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Mexican drug cartels have infiltrated Hong Kong

The brutal narcotics turf wars that consumed Mexico for the past decade have left more than 100,000 people dead or missing.

Bodies are frequently dismembered. Victims are often hanged from bridges. 1,396 more words


Filmmaker Asks: Did They Really Capture "El Chapo"?

CHICAGO (STMW) — It’s more than a year since Mexican authorities caught Chicago’s “Public Enemy No. 1.”

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, whose powerful Sinaloa cartel supplies the majority of the cocaine and heroin that fuels much of the Second City’s gun violence, was nabbed in the Mexican resort town of Mazatlan without a single shot being fired. 857 more words


Mexico captures 'La Tuta,' the nation's most wanted drug lord

Mexico has captured the country’s most wanted drug lord still at large, Servando “La Tuta” Gomez, police said Friday, in a boost for President Enrique Pena Nieto as he grapples with grisly gang violence. 419 more words


Mexico's most-wanted drug lord used to be an elementary school teacher

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico captured its most wanted drug lord on Friday, former primary school teacher Servando “La Tuta” Gomez, delivering a boost to a government battered by gang violence. 770 more words


This day in the yesteryear: St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1929)

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre (1929)

When Jack McGurn, a member of Al Capone’s gang, was almost killed by members of rival George “Bugs” Moran’s gang, Capone decided to retaliate by luring Bugs and some of his men to a warehouse and killing them. 51 more words

Claudia Ochoa Felix:: Mexican Sinaloa cartel

Claudia Ochoa Felix likes to wear designer clothes and post glamorous selfies on Twitter but according to local media she is very bit as deadly as her black widow namesake. 322 more words

Gangster Girls

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Gangster Girls Documentary features Claudia Ochoa Felix. The glamorous "alleged" leader of assassins within the Sinaloa cartel. Claudia1

Notorious drug "queenpin" walks free

Jalisco authorities have released another high-profile criminal on a legal technicality. Sandra Avila Beltran, better known as the “Queen of the Pacific,” has been set free after a judge ruled that she had already served time for the five-year sentence that was keeping her behind bars. 421 more words