How Mexican cartels took over Colombia’s cocaine business

The director of Criminal Investigation for the Colombian police has warned that Mexican cartels are increasingly encroaching deeper into the South American country.

Mexican cartels are becoming increasingly active in Colombian organized crime networks. It was revealed by the director of Judicial Investigation and Interpol (Dijin) of the Colombian National Police, Fernando Murillo.

The director of Criminal Investigation of the Colombian police detailed that so far this year, 23 men of Mexican nationality have been arrested for drug trafficking in the South American country, particularly in cities such as Bogota, Medellin, Cali, and Cartagena.

On May 19 alone, six . . .

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