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GANG WAR El Chapo’s £13bn drug empire will be wiped out through a ‘hyper

EL CHAPO’S £13bn drug empire will soon be wiped out through a ‘hyper-violent Mexican cartel in a bloody civil war, professionals declare. La Gente Nueva – The New People – are getting ready to rule the streets of North West Mexico after kingpin Joaquin Guzman, 62, turned into jailed for lifestyles in advance this month. El Chapo will die in prison for trafficking tonnes of heroin, cocaine, and marijuana while leading the Mexican Sinaloa cartel.
Now it is expected La Gente Nueva may want to goal his cartel’s territory in bloody battles.

RIVAL GANGS

Gladys McCormick, a professor at Syracuse University and expert on Mexico’s political violence, Daily Star Online broke off from the enforcement department of the Sinaloa Cartel. The new organization is led by Nemesio ‘El Mencho’ Oseguera Cervantes, a former best friend of El Chapo. In a few ways, I see them modeling themselves on Los Zetas, who’s simply hyped violence and make hyper displays of violence. They’re making essential inroads in phrases of full-on conflict.”

Los Zetas – considered one of Mexico’s maximum savage cartels – regularly perform beheadings, torture, and indiscriminate homicide. Professor McCormick said there’s additionally plenty of infighting taking place with the Jalisco Generation Cartel (CJNG). Led with the aid of Nemesio Oseguera Cervantes, aka El Mencho, the CJNG are currently combating many rival cartels with their most important opponents for manipulating of Guadalajara,

La Nueva Plaza.

Last week, it changed into said that participants claiming to be from CJNG launched surprising footage of a rival gangster being interrogated and then slaughtered. El Chapo became the country’s pinnacle drug lord in 2003 after his rival Osiel Cardenas of the Gulf Cartel. He changed into considered the “most powerful drug trafficker in the world” by using the American Department of the Treasury.

CIVIL WAR

According to the US Office of Public Affairs, Guzman became a “foremost chief of the Sinaloa Cartel, a Mexico-based totally global drug trafficking corporation liable for importing and dispensing extra than one million kilograms of cocaine and marijuana methamphetamine, and heroin within the US. Guzman earned the nickname “El Rapido” for how quickly he transported drugs from Mexico to America for the Colombian cartels.

He enforced his will and maintained control of his drug empire through a navy of lethal bodyguards and a sophisticated communications community. The cartel transported narcotics into America with the aid of fishing boats, submarines, carbon fiber airplanes, trains with mystery compartments, or even transnational underground tunnels. Once the narcotics were in America, they were bought to wholesale distributors in New York, Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Arizona, Los Angeles, etc.

Guzman then used various strategies to launder billions of greenbacks of drug proceeds, including bulk cash smuggling from the USA to Mexico, US-based ttotalinsurance groups, re-loadable debit cards, and numerous shell corporations such as a juice company and a fish flour company. He and his employer trusted a extensive community of corrupt government officers and employees to guard and, in addition, the pastimes of the Sinaloa Cartel. They included nearby law enforcement officers, jail guards, high-rating individuals of the military, and elected officeholders. In exchange, the Cartel paid these individuals thousands and thousands of bucks in bribes.

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