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Narcoterrorism

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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A 30-member police patrol, led by three captains, who were supposed to carry out a joint effort with the Navy and the Air Force, were ordered to go to the area where the narcoterrorists had downed the helicopter in which Capt.
62 mm caliber ammunition used by the narcoterrorists.
Guts and money are sometimes enough for finding people willing to infiltrate narcoterrorists.
Delegitimizing narcoterrorists is not the same as countering socioterrorism.
Narcoterrorists have the motivation, the resources, and the ruthlessness to increase the level of violence in the United States substantially.
The recurring image of the Middle Eastern terrorist slipping across borders with forged passports has been enlarged to include the indiscriminate violence associated with narcoterrorists.
An earlier treaty in 1987 had been declared unconstitutional by Colombia's Supreme Court, after another narcoterrorist killing spree.
We are refocusing this strategic capability more intensely in Afghanistan in an effort to counter the increasing threat of a well-armed anti-Coalition militia, Taliban, al Qaeda, criminal gangs, narcoterrorists, and any other anti-government elements that threaten the peace and stability of Afghanistan.
About Oliver North and the narcoterrorists he protected?
In the meantime, however, it suffered serious penetration from the Cali cartel, that was, according to intellectuals and officials, "narcotrafficker but not narcoterrorist.