Narconon Drug Rehab Ė Drug Trafficking Into Arizona Brings Kidnapping And Violence With It
Released on: February 02, 2011, 1:14 pm
Author: Leland Michaels
Every time law enforcement gains an advantage over drug
cartels bringing their loads over the border into the U.S., the cartels
adapt to the pressure and change their tactics. In previous decades,
drug cartels used Miami, Tijuana and El Paso as portals for their drug
smuggling. The last few years, the Arizona border has been the target
of cartels. Wide-open deserts and remote Native American reservations
have been some of the primary channels used for the movement of tons of
But along with the drugs, Arizona and, in particular, Phoenix have inherited other
crimes. Some law enforcement bodies report that Phoenix is experiencing an average
of one kidnapping a day. In the whole world, only Mexico City has more kidnappings.
The kidnappings relate to drug debts that have not been paid and other
drug-smuggling offenses. They also relate to the trafficking of humans that has
followed the path of drug smuggling.
The people doing the drug smuggling and the human trafficking have one terrible
characteristic in common: they are criminals willing to use any level of violence to
achieve their aims.
The volume of drugs and illegal immigrants coming across the border is staggering.
Border Patrol agents in Arizona alone arrest an average of 900 illegal immigrants a
day. And last year, they seized 1.2 million pounds of marijuana – more than a ton
and a half every day.
In Arizona, we have the situation of the drug war in Mexico spilling over into the
United States. It is not something we can ignore. Demand reduction through effective
rehabilitation and drug education is an essential component to ending this dangerous
and violent situation.
This article is brought to you by Narconon International. Narconon is an
international organization dedicated to the elimination of drug addiction through
the Narconon drug rehab program and
The Narconon drug and alcohol rehabilitation program brings about a lower demand for
drugs by enabling its graduates to live a drug-free life after graduation. Further,
the Narconon drug education curriculum has been proven to lower drug use statistics
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