Narcoterrorist

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Narcoterrorist

A person or group that conducts violent activities targeted at anti-narcotic police and similar forces. The term is also used for terrorism funded by drug trafficking. Narcoterrorism poses significant political risk in various areas of the world, notably in part of South America.
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"Colombians must be clear that we are not facing a new guerrilla, but facing the criminal threats of a gang of narco-terrorists who have the shelter and support of the dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro," the Colombian president said.
As Maduro and his gang of narco-terrorists thugs continue holding the Venezuelan people hostage under their failed socialist regime, the United States Senate is sending a clear bi-partisan message by introducing the VERDAD Act (Venezuela Emergency Relief, Democracy Assistance, and Development Act), said Rubio.
In 2017, Mexico recorded 29,168 murders, many at the hands of narco-terrorists. However, 35 million tourists from around the world still chose to visit.
"Don't vote for politicians who are involved in drugs, who are narco-terrorists and corrupt," he said.
Polls say most Colombians loathe the Farc rebels and show no hesitation in labelling them "narco-terrorists" for their heavy involvement in Colombia's cocaine trade, an association for which members of the group's top leadership have been indicted in the US.
On Wednesday, during a visit to Camp Swift Army National Guard Training Center outside Austin, Perry said the troops were needed to defend the nation against ''narco-terrorists.'' Perry, a Republican possibly mulling a run for the White House, had said the soldiers were necessary to help secure the border while the Border Patrol was busy with a surge in illegal immigration.
"These are narco-terrorists, because they are terrorizing America.
Narco-terrorists have established routes through West Africa to emerging markets in the region and Asia.
For example, say that in 1994, a gun manufacturer exported around 5000 military grade rifles to Colombia, so that its special forces could use them as they battled the narco-terrorists in the rainforest.
The used terms fulfill not only a denominative function, but an attributive one as well: terrorist group, narco-terrorists, armed column (El Comercio); criminal organization, narco-Shining Path, organized crime (La Republica).
Los Angeles, CA, May 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Is it possible for a person to understand terrorism well enough to predict the plans of not only Islamic terrorists, and Narco-terrorists, but also global financial terrorists?
Alleged narco-terrorists such as these, who traffic drugs in West Africa and elsewhere, are some of the world's most violent and brutal criminals.