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By: Ioan Grillo, Contributor Dec. Going north to the mineral-rich city of Iguala, he says, the area is dominated by gangsters who call themselves the "Guerreros Unidos," or Warriors United, a fragment of the older Beltran Leyva cartel, which is a break-off from the more notorious Sinaloa cartel.
Turning west from Iguala, the highway then crosses into the territory of the so-called La Familia cartel, led by a local mobster nicknamed "El Guero" or Whitey, who is reported to be barely in his 20s. This cell of La Familia is also battling a splinter group known as the "Tequileros" the Tequila drinkers , which dominates a mountainous area above the highway that is known for heroin production.
Fighting between these two groups as well as government forces has caused many residents to abandon their homes, leaving phantom villages.
Following the highway south, the road then twists into the domain of the "Caballeros Templarios," or Knights Templar, a once-mighty cartel that has been largely destroyed but has a few surviving outposts. Alvarez rattles off these groups before even beginning to describe the half dozen groups fighting over the state capital Chilpancingo and the sprawling seaside resort city of Acapulco.
The many frontlines lead to a very high number of homicides. Guerrero boasts a murder rate that is six times higher than that of Louisiana, the U. Similar frontlines between splintered cartels cut through large swaths of Mexico, from the 2,mile border with the U. Mexico's so-called drug war now involves dozens of crime groups fighting each other in multiple battles crisscrossing the country. This cartel fragmentation is one of the key reasons that Mexico is suffering a new high in overall violence.