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Peace Agreement Between Drug Cartels.

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Drug trafficking cartels agreed in December an indefinite cease-fire, that had reflected in a decline of street shootouts, fighting, massacres and account settings.

Representatives of criminal organizations  Ismael "El Mayo" Zambada, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera, Arturo Beltran Leyva, The Arellano Felix Brothers and the Carrillo-Fuentes, allegedly participated in the cease-fire agreement.

The Pact  involving cartels of Sinaloa, Tijuana, Juarez and the Leyva-Beltran, the last three maintain a war against Chapo Guzman  and Mayo Zambada, wich has been expressed in a bloody form.

The first approach was in a private exclusive seafood restaurant in Culiacan, a day after was thrown a grenade at the facade of the provisional headquartes that has the Mexican Army in the city of Novalato, Sinaloa. december 08 2008

After the attack Secretary of the National Defense (SEDENA) Guillermo Galvan, arrived and led meetings with the military regional commanders.

The next and final meeting betwen the Capos was performed two days later.

in turn the SEDENA withdrew military personnel, In addition, at least a hundred of the Federal Police of 250 also were withdrawn.

One of the arguments is that they are more focus on the war, executions and clashes between opposing bands and they are neglecting the business, and other families are taking adventage of the situation and started to make deals in the USA and Colombia.

One of the agreements is that will follow  the executions that are already pending but after that shouldn't be additional murders.

The Cartels will make a review  of the agreement on Juanary 30, although the headquartes of the third meeting is unknown.

 Source: elblogdelnarco.org



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4 comments on Peace Agreement Between Drug Cartels.

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By vickyta on January 25, 2009 at 05:32 pm

Is a lost war, the only way out is to legilize the drugs.

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By Joan Westin on January 25, 2009 at 07:46 pm

Agree with vickyta, just legalize all drugs and regulate and tax them like all alcohol.  Lord knows, we need the revenue we would make off legalizing the drugs.

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By manny osborne on January 28, 2009 at 10:31 pm

Legalize and tax them, I agree. 200 thousands 700 millons of dollars  is what the Mexican cartels made in the last 2  years.

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By l00nplanet on October 09, 2010 at 12:04 pm

Joan, legalizing drugs is a serious issue that politicians and activists have been debating for decades. Of course it makes good sense from the economical perspective, but take the time to visit a couple of drug rehab centers, and I'm sure you'll get a new attitude over this problem.

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