Did Joaquin Guzman Create a Multi-Billion Dollar Drug Trade, or Did a Multi-Billion Dollar Drug Trade Create Him?
Atlanta, Georgia USA - On the heels of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s arrest, the stories are rampant about the multi-billion dollar drug trade which he and his cartel members have manufactured.
“It’s about more than just the money that motivates men like Guzman to become entrenched in the world of illegal narcotics,” says G. Patrick Howell, former undercover agent and founder of Undercover No More. Howell, who was assigned to drug enforcement for 13 years, knows firsthand how tempting the lifestyle can be.
“Aside from the insane amount of money to be made in the drug trade, it’s easy to become addicted to power, adrenaline, and the respect their position of authority commands,” claims Howell. Men have an innate desire for greed, sex and power. That certainly doesn’t justify the actions of men like Guzman, but we often seek to meet those desires any way we can. For men like El Chapo, drug trafficking itself is an addiction.
Howell, formerly one of the top undercover agents in the country, went into deep cover during a year-long, federal organized crime investigation. The operation was said to be one of the most elaborate undercover fronts for drug trafficking in the country. “I was ultimately seduced by the lifestyle,” Howell admits. We are all susceptible to negative influences, but some people are more at risk than others.
During his thirteen-year law enforcement career, Howell was involved in the investigation and apprehension of drug traffickers from the United States to South America and Mexico. Howell is dedicated to helping ordinary people bust the impostors in their own lives. On Howell’s website http://www.undercovernomore.com a short quiz will reveal if the real you is living undercover.
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