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United States' Drug Trafficking Problem

  • Date Submitted: 09/06/2012 04:14 PM
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DRUG TRAFFICKING
KRISTY WILLIAMS
ENG 122
PROF VINESKI
07/31/12

The topic that I chose is Drug Trafficking in the United States. I chose this topic because I think that the drug dilemma is a major problem in the United States today. This subject touches me dearly because a lot of my family members are on drugs. I feel we need to address this because I have boys who are growing up and I don’t want them to feel they need to depend on drugs to make them feel better if they are going through any problems.
I think it is very important to know how is it so easy for our youths to be able to get a hold of drugs so easily. The drug dilemma has taken over America. We need to solve this problem that has taken over the world. What can we do to help get rid of the drugs coming into the country. There are people who think if we legalized some of the drugs, this will help us to deal with it better. I am going to research these findings. I plan to look for sources on the internet and the school library for different books and the proquest has journals that are effective to use.
When I look at my sources I found that the U.S. primary entry for cocaine shipments is the U.S Mexican border which holds approximately 65 percent of drugs that is smuggled into the United States. There are organized crime groups that control the worldwide supply of cocaine that come straight out of Columbia. I also found that Chicago is the control command center for their cocaine operations. “The Columbian trafficking are now faced with prospect of extradition for overt acts committed on or after December 17, 1997 that the amendment went into effect”. The trafficking route moves from the Pacific Ocean towards the United States. Columbian groups are the largest, wealthiest and most sophisticated organizations trafficking in cocaine. The key is the domination of controlling the processed laboratories that is used to convert the coca.

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