iHeart’s Dan Holzman leads a revealing discussion about Robert Mazur’s career as a long-term undercover agent within the underworld. Holzman inquires about how Mazur was trained to live a double life, the years he worked closely as a launderer with the leadership of the Medellin Drug Cartel, what drove him to risk his life working undercover, how agents are often compromised by their targets, the contract issued on Mazur’s life by drug kingpins, his long-term undercover assignment addressed in his new book, THE BETRAYAL, and much more.
London based film director, writer, producer, and podcaster CHRIS CARR pries secrets from ROBERT MAZUR about his undercover work and THE BETRAYAL during this intriguing episode of the highly acclaimed SECRETS & SPIES podcast. Among other things, they discuss why money laundering impacts us all, how drug trafficking effects our daily lives, MAZUR’S motivation for working in deep cover, and the art of managing informants. This audio file is a high-light of excerpts from the full podcast. The entire podcast can be heard at https://secretsandspiespodcast.com/episode/s6-ep22-the-betrayal-with-robert-mazur
WYSL’s Robert D’Angelo questioned Robert Mazur about why changes are needed in the roadmap of our “War on Drugs”. Mazur offered his view about how and why the U.S. has failed to properly fund and address the demand side of this war, why and how fentanyl has flooded our streets, how the corrupting power of cartels has enhanced their ability to evade prosecution, why illegal immigration is far less of a drug trafficking threat than the movement of illicit drugs through legal points of entry in the U.S., and much more.