The Last Narc

While you may know about the CIA smuggling drugs into the United States, American crack-cocaine kingpin 'Freeway Ricky Ross' and Mercury News reporter 'Gary Webb' (who broke the story), you may not know the intertwining story of what was going on South of the Border with the DEA's top undercover agent, Hector Berrellez, and the shocking discoveries he made involving untouchable 'CIA badge carrying' Cartel bosses and enforcers, a young Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, George H. Bush and other top government officials working alongside drug cartels to fund 'Black Budget Operations' under the nose of the US Congress. This story is told both from the perspective of DEA agents, Crooked Cops and former Cartel insiders who have survived the violence. This story revolves around the bone-chilling details behind the notorious kidnapping, torture and murder of DEA Agent "Kiki" Camarena after he stumbled upon an enormous marijuana plantation protected by the CIA.

The US government filed a lawsuit to stop the release of this documentary, but failed. ????

Part 1 of 4: In the mid-1970s, the newly formed DEA recruits two Mexican-American street cops: Kiki Camarena and Hector Berrellez; Kiki is assigned to Guadalajara, home turf of the Guadalajara Cartel, while Hector targets cartel operations in Los Angeles.

IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt12163674/
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yC9zhwPRxzQ

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Jun 19 '22, 16:47
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