More from those honest, hardworking people

Mexican traffickers are supplying the New York City area with methamphetamine, attempting to create new clients in what historically has been a weak market for the drug.

“The Mexican cartels have been sending loads up to New York and telling traffickers, ‘See if you can get customers,’ ” said James Hunt, special agent-in-charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New York division. “They want to create an addict population.”

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9 Responses to More from those honest, hardworking people

  1. Dav says:

    A Wall would make it more difficult.

  2. orlin sellers says:

    George Carlin’s #1 Rule: Never believe Anything the government tells you.

  3. mark r says:

    Just doing jobs Americans don’t want to do.

    • anonymous says:

      Stole my answer sir.

      Sleasy ass dealers but it is a classic tactic to gain new clientele.

  4. i’m not going to subscribe to them just to read it

  5. FriscoKid says:


  6. Miles Long says:

    I wonder what the Hell’s Angels & Pagans have to say about that? Maybe they’ve moved on to more legitimate things than making/selling crank, but I doubt it.

    Paywall on the article. Fuck the WSJ.

    • Wirecutter says:

      I don’t know where you’re from but the biker clubs (no names mentioned) in California lost that traffic to the Mexican Cartels in the mid 1990s.

      WSJ allows 10 free articles a month.

  7. crazyeighter says:

    New Yorkers on meth…

Play nice.