The DEA's list of wanted drug lords is out of date after the capture of the infamous Mexican trafficker — so we made our own.
The number of kidnappings and extortions has reportedly gone down in recent years, but there are now signs of cartels laundering their profits through tequila brands.
When residents of Mexico's second largest city shop, eat, drink, dance, fill up their gas tanks, or even pay their rent, they may be inadvertently helping drug cartels.
Not even Mexico's famous tequila industry is immune to extortion and intimidation linked to the Cartel de Jalisco Nueva Generacion. On March 19, the group carried out another ambush on state forces, leaving 11 dead.