Mexico is a major drug transit and producing country. Mexico remains the main foreign suppler of cannabis and an important entry point of South American cocaine.
The largest cartel in Mexico is the Sinaloa Cartel. While there are reports about internal conflicts among the leadership, it still remains the dominant drug cartel in the country.
In this documentary, a reporter gets unprecedented access a cartel’s industrial-scale drug labs. Across the entire country, gangs profit from the insatiable appetite for illegal drugs like crack, cocaine, and methamphetamine from neighboring countries.
Today, the drug industry in Mexico is a billion dollar a year industry. Virtually all walks of life are involved. And this documentary helps you better understand it.
Frank Lucas was an American drug trafficker who operated in Harlem during the late 1960s and early 1970s. He was known for cutting out middlemen in the drug trade and buying heroin...