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Clandestino: Sinaloa Cartel Documentary by David Beriain

Thursday, February 9, 2017 18:41
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Original article available at DMAX
Translated by El Wachito

In Spain, the number 13 is the a number that represents bad luck and 18 represents the age when you become an adult. In El Salvador, these numbers are a synonym of death and violence. In our country, the number 701 does not represent anything. In the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, this number represents a symbol of support and admiration towards their “Mr” el ‘Chapo’ Guzman, who’s fortune ranks him in the 701 place of the Forbes magazine. 

The war between the Mexican Cartels has already left more deaths than the number of casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan together. In El Salvador, the murder rate is the same as the one in Iraq during the worst times of the conflict. Journalist David Beriain comes back to DMAX to disclose what, and who hides behind those casualties, that have made Central America one of the most dangerous regions of the planet.

Once again, the journalist David, will showcase from the monitors of DMAX the clandestine sites that only him is able to obtain access, which has become an ability that made him one of the most recognize journalist in the industry of the documentary journalism.

 After impressing his spectators with ‘Amazonas Clandestino’ and with the first season of ‘Clandestino’, he has come back with five new documentary blocks of one hour each, divided in two thematic blocks that revolve around the most famous drug cartel of the world and the extreme violence of gangs. Two realities that the journalist will show us from first hand.

“Making ‘El Cartel de Sinaloa’ was a mayor challenge. We infiltrated the cartel in one of the most complicated moments, after the capture of “El Chapo” Guzman in the middle of a power struggle to succed him. It was a challenge to gain their trust in a moment where they didn’t trust each other” explained the journalist Navarro. In regards to the episodes of the violence in El Salvador, Beriain assures that “Its one of the most impressive stories that we have had the privilege of tell. In a country of wonderful people, we tried to tell a story about the justice and vengeance. A story that I believe, will not let anyone down”.

Instructions on how to set up automatic subtitles through youtube:

1.- Clic on the name of the documentary “Clandestino: El cartel de sinaloa temporada 2(which is actually the first episode)”  so it opens on Youtube.
2.- Once the documentary is running on youtube.com, clic on the configuration icon (mechanical nut shaped) 
3.- click on Subtitles
4.- Click on Automatic Translation 
5.- Choose the desire language



Source: http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/02/clandestino-sinaloa-cartel-documentary.html

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