Operation Durango Connection

Operation Durango Connection

Author: Matt Gavin

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595158058

Page: 316

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“The days are hot in Durango,” Jorge replied. ... get—Angel. Herrera campaign the code name in honor of Morgan Murphy, 8 Operation Durango Connection.

When Angel Herrera, boss of the notorious Mexican drug cartel known as the Durango Connection, is arrested and charged with possessing twelve kilograms of heroin, he turns to attorney Matt Gavin for help. The astute trial attorney agrees to represent the drug trafficker even though he knows that the 'War on Drugs' has caused DEA agents, prosecutors and judges to become maniacal enforcers of the nation's drug laws. Anyone who opposes them, drug traffickers or their lawyers who try to defend their constitutional rights, will suffer the revenge of the new law enforcement system. As the Angel Herrera case evolves from arrest through trial, the reader is given a rare insight into one of the most successful smuggling organizations in history. And through attorney Gavin's legal representation of the Bad Guys, the reader is provided with an accurate depiction of this country's drug cops, prosecutors, and judges-those who enforce drug laws with the motto: YOU HAVE TO GET AS LOW AND AS CROOKED AS A DRUG TRAFFICKER TO CATCH ONE. when this book is finished, the reader will ask: In the 'War on Drugs', just who are the Good Guys? Who are the Bad Guys? Who won? Who lost?



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