A Matter of Serious Concern
From today’s SWJ post Sheriff and State Advisor Border Summits by Robert Bunker
The number of American cities that have the presence of at least one of the seven major Mexican Drug Cartels have more than tripled since 2010, according to the latest Department of Justice (DOJ) figures. That means that the cartels now have command and control networks in every corner of the United States, a fact that at very least should cause concern. The consequences of this, however, raise this concern to a major threat not only to the national security but to society at large. Young teenagers have become some of the most sought after employees for the cartels. The cartels of today are forward thinking organizations that have, among many other attributes, a military mindset and utilize highly sophisticated tactics. One example stems from the fact that kids today have been born and raised in technology and that makes their inherent talents a remarkably sought after skill in the drug-world.