The report, Cocaine Incorporated, portrays how the world’s most powerful drug trafficker allegedly driving his empire
The Mexican drug trafficker Joaquin El Chapo Guzman”” and his business in the world of drugs is the cover story of The New York Times Magazine. Under the heading” Cocaine, Incorporated”, the report portrays how the world’s most powerful drug trafficker allegedly driving his” empire.”
The agreement signed by the NYT contributor, Patrick Radden Keefe, Joaquin Guzman referred to as the Sinaloa Cartel CEO , responsible for half of all illegal drugs exported to the U.S. from Mexico each year and” the most wanted criminal in the post-Bin Laden era.”
” El Chapo” says the report, directed to the Cartel Sinaloa Titanic” a participant in the global black market. According to estimates by the RAD Corporation, the gross income earned by Mexican cartels from the export of drugs to neighboring United States add 6, 600 million dollars.”
”Besides that according to most estimates, the Sinaloa Cartel has achieved a market share of at least 40 percent and perhaps 60 percent, which means that the organization seems to enjoy annual revenue of about 3 billion dollars, comparable in terms of profits with Netflix or, for the case even with Facebook.”
The NYT Magazine highlights the figure as almost mythical as” a drug dealer in Mexico,” which with its low and sturdy constitution, the drug dealer is 55 years old, he actually has in years, approximately 150 drug outlets.
The Magazine tells the story of a drug dealer and it accompanied by a comic book illustrating a Colonel and his wife Emma gave birth to a couple of heiresses whose birth certificate has no father’s name, and how has his ” Empire,” according to the DEA, sell more drugs today than Pablo Escobar was selling at the peak of his career. ” El Chapo” according to the NYT, is a man who is constantly innovating,” and has devised an efficient solution to the challenge of moving crossing marijuana across the border, there” they cultivate it, while ” heroin is easier to smuggle, but more difficult to produce,”
”Joaquin Guzman personally negotiated shipments to the United States and supports quality …” According to the report, the Sinaloa Cartel quickly exploded the methamphetamine trade which is the future of the business.” ” But the great contribution of “El Chapo is ‘to the techniques of drug trafficking: narcotúneles”, and even gives details,” the Douglas tunnel remains the masterpiece of the bonnet, an emblem of their creative genius.”
On the organizational structure of the Sinaloa Cartel The NYT says that” in order to reduce the likelihood of clashes, the cartel raised the ancient art of dynastic marriages. It has even been talk of an alliance of blood, because many of its prominent members are” in-laws. For example, Emma Coronel, who gave birth to the twins, is a niece of Colonel”” Nacho (who died in a clash with the Army in 2010).
The report warns that” El Chapo” ”might be more troubled today than at any other time in his career,” he said that several US officials have said that a window” for the capture of Guzman will close when Calderon leaves office.”
In addition, the Sinaloa Cartel is under the threat of competition from”” The Zetas that have been expanding in the Mexican territory with bloody raids. However, the text concludes by recalling that ”El Chapo” continues to expand to Europe, Australia and even” no indication” that explores opportunities in China and Japan.