I have recently had a bit more time to make additions to the website, and have been chipping away at updating and/or improving information on a few of the pages here.
Most recently I've updated the Matamoros CDG and Los Metros pages under the Cártel del Golfo tab. As well as the Cártel del Noreste, and Cártel Santa Rosa de Lima pages.
I have added a page on Los Ántrax and Gente Nueva under the Cártel de Sinaloa tab, and I have also restructured the Japan section by listing the Yakuza Daimon as a separate entity so that I can begin working on individual pages for Yakuza clans. Unfortunately, it is difficult to come across information on individual Yakuza clans like the Aizukotetsu-kai or the Dojin-kai for example, but I will keep working at it.
So far I have begun work on pages for the Inagawa-kai and of course, the ever well known Yamaguchi-gumi, though the latter is still very much a work in progress. I suspect by the end of it, it will become quite a large page. They are a very interesting group, and reportedly have something to the tune of 72 families working beneath their banner, similar to the Cártel del Golfos own 48 or more factions.
Beyond this, I still intend to finish other pages I started at least a year ago and which have not yet been properly expanded upon. These include La Familia Michoacana, which needs quite a bit of work before it is readable. Also, I'd like to work on the arguably defunct breakaway groups from Los Zetas that formed prior to the December 2016 fracture. These including, Los Hijos del Diablo, Los Legionarios, and Sangre Zeta; all of which were founded on the principle of contesting Z-40's leadership after the death of Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano, aka El Z-3.
I'd also like to look into more criminal groups in Europe. I think it would be interesting to look into how criminal structures in places such as the United Kingdom or France operate in comparison to those I've already begun to study.
Finally, given the ever growing plethora of books on criminology I'm accumulating, I think it might be worthwhile to review some of the texts I've read. In case anyone who stumbles upon this site might be interested in seeing which books are worth picking up. As always, I continue to add titles I think look interesting to the 'Resources' tab. Many of which I own myself, though not all of which I've had the opportunity to read yet.
Anyways! There's a short update on where things are at right now, and some of what to look out for in the future.