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Article Alleges Dodgers Star Yasiel Puig Dealt With Smugglers, Drug Cartel In Escape From Cuba

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The security of Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig may be in question after an article emerged with a number of surprising claims regarding his escape from Cuba to the United States. 509 more words

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Drug Cartel Violence (WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES BELOW)

Fans of the TV crime drama Breaking Bad will recognize the violent images and deaths below. For those living under a rock, Breaking Bad centers on the story of a former high school chemistry teacher, Walter White, who changes his life drastically after discovering he has cancer. 335 more words

War On Drugs

Lime and Mexico, what now?

Lime prices are up. The culprit: cold weather, agricultural pests, and one of Mexico’s drug cartel.

While the first 2 reasons are self-explanatory where damages could be minimized by being proactive, the third one is actually one good “business move” by an… 193 more words

Issues

Flash Fiction – Part 4

All Dressed Up – and Everyone’s Gone


I stared at the picture, waiting for it to say something to me, so that I could say something… 91 more words

That's Life

RE: BAN OF PHARMACISTS WITH LESS THAN FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN NIGERIA FROM OWNING A PREMISES AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PHARMACY CARTEL

Over the weekend, there was a lot of agitation, controversies and speculation regarding the supposed BAN (<— Click link if you missed it) on Young Nigerian Pharmacists with less than 5 years post-qualification experience from superintending Retail Pharmacies and Pharmacists with less than 10 years experience from superintending wholesale Pharmaceutical outlets. 529 more words

Pharmacists

Flash Movie Review: Sabotage

The amount of years I have lived so far is not a true measure of how I feel or act. One’s age never meant anything to me except a reference point for when they were born. 441 more words

Drama

Drug Cartel Boss: Public enemy number one or local hero?

Published in UEA’s student newspaper Concrete (http://www.concrete-online.co.uk/drug-cartel-boss-hero-or-enemy)

Joaquin Guzman, aka “El Chapo”  (“Shorty”), was recently arrested in Mexico following thirteen years on the run after escaping from a high-security prison in a laundry basket. 440 more words

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