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📒The Cartel 4 by Ashley
The Cartel 4 Summary : You thought The Cartel was over, but Diamonds are forever. . . . The Diamond family has survived murder, deceit, and betrayal. Through it all, they're still standing tall, and a new era has begun. After surviving a failed attempt on her life, Breeze has moved into the queen's position by Zyir's side. Zyir has taken over the empire and locked down Miami's streets. He has the world in his palms, but there is always new blood ready to overthrow the throne. Young Carter has retired and moved away from the madness—that is, until he gets an unexpected visitor at his home. This person shakes up the whole family, causing chaos that threatens to bring down the Cartel for good. New York Times bestselling authors Ashley and JaQuavis deliver the highly anticipated fourth installment of the wildly popular Cartel series.
📒The Cartel by Ashley
The Cartel Summary : When Carter Diamon, the leader of The Cartel, which controls eighty percent of the cocaine industry, dies, his illegitimate son, Carter Jones, takes his place and starts sleeping with the enemy--Miamor, the leader of The Murder Mamas, who wants to take down The Cartel. Original.
📒The Cartel by Evan Whitton
The Cartel Summary : This critique of the Australian legal system argues that the present system often obstructs justice, that common law does not seek the truth and that trials are not designed to achieve a just outcome . Discusses topics such as the jury system, civil litigation, the right of silence, the adversary system and the doctrine of precedent. Includes references and an index. The author is a journalist with 'The Australian'. He was five times winner of the Walkley Award for National Journalism and author of 'Can of Worms' 'Amazing Scenes' and 'Trial by Voodoo'.
📒The Cartel by Taylor Branch
The Cartel Summary : "College athletes are not slaves," writes Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Taylor Branch in "The Cartel: Inside the Rise and Imminent Fall of the NCAA." "Yet to survey the scene-corporations and universities enriching themselves on the backs of uncompensated young men, whose status as 'student-athletes' deprives them of the right to due process guaranteed by the Constitution-is to catch the unmistakable whiff of the plantation." Branch, best known for his award-winning trilogy about the civil rights movement, "Parting the Waters," argues that decades of greed and self-interest have finally caught up with the NCAA and that the organization is poised to collapse under the weight of its own hypocrisy. From Reggie Bush and Cam Newton to Ohio State and the University of Miami, it's been one big sports scandal after another. But the true scandal, argues Branch in this gripping, deeply reported narrative, is the parasitic structure of college sports, a business that generates billions of dollars in revenue every year yet fails to provide even workers' compensation for its young performers. The outrage, he writes, is "not that students are getting illegally paid or recruited, it's that two of the noble principles by which the NCAA justifies its existence-'amateurism' and the 'student-athlete'-are cynical hoaxes, legalistic confections propagated by the universities so they can exploit the skills and fame of young athletes. The tragedy at the heart of college sports is not that some college athletes are getting paid, but that more of them are not." A portion of "The Cartel" was first published in different form in the October 2011 issue of "The Atlantic," and it set off a firestorm of controversy and an avalanche of praise. "Sports Illustrated's" Frank Deford, speaking on National Public Radio, said Branch's story "may well be the most important article ever written about college sports." Now the full, landmark story is available. "The Cartel" is classic investigative journalism of the highest order, by one of America's most admired historians. "The Cartel" is published by Byliner through a partnership with "The Atlantic." ABOUT THE AUTHOR Taylor Branch is the author of the three-volume history of the civil-rights movement, "America in the King Years," for which he won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Among his many other books are "The Clinton Tapes: Wrestling History with the President" and "Second Wind" (with Bill Russell).
📒The Cartel by Stephen Breen
The Cartel Summary : 'It's incisive, it's intriguing, it's fascinating' - Ryan Tubridy, RTÉ 'Fascinating!' Keith Ward, FM104 The definitive account of the rise of the Kinahan gang and the deadly feud that has shocked the nation. He is one of Ireland's most successful CEOs, running a global multinational with operations on every continent and a turnover in the billions. However, Christy Kinahan will never be fêted in the financial press. For his business - drugs, guns, money-laundering, murder - also makes him Ireland's leading criminal. While Kinahan kept a low profile as he grew his empire, by the time his crime cartel shot to public attention in 2010 it was known to European police forces for over a decade. In that year police raided members' homes and premises in Spain, Ireland the UK. By then Kinahan and his sons Daniel and Christopher Jr were already among the richest men in Europe, with an estimated joint worth of €750m. However, events in February 2016 made Kinahan a household name. A daring and deadly gun attack in a suburban Dublin hotel - an attack targeting Daniel Kinahan (who escaped) - stunned the public and exposed the depth of enmity between the Kinahans and the family and associates of the veteran Dublin criminal, Gerry Hutch. Despite an intense garda crack-down on the gangsters' activities, the body count continues to rise. The Cartel gives behind-the-scenes story of that initial Spanish-led raid on the Kinahans. The authors have had exclusive access to the wiretaps that tracked the cartel for two years and talked to key officers who investigated them. They expose the criminal clan's aims and actions - in members' own words - and reveal the surprising truths behind how they built their empire. And The Cartel brings the story bang up-to-date to explain the origins of and fall-out from the feud with the Hutches, one of the most violent and vicious Ireland has ever known - and one that could be the undoing of the Kinahans. The authors' combined depth of knowledge - Stephen Breen has been a crime correspondent for over 15 years and in addition to writing about crime for over a decade, Owen Conlon is a fluent Spanish speaker - has culminated in a detailed and gripping account of double-crossing, vengeance and murder.
📒Pitbulls In A Skirt 2 The Cartel Publications Presents by Mikal Malone
Pitbulls In A Skirt 2 The Cartel Publications Presents Summary : Drug dealers Mercedes, Yvette, Carissa, and Kenyetta deal with tumultuous romances and battle to stay in control of Emerald City, one of Washington, D.C.'s deadliest projects, when rivals attempt to take over the area.
📒Poison 2 The Cartel Publications Presents by KD Harris
Poison 2 The Cartel Publications Presents Summary : The chicks you love to hate are back! After witnessing the vicious murder of her beloved sister, the infamous "Queen Kat," Nyse, vows to bring demise to the culprit responsible for her slaying. Which is none other than Fatal. Just as Nyse begins to put her plans into motion, she receives yet another slap to the face when she finds out that her family has teamed up with Eliza Gibbs, to take the only person she has left out of her life, her newborn son. Feeling abandoned and alone, Nyse calls up a few old friends for reinforcement to set things in order..."Nyse Style." When things get out of hand, Nyse finds herself fighting for survival in a place she never would expect, her own home. On the other hand, her rival Fatal, finds herself facing demons from her past, and begins to question her life style. And then, an old friend that she would have loved to forget reenters her life in need of a favor. Before long, Fatal finds herself head first into drama only this time the stakes are higher. And if she s not careful she may suffer the fate she has delivered to others! A must read, Poison 2 ends with nothing less than a heart pounding standing ovation!!
📒The Cartel by Graham Johnson
The Cartel Summary : A global workforce. Billions in sales. But, unlike Tesco or BP, few have heard of it. The Cartel is Britain’s biggest drugs organisation, a shadowy network stretching from the freezing, fog-banks of the Mersey to the glittering marinas of Marbella, from the coffee shops of Amsterdam to the trading floors of Canary Wharf. Run by godfathers as rich as Branson but kept in line by a new generation of teenage killers. Here is the inside story.
📒The Cartel Offence by Mark Furse
The Cartel Offence Summary : This book deals with the cartel offence introduced into UK law by the Enterprise Act 2002. It is now, for the first time, a criminal offence to operate certain cartel arrangements in the UK, and those found guilty of the offence face the prospect of fines and/or imprisonment. This presents new challenges for competition lawyers, who may not have expertise in criminal law, and criminal lawyers who are unlikely to have expertise in the complex substantive issues raised by competition law. This book addresses these issues, providing a guide to the workings of the provisions, explanations of the definitions set out in the Act, and an analysis of the relationship of the new offence with the existing UK and EC competition law. Human rights issues and practical considerations in the application of the relevant procedural law are also dealt with. Relevant OFT guidance and statutory provisions are published in the Appendix.
📒The Cartel by Don Winslow
The Cartel Summary : __________________________ From the bestselling author of the acclaimed The Power of the Dog comes The Cartel, a gripping true-to-life epic, ripped from the headlines, spanning the past decade of the Mexican–American drug wars. It’s 2004. DEA agent Art Keller has been fighting the war on drugs for thirty years in a blood feud against Adan Barrera, the head of El Federación, the world’s most powerful cartel, and the man who brutally murdered Keller’s partner. Putting Barrera away costs Keller dearly – the woman he loves, the beliefs he cherishes, the life he wants to lead. Then Barrera gets out, determined to rebuild the empire that Keller shattered. Unwilling to live in a world with Barrera in it, Keller goes on a ten-year odyssey to take him down. The Cartel is a true-to-life story of power, corruption, revenge, honour and sacrifice, as one man tries to face down the devil without losing his soul.