“The whole world knows that bin Laden never betrayed anyone,” Junior says, ashing his cigarette. Why the Sinaloa Cartel would allow a journalist to witness these scenes is a question that pervades the viewing experience, and is never satisfactorily answered. Directed by David Beriain. But in the course of the film, he is able to question farmers, chemists, cooks, drivers, boatmen, smugglers, gunrunners and hitmen on what they do, why it’s done, how much they earn, and why they choose this work. The camera pans the faces of the sleeping passengers. David Beriain gets into the Sinaloa Cartel, one of the world's most dangerous organizations dedicated to drug trafficking. When a boss falls and his top lieutenants turn on one other, the massive workforce beneath them keeps on as before. Hacer 'El cártel de Sinaloa' fue un reto mayúsculo. Finalmente el texto fue publicado un día después del anuncio de la recaptura del enemigo público. Warning: Not for the faint of heart. Not long after that, El Chapo’s flamboyant sons were briefly kidnapped in a bizarre raid at an expensive Puerto Vallarta restaurant known for its all-white interior. Documentary, Drugs, El Chapo, Latin, War on Drugs. “Look, I’m going to tell you something,” says Junior, charging the pistol and getting to his feet. Berain dijo que uno de los momentos en los que percibieron que la tensión subió al grado de peligrar sus vidas; fue una ocasión en la que, durante una reunión, uno de los herederos del imperio, hijo de marcos más importantes, se molestó con el periodista por una pregunta sobre la cacha de su pistola en la que se mostraba la imagen de Osama Bin Laden, el ex líder de Al Qaeda. The latest episodes of Beriain’s documentary series, Clandestino, which aired in Spain on the channel DMAX (and is available in full on YouTube), give an unprecedented look inside the largest narcotics operation in the history of the world at a critical moment for the Sinaloa Cartel, when leadership is split between warring factions at the top. At the Mexican border, the contraband flows both north and south. The partygoers on the dance floor barely react. A band is playing tubas and trombones and flashy revelers stand around luxury cars, firing guns in the air. With 100,000 slain in the last decade, the scale of Mexico’s drug war is on par with industrial warfare between nation-states, and the goal is largely the same: territorial control. Beriain follows Samantha through the airport at a distance. El periodista español, David Beriain, pasó tres meses conviviendo diariamente con integrantes de la organización criminal más poderosa del mundo, el Cártel de Sinaloa, mientras preparaba un reportaje que mostrara las entrañas de la grupo criminal que fue dirigido por Joaquín El Chapo Guzmán, antes de ser capturado en enero del 2016. NOTICIA: “Loyalty.”. Watch Chapter 1 here, and Chapter 2 here. Anybody know the name or where o can watch it? Add the first question. New documentary 'Clandestino' goes behind the scenes of Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel to explore bizarre and brutal reality of working for the world's largest drug syndicate. “What do you feel for your boss?” Beriain asks, referring to El Chapo. “After killing so many people,” says a hitman in a pink polo shirt who is said to have killed hundreds of people, “it turns into a vice. Durante los tres meses que pasó desde dentro del Cártel, Beriain pudo percatarse del funcionamiento y los métodos de traslado de la droga que busca como principal destino los consumidores en Estados Unidos. Shot.”, “There are necessities. In another scene in a warehouse Beriain notices a chair sitting on a sheet of plastic with a pair of handcuffs, rubber gloves, and a number of wicked-looking tools lying around. That means destroying their drug crops. EU no impondrá pena de muerte a Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán. Clandestino: Cártel de Sinaloa. A través de este formulario podrá compartir la nota que está leyendo. Rolling Stone Send a … Durante su acercamiento con el Cártel de Sinaloa el comunicador estuvo en contacto con miembros que están fuertemente armados y quienes le aseguraron que han derribado naves del gobierno mexicano. (In response to Rolling Stone’s request for comment, an automatic reply said that he was in El Salvador, filming new episodes of his show on the resurgence of death squads there.) Todos los campos son obligatorios. Son una vía para que estés en contacto directo con nuestra redacción. “You cannot lose it,” the smuggler says simply. The hitman in the passenger seat interrupts him: “We’re working here, mister.”. If I remember correctly it was a Spanish reporter and he gets in with Sinaloa cartel and rides around with them. Clandestino: Cártel de Sinaloa. If caught, the smuggler would face a minimum sentence of ten years and a maximum of life in prison.