*NSFW* The Official Drug Cartel Discussion and Video Thread *NSFW*

Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Farva, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. 19B I want to slip my tubesteak into your sister.

    Took a while, but I managed to fap.
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  2. O-face Always Rockin BUFU

    I made a very big mistake by posting in this thread. Now I have to be reminded of what I have seen every time it is bumped.
  3. Talking Head The Bag Man.

    Yeah the soccer ball was just a rival gang member. No big deal.

    Come on man, shit is bad down there and its mainly due to the fact that we won't legalize weed in the U.S. So basically you've got the 1920's prohibition era mafia running in present day Mexico.
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  4. JGator1 Chompzy Fantasy Football Champion

    Shit is fucked up in Mexico. This happened a few weeks ago in case anyone missed it. 44 members of the Zetas rival were killed in a prison riot, meanwhile Zetas escaped.

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    MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — Nine guards have confessed to helping Zetas drug gangsters escape from prison before other Zetas slaughtered 44 rival inmates, a state official said late Monday, underlining the enormous corruption inside Mexico's overcrowded, underfunded prisons.
    The top officials and as many as 18 guards at the Apodaca prison in northern Mexico had been detained under suspicion that they may have helped 30 Zetas escape during the confusion of a riot early Sunday in which 44 members of the rival Gulf cartel were bludgeoned and knifed to death.
    Nuevo Leon state public security spokesman Jorge Domene Zambrano said nine of the guards confessed to aiding the escape. He said it appeared the breakout happened before the deadly fight.
    The massacre in this northern state was one of the worst prison killings in Mexico in at least a quarter-century and exposed another weak institution that President Felipe Calderon is relying on to fight his drug war.
    Mexico has only six federal prisons, and so sends many of its dangerous cartel suspects and inmates to ill-prepared, overcrowded state penitentiaries. Drug trafficking, weapons possession and money laundering are all considered federal crimes in Mexico.
    "The Mexican prison system has collapsed," said Raul Benitez, a professor at Mexico's National Autonomous University who studies security issues. "The prisons in some states are controlled by organized crime."
    An increase in organized crime, extortion, drug trafficking and kidnapping has swelled Mexico's prison population almost 50 percent since 2000. But the government has built no new federal prisons since Calderon launched an offensive against drug cartels when he took office in late 2006, leaving existing jails overcrowded.

    Calderon's administration has renovated three existing state prisons to use as federal lockups.
    Built to hold about 185,000 inmates, the prison system nationwide now holds more than 45,000 above that capacity, according to figures from the National Public Safety System.
    Of the 47,000 federal inmates in the country, about 29,000 are held in state prisons. That has drawn complaints from Nuevo Leon Gov. Rodrigo Medina and other state governors, who say their jails aren't equipped to hold members of powerful and highly organized drug cartels.
    The federal government counters that none of the escapes or mass killings have occurred at federal lockups, and it cites corruption on the state level, not overcrowding, as the main cause of the deaths and escapes.
    "The constant element has been corruption in the control processes" at the prisons, said Patricio Patino, assistant secretary for the penitentiary system.
    Prison employees say guards are underpaid, making them more likely to take bribes. And even honest guards are vulnerable to coercion: Many live in neighborhoods where street gangs and drug cartels are active, making it easy to target their families with threats.
    The same can be said for Mexico's municipal police forces, another weak flank in Calderon's attack on organized crime. Thousands of local officers — often, entire forces at a time — have been fired, detained or placed under investigation for aiding drug gangs.
    "Yesterday, Apodaca, tomorrow, any other (prison)," columnist Carlos Puig wrote in the newspaper Milenio.
    Nuevo Leon's governor said earlier Monday that the breakout would have been hard or impossible to stage without the help of prison authorities. Medina said no holes had been found in the perimeter walls of the prison in Apodaca, outside the northern city of Monterrey, and no armed gang had burst in to spring them.
    "Unfortunately, a group of traitors has set back the work of a lot of good police," Medina said at a news conference.
    An increase in prison violence and escapes is fueled in part by the increasing presence of members of highly organized drug cartels and other gangs in the prisons. In January, a fight between inmates in the Gulf Coast city of Altamira left 31 dead. A total of 171 inmates died in such violence last year, up from 45 in 2007, according to the newspaper Milenio.
    Often, the riots and escapes are aided by authorities.
    In the most striking case, prison corruption resulted in a massacre outside prison walls in 2010. Guards and officials at a prison in Gomez Palacio in northern Durango state let cartel inmates out, lent them guns and sent them off in official vehicles to carry out drug-related killings, including a massacre of 17 people at a rented dance hall. After carrying out the killings, the inmates returned to their cells, where they were safe from their rivals.
    More typical was a prison massacre last July in the border city of Juarez that killed 17 inmates. Surveillance video showed guards standing passively by as two inmates took their keys and opened cell doors to spray bullets into a room where members of a rival gang were reportedly holding an unauthorized party, complete with women and booze.
    The Zetas, with their quasi-military discipline, probably have an edge on their rivals from the Gulf cartel, said Benitez, the professor who studies security.
    "Once inside, they gain control rapidly," he said.
    The Zetas and Gulf cartel split in 2010 and have been fighting bloody turf battles in Monterrey and throughout much of northeastern Mexico since then.
    But Benitez said Mexico's prisons are part of two larger problems: rampant corruption and a dysfunctional justice system.
    "The prison system is just one part of the larger penal-justice system, and in Mexico the penal reform movement is going very badly," he said.
    Authorities agreed there are huge problems.
    "The shortcomings that exist in Mexican prisons, insufficient food, inadequate space to sleep, (poor) clothing for inmates, bad medical service, have made the prisons into places where corruption and inequality among inmates proliferates," according to a 2008 report on the nation's prisons, the federal Public Safety Department said
    The report recommended legal changes to let more prisoners await trial while on bail, and the construction of more and better jails. Three years and hundreds of inmates deaths later, none of those changes have been carried out.
  5. Steve Anus Every man has a price, for the Million Dollar Man

    Monterrey is quickly turning into another Juarez
  6. DrunKen Stabler rolltide

    not nearly as traumatizing as the Mr. Hands video I saw a while back.

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  7. undrtow learn to swim

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    :in-n-out:
  8. mc415 Hella 415

    No its not
  9. Steve Anus Every man has a price, for the Million Dollar Man

    Yes it is.
    Dude, you don't need to white knight mexico, we all know it sucks right now
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  10. BP Bout to Regulate. DogCrue

    Thats what sucks. The cartels don't give a fuck and will go after rivals no matter where they are. Shot up a club in a border town killed like 8 people going after a high ranking gang member. Also the Mexican military is crooked as shit too. And will not hesitate to light someones ass up.
  11. mc415 Hella 415

    I forgot, you go there once a year for a week, your the expert on all that is Mexico.......my bad..........if you dont sell drugs or are not a cop, you don't have much to worry about in 90% of Mexico.....Go to any major city in the USA go in the hood try to sell drugs,buy drugs or be an active member in gang that participates in the drug trade you are also liklely going to have a meeting with a bullet at sometime in your life.........you as a American businessman do not have much to worry about, but guess what just like in Cleveland or Cincinatti if you creep around the wrong hood at night you might get jacked.....common sense how does that work? Your a friggin retard if you think some beaner is going to spray with an AK-47 just for fun when your rolling around downtown Queretaro
  12. Steve Anus Every man has a price, for the Million Dollar Man

    An american, who is white, and at least a foot taller than everyone there, is a target.
    They know Americans have money, that's why it's not safe there, that's why there are travel advisories to Mexico. That's why we now have escorts when we go down there. And I am talking about Monterrey. Queretaro and SLP didn't seem as bad, but I still didn't feel safe.
  13. Jaime Casino No Longer Representing Villains

    mc415 is the first person I have heard from in the past two years that thinks Mexico is safe for visitors. I know businesses puling out of the country because of safety. Maybe the should listen to mc415
  14. mc415 Hella 415

    Yeah most businesses are in the North, where it is dicey.....the Northof Mexico doesnt constitute the whole country.....PM me i can give you a list of hundreds of cool cities you can visit without any issues at all and give you travel advice where its totally safe or where its not safe
  15. Jaime Casino No Longer Representing Villains

    I have zero interest in visiting a country full of crazy, drugged out fucking Mexicans. And, yes, I paint with a broad brush.
  16. mc415 Hella 415

    Hilarious!
  17. Z Anthony Grant Sucks

    Then google Dagestan Massacre.
  18. Pelican Jack Lyner's grandson

    Wow. I had never seen that one before.

    :ohdear:
  19. BudKilmer New Member

    well fuck. I was going to sex my wife up tonight. I likely won't be sexing anything for weeks
  20. chet fire Man in Members Only jacket

    Just don't ask for head.
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  21. 3NolesFan3 There's no cure for being a cunt

    I feel weird having seen this. Just watched it on my phone and there is just a weird feeling. I wish I knew what they said.

    God damn that was fucked up
  22. chet fire Man in Members Only jacket

    All I could decipher was they stated their name and something about pesos.

    always something about pesos.
  23. Jaime Casino No Longer Representing Villains

    That's why, in the Balkans, you fight until hey kill you. No surrender.
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  24. Redav Arm Talent

    Well that was fucked up. Can't believe there are people that can just sit there and do that to another human being. Fucking animals.
  25. milquetoast You call yourself a salesman you son of a bitch?

    I should have taken notes before I clicked.
  26. Mitch Cumstein Team Gray Sack

    Didn't want to respond as this thread will show up in my alerts. Then again, it'll show up in yours (third person plural). :evil:
  27. War Grundle Nole Mercy

    Oh I did and while I was reading the story on one of the sites I looked over to the left and saw a girl suckin on a dick. Thankfully no one was walking into my office at the time.
  28. chet fire Man in Members Only jacket

    Did the girl finally leave your cubicle?
  29. War Grundle Nole Mercy

  30. Pelican Jack Lyner's grandson

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/15/chainsaw-suicide-valerie-nash-california_n_1348024.html

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    Chainsaw Suicide: Valerie Nash, Los Angeles Woman, Dies Of Self-Inflicted Neck Wound



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    A Los Angeles woman committed suicide with a chainsaw in her Palms home, local police reported on Thursday.
    According to the Associated Press, Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter identified the victim as 47-year-old Valerie Nash, who was found in bed with a self-inflicted neck wound and a chainsaw nearby.
    Nash was found early Thursday morning by the sister with whom she shared a home, the Los Angeles Times reported, though the degree of decomposition indicated she may have been dead for up to a day before police arrived.
    Police ruled out the idea of a homicide when a suicide note was also discovered, the contents of which have not yet been released.
    "Two sisters, they share an apartment," LAPD Officer Norma Eisenman told the paper. "The door [to the victim's room] was jammed a little, and the sister was able to see her on the bed with a chainsaw next to her."
    "The cases with unusual means tend to be extremely violent," said suicide expert and State University of New York professor Dr. Michael Myers.
    Though Myers did not have knowledge of the woman's history, he said that suicide victims who pick such violent methods often fall into two categories.
    "Someone who made such a choice could have been extremely ill, maybe even psychotic," he told The Huffington Post. "The choice could have been the result of command hallucinations, where patients hear a voice that tells them what to do and how."
    But while psychiatrists estimate that 85 to 90 percent of those who commit suicide lived with prior mental illness, severe psychosis is not the only possibility.
    "She could have been acting quickly," Myers said. "The moment of such a decision often has a sense of urgency caused by that impulsivity. In that time, people will do whatever comes to mind with whatever means available. Something like a chainsaw nearby may have seemed faster than driving to the store to buy rope or a lot of medication. This is why we get so concerned about people who keeps firearm in the house."
    While exceptionally rare, suicide by chainsaw is not unheard of. A 2000 study by the the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology published in the Journal of Forensic Sciencecited two cases -- both carried out by men -- and found that a history of depression and prior suicide attempt was a key commonality.
    Authorities have not yet determined whether Nash had a history of depression or was under the influence of alcohol at the time of her death, the L.A. County coroner's office told the Associated Press.
    While Nash's choice of a chainsaw has drawn notable attention to her suicide, the reasoning for such an unusual method may never be uncovered. Suicidologist Carla Fine told The Huffington Post, "That's the hardest part for survivors -- they take the answers with them."
  31. Bo Ryan Head Coach of Wisconsin Men's Basketball, Bo Ryan

    Takes some major balls to do that. So much for women committing suicide the easier ways.
  32. Pelican Jack Lyner's grandson

    bump because someone posted a gif from this video in the "Alive or Not gifs" thread.

    and because I enjoy randomly bumping this.

    :awesomeface:
  33. Barves2125 Viewer discretion is advised

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  35. Tony Perkis Uhyuuuuu

    If you bump this thread, you're a cock sucker.
  36. BlazingRebel Dog Crew Founder Migraine Connoisseur

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  37. milquetoast You call yourself a salesman you son of a bitch?

    So the esteemed doctor commenting on the psychological makeup of the chainsaw killer...his name is Michael Myers. I'm calling bullshit.
  38. Pelican Jack Lyner's grandson

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  39. goose The Shah

    I showed it to my roommate awhile back, and he's weirdly obsessed with showing it to people as often as he can.

    I think he faps to it.
  40. Darko the Snowman New Member

    Going to an all inclusive outside of cancun in 3 weeks. Hope i dont get my head chopped off
  41. mc415 Hella 415

    thats not really Mexico so your going to be fine
  42. 3NolesFan3 There's no cure for being a cunt

    I showed it to the guy I was working with the night I watched it. Sometimes, I start thinking about their faces. I want to show other people, kind of like how I showed people the 2 girls 1 cup video. But this is on a different level of fucked up.
  43. El_Pato Nunca Caminaras Solo

    My friend's dad was beheaded two days ago. :tebow:
  44. angus New Member

    Video?
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  45. BuckeyeRiot God gave his only begotten Kwon

    So we can eliminate Ross as this friend you speak of.
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  46. Barves2125 Viewer discretion is advised

    You know we want to hear the story.

    Of course. Not only does it imply Ross has a dad but that he has a friend, as well.
  47. El_Pato Nunca Caminaras Solo

    No video, my friend's dad was a Narco, it was a matter of time. We all knew it. Zetas just formed a new alliance so shits about to get really one sided.
  48. BuckeyeRiot God gave his only begotten Kwon

    And that his friend would be upset someone dug Ross's father's corpse up and beheaded it.
  49. Barves2125 Viewer discretion is advised

    Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeyt. So he was a Narco at what level/where?
  50. El_Pato Nunca Caminaras Solo

    Just locally in Juarez, he wasn't big time but he made a good living.

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