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    Human trafficking is not just a part of our history; it is continuously growing around the world today because of traffickers who are using it as an easy way to make a profit. Victims of human trafficking feel as if they have no way to escape because they have limited ways to survive or make a good enough living to support themselves along with their families outside of the sex industry. Women, children and even men are taken from time to time before they get the opportunity to receive little if

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    Wall on the American-Mexican Border

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    building a wall on the American-Mexican border can help America for growth in the American population. Contrary other officials some believe building a wall on the American-Mexican border can limit or even stop drug smuggling in America. Officials say that the Mexican army found a drug smuggling tunnel under construction near a water purification plant (Canadian Press 1). Drug smugglers that are using tunnels are in Mexican drug cartels. The drug cartels can be dangerous at times which can cause ev...

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    Money Laundering and Mexican Drug Cartels

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    The Mexican drug cartels have been smuggling drugs across the boarder of Mexico to the United States of America for decades. The Mexican drug cartels are a drug smuggling criminal organization. In other words they run a narcotic drug business. * In my research, I will be discussing about the money being laundered by the Mexican drug cartels from the U.S. to Mexico. The cartels need to launder their money in order to be able to take their drug money back to their country of Mexico. The Mexican drug

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    between organized crime and the state were only strengthened during the 1990s following the violent dismantling of Yugoslavia and the collapse of the Eastern Bloc. This was because “after international sanctions were imposed, great fortunes were made smuggling weapons, oil, and other commodities needed by the warring

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    Drug Cartels have been around for decades. Whenever they come around, all they bring is death and destruction. After the original six years of the drug cartels destroying themselves, only two large ones remain. The rest have either been killed, caught or split up into small gangs. The reward for drug trafficking is to make money. However, the drugs they make and distribute are not worth as much as they sell for. Apparently, the more trouble the cartel has to deal with, the more the drugs cost. Drugs

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    1. Purpose. (U) The purpose of this paper is to provide the Commander detailed facts on The Gulf Cartel background, history, capabilities, critical nodes and how to target the Gulf Cartel. ?????? 2. Background. (U) The Gulf Cartel is a criminal organization that is heavily into drug trafficking. The Gulf Cartel is perhaps the oldest organized crime group in Mexico. The Gulf Cartel resides out of Matamoros, Tamaulipas which is directly across the border from Brownsville, Texas. The Gulf Cartel’s

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    Many people say that marijuana should not be legalized in the United States, however, another percentage of the society says that marijuana should be legalized. Those who agree and disagree need to inform themselves about the pros and cons of marijuana. It is very important to see different point of views from each side because there are several consequences and benefits that the use of marijuana can cause. Legalizing marijuana can be dangerous because many people are not informed of the diseases

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    Emilio mataba La policía sólo halló una pistola tirada/Del dinero y de Camelia, nunca más se supo nada” paved way for the subgenre narcocorrido. The interpretation of the lyrics read that Camelia and Emilio successfully complete their mission of smuggling drugs to America, where Camelia shoots Emilio after he threatens to leave her for another woman. She takes the money from the drug deal and is never to be heard from again (Genius). Camelia and Emilio become fictional heroes to its listeners as

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    For more than forty years our country has had a problem with our southern border neighbor - Mexico. The issue with the increasing number of consumers of drugs along with the violence associated with the smuggling of narcotics can be traced back to 1954, during Eisenhower’s presidency (Suddath). When Eisenhower was president he realized that the rates of people using drugs was increasing, which is why he started a five member cabinet to stop the “narcotic addiction” (Suddath). Still this issue seemed

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    In coming to grips, the law needs to do more to tighten the borders in Texas to prevent illegal immigration from crossing over trafficking drugs. The White House stated that President Bush would have a debate on illegal immigration. White House officials said Mr. Bush had always understood the need to protect the border as a former governor of a border state, Texas Ruttenberg, J. (2006, May 13). Mr. Bush was considering a bill to increase law enforcements and military personnel patrolling the border

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