Narcoterrorism

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The financing of terrorist activities through illegal drug trafficking
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Over the last 17 years, the Joint Interagency Task Force-South (JIATF-S) has built an unparalleled network of law enforcement, intelligence, and military assets to focus on detecting the movements and shipments of narcoterrorist organizations.
South America also has domestic terrorists as well as narcoterrorists, and the moderate Arab states are always at risk.
The workers were kidnapped by narcoterrorists in the town of Kepashiato in the jungle province of La Convencion, Cusco region, on April 9.
Narcoterrorists present different challenges than socialist-inspired terrorism, or "socioterrorism.
As the process of reversion picks up, so do complaints in Panama that the US is ignoring its promise to clean up the facilities and complaints in Washington that the canal will not be properly defended against narcoterrorists and communists.
While foreign terrorist groups are generally assumed to have some infrastructure in place in the United States, only the narcoterrorists have an active network of operatives already engaged in violence in our communities.
Gilman and other hardliners accuse the Clinton administration of "naively cozying up to Colombia's narcoterrorists.
Secretary of Defense William Cohen, attending a meeting last November of the hemisphere's defense ministers in the Colombian port city of Cartagena, stressed the importance of restructuring the military so it can be more effective in combating the country's narcoterrorists and drug traffickers.
He seems to have been personally acquainted with many of Escobar's targets, and their influential families, and the politicians who issued wishful decrees, and the judges and editors and mayors under sentence of death, even the police and military for whom narcoterrorists were not usefully to be distinguished from E.
These threats can range from unsophisticated activist groups to highly sophisticated, well-armed, and welltrained professional career criminals or narcoterrorists.