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作者 Grayson, George W., 1938-
書名 La Familia drug cartel : implications for U.S.-Mexican security / George W. Grayson
出版項 Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2010
國際標準書號 9781584874713 (pbk.)
1584874716 (pbk.)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館  355.00973 Ar59  2010 v.12 pt.3    在架上  -  30500101396037
說明 xi, 111 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
附註 "December 2010."
"La Familia Michoacana burst onto the national stage on September 6, 2006, when ruffians crashed into the seedy Sol y Sombra nightclub in Uruapan, Michoaca⁺ѓn, and fired shots into the air. They screamed at the revelers to lie down, ripped open a plastic bag, and lobbed five human heads onto the beer-stained black and white dance floor. The day before these macabre pyrotechnics, the killers seized their prey from a mechanic's shop and hacked off their heads with bowie knives while the men writhed in pain. "You don't do something like that unless you want to send a big message," said a U.S. law-enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity about an act of human depravity that would "cast a pall over the darkest nooks of hell." The desperados left behind a note hailing their act as "divine justice," adding that: "The Family doesn't kill for money; it doesn't kill women; it doesn't kill innocent people; only those who deserve to die, die. Everyone should know . . . this is divine justice." While claiming to do the "Lord's work," the ruthless leaders of this syndicate have emerged as the dominant exporter of methamphetamines to the United States, even as they control scores of municipalities in Michoaca⁺ѓn and neighboring states." -- Strategic Studies Institute web site
Includes bibliographical references (p. 84-100)
Summary -- Introduction -- Michoaca⁺ѓn's changing landscape -- Origins and evolution of La Familia Michoacana -- Importance of La⁺ѓzaro Ca⁺ѓrdenas -- Cucaracha effect -- Leadership and organization -- La Tuta -- Ideology -- Indoctrination -- Narco-banners -- Mass communication -- Narcocorridos -- Brutality -- Resources -- Drug revenues -- Extortion -- Kidnapping -- Businesses -- Weapons -- Conflict between La Familia and Los Zetas -- Dual sovereignty -- La Familia and the United States -- Conclusion : steps to curb La Familia's ability to export drugs to the United States
EAS: HM
主題 Organized crime -- Mexico
Drug traffic -- Mexico
Cartels -- Mexico
Terrorism -- Mexico -- Religious aspects
Drug control -- Mexico
Drug control -- United States
National security -- Mexico
National security -- United States
Mexico -- Foreign relations -- United States -- 21st century
United States -- Foreign relations -- Mexico -- 21st century
Alt Author Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute
Alt Title La Familia drug cartel: implications for U.S.-Mexican security
Implications for United States-Mexican security
Implications for US-Mexican security
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