"Drug Smugglers on Drug Smuggling," based on interviews with
thirty-four high level drug smugglers in US federal custody,
examines the organizational structures of drug smuggling. Through
their interviews and tracking of the Colombia-US drug trade, Scott
Decker and Margaret Townsend Chapman find that the organizational
nature of international drug smuggling is not hierarchal, but
rather organized in series of networks that are often not well
connected. The book addresses a key concern about criminals, how
they organize themselves to reduce the risks of apprehension while
maintaining an effective organizational structure. "Drug Smugglers
on Drug Smuggling" combines insiders' view of the drug trade with
Decker and Chapman's incisive analysis, providing the reader with a
thorough picture of this complex subject.
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