9 Feb, 2017
Executive Order 13773: Enforcing Federal Law With Respect to Transnational Criminal Organizations and Preventing International Trafficking
United States. Office of the Federal Register
Trump, Donald, 1946-
"Transnational criminal organizations and subsidiary organizations, including transnational drug cartels, have spread throughout the Nation, threatening the safety of the United States and its citizens. These organizations derive revenue through widespread illegal conduct, including acts of violence and abuse that exhibit a wanton disregard for human life. They, for example, have been known to commit brutal murders, rapes, and other barbaric acts. These groups are drivers of crime, corruption, violence, and misery. In particular, the trafficking by cartels of controlled substances has triggered a resurgence in deadly drug abuse and a corresponding rise in violent crime related to drugs. Likewise, the trafficking and smuggling of human beings by transnational criminal groups risks creating a humanitarian crisis. These crimes, along with many others, are enriching and empowering these organizations to the detriment of the American people. A comprehensive and decisive approach is required to dismantle these organized crime syndicates and restore safety for the American people."
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  • Author
    Trump, Donald, 1946-
  • Publisher
    United States. Office of the Federal Register
  • Report Number
    Executive Order 13773; EO 13773
  • Date
    9 Feb, 2017
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Source
    Federal Register (February 14, 2017), v.82 no.29, p.10691
  • Subject
    Law and justice/Criminal justice
  • Resource Group
    Executive orders
  • Series
    Presidential Executive Orders
    Presidential Executive Orders [Donald Trump]

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