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

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  1. Hoss Bonaventure

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    It's still only available to buy on Amazon, not rent. #firstworldproblems
     
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  2. Capstone 88

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    Really good movie. There's supposedly a sequel in the making.
     
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    Not at all my uncle before he passed away was the Director of Economics at UNAM (largest university in Latin America ) and had written seven books on the Mexican economy, we had this discussion several times. Till Mexico cleans up its pervasive corruption that reaches into every aspect of life it will never leave the Third World, and guess what corruption in Mexico isn't going anywhere nor are the cartels. PRI was able to keep the "peace" somewhat for so many years because they were outright on the take and had silent truce with the cartels.
     
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  4. Tony Ray Bans

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    How nuts is it that they are top 15 in the world in GDP even with that level of corruption? If they ever got their act together they might be a downright economic powerhouse.

    Fuck yeah. I am down for that
     
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  5. mc415

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    Yeah, I agree the ingredients for a economic power is there. Great location, access to ports on Atlantic and pacific....oil, timber, tourism, precious metals, neighbors with the USA (easy access to the worlds strongest market).......but Mexico is way to corrupt, and the gap from the have and have nots is still large right now (lack of a strong middle class)
     
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  6. Bulworth

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  7. POWESHOW

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    Been available for free for weeks now
     
  8. Hoss Bonaventure

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    You goddamn thug!
     
  9. Daniel Ocean

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    Buy? Rent? The fuck.
     
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  10. Hoss Bonaventure

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    You guys are just strong arm robbing Hollywood! That's these poor studio execs, actors, and actresses meal ticket and you're just slapping the new Lambos right out from under their asses! For shame!
     
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  11. Tony Ray Bans

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    I want to write a sweet movie about a war between two rival cartels and the personal vendetta between their two leading hitmen played by Javier Bardem and Del Toro. I feel like that would be cool
     
  12. mc415

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    Anyone read the books "The Power of the Dog" and its sequel "The Cartel" by Don Winslow? Great books along these lines
     
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  13. Willpépé

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    NAFTA, they are just along for the ride. If Trump gets in that will plummet. I work with a bunch of Mexicans and we have a facility down there. They're fucking awesome, extremely hard working, very reliable and thorough.
     
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  14. steamengine

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    Just got back. 'Twas indeed amazing. Ready to move there tbqh.
     
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    Glad you had a good time there, it really has an amazing colonial and artsy feel to it. Definitely somewhere I will consider retiring to in my late years. Really mellow out there, probably one of the safes areas in Mexico with lots of ex pats living there
     
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    'El Chapo' CAPTURED: The world's most-wanted drug lord is caught again six months after his spectacular escape from Mexico's most secure prison

    • Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto wrote in his Twitter account on Friday: 'mission accomplished: we have him'
    • El Chapo's capture comes six months after the drug lord escaped from Mexico's most secure prison
    • Mexican marines apprehended the druglord on a raid in the town of Los Mochis, located in El Chapo's home state of Sinaloa
    • Five people were killed and one marine injured in the raid

    PUBLISHED: 13:38 EST, 8 January 2016 | UPDATED: 14:12 EST, 8 January 2016


    Notorious drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman Loera has been recaptured six months after he staged an escaped from Mexico's most secure prison, according to the country's president.

    Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto wrote on his Twitter account on Friday: 'mission accomplished: we have him'.

    'My appreciation to the Security Cabinet of the Government of the Republic for this important achievement for the rule of law in Mexico,' he added.

    Mexican marines captured El Chapo during a raid in the city of Los Mochis, located in the kingpin's home state of Sinloa. Five people were killed and one marine wounded in the raid.



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    Notorious drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman has been recaptured six months since he escaped from Mexico's most secure prison, according to the country's president. Pictured above in February 2014

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    Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto wrote in his Twitter account on Friday: 'mission accomplished: we have him'

    The Mexican Navy said in a statement that marines acting on a tip raided a home in the town of Los Mochis before dawn. They were fired on from inside the structure. Five suspects were killed and six others arrested. The marine's injuries were not life threatening.

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    This is the second time that El Chapo has been recaptured after using his influence to break out of prison

    At the home marines seized two armored vehicles, eight long guns, one handgun and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher

    Guzman faces multiple federal drug trafficking indictments in the U.S. as well as Mexico, and was on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's most-wanted list.

    After Guzman was arrested on February 22, 2014, the U.S. said it would file an extradition request, though it's not clear if that happened.

    The Mexican government at the time vehemently denied the need to extradite Guzman, even as many expressed fears he would escape as he did in 2001 while serving a 20-year sentence in the country's other top-security prison, Puente Grande, in the western state of Jalisco.

    El Chapo has been on the run since July, when he used an elaborate underground tunnel to break out of a maximum-security prison in central Mexico.

    Altiplano, considered the most secure of Mexico's federal prisons, also houses Zetas drug cartel leader Miguel Angel Trevino, and Edgar Valdes Villarreal, known as 'La Barbie,' of the Beltran Leyva cartel.

    Guzman dropped by ladder into a hole 30 feet deep that connected with a tunnel about 5 feet-6 inches high that was fully ventilated and had lighting, Rubido said.

    Authorities also found tools, oxygen tanks and a motorcycle adapted to run on rails that they believe was used to carry dirt out and tools in during the construction.

    The tunnel terminated in a half-built house in a farm field, according to radio transmissions among authorities, who cordoned off the structure that sits atop a small rise with a clear view of the prison. They would not confirm the location of the end of the tunnel directly to the AP.


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    A motorcycle adapted to a rail sits in the tunnel under the half-built house where El Chapo made his escape from the Altiplano maximum security prison in July

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    A composite handout picture taken from a video shows the escape of El Chapo through the tunnel

    Guzman's cartel is known for building elaborate tunnels beneath the Mexico-U.S. border to transport cocaine, methamphetamines and marijuana, with ventilation, lighting and even railcars to easily move products.

    This is the second time that El Chapo has been recaptured after using his influence to break out of prison.

    He was first caught by authorities in Guatemala in 1993, extradited and sentenced to 20 years in prison on drug-trafficking-related charges.

    Many accounts say he escaped in 2001 in a laundry cart, although there have been several versions of how he got away. What is clear is that he had help from prison guards, who were prosecuted and convicted.


    During his first stint as a fugitive, Guzman transformed himself into arguably the most powerful drug trafficker in the world. His fortune was estimated at more than $1 billion, according to Forbes magazine, which listed him among the 'World's Most Powerful People,' ranked above the presidents of France and Venezuela.

    He finally was tracked down to a modest beachside high-rise in the Pacific Coast resort city of Mazatlan, where he had been hiding with his wife and twin daughters. He was captured in the early morning of Feb. 22, 2014, without a shot fired.

    Before they reached him, security forces went on a several-day chase through Culiacan, the capital of Sinaloa state. They found houses where Guzman supposedly had been staying with steel-enforced doors and the same kind of lighted, ventilated escape tunnels.
     
  17. Mitch Cumstein

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    needs to be sent to florence adx
     
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  18. mc415

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    I'll be going to Sinaloa next week
     
  19. Pelican

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    Every time this thread is bumped, I assume El Chapo has escaped
     
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  22. Joey Freshwater

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    :themoreyouknow:

    Mexican Cartels and Prisons are dangerous.
     
  23. Thoros of Beer

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    Watching Cartel Land on netflix. Holy shit. Gripping stuff
     
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  24. Stagger Lee

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    I was there two weeks ago. Stayed well south of the city, but it was fine
     
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  25. Zack Zedalis

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    spent a week there in Jan & it was awesome! Great golf & their waterfront situation is on point. No issues at all.
     
  26. El_Pato

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    Chapo transferred to a prison in Juarez. Anyone fancy a new escape?
     
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  27. —

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    I get this sentiment but obviously the big players aren't who get hurt the most by torrenting movies. It's actually the writers who get hurt most because they get residuals based on rentals and purchases, not the theatrical release. That said a movie like this the writers probably did fine, but torrenting indies can actually have a tangible affect. That said I still visit that SoCal city from time to time. L
     
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  28. El_Pato

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    Took longer than I thought
     
  29. Don't Hate Me Bro!

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    hahahahahahahahaha

    But maybe fake?
     
  30. Truman

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    Mexican hitwoman claims she has sex with corpses after beheading them and drinks the blood of the dead
    • Juana claims to have sex with beheaded corpses and drink their blood
    • 'La Peque' hitwoman worked for one of Mexico's most dangerous cartels
    • The convict made the startling declaration from her California jail cell
    By JENNIFER GUAY FOR MAILONLINE

    PUBLISHED: 11:16 EST, 13 July 2016 | UPDATED: 12:09 EST, 13 July 2016

    A hitwoman for one of Mexico’s most notorious cartels has made a stunning confession from her California jail cell: she claims to have had intercourse with beheaded corpses and drank their blood.

    Mexican media reports that 28-year-old Juana – also known as ‘La Peque’ (the little one) – of the ruthless Zetas cartel made the admission from a Baja, California prison.

    Juana said: ‘Ever since I was a little girl I was a rebel, and then became a drug addict and an alcoholic.’

    Juana was born in Hidalgo, near Mexico City. She became pregnant at 15 by a man 20 years her senior.

    To support herself and her child, she worked as a prostitute – until delving into the dangerous cartel world.

    Juana said she got her start as a ‘halconeo’ – a lookout for police and army patrols, according to Central European news.

    Her job entailed standing at a lookout point for eight hours at a time. If she failed, Juana said she was tied up and fed a single taco per day.

    During her time working for the cartel she bore witness to a host of gruesome moments, including a man’s head being smashed open with a mace.

    ‘I remember feeling sad and thinking I did not want to end up like that,’ said Juana.

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    Her aversion to blood did not last long, however.

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    28-year-old Jauna worked as a prostitute until beginning her cartel career as a lookout for police and army

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    At first, Juana was put off by the blood and gore involved in Mexico's perilous cartel world – then she claims she became excited by violent scenes

    Local news site Denuncias claims Juana began to ‘feel excited by it, rubbing myself in it and bathing in it after killing a victim.’

    ‘I even drank it when it was still warm,’ she alleged.


    Denuncias said Juana ‘insinuated’ at having ‘had sex with the cadavers of those decapitated, using the severed heads as well as the rest of their bodies to pleasure herself'.

    ‘La Peque’ is still awaiting sentencing in California.

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    The beautiful hitwoman claims she would drink, bathe in, and use her victims' warm blood to pleasure herself after murdering them
     
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  33. Tony Perkis

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    Lol
     
  34. mc415

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    I would put my chorizo in her taco
     
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    The question is whether or not she'd want your chorizo attached to a living body or not.
     
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    Can dead people get a boner?
     
  37. Tony Ray Bans

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    rigamortis
     
  38. Daniel Ocean

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    IDK if they can but they give me a boner
     
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  39. chet fire

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    I'd give her head.
     
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    If he escapes again, he should get to retire in peace in Boca.
     
  41. El_Pato

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  44. Chocolate Giddyup

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    Haven't read any of this thread but who is el mayo?

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    Sorry for using an ochocinco tweet as reference
     
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