The conviction of a Homeland Security investigator, bribed with cash and prostitutes by a cartel capo, highlights the problem of narco-corruption among U.S. law enforcement.
Weaponized drones – ISIS-style aerial IEDs – are just the latest paramilitary hardware the cartels are adding to the their arsenals.
There are many ways to hide corrupt cash, but for big amounts it’s hard to beat casinos and real estate, which just happen to be the Trump family’s core businesses.
The streaming service could pull out of planned production in Mexico after news that a freelancer it employed was found riddled with bullets north of the capital.
‘It’s cool to be a narcotrafficker, because you have money, because you have followers, but when someone wants to behead you, you’re going to turn yourself in.’
Mexico’s cartels are diversifying their portfolio by preying on desperate migrants, and may be harvesting organs from children for the U.S. black market.
As Mexico’s cartels manage to get more and more heroin into the U.S. each year, Chicago’s gangs are scrambling to be the ones to distribute it.