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Behind this is a deep history of criminal activity. Transnational drug traffickers have for decades used the The repercussions of the trade have hit the local population the hardest.
Decades later, a larger player discovered that the islands were ideal for smuggling drugs north. Due to their specialty in navigating the Caribbean waters, locals were hired to transport gasoline out to sea to refuel large ships loaded with illicit cargo.
They would eventually move drugs themselves, making the three-hour speedboat journey to Nicaragua or the overnight trip to the Mexican coast. Locals were generally tolerant of the illegal activities happening on their islands, as these did not have a big impact on citizen security during the early years. Traffickers from the mainland would get together to organize shipments to the archipelago from the port cities of Cartagena or Barranquilla. The drugs would then continue on their journey to the United States, by sea or by land.
To ensure the family did not steal the cargo, a relative would travel with the drugs as insurance and return to the islands once the transaction was finalized.
They found a way around this by joining forces with one of the families. The other clan, now alone and without the finances to match their rivals, reached out for an ally. Most of the dead were members of the Rastrojos, who would ultimately be defeated, Sarmiento said. With the arrival of the BACRIM in the late s, murder rates and other types of illicit activities began to surge on the previously calm islands. From a population of approximately 77,, over people in the department are behind bars in the United States and Central America, according to the FES report.