When you can’t use the term ‘dillon’ to describe the Mexican cartel
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The term ‘Mexican cartel’ has been a source of debate for decades.
There are several ways in which it can be used, and the term has been used in various ways, including by both sides.
The term ‘mexico cartel’ is a term used to describe both the Mexican and the Colombian cartels, the former led by the Sinaloa cartel.
The latter, the Gulf Cartel, is the Mexican group that controls the southern part of the US state of Texas.
It is not the cartel itself, but the people who have taken over from the former.
This is because the term Mexican cartel can be applied to a range of cartels, from the US to Mexico, and to individuals.
It does not necessarily refer to all cartel members.
In this case, it refers to the leadership and members of one cartel.
The origin of the term is unclear.
It was first used in the 1970s by US drug war researcher James Bovard.
However, he said that the term was coined in the 1990s by former Mexican government official Juan Jose Valdés.
Valdés said that Valdés had first coined the term in a speech to a congress, but later deleted it because he thought it sounded “unusual”.
Valdes was referring to the phrase ‘fiesta week’, which is a slang term used by the cartel’s leadership.
The term is also used by Valdés’s former bodyguard, Luis Guillermo Gonzalez, who was killed in January this year.
Gonzalez was one of Valdés ‘top lieutenants’, according to Valdés, and he used the term to refer to the cartel leaders.
According to Valdes, he first coined ‘Mexica cartel’ in a 2003 speech to Congress, in which he said: “If I had to guess, I’d say we’re all Mexican, because we’re Mexican, we’re Colombians, we’ve all been there, and we’re still here.
And we’re not going anywhere.”
Gonzales assassination was not the only time Valdés used the phrase, however.
In a speech he gave to a conference in March 2016, Valdés said: I don’t know if you’re going to ask me who I am, because I’m not going to tell you who I really am.
I’m a Mexican.
And in a video interview with El Universal in 2018, Valdes said: The phrase ‘Mexico cartel’, it’s a name that’s been used for 20 years.
Valdés also used the word in a 2016 speech to the Mexican Congress, where he said, “The name ‘Mexicans cartel’ means ‘people of Mexico’.”
Valdespes was one the highest ranking members of the Sino-American Drug War (SADV) when he was president of the Mexican drug cartel.
In 2016, the SADV began cracking down on drugs.
It had been a lucrative operation for the cartel, with billions of dollars in profits.
The cartel had a strong presence in the US and Latin America.
The SADC took on drug trafficking and organised crime groups, but in the early 2000s, the US began to look into the cartel and the cartel leadership.
In 2006, Valdespes stepped down as SADG commander, and was replaced by his nephew, Pablo Escobar.
The two men fought over the leadership of the cartel.
Escobar eventually died in the Gulf War in 2003.
In 2014, Valdests son, Jose Miguel Valdespas, was arrested and charged with drug trafficking.
He has since been extradited to the US.
In 2015, the DEA announced it had arrested three former members of Escobar’s SADP family.
The group had taken control of a cocaine manufacturing plant in Miami, Florida.
Escobar was found dead in 2001.
He had been on life support for the last 15 years.
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