Russian Organized Crimes
Mexico is targeting a gang that is said to have infiltrated the mining industry. The gang is said to be operating across nations. In this regard, it has links that extend to china. The gang is believed to operate along a hierarchy which supports all operations that entail it. The gang is reported to have been in place for more than a decade in a way that violates rights of Mexican citizens. Its activities are criminal in nature. It regulates all activities that involve mining in Mexico. Its regulation facets are along the realms of production, exportation and acquisition of revenue received as a result of their extensively networked parameters.
In our discussions about Organized crimes in Russia, it was clear that organized crimes committed were oriented upon the discovery of oil. Individuals form a series of hierarchical groups with a sole purpose of evading taxes in the businesses that entailed oil. These groups end up coming up with policies that support their affairs and operations. In Russia, it is estimated that about seventy percent all towns in the densely dominated country have instances of organized crimes. Just as from the information in the Journal article, it is obvious that, Russian Organized Crimes have group leaders who facilitate the primary operations of ensuring that their business ventures in terms of crimes are well facetted. In the same case, the gang as per the article assumes an organizational structure in terms of membership, roles and operations. Russia Organized Crimes in the United States attribute to the fall of the Soviet Union. It can be deducted that crimes committed as a result of an organized grouping in assume a common ancestry in terms of what entails an organized crime and factors that distinguish it from other crimes.
Villegas, P. (2014, March 5). Mexico Targets Gang That Infiltrated the Mining Industry. New York Times, pp. 12-15.