Rural communities have a long history of dealing with the negative impact of the drug trade, particularly in the United States.
The Black Belt and the Plains, for example, have long been home to numerous drug cartels that have targeted both rural and urban communities, and have taken advantage of poor people’s fear of getting caught by police to peddle drugs to them.
While it is important for the public to know about these criminal organizations, there is a lot of misinformation out there about the drug war.
While most people know the names of the most notorious criminal organizations in the country, it is rarely the case that they are also the ones who are most active and involved in the drug market.
This article will provide a brief overview of what is known about the drugs being trafficked in the Black Belt, the Plains and rural communities in the South.
While the drugs traffickers themselves may not be involved in drug trafficking, it does not mean that they have not made their way into those communities through the drug wars.
The most important thing is to educate yourself on the drug problem and make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into.
It’s easy to be caught up in the hype, but that can have tragic consequences.
Learn more about the Drug War and the Black Economy in the National Border Patrol Council’s new book, Drugs of the South: How the War on Drugs and the War On Drugs Have Created a Rural Economy that is Worse Than Any Other in America.