The Scorpion's Dance

The Scorpion's Dance

by David Hume
     
 

Forty years after President Nixon declared a "War on Drugs", the worldwide demand for illicit drugs has not lessened, the profits of the international drug cartels have increased and the resulting corruption has created Narco-governments in many countries. This "War" has accounted for billions of dollars spent on benign enforcement efforts, put millions of simple drug… See more details below

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Forty years after President Nixon declared a "War on Drugs", the worldwide demand for illicit drugs has not lessened, the profits of the international drug cartels have increased and the resulting corruption has created Narco-governments in many countries. This "War" has accounted for billions of dollars spent on benign enforcement efforts, put millions of simple drug users in US prisons, neglected the root causes of illegal drug use, ignored legalization measures and during a six-year period, the "Mexican Drug War" left over 120,000 persons maimed, missing or murdered.
When Lieutenant Christopher Garcia, the Coast Guard's Chief of Intelligence in San Juan, Puerto Rico, initiates an aggressive patrol program, the drug seizure rate soars, but not everyone is pleased; Garcia and his team have unknowingly entered the exclusive territory of a rogue group of US Customs agents and drug-traffickers who decide that the Coast Guard must be stopped...no matter the method, the cost or the consequences.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781492914594
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/23/2013
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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