexican state of Chihuahua became the latest high-profile individual to accuse the CIA, which has been linked to narcotics trafficking for decades, of ongoing efforts to “manage the drug trade.” The infamous American spy agency refused to comment. ...Read full article...

Former Mexican Officials Working Undercover for DEA

Breitbart December 19, 2011 At least 80 former Mexican government officials are currently working as informants for US intelligence agencies, the daily La Jornada reported, citing senior Mexican officials. Most of them are gathering information for the US Drug Enforcement Agency, the prestigious daily reported. Senior officials in the attorney general’s office and the interior ministry said that those informants work as spies, gather and analyze information, and follow cases on ...Read full article...

D.E.A Commandos Attack Cartels that Cut Into Its Profits

zv7qrnb Charlie Savage New York Times October 8, 2011 Late on a moonless night last March, a plane smuggling nearly half a ton of cocaine touched down at a remote airstrip in Honduras. A heavily armed ground crew was waiting for it — as were Honduran security forces. After a 20-minute firefight, a Honduran officer was wounded and two drug traffickers lay dead. Several news outlets briefly reported the ...Read full article...

Sinaloa Cartel Becomes King of Mexico Meth Production

With the decline of Mexico‘s Familia Michoacana drug gang, it appears that the Sinaloa Cartel has stepped up as the largest distributor of methamphetamine to the U.S., illustrating an inherent contradiction in any “war on drugs.” by  Geoffrey Ramsey In Sight Crime September 3, 2011 Over the past several months, the once-mighty Familia Michoacana has suffered several major blows to its organizational structure. In December, police shot and killed Familia ...Read full article...

Court Documents: Sinaloa “Cartel” Protected by U.S. Government

by Bill Conroy The Narcosphere September 3, 2011 Originally published July 31, 2011 Deal Allegedly Gave Sinaloa Bosses Immunity in Exchange for Providing Info on Rival Drug Organizations The son of a heavy hitter in a powerful Mexican drug trafficking organization has filed explosive legal pleadings in federal court in Chicago accusing the US government of cutting a deal with the the “Sinaloa Cartel” that gave its leadership “carte ...Read full article...

Killing for Amusement: Narco Cartels kick it up a notch

By Dane Schiller Houston Chronicle June 13, 2011 The elderly are killed. Young women are raped. And able-bodied men are given hammers, machetes and sticks and forced to fight to the death. In one of the most chilling revelations yet about the violence in Mexico, a drug cartel-connected trafficker claims fellow gangsters have kidnapped highway bus passengers and forced them into gladiator-like fights to groom fresh assassins. In an ...Read full article...

We Can’t Legalize Drugs Because ‘There Is Just Too Much Money in It’

stopthedrugwar.org by Scott Morgan February 02, 2011 In an interview on Monday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a very precise demonstration in how to dramatically misconstrue the fundamentals of drug prohibition. It’s one of those perfectly incoherent explanations that would be almost comedic if it weren’t for the tens of thousands who get murdered in the streets thanks to logic like this. QUESTION: In Mexico, there are those ...Read full article...

The Geopolitical Hegemony of the Anglo-Saxon Empire in Latin America

The Military Presence to Maintain Neo-colonialism, Instability and Poverty by Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda May 1, 2010 By obtaining its independence, the colonies were preparing for what will inevitably come: the road to development and modernization. Many countries, was suggested, would be developed quickly; politically and economically. But these nations soon realized the sad reality. The dream would not be realized. Underdevelopment in Latin America found strong ...Read full article...