Sinaloa Cartel’s deadly twist: why it is switching from cocaine and heroin to fentanyl

The Mexican cartels, faithful to the concept of 'giving the client what he asks for', changed their structure in favor of these new drugs that claim an average of 64 overdose deaths per day in the USA.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Sinaloa Cartel built a veritable cocaine empire that resulted, according to the DEA, in the shipment of over 1 million kilos to the United States.

However, over the years, client demand changed, as users were no longer satisfied with the drugs popular in the 70s, 80s and 90s, and now demanded much more powerful drugs that ultimately renewed catalogs, while also making them more dangerous due to their lack of scientific documentation.

The Mexican cartels, faithful to the concept of 'giving the client what he asks for', changed their structure in favor of these new . . .

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