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Motorcycle, Prison, and Street Gangs: ADMJ 032: Cartels

Guide developed for Victor Castillo's ADMJ 032 Course

Cartels

 

MEXICO-DRUGS/" by Claudio Toledo is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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  • Cartels
  • Drug control
  • Drug traffic
  • Gang violence
  • Law enforcement
  • Mexico -- Foreign relations -- United States
  • Organized crime

 

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Web Sources

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NPR - "Mexican Cartels Push Meth Beyond U.S. Market

(Description) "At San Quentin Prison, the typical cell measures approximately 4’ x 9’ and contains a bunk bed, toilet, sink, two men, and their six cubic feet of belongings. In our first episode of Ear Hustle, hear stories of negotiating this space and the relationships that come with living in such close quarters."

Transcript of NPR - "Mexican Cartels Push Meth Beyond U.S. Market

NPR - 'The Money Was The Soft Spot': 'The Infiltrator' On Taking Down Pablo Escobar

(Description) "NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Robert Mazur, the federal agent who went undercover as a money launderer to take down the banks behind Pablo Escobar's Medellin Cartel. Bryan Cranston plays Mazur in the new movie, The Infiltrator, which dramatizes the years long operation."

Transcript of NPR - 'The Money Was The Soft Spot': 'The Infiltrator' On Taking Down Pablo Escobar