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Ecuadorean officials arrested Miguel Dutan Meneses, a suspected member of the network of... ReadLeer
/ Ecuador

Suspected Human Smuggler Arrested in Ecuador

Drug Trafficking Organizations (DTO) like Mexico's La Familia, is entering the cattle rustling... ReadLeer
/ Environmental Crime

New Trade for Traffickers: Cattle Rustling

Six Guatemalan former military were sentenced to prison this week in Mexico for working with the... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

Guatemalans Working with Zetas Sentenced

Nicolás Rodríguez Bautista, alias "Gabino," was a peasant recruit who rose to become the... ReadLeer
/ Colombia Personalities

Nicolás Rodríguez Bautista, alias ‘Gabino’

In an illustration of the reach of the Beltrán Leyva Organization, an associate of Edgar Valdez... ReadLeer
/ Beltran Leyva Org

Alleged ‘Barbie’ Associate Facing Charges in Costa Rica

Fernando Sanchez Arellano, alias "El Ingeniero" or "Fernandito," was the enigmatic head of the... ReadLeer
/ El Ingeniero (Tijuana)

Fernando Sanchez Arellano, alias ‘El Ingeniero’

Erickson Vargas Cardenas, alias "Sebastian," is a former hitman turned leader of the feared Oficina... ReadLeer
/ Colombia Personalities

Erickson Vargas Cardenas, alias ‘Sebastian’ (Oficina)

From an October 27, 2010 report by Kevin Casas-Zamora of the Brookings... ReadLeer

Paying Attention to Central America’s Drug Trafficking Crisis

Jeremy McDermott (foreground) and Steven Dudley.
InSight Crime’s objective is to increase the level of research, analysis and investigation on... ReadLeer

About InSight Crime

Eliecer Erlinto Chamorro, alias "Antonio Garcia," is the number two commander in Colombia’s... ReadLeer
/ Antonio García

Eliecer Erlinto Chamorro, alias ‘Antonio Garcia’

Mexican authorities are making it seem as if Edgar Valdez Villareal, alias “La Barbie,” is... ReadLeer
/ Beltran Leyva Org

‘Barbie’ Talks?

A new study by the Congressional Commission on Development of the Municipalities in Mexico says... ReadLeer
/ Mexico

63pc of Mexican Municipalities ‘Inflitrated’ by Traffickers