THESE pictures lay bare the lavish lifestyles lapped up by Mexican drug cartel kingpins, with beautiful women, pet tigers and gold encrusted guns openly flaunted on Instagram. While wars between cocaine-dealing gangs fuel Britain's violent crime epidemic, their narco gang suppliers on the other side of the Atlantic are bombarding social media with thousands of flashy photos in a bid to prove that crime does pay. In Mexico a war is being fought on Instagram, where drug cartel members attempt to out-bling each other with photos of their ostentatious and opulent lives - paid for by cocaine users in the US, Europe and Britain. While British millennials insist on free-trade coffee and ethical fashion, a hypocritical nine per cent of 16 to year-olds also admit to hoovering up class A drugs over the past 12 months - helping fund the narco killers' flashy lifestyles. In fact it is a flood of cocaine that's currently fuelling Britain's terrifying rise in murders and moped robberies, according to a leaked Home Office report that revealed violent gangs are seeking out new territory in which to sell 'excess' drugs. The trend for narco gangs posting these outrageous social media images is believed to have been started by the sons of El Chapo - Mexico's most notorious drug lord.
The film was later screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. The film opened in selected cities in the United States on 27 October , and went into wide release on 10 November Babel focuses on four interrelated sets of situations and characters, and many events are revealed out of sequence. The film is edited in segments, patterned in the order shown below until towards the end of the film, at which point the order becomes randomized. The following plot summary has been simplified and thus does not reflect the exact sequence of the events on screen. In a desert in Morocco , Abdullah, a goatherder, buys a.
Presidential races are always contentious, but this year's campaigns have been especially polarizing. Republican nominee Donald Trump has been called out for a lot of issues, including his recent criticism of a judge overseeing a lawsuit against Trump University over his Mexican heritage, his stance on gun control after the Orlando shootings, and his, shall we say, checkered history with women. The latter has earned him even more heat since the announcement of his running mate, vice presidential candidate Mike Pence, who this year signed into law one of the most restrictive abortion statutes in the nation. Given the Republican Party's own conservative views on women's rights, it's not much of a surprise that women are coming together to make public statements about this week's Republican National Convention. A bit more surprising?
This is the story that started it all. Amid a shocking amount of strangely specific pornography was a box of Brace Godfrey books. He squinted up at the blazing sun without blinking, practically daring the fiery orb to blind him. The sun had done its damnedest in its effort to burn him, but only managed to tan his skin to the texture of fine Corinthian leather. Their reputation was solid and word was that nothing got past their network of gardeners, Mexican restaurant mariachi musicians, and border informants.