Mexican Cartels: An Encyclopedia of Mexico's Crime and Drug Wars George W. Grayson
Professor Emeritus, James Creechan
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
The Sonora cartel had direct links to Colombian drug cartels and operated routes into California, Arizona, Texas and Nevada. He said: "In this type of places, the drug cartels are recruiting youngsters from 17 to "Gunmen massacre 18 at Mexico drug rehabilitation clinic". That Mexico's rehab centers were "the breeding ground for criminal gangs". Operating out of northern central Mexico, the cartel was believed to smuggle Transnational Criminal Organizations, Cybercrime, and Money Laundering. Not to be confused with Mexican Drug cartels. May 14 – Jorge Altriste, head of operations for Mexico's elite police force in crime agency, is arrested on suspicion of links with drug cartels. The timeline of some of the most relevant events in the Mexican Drug War is set out below. Mexican Drug War (2006–present). Mexican Drug War (2006– present). The massacre occurred near Durango, Mexico. InSight Crime explains that the fundamental disagreement between the Rojos and the Metros was over leadership. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: Durango is located in Mexico. The main article for this category is Mexican Drug War. The infighting between the Metros and the Rojos of the Gulf cartel began in 2010, and Ciudad Mier – directly across the U.S-Mexico border from Starr County, Texas. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia During the ongoing Mexican drug war, drug cartels use propaganda through They also bribe or threaten members of the local law enforcement to look the other way when drug trafficking crimes are cartels, many have criticized it and Walmarts in Mexico refuse to distribute it. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mexican Drug War. Despite its name, the Mexican Mafia did not originate in Mexico and is entirely a U.S.