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Zero Zero Zero by Roberto Saviano

Several years ago, I wrote a review on Roberto Saviano’s Gomorrah. It is one of the few books out there embeds itself in your head, like a Taylor Swift song, and you never quite recover from it. 715 more words

Book Review

A La Cárcel Con Todas Sus Chivas Al Jefe De Plaza De Zetas En Nuevo León

La procuraduría General de Justicia en Nuevo León anuncio ayer la captura de quien es el líder zeta, Luis  Ricardo Rodríguez Portales.

“Hoy les comunicamos de una importante captura, efectuada por elementos de Fuerza Civil, el pasado 17 de octubre en avenida Aztlán, en un establecimiento Bar La Mitotera, la persona se llama Luis Ricardo Rodríguez Portales, quien parecía jefe de la plaza norte de los Zetas”, señaló el funcionario estatal,” dijo Roberto Flores titular de la dependencia,  según un reporte publicado en… 47 more words


The Power of the Institution; Parts 1, 2 and 3

Part 1, The criminal institution; it’s growth, role and effectiveness in the current age

As any student, homemaker or businessman can attest to, being organized can make or break any task. 6,659 more words

North America

27 - Revolucionarios in Exile

Surprisingly, security along the Mexican-American border had actually diminished in the days following the Homeland Intelligence Agency’s Operation: Katastrophic Kloaked Kleansing. Thus the Radical Book Club, along with their cohorts, did not have to ditch their Volkswagen vans and cross the desert by foot. 2,659 more words

Raving Radicals Bathed In Blax

5 Most Dangerous Gangs In The World

All of us want to belong somewhere or to someone, a community where we feel we fit in, that is ultimately how we were created. But when that somewhere starts to murder children in the streets and shoot them down like dogs or if they start employing children to murder, deal drugs or become mules for drugs the relationship may not be so worth it, you may want to start looking out for another community if you still can. 389 more words


Colombia new Drug Lords and the Zetas

The Urabeños have come to dominate Colombia’s transnational drug trade, emerging as the only “criminal band,” or BACRIM (from the Spanish acronym for “bandas criminales”) to maintain  121 more words

Fragile States