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    Drug Cartel Crime Film

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    A Cuban immigrant rises in rank within a brutal drug cartel organization, while alienating and endangering his family. STORY COMMENTS ON FIRST 30 PAGES REGRET presents as an epic dramatic, cartel crime film. Comparable films are THE GODFATHER and GOODFELLAS. The main character being of Cuban descent makes this script stand out as being more unique. The script is driven by solid themes about power, control, redemption, revenge, and regret. The first 30 pages establish the protagonist’s ordinary

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    The Mexican Drug Cartels

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    culture. Unfortunately, Mexico has not been talked about for any of those descriptions I mentioned above lately. Mexico has become a country full of death and violence. The Mexican government has been fighting a war with drug traffickers since December 2006. At the same time, drug cartels have fought each other for control of territory. More than 60,000 people have been killed (CNN). Despite the “war” launched at these multi-billion dollar organized crime groups, Mexico has not been able to stop its slide

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    The Mexican Drug Cartel

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    Mexican drug cartel is made up of many different cartels, but the main one is the Sinaloa cartel. The Sinaloa cartel is one of the most dangerous cartels in mexico, it is also the most optimistic cartel in mexico, they will go to high extents into their projects. The leader of the Sinaloa cartel is Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, he is believed to be one of the most powerful drug lords in the whole world. There aren’t many organizations trying to stop the cartels besides the DEA which stands for Drug Enforcement

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    Drug Cartels and Drug Trafficking

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    Drug trafficking is a very controversial topic because it is an illicit business that generates billions of dollars for the leaders of cartels. Due to those revenues since 2006 combatting drug trafficking for the government of Mexico has become a priority. Illicit drugs are illicit because they represent a threat to the health of consumers. And more often illicit drugs are presented to be part of millions of people’s daily life. To Mexico drug trafficking represents one of the 10 most important

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    Colombian cartels. But since the Colombian cartels in 1990s were dismantled Mexico then took over the wholesale of illicit drug market. The Drug cartel conflict started in December 2006 when Mexico’s former President Felipe Calderon took office. President Caldron declared war over all drug cartels, and dismissed many corrupted police officers that participated in organized crimes. Roughly around 3,200 officers were fired and in replace Calderon added 50,000 troops to help combat the cartels. By 2007

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    A drug cartel is a combination of drug manufacturing and drug transportation organizations under one person’s leadership. While there is numerous drug cartels around the world the Mexican cartels have arguably more power than most in regards to territory and membership. This power has allowed them to have main control in not only Mexico but in the United States as well making them a key player in the drug trade. In 2006, the Mexican government challenged multiple drug cartels such as the Sinaloa

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    Drugs have influenced daily life and society since the day of their discovery centuries ago. Their impact ranges from medical to industrial, to recreational to political, and to criminal. Drugs can not only influence the individual, but even cities or countries as whole. A prime example of the power of drugs is the establishment and occupation of the drug cartels in Mexico. Not only have the effects of these cartels infamously changed Mexico, but they have traveled to the United States (US), and

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    distribution of illegal drugs. Now it could either be a disturbing place or a peaceful place. For it to be a peaceful place it would require quite a bit of money to control the certain types of drugs that are being distributed. Thus, for that to happen it would require some money. According to the Office of National Drug Control Policy, The U.S. federal government had spent at least $15 billion dollars in 2010. However, the government increases the amount of spending on drug control to help reduce

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    Evolving Structure of Mexican Drug Cartels

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    payment for the protection of the woman's local business against the Juarez Cartel." (Lacey, M. 2010). Many critics are now making comparisons between the Mexican drug cartels, like the one mentioned above, and legitimate corporations like Netflix, or Google. There are currently seven major Mexican drug cartels. Although, the cartels may all come from different backgrounds and have different approaches towards trafficking drugs, they all share a similar business style structure to their organizations

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    could seem weather here goes from raining bodies to mildly beheaded, but reality goes deeper than the headlines. When talking about cartels and drug trafficking, you should observe the first rule of the Drug Club: you do not talk about it... at least not too much. So I'm going to stick to the publicly available information, to be clear. First of all, the term 'cartel' is wrongly used: neither Mexicans nor Colombians are colluded to fix prices, market or supply. If that happened, there would be no

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