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Is Doing What's Right Worth the Cost?

Undercover cop Michael Hunt found himself wanted by the government, the police and the drug cartel. A fugitive presumed dead by the people who loved him most, his partner eliminated, he was left battered and alone in his fight to stay alive and battle the forces of unspeakable evil. 524 more words

Holley Gerth

Tales from Magdalena: Emigration to the United States and the Threat of Drug Cartels

There is a small, quaint town in the Central-Western Mexican state of Jalisco, located 40 miles from the state capital, Guadalajara, that goes by the name of Magdalena. 1,080 more words


Feds Indict Purported Top Leaders of Sinaloa Drug Cartel

SAN DIEGO (AP) – Federal indictments unsealed in San Diego charge top leaders of Mexico’s Sinaloa cartel with smuggling huge amounts of methamphetamine, cocaine and other drugs to the United States. 99 more words


Former Mexican Mayor Faces Charges In Case Of Missing Students

The first real movement in the case of the 43 missing students from Iguala, Mexico has taken place today, as an arrest warrant for former Iguala mayor… 165 more words


Mexican Cartels Withdrawing from US Cannabis Market?

New data are suggesting that Mexican drug cartels, for decades among the top distributors of cannabis in the United States, may be exiting that once-profitable trade in lieu of smuggling more dangerous — and profitable — drugs like heroin and methamphetamine. 100 more words


Drug War (2012)

A drug cartel boss who is arrested in a raid is coerced into betraying his former accomplices as part of an undercover operation.

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