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

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  1. Pelican

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    lol that nsfw pic is awesome.
     
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  2. Damion

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    Those 5 bodyguards that ran and led the police to his hideout are fucked.

    They might as well kill themselves now
     
  3. Pelican

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    Why would they take their own lives when they could get their heads cut off via chainsaw and put on theync.com?
     
  4. ARSENAL

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  6. Aurelius

    Aurelius This man, Lenny Pepperidge, AKA Lenny the Pep...
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  7. Ball Gag Giorgio

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  8. Pelican

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    At work, but I really really want to click that link.
     
  9. Capstone 88

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    It's almost like it can't be real
     
  10. Pelican

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  11. Capstone 88

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    Pictures of skinned faces. They put the face on poles and the rest of the head on the ground. Bodies diced up. Shit carved into the torsos
     
  12. Joshuam2107

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    that's what I was thinking, but more terrifying is that is probably is.. :ohdear:
     
  13. audrew

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    Anyone else feel the green poster board makes it seem like a school project?
     
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  15. ground mullet

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    Yep, school of hard knocks. Whoever carved those dudes up was no buck knife wielding frosh. He was a summa cum laude graduate.
     
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  17. pearroh

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    fml
    why did i click the link, knowing damn well what it couldve been and I'm on my way to grab some breakfast.
    :blech:
     
  18. Killy Me Please

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    uh,... ice truck killer...but for reals.
     
  19. Joshuam2107

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    Face off, like in Face off.
     
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  20. -Prime-

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    Wow, just told my self it was a scene from a movie
     
  21. Plenty

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    ay dios mio
     
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  22. El_Pato

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    Damn, they certainly got creative for those guys.
     
  23. Tony Perkis

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    Laughed at this comment on one of the videos

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    I bet he was about that life.
     
  24. JGator1

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    US Seizes $31 Million From Peru-Based Drug Trafficking Network

    Manhattan’s U.S. attorney said Wednesday the U.S. seized more than $31 million from nine bank accounts alleged to be part of a money laundering scheme operated by a Peruvian drug-trafficking organization.
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    A police officer stands guard by seized packages of cocaine during a presentation to the press at the narcotics police base in Lima, Peru, on Sept. 26, 2012.​
    The network, operated by members of the Sanchez-Paredes family, has been the target of Peruvian law enforcement since the 1980s. A civil forfeiture complaint filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court accused the family members of using the bank accounts of shell companies and other businesses to disguise its cocaine proceeds for decades, prosecutors said.
    “While this allegedly notorious drug trafficking family may be beyond our reach, the proceeds from their decade’s long money laundering scheme are not,” said Preet Bharara, the Manhattan U.S. attorney, in a statement.
    The funds in the nine American bank accounts were seized pursuant to seizure warrants issued in September 2012, the statement said. Additional funds in three Peruvian bank accounts have also been frozen.
    According to the complaint filed in Manhattan federal court, Peru has been investigating the network since 1981, culminating in a criminal complaint filed in 2010 and currently pending in Peru.
    Peruvian authorities believe the drug-trafficking organization has financed various businesses, including mining companies, farms, real estate investments, transportation companies, auto repair shops and heavy equipment sales, to launder its proceeds.
    Members of the drug-trafficking network have used multiple bank accounts held by family members, companies they own and operate, employees of the businesses, and other companies, to launder proceeds derived from the family’s cocaine operation, prosecutors said.
    “This organization worked as a family business and thought they would live comfortable lives based on cash earned from the sale of cocaine,” said Brian R. Crowell, the special agent-in-charge of the New York Field Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration, in the statement.
    Correction: The announcement was made by the Manhattan U.S. Attorney, not the district attorney.
    http://blogs.wsj.com/corruption-cur...ion-from-peru-based-drug-trafficking-network/
     
  25. Todd Bonzales

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    I like how they spelled something with his small intestine.
     
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  26. THE TRUTH

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    That is a lifestyle and morality I am unfamiliar with.
     
  27. Redav

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    You just have to remember that the people that have this done to them prob did it to someone else previously.
     
  28. mc415

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    Yup the green board is saying the guys they cut up into pieces deserved that because they killed a shopkeeper in a certain area, so it was revenge.....most likely that shopkeeper was killed because he was selling drugs out of that shop or because he didnt pay his extortion money
     
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  29. Scott Van Pelt

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    Damn the cartels are some fucked up people. Love how they try and justify that by saying the guy killed somebody else though haha. Same thing will definitely happen to the guys who did it to this guy and this thread will then be bumped in a month or so. It's like the gift that keeps on giving :beerchug:
     
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  30. CraigAnne Conway

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    I was in Juarez on Sunday and Monday, and I am in Monterrey now.

    Mexico is a third world hell hole.
    Unfortunate because it really is a beautiful country.
     
  31. mc415

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    Plenty of cool shit to do in Monterrey ! Juarez your braver than me favra
     
  32. TarHeelShow

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    What the eff were you doing in Monterrey and Juarez? I wouldn't last 2 hours there.
     
  33. mc415

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    Tar Heel u would be fine in Monterrey , Juarez your fucked
     
  34. CraigAnne Conway

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    Working.

    In Juarez I didn't see anything but the airport, the customer, and my hotel.
    In Monterrey you can go out a little more, but it's still a shithole. Went to some restaurant tonight called El Gaucho (Excellent restaurant BTW) and they told us that they don't even get customers after dark anymore, because of all the violence and kidnappings that have been happening.
     
  35. ma3polo

    ma3polo Blah!!

    I'd stay strapped if I were ever in Juarez. Needless to say, I'd still probably get murked because everyone else is probably armed, but i'll feel safer anyway.
     
  36. ma3polo

    ma3polo Blah!!

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  37. 941Gator

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    This drug war is fought with American weapons for the American market. Of the 75,000 guns seized, 80 percent came from the U.S. They're used to fight over an estimated $40 billion drug business - virtually all for the U.S. Think of it this way - $40 billion is nearly as much revenue that Pepsi collected last year.

    When Mexico's President Felipe Calderon came to Juarez, he met Luz Maria Davila, whose two sons were killed. Her only children Marcos and Jose were at a party for the Double A baseball team. Gunmen thought the party was for a cartel gang also known as Double A, and killed 13 people - mostly teenagers. She said she spoke to Calderon, because she still hopes "for justice."This drug war is fought with American weapons for the American market. Of the 75,000 guns seized, 80 percent came from the U.S. They're used to fight over an estimated $40 billion drug business - virtually all for the U.S. Think of it this way - $40 billion is nearly as much revenue that Pepsi collected last year.

    When Mexico's President Felipe Calderon came to Juarez, he met Luz Maria Davila, whose two sons were killed. Her only children Marcos and Jose were at a party for the Double A baseball team. Gunmen thought the party was for a cartel gang also known as Double A, and killed 13 people - mostly teenagers. She said she spoke to Calderon, because she still hopes "for justice."
     
  38. Don't Hate Me Bro!

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    Leader of the Zetas, Heriberto Lazcano, killed by the Mexican Navy last weekend. They positively identified him through his fingerprints, but gunmen (believed to be Zetas) stormed the morgue overnight and took his body.

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  39. ma3polo

    ma3polo Blah!!

    Holy crap, they finally got him. That was the dude whom they said had a gold-plated AK-47. Partly the inspiration for that scene in End Of Watch. I guess Chapo Guzman and them Sinaloa Boys are gonna takeover now.
     
  40. gamecockdoc

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    I have taken a face off like that b4

    :grinch:
     
  41. -Prime-

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    Drug Lord Takes Control of Cartel

    By RANDY KREIDER and MARK SCHONE | ABC News – Fri, Oct 12, 2012









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    The new head of the Zetas drug cartel is a former Dallas resident who is scorned as a traitor by many of his own cartel soldiers and mocked as an ex-"car washer" by his enemies, but has risen to power thanks to a fearsome reputation for violence.
    "[Miguel Angel Trevino Morales] is extremely brutal, to the point of sadism," says George Grayson, an expert on the Zetas. "He is prepared to advance his interest through unspeakable violence." Grayson's recent book on the cartel, "The Executioner's Men," opens with a scene in which Trevino Morales slowly beats a female police officer to death, in front of her colleagues, with a two-by-four.
    Trevino Morales, also known as El 40 or the Monkey, became the uncontested head of the Mexico's most feared drug cartel when former kingpin Heriberto Lazcano was killed in a shootout with Mexican Marines on Sunday. Lazcano had been linked to hundreds of murders, including the massacre of 72 civilians, but Trevino Morales is allegedly even more bloodthirsty. One of his preferred methods of dealing with enemies, say authorities, is burning them alive.
    Trevino Morales, 41, was born in Mexico but spent some of his formative years in Dallas, Texas, where authorities say he had a criminal record as a teenager. He has a dozen siblings and reportedly still has family in the Dallas area.
    According to the Associated Press, he became a teen go-fer for the Los Tejas gang, which was powerful in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo, just across the Rio Grande from Laredo, Texas.
    Trevino Morales joined the Zetas soon after their formation. The Zetas began in the late 1990s as the security wing of the Gulf Cartel. The 14 core members of the Zetas, including Heriberto Lazcano, all had military backgrounds, and took ranks based on when they'd joined the group. Lazcano was known as Z-3. By 2004, due to the death of Z-1 and the arrest of Z-2, Lazcano had become the leader of the Zetas.
    Trevino Morales, who did not have a military background, got the designation 40, with his brother taking number 42. In 2005, Miguel Trevino Morales became the boss of the Nuevo Laredo "plaza," or drug territory.
    As a newly minted underboss, Trevino Morales had traditional gangster tastes for fast cars, women and fancy guns, and reportedly liked to hunt game imported from Africa. He also, however, developed a developed a particular reputation for brutality in group already renowned for violence. His favored methods for dispatching enemies were dismembering them while still alive, or making them into a "guiso," or stew -- stuffing them in 55-gallon oil drums, adding gasoline and burning them alive.
    By 2009, Trevino Morales had been named in multiple federal indictments in Texas, D.C. and New York for alleged crimes ranging from drug trafficking, kidnapping, and money laundering to ordering a half dozen murders in Laredo, Texas. The DEA offered a $5 million reward for information leading to his arrest or conviction, and accused him of controlling more than 200 operatives and smuggling hundreds of kilograms of cocaine into the U.S. weekly.
    Early the next year, the Zetas finally split from the Gulf cartel after the Gulf Cartel crossed Trevino Morales. In January 2010, the Gulf Cartel tortured and killed one of his close friends. Trevino Morales responded with an ultimatum demanding that the cartel give up the killer. "Hand over the assassin of my friend," demanded Trevino Morales. "If you don't comply, there will be war."
    The order was ignored, and Trevino Morales allegedly began killing members of the Gulf Cartel en masse. The Zetas, now an independent cartel with Trevino Morales second in command, were soon battling the Gulf Cartel for control of Northern Mexico, and winning.

    Civil War Inside the Zetas Drug Cartel

    By 2011, however, there was a schism within the new cartel between Trevino Morales and those loyal to Heriberto Lazcano. When Zetas boss "El Mamito," Enrique Rejon Aguilar, was arrested in July, he said that he had been betrayed. Though he did not name any names, the next month someone uploaded a slickly produced music video to YouTube that bluntly accused Trevino Morales of being a "Judas" who was disloyal to Lazcano and had betrayed Mamito and other Zetas to the authorities.
    Addressed to all the members of "the Mafia," every major drug organization in Mexico by name, and to the general public, "The True Story of Z 40" uses a specially written "narcoballad" to detail the alleged offenses of Trevino Morales against his fellow Zetas, especially leader Heriberto Lazcano.
    One of the first images in the five-minute video is a picture of Judas whispering in the ear of Jesus. It then shows repeated images of Trevino Morales with the words "El Judas" under his face, and displays arrest photos of all the Zetas bosses he has allegedly betrayed, who were "captured because they trusted Z 40." Intended as a warning to Lazcano, it asks "El Lazca" why he thinks so many of his underlings have been arrested.
    The video also mocks Trevino Morales as a former car washer for Los Tejas, and plasters his face onto photos of police officers and a shiny-suited pop idol.
    Rival groups have also disparaged Trevino Morales as a car washer. In March, Joaquin Guzman, AKA El Chapo or Shorty, the head of Mexico's other dominant drug organization, the Sinaloa Cartel, sent his men into Trevino Morales' territory to murder and dismember Zetas soldiers. He issued a public challenge to Trevino Morales on huge banners above the body parts of his victims.
    One banner, accompanied by seven severed heads, accused Trevino Morales of failing to use his own head, and of being Heriberto Lazcano's jockstrap. "You will always be a car washer to me," said the banner, which was signed "El Chapo." Another mocked Trevino Morales as a shoeshine boy, car washer and traitor who killed innocent people.
    In the summer of 2012, Trevino Morales' brother Jose, a U.S. citizen, was arrested in the U.S. for moneylaundering after allegedly channeling the Zetas's drug money through a successful horseracing operation. Not long after his arrest, the split within the Zetas apparently cost 14 lives. The survivor of a mass execution in San Luis Potosi state in mid-August said that the victims and the killers were Zetas. Authorities believe the massacre was revenge by Trevino Morales on "El Taliban," a leader opposed to EL 40's ascent.
    By the end of August, U.S. officials began saying that Trevino Morales seemed to have merged as the winner in the Zetas' civil war, and had officially taken operational control of the Zetas in Mexico from Lazcano.
    High-ranking Zetas then began to fall. El Taliban was arrested in late September, "The Squirrel" just last Saturday. Lazcano, who was attending a baseball game with two other men, died in a firefight on Sunday.
    Grayson speculates that Trevino Morales may have shared information with U.S. authorities to get better treatment for his brother Jose, who is in U.S. custody.
    Trevino Morales must now direct the Zetas against the combined strength of the Gulf Cartel, the Sinaloa Cartel and other players, who have united to drive the Zetas from their "plazas." Grayson says that with Lazcano's death, El Chapo Guzman of the Sinaloa cartel will be aided in his primary goal of taking control of Nuevo Laredo, El 40's home base. Guzman has already dispatched what Grayson calls "shock troops" to help the Gulf Cartel fight the Zetas.
    El Chapo's troops will be facing younger, less experienced, and less disciplined Zetas plaza bosses than in the past, says Grayson. But he also notes that the Zetas new leader, in addition to being more violent than his predecessor, may be more cautious and wily as well. "El 40," says Grayson, "would never have been at a baseball game.
     
  42. Futureman

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    These guys make Pablo Escobar look like Mother Teresa.
     
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  43. skiedfrillet

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    escobar was a businessman foremost. these guys are just lunatics with money
     
  44. TC

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    This paragraph in song form
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  45. Don't Hate Me Bro!

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    Cartel hit, assassins take bumps of coke before swarming a house.


    Los Zetas Gangland Doc
     
  46. Tony Perkis

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    My day is immediately ruined when this thread gets bumped.
     
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  47. -Prime-

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    Escobar was crazy as well. He did alot of the same things the new Zeta leader did.
     
  48. skiedfrillet

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    yeah, but escobar had a styling perm [​IMG]
    and a manly mustache i must add
     
  49. You and You

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    Difference is Escobar at least did some good things for people. I haven't heard a single story of how the cartels in Mexico have done anything to help anyone.

    It doesn't change the fact that Escobar was a piece of shit though.