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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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.
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.
The Humala administration more than doubled its counternarcotics budget from the previous year (from an estimated $102 million in 2011 to $220 million in 2012), which has already resulted in increases in the seizure of precursor chemicals and drugs, as well as the capture or death of several high-profile narco-terrorists.
Rubio added that Chavez isn't only a threat to Venezuelans' freedom and democracy but that he "supported Iran's regime in its attempts to expand its intelligence network throughout the hemisphere, facilitated money laundering activities that finance state sponsors of terrorism and provided a safe haven for FARC narco-terrorists, among many other actions.
He notes that almost everyone seems to be a land grabber these days, from super-financier George Soros and super-industrialist Richard Branson to Columbian narco-terrorists, Italian heiresses, an Irish dairy farmer in the Saudi desert, a former British army commander now tilling land in Guinea, and other characters who would seem almost unbelievable in even the most fantastic thriller novel.
Bout, 45, also angrily interrupted when federal prosecutor Brendan McGuire mentioned the massive "arsenal of weapons" that Bout offered to sell to undercover informants posing as Colombian narco-terrorists, The New York Times reports.
Small towns and rural areas of Colombia can still be extremely dangerous due to the presence of narco-terrorists.
Everyone is now singing the same tune, expressing the same fear of future "Islamists" and narco-terrorists who might be migrating outward fromAfghanistanafter 2014.
Viktor Bout was originally charged in March 2008 with conspiring to kill Americans by selling millions of dollars worth of weapons to Colombia-based narco-terrorists.