'El Chapo' Guzman's powerful Sinaloa cartel is withering while he sits in a US jail - Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was extradited to the US on January 19 and has occupied a cell in a high-security facility in Manhattan ever since, awaiting his trial in April 2018.  As Guzman stews in his cell, largely isolated from the outside world, the cartel he guided to the top of Mexico's narco hierarchy has seen its power and reach erode, according to Mexican government data.  No…

'El Chapo' Guzman's powerful Sinaloa cartel is withering while he sits in a US jail

'El Chapo' Guzman's powerful Sinaloa cartel is withering while he sits in a US jail - Sinaloa cartel kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was extradited to the US on January 19 and has occupied a cell in a high-security facility in Manhattan ever since, awaiting his trial in April 2018. As Guzman stews in his cell, largely isolated from the outside world, the cartel he guided to the top of Mexico's narco hierarchy has seen its power and reach erode, according to Mexican government data. No…

Mexico's Attorney General's Office said it arrested a leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, identified as Iván "El Terrible"…

Mexico captures Jalisco New Generation Cartel leader 'El Terrible'

Mexico's Attorney General's Office said it arrested a leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, identified as Iván "El Terrible"…

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel is known for its hyper-aggressive, paramilitary tactics—now it’s bringing the terror to America’s doorstep.

Fighting Mexico’s New Super Cartel

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel is known for its hyper-aggressive, paramilitary tactics—now it’s bringing the terror to America’s doorstep.

8. Conflict on the decline After reaching its peak in 2011 with the New Generation Cartel’s dumping of bodies in the Boca Del Rio, the conflict between the Jalisco New Generation Cartel in Veracruz has dwindled to dormancy in recent years. Both continue to operate in Veracruz. Photo: AP

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8. Conflict on the decline After reaching its peak in 2011 with the New Generation Cartel’s dumping of bodies in the Boca Del Rio, the conflict between the Jalisco New Generation Cartel in Veracruz has dwindled to dormancy in recent years. Both continue to operate in Veracruz. Photo: AP

The Jalisco New Generation Cartel has violently surged during its roughly five-year existence.

Graphic video appears to show Mexican drug cartel members blowing up man, child

Graphic video appears to show Mexican drug cartel members blowing up man, child

Bloodbath in Mexico - Published on May 22, 2015 More than 40 killed in western Mexico Friday in a gunfight between suspected gang members of the Jalisco New Generation cartel and security forces.

Bloodbath in Mexico - Published on May 2015 More than 40 killed in western Mexico Friday in a gunfight between suspected gang members of the Jalisco New Generation cartel and security forces.

'My skin goes cold when I see a pickup or heavy traffic,' says one resident of the state that has seen a dramatic spike in crime and violence since the emergence of the Jalisco New Generation cartel.

Surviving the Narco-Blockades of Mexico's Jalisco State

'My skin goes cold when I see a pickup or heavy traffic,' says one resident of the state that has seen a dramatic spike in crime and violence since the emergence of the Jalisco New Generation cartel.

15.	The Jalisco New Generation Cartel has seen unprecedented expansion, growing to a major group in only five years, according to The Associated Press. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini, Associated Press / AP2012

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The Jalisco New Generation Cartel has seen unprecedented expansion, growing to a major group in only five years, according to The Associated Press.

7. Their "sworn enemy"Michael S. Vigil, former chief of international operations for the DEA , said Los Zetas have been at odds with the Jalisco new Generation Cartel for a decade, calling the cartel their “sworn enemy.” So much that the Jalisco New Generation Cartel also go by “Mata Zetas,” which means “kill zetas” in Spanish. Photo: YURI CORTEZ, AFP/Getty Images

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18.	It’s unclear exactly how much money the Jalisco New Generation Cartel makes off of the drug trade, but a U.S. indictment alleges that New Generation leader Nemesio Oseguera and his brother-in-law, Cuinis leader Abigael Gonzalez Valencia, make $10 million a year off of moving tons of cocaine that ultimately winds up in the United States from South America to Mexico, the Associated Press reported. Photo: Alexandre Meneghini, Associated Press / AP2012

13 things to know about Los Zetas, the ruthless Mexican drug cartel

13 things to know about Los Zetas, the ruthless Mexican drug cartel

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