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by Osorno Diego Enrique

eBook Cartel de Sinaloa, el (Spanish Edition) download ISBN: 6074297088
Author: Osorno Diego Enrique
Publisher: Diana (January 1, 2010)
Language: Spanish
Pages: 248
ePub: 1714 kb
Fb2: 1153 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Biography
Subcategory: True Crime

No real reporter can claim to be unbiased. And I don't recall Diego Osorno doing it in his book. 11 people found this helpful.

No real reporter can claim to be unbiased.

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The Sinaloa Cartel (Spanish: Cártel de Sinaloa), also known as the Guzmán-Loera Organization, the Pacific Cartel, the Federation and the Blood Alliance, is an international drug trafficking, money laundering.

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Sinaloa, a state in Northern Mexico, is the cradle of the Mexican drug trafficking industry. This book follows the path of the individuals that formed this cartel and how their empire brought them to control Garza Garcia County in Monterrey, a county where the wealthiest and most powerful industrialists of Mexico reside.
Comments: (7)
Brannylv
Para quienes quieran entender el fenómeno del narcotráfico desde sus orígenes hasta su fallida guerra actual en México, este libro les va a ser de muchísimo provecho.
Quamar
Muy interesante y Verdadero
Al parecer el escritor no tuvo ni un tipo de censura
Ve directo al tema sin salirse por la tangente
LivingCross
Conocer y entender lo que fue el origen de ciertos problemas sociales da una idea de lo mal que se han hecho las cosas desde las cúpulas de poder
Tansino
I BOUGHT IT TO READ MY MOM HAS IT
Foiuost
Excelente....
Fast Lovebird
otra narconovela
Vonalij
If you're expecting an academic study you should look elsewhere.

The 'war on drugs' started by felipe calderón, with the blessing of the US government has caused over 30,000 deaths in 4 years and not a lot of progress has been made. No wonder, considering the fact that there is nothing else on the table other than military action --- no education campaigns, no prevention, and of course, not a 'legalization' option.

Should we be waging war against 'drugs' when for example, the US, one of the biggest consumers in the world, has made medical marijuana, legal in 14 states? Why do people end up in drug trafficking? Who are these 'cartels'? Are the spontaneous organizations? Can they be stopped by killing their 'leaders'?

That's what Diego Osorno asks us to think about. He tells a story of human beings that find themselves in different situations -- his interviewees tell stories of corruption, opportunism and hypocrisy. He gives voice to people who are usually simply outcasts. Do we not care to understand where and how people end up where they do?

This book is a very personal account of a man's experience in understanding a phenomenon that has touched his life and that of many others.. I don't think, like other reviewers do, that this man is claiming to be unbiased. He is clearly questioning in this book, and always does in his articles, the strategy followed by the government, in contrast with the causes and context of drug trafficking and its history in Sinaloa.

Someone mentioned you would expect quotes or data... which I found in this book, so I'm not sure what they are reading. They are probably upset at the fact that someone dares to look at things in more progressive way - because the population is sick of this, and they aren't seeing anything but raises in gas, and food, and yep... war.

No real reporter can claim to be unbiased. And I don't recall Diego Osorno doing it in his book.

I liked it - so I recommend it.
I read this book, right after reading "The Last Narco", and even when it's not a great narrative (more like a compilation of files and irrelevant facts in the first chapters), it gets better in the later chapters. I do believe though, that it should have focused much more on the modern days of the Sinaloa Cartel , cause it rarely mentions the Beltran Leyva, Nacho Coronel, and other important people in this cartel.