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teedubya
07-08-2011, 09:38 AM
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(NaturalNews) It is now a widely-reported fact that under the Obama administration, U.S. federal agents actively placed over 30,000 fully-functional weapons into the hands of Mexican drug gangs, then halted all surveillance and tracking activities of where those weapons were going.

This is not a conspiracy theory, nor a piece of fiction. It is now an openly-admitted fact that this was pulled off by the BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, more commonly called "ATF") under orders from Washington. The program was called "Fast and Furious."

Even Reuters is now covering the news and reporting how members of Congress are outraged to learn that this happened (http://www.reuters.com/article/2011...).

Details are also starting to leak about the cover-up inside ATF, which was led by the U.S. Attorney in Arizona, Dennis Burke, an Obama appointee (http://dailycaller.com/2011/07/06/i...). The engineering of the illegal gun running went right up the chain of command to the director of the ATF, Kenneth Melson, who is now expected to resign. The real planning of this event went even higher up the chain of command in Washington, possibly all the way to Attorney General Eric Holder (http://dailycaller.com/2011/06/21/i...).

Among the firearms sold to the Mexican drug gangs were AK-47s, thousands of pistols and, remarkably, .50-caliber rifles which are typically used to disable vehicles or carry out sniper-based assassinations at extremely long ranges (up to two miles). The mainstream media is now reporting that these weapons are turning up in violent crimes being committed in Phoenix, Arizona. As an ABC news affiliate reports:

"According to the testimony of three Phoenix ATF agents, including Dodson, hundreds of weapons are now on the streets in the United States and Mexico, possibly in the hands of criminals. Dodson estimated the number could be as many as 1,800 weapons. He estimated agents in the Phoenix field division facilitated the sale of approximately 2,500 weapons to straw purchasers. A few hundred have been recovered." (http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/local...)

How the "Fast and Furious" program put thousands of weapons directly into the hands of Mexican drug gangs

Here's how "Fast and Furious" worked: Under orders from Washington, ATF agents were specifically told to acquire these weapons using "straw" buyers in the USA, find new buyers in Mexican drug gangs, then sell the weapons and "lose track" of them. Although some agents raised concerns about the insanity, they were overruled by the higher-ups in Washington who wanted to pursue this policy for their own reasons. "It made no sense to us either, it was just what we were ordered to do, and every time we questioned that order there was punitive action," said Phoenix Special Agent John Dodson.

But what could be the reasons for Washington initiating such a program in the first place? Why would the Obama administration actively send 30,000 sniper rifles, assault weapons and firearms into Mexico even while claiming to follow an anti-gun stance back in the USA?

To answer that question, you need to understand P.R.S -- Problem, Reaction, Solution. It is the "playbook" that governments use to get what they want, which usually involves: 1) Disarming their populations, 2) Taking away all their rights and freedoms, and then 3) Ruling over their people as tyrants with complete power.

Precisely such an effort is now underway in the United States, led by the Obama administration which has repeatedly demonstrated itself to be an enemy of the U.S. Constitution and its Bill of Rights.

How Problem, Reaction, Solution really works

If you're the U.S. government, you can't just announce a new program to disarm the country, end the Bill of Rights and install yourself as the King. People won't go for it if you try to sell it that way. Instead, you need to find a way to get people to BEG you to do all that.

So you need a way to put people in a state of mind where they are terrified of drugs, terrified of guns and terrified of the border violence -- to the point where they insist that somebody in Washington do something about it.

Therefore, you first need a way to cause the problem that results in all the violence that people react to. You effectively need to create violence and then wait for people to beg you to stop it.

This is where the Obama administration's program to send 30,000 firearms into Mexico comes into play. If you want to cause gun violence and drug war violence, what better way to accomplish it than to just arm all the bad guys?

Think about it: 30,000 weapons in the hands of drug criminals! Then all you have to do is sit back and wait for all the violence to kick in. And it has kicked in -- in huge numbers. Shootings on the border, kidnappings, armed conflict across the border with U.S. border agents, and so on. Violent crimes in Arizona are now being committed with these very same weapons the ATF trafficked into the hands of Mexican drug gangs.

As Judicial Watch president Tim Fitton explains, his belief is that Operation Fast and Furious was purely an anti-gun political ploy from the Obama administration, designed to put more guns into the hands of criminals as a justification for confiscating guns from all citizens. He adds, "I think another major part of this story is that the narrative of the Obama administration and the ATF is that, 'wouldn't it be great if we could tie guns, as part of our anti-gun agenda, to the Mexican civil war, as opposed to, you know, our lack of enforcement of the drug laws or failure to protect the borders.'" (http://dailycaller.com/2011/06/21/i...)

And here's the real kicker: Of all the weapons now being confiscated by police in Mexico, an astonishing 70 percent came from the United States. So now you have a situation where the USA is actually arming the criminals in Mexico and destabilizing that country's entire system of law and order. The drug gangs are at war with the police there, and thanks to thinks like U.S.-supplies AK-47s and .50-caliber sniper rifles, the drug gangs are winning!

ATF can now demand more power and bigger budgets

Getting back to the U.S. issue, if you're the DEA or the ATF, you now have 30,000 more reasons to have your own budgets increased. There's a wave of violence coming across the border! The drug gangs are out of control! They're shooting back!

Well gee, I wonder why? It's because the ATF actually sold them these 30,000 rifles under orders from Washington.

And now the Obama administration is, predictably, saying there's so much "gun violence" in the Southern USA that new laws are needed to curb gun sales there.

Seriously? New laws? What about the 30,000 guns the ATF openly and admittedly sold to the Mexican drug gangs? Wasn't that already a violation of law?

It all comes back to Problem, Reaction, Solution, you see. Want to keep the useless War on Drugs going a little longer? Just dump a few thousand pounds of cocaine into the hands of criminals and let 'em run loose with it. Want to beef up the budgets of the ATF? Just distribute 30,000 illegal weapons into the hands of drug gangs and then sit back and wait for people to beg for your help. Want to justify a war on "terror" in the Middle East? Dream up some stupid story about Weapons of Mass Destruction and then launch a war.

For every power-hungry tyrannical agenda in Washington, there's a false flag operation that will make it come true.

If the U.S. government would actively arm drug gangs, in what other ways might it betray the American people?

Now that you know the truth about how Washington put 30,000 guns into the hands of Mexican drug gangs, it naturally makes you start to wonder about the government's involvement with things like vaccines.

Want to make people so afraid of infectious disease that they beg for vaccines? Just release an infectious disease into the population yourself! It's a simple matter, really.

Want to get the public to beg for new food safety regulations? Just release e.coli into the food supply and then wait for the deaths to be reported in the news. All of a sudden people are demanding more food safety regulations.

Want to justify military imperialism and expansion? Just stage your own terrorist attack against your own country! Then magically find the passports of some terrorists at the scene of the crime and blame the whole thing on them.

When theory becomes fact

You see, all this used to exist solely in the realm of conspiracy theory. A few years ago, if you even suggested this kind of thing was going on, you were called a kook. But now it's an established fact being reported by Reuters, Washington Post and other major news outlets. Now the U.S. government has been forced to admit that yes, it actively delivered 30,000 firearms into the hands of Mexican drug gangs and then intentionally stopped tracking where they went.

This is no longer conspiracy theory. It's conspiracy FACT. And similar types of operations are being planned right now for other agendas the government has in mind: Taking away your Fourth Amendment rights, for example. How do you accomplish that? Just stage an airport terrorism attack, just like the one the TSA was caught rehearsing in Minnesota (http://www.naturalnews.com/032458_T...).

Want to take away peoples' Second Amendment rights? Just brainwash some low-IQ psychopath to walk into a shopping mall and start blazing away with fully automatic weapons that were provided to him by the ATF!

It's simple, you see. Pick a topic, choose an agenda, then cause the problem yourself. Then sit back and wait for the reaction. Works every time.

The CDC pulled the same stunt back in the 1980's with AIDS. At a time when the CDC was facing severe budget cuts, it actually hyped up the whole AIDS epidemic and started releasing complete scientific fictions as if they were fact. The disease mongering by the CDC caused widespread fear and panic across the country, earning it huge budget increases from the U.S. government.

This is all fully documented in the movie House of Numbers, by the way, using recorded video interviews from many of the key scientists involved in the whole fiasco who finally went on record to tell the truth. Almost everything you've been fed about AIDS is a fabrication or a distortion of the scientific truth. Watch these astonishing videos to see for yourself:

http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=D35F0...
http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=BE507...
http://naturalnews.tv/v.asp?v=4FE73...

The American government is working AGAINST you, not for you

The point in all this is that much of what you see happening in the world today in terms of terrorism, the drug war, infectious disease and health care are just fabricated, staged events actually pulled off by the very people who stand to benefit from the reaction!

Suckers and sheeple always believe the mainstream news at face value. They believe we're under attack from terrorists who bring down tall buildings, or we're being assaulted by Mexican drug gangs on the border, or we're threatened by the Swine Flu. That's what suckers are supposed to believe, you see: That your government is never working against you... it's always working FOR you, right?

But intelligent people know the opposite is true: Your government is usually plotting against you and trying to figure out how to expand its power, expand its reach, reduce your freedoms and control your life. This is accomplished by unleashing the very problems that the government claims to be fighting to prevent.

The government, for example, says it's trying to solve our nation's economic problems. And how does it accomplish that? By generating trillions of dollars in new fiat currency and handing it over to the criminals running Wall Street. This has the net effect of stealing money from everybody else through dollar devaluation.

How does the government solve our national health care crisis? By enacting Obamacare, which mandates that more people buy into a system that has utterly failed to serve the health interests of the American people in the first place!

So at the very same time the government says it's working to improve the economy, it's actually stealing from you behind your back. At the very same time the government says it's trying to stop cancer, its own health-related agencies (National Cancer Institute, for example) are openly engaged in massive disinformation campaigns that spread false information about sunlight being "dangerous" to your health (while conveniently ignoring the truth about vitamin D and its cancer preventive properties).

The government says it wants to make your food safer, and yet the USDA keeps approving genetically modified foods that are essentially massive biological experiments that cause widespread infertility and disease.

The same story goes on and on... with fluoride in the water, mercury in dental fillings, aspartame in diet sodas, pesticide use in agriculture and so on. At nearly every turn, the government itself is actively plotting against the People to keep them financially enslaved, biologically diseased and mentally ignorant.

Shipping guns into Mexico, you see, is just a tiny part of the big picture that's going on today in the USA. The same process -- Problem, Reaction, Solution -- is in use almost everywhere in government at both the state and federal level.

Big Government is the enemy of peace and freedom

Bureaucrats hate to lose their jobs, and if there's a way to stage something that makes them suddenly look more important, they won't hesitate to roll it out. The U.S. government, just so you know, has been actively engaged in weapons trafficking, drug running and counterfeiting for decades. If you or I did what our own government does every single day, we'd be arrested as felony criminals. But when the government runs guns into Mexico, or traffics in cocaine, or prints counterfeit dollar bills that have no backing with real value, somehow it's all okay.

Amazing how our own government has now turned into the very criminals that it claims to be protecting us against, isn't it? Who are the real terrorists in America? The ATF agents running guns into the hands of Mexican drug gangs, of course. And the FBI agents who set up Arab-looking patsies to try to set off fake bombs that the FBI actually assembled for them!

By the way, Alex Jones (www.PrisonPlanet.com) has been covering all this for years. He's been saying this all along, and time and time again, he's been proven right. I realize his presentation style may seem a little intense to some people, but at the end of the day, Alex Jones is far more accurate at decoding what's really going on behind the scenes than any mainstream news channel or newspaper. Here's an article from InfoWars on this very topic: http://www.infowars.com/obama-admin...

I'm scheduled to host the Alex Jones show next week and will likely be discussing more about the ATF's gun-running activities in Mexico. In the mean time, stay tuned to NaturalNews.com for more stories that aren't afraid to report the truth about what's really happening in our world today.

Donger
07-08-2011, 09:39 AM
LMAO

teedubya
07-08-2011, 09:58 AM
Classic Donger misdirection. The old "I'm gonna laugh and not read anything because I'm a fucking complete wanker".

teedubya
07-08-2011, 10:00 AM
Here is the Reuter's article on the same subject.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/06/15/us-usa-mexico-guns-idUSTRE75E49N20110615

U.S. agents slam gun sting effort on Mexico border

And fuck you Donger.

ForeverChiefs58
07-08-2011, 10:04 AM
Classic Donger misdirection. The old "I'm gonna laugh and not read anything because I'm a fucking complete wanker".

I think it is more along the lines of "when something is so stupid all you can do is laugh"

Donger
07-08-2011, 10:07 AM
Classic Donger misdirection. The old "I'm gonna laugh and not read anything because I'm a ****ing complete wanker".

I'm laughing because your article is wrong:

"the ATF actually sold them these 30,000 rifles under orders from Washington."

No, they actually didn't. From the Reuter's article:

U.S. firearms agents told lawmakers on Wednesday they were instructed to only watch as hundreds of guns were bought, illegally resold and sent to Mexico where drug-related violence has raged for years.

Agents for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in Arizona told the House of Representatives Oversight Committee they were told not to arrest the so-called straw buyers and instead see where the guns went.

Pants
07-08-2011, 10:09 AM
Hey, tdub, do you actually read the articles you post?

Donger
07-08-2011, 10:09 AM
Oh, and here's the pertinent fact with regard to the "30,000 gun sold by the ATF" incorrect statement:

Of the nearly 30,000 firearms recovered in 2009 and 2010 in Mexico, where gun possession is illegal, some 70 percent were determined to have come from the United States, ATF officials told lawmakers last week.

See why I'm laughing at you now, teedubya?

Donger
07-08-2011, 10:16 AM
Hey, tdub, do you actually read the articles you post?

LMAO

Dave Lane
07-08-2011, 10:23 AM
Oh, and here's the pertinent fact with regard to the "30,000 gun sold by the ATF" incorrect statement:

Of the nearly 30,000 firearms recovered in 2009 and 2010 in Mexico, where gun possession is illegal, some 70 percent were determined to have come from the United States, ATF officials told lawmakers last week.

See why I'm laughing at you now, teedubya?

Oh shit you may have to eat 2 bags of dicks from just this thread LMAO

Donger
07-08-2011, 10:27 AM
Oh shit you may have to eat 2 bags of dicks from just this thread LMAO

I'm just trying to help the poor guy. He's clearly gone WAY overboard with the conspiracy stuff and apparently is not capable of rational thinking.

Amnorix
07-08-2011, 10:30 AM
Love this sentence:

To answer that question, you need to understand P.R.S -- Problem, Reaction, Solution. It is the "playbook" that governments use to get what they want, which usually involves: 1) Disarming their populations, 2) Taking away all their rights and freedoms, and then 3) Ruling over their people as tyrants with complete power.

philfree
07-08-2011, 10:32 AM
So if the ATF set back and watched as the guns were sold illegally doesn't that make them an accessory to all the crimes commited with these guns?

Jaric
07-08-2011, 10:35 AM
My bullshit detector tends to go off when I'm reading an article and the author declares me of a brainwashed "sheeple" if I don't mindlessly agree with whatever it is he wrote

mlyonsd
07-08-2011, 10:37 AM
I've been having trouble following this in the news so this doesn't help.

ROYC75
07-08-2011, 10:47 AM
I've been having trouble following this in the news so this doesn't help.

Me too, but it seems some crap is about to hit the fan. ATF, FBI, Eric Holder, it's just a chain of command.

( Government ) Nothing to see here, pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.

Donger
07-08-2011, 10:49 AM
I've been having trouble following this in the news so this doesn't help.

Patently false information doesn't help?

teedubya
07-08-2011, 11:00 AM
I saw the 60 minutes episode when the whistle was blown on this. This is no conspiracy.

Sorry, folks. This is your govt. at work.

America, Fuck Yeah.

Pants
07-08-2011, 11:01 AM
I saw the 60 minutes episode when the whistle was blown on this. This is no conspiracy.

Sorry, folks. This is your govt. at work.

America, **** Yeah.

I saw that episode as well. Do you read the articles you post?

Donger
07-08-2011, 11:01 AM
I saw the 60 minutes episode when the whistle was blown on this. This is no conspiracy.

Sorry, folks. This is your govt. at work.

America, **** Yeah.

No, it isn't a conspiracy. The ATF didn't do anything close to what your nut article above says they did.

2bikemike
07-08-2011, 11:40 AM
While I am pissed off about the whole Fast and Furious thing this article is pretty pathetic.

"According to the testimony of three Phoenix ATF agents, including Dodson, hundreds of weapons are now on the streets in the United States and Mexico, possibly in the hands of criminals. Dodson estimated the number could be as many as 1,800 weapons. He estimated agents in the Phoenix field division facilitated the sale of approximately 2,500 weapons to straw purchasers. A few hundred have been recovered." (http://www.abc15.com/dpp/news/local...)

That is a far cry from 30,000.

The other thing I will say about the whole guns in Mexico thing since so much misinformation is floating around. Those Cartels will get weapons no matter what. They are extremely rich and have many resources at their disposal. If anybody thinks they are accumulating weapons one straw purchase at a time I have a bridge to sell you.

Radar Chief
07-08-2011, 12:05 PM
The other thing I will say about the whole guns in Mexico thing since so much misinformation is floating around. Those Cartels will get weapons no matter what. They are extremely rich and have many resources at their disposal. If anybody thinks they are accumulating weapons one straw purchase at a time I have a bridge to sell you.

Exactly, they’re already in the illegal import/export business. They’ve got their connections and if the BATFE hadn’t made it easier and cheaper for them to get this batch here they’d be getting them from Russia, China, Hungry, Romania, Egypt, etc., like everyone else is.

Donger
07-08-2011, 12:07 PM
Exactly, they’re already in the illegal import/export business. They’ve got their connections and if the BATFE hadn’t made it easier and cheaper for them to get this batch here they’d be getting them from Russia, China, Hungry, Romania, Egypt, etc., like everyone else is.

Is there a domestic manufacturer of the AK-47?

Amnorix
07-08-2011, 12:08 PM
I saw the 60 minutes episode when the whistle was blown on this. This is no conspiracy.

Sorry, folks. This is your govt. at work.

America, Fuck Yeah.

There is, I think, no argument that a controversial program took place.

But what this article is saying is FAR beyond what I understand to have existed. Not that the book is written, but someone seems to be turning what is already a mountain of some type into Mount Everest, with a hurricane assaulting the crest.

Radar Chief
07-08-2011, 12:21 PM
Is there a domestic manufacturer of the AK-47?

None in the US that I know of.
All of them we get are from over seas.

The Mad Crapper
07-08-2011, 01:24 PM
Why? Because in Obama's deranged world, he thinks he's going to get re-elected and the 2nd Amendment is next on his wrecking ball list.

He's a hideous destructor.

teedubya
07-08-2011, 02:55 PM
Love this sentence:

This is the playbook, Stupid Poster. Problem, Reaction, Solution. It's everywhere, if you could open your eyes through the years of indoctrination. :doh!:

Dave Lane
07-08-2011, 05:28 PM
I'm just trying to help the poor guy. He's clearly gone WAY overboard with the conspiracy stuff and apparently is not capable of rational thinking.

Oh I agree, actually he seems like a fairly nice guy, other than this unhealthy obsession with crazy conspiracy stuff.

KILLER_CLOWN
07-09-2011, 12:00 AM
Captured Zeta Leader: We’ve Purchased Weapons From The “U.S. Government Itself”

By Mario Andrade
DeadlineLive.info
July 8, 2011

This article was released by Deadline Live on July 6th.

Last Sunday, one of the original seven members of Los Zetas, Jesús Enrique Rejón Aguilar, aka El Mamito, was captured in Mexico. Rejón Aguilar was also known as Zeta 7.

He helped the then Gulf Drug Cartel leader Osiel Cardenas recruit the original Mexican special forces soldiers trained at Fort Benning, Georgia to become the most dangerous criminal organization in Mexico.

In an edited interview with Mexican Federal Police (in Spanish and now posted at YouTube), Rejón Aguilar reveals some interesting information about the origins of Los Zetas, where they get their weapons, and where they buy their drug shipments.

Rejón Aguilar probably knows he’s going to be murdered in prison, so he appears to be speaking the truth, perhaps in order to reach a deal with Mexican authorities so they can provide him witness protection.

Los Zetas are the biggest obstacle for the Mexican narco-state. They are their biggest and most dangerous competitors. In the interview Rejón Aguilar reveals that Los Zetas do not trust the Colombians, so they purchase the drug shipments (mostly cocaine) from the Guatemalans.

They know the Colombians are infiltrated by CIA and DEA, so they wait to buy the cocaine using the Guatemalans as decoys to avoid being traced.

Another interesting revelation made by Rejón Aguilar is that Los Zetas have operatives in the U.S. who have purchased (at least in the past) firearms and other weapons from different suppliers including from the ‘U.S. Government itself.’

Last March, the Mexican military raided a Zeta camp at Falcon Lake, where they seized several anti-aircraft shoulder missiles and other weapons.

The following is the (edited) interview transcript translated to English:

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Interrogator: What is your name?

Rejón Aguilar: Jesús Enrique Rejón Aguilar, aka El Mamito o El Caballero.

Interrogator: What is your date of birth, where are you from and how old are you?

Rejón Aguilar: June 9th, 1976. I’m 35 years old, and I’m from Sabancuy, Campeche.

Interrogator: What do you do for a living?

Rejón Aguilar: Drug trafficking.

Interrogator: For which organization?

Rejón Aguilar: Los Zetas.

Interrogator: How did you join this organization, and when?

Rejón Aguilar: After I deserted from the army, in 1999, I went to Reynosa and I met (Arturo Guzman) Decena, aka. Zeta 1.

Interrogator: Who created Los Zetas?

Rejón Aguilar: It was Osiel (Cardenas), through Zeta 1.

Interrogator: When they were originally created, how many members were there?

Rejón Aguilar: At first we were seven. Then they brought seven more and added to the original fourteen members.

Interrogator: Were you one of the founders?

Rejón Aguilar: Yes.

Interrogator: Which (rank) number were you?

Rejón Aguilar: Zeta 7.

Interrogator: What happened after Osiel was captured?

Rejón Aguilar: When Osiel was captured, what happened later was that Jorge Costilla Sanchez took control of the organization.

Interrogator: What happened when Los Zetas separated from the Gulf Drug cartel?

Rejón Aguilar: They (the Gulf Cartel) began to do business with La Familia Michoacana, El Mayo Zambada (member of the Sinaloa Cartel, who’s son, Vicente Zambada is a DEA operative, according to court documents from his trial in Chicago), with el Chapo Guzman (leader of the Sinaloa Cartel), and people from Jalisco. They created their alliance, and when we broke away, they were already organized and began to kill our people. That’s when the organization was split in two: Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel.

Interrogator: And this is when the separation began between Gulf and Zetas?

Rejón Aguilar: That’s when the separation began.

Interrogator: Are you basically at war with everyone?

Rejón Aguilar: They, the Gulf, created an alliance, and we’re at war with El Mayo, El Chapo, La Familia Michoana, and Jalisco. We’re at war with all of them.

Interrogator: And you know La Familia is from Michoacan, El Chango Mendez (leader of La Familia who was discovered to be distributing weapons purchased from the U.S. BATF) went to Aguascalientes to dialog with Los Zetas, was he asking you for protection?

Rejón Aguilar: He was trying to reach out to us.

Interrogator: Why?

Rejón Aguilar: To dialog because they killed all his people and he wanted our support.

Interrogator: Would that have been possible?

Rejón Aguilar: In my opinion, who ever betrays you once, can betray you again, so it wouldn’t have been a good idea. But I don’t know what the commanders would think about that.

Interrogator: And La Tuta (member of La Familia and founder of the Knights Templar)? Is there a relation between him and Los Zetas?

Rejón Aguilar: No. His organization is with the Gulf, so he’s our enemy.

Interrogator: That relationship between La Tuta, La Familia Michoacana and the Knights Templar with the Gulf makes them your enemies?

Rejón Aguilar: Yes, because they’re killing our people and we’re trying to stop them.

Interrogator: With respect to the relationship between Arturo Beltran (former partner of DEA Operative Edgar ‘Barbie’ Valdez who was betrayed and killed by the military) and La Familia, then Beltran falls, then el Chayo falls, later el Chango, what do you think happened in Michoacan?

Rejón Aguilar: Michoacan collapsed because in essence, they didn’t keep their word. There was never a deal reached with them. In fact, when Arturo went down, there was a cease-fire, but they (La Familia) broke it, and they went to war against Arturo and sought refuge with el Valencia.

Interrogator: So after that, everyone started to break away and work for themselves?

Rejón Aguilar: Yes. That’s when the war started. By that time, we were already working for ourselves.

Interrogator: How did you all begin to work independently?

Rejón Aguilar: Since we no longer had ties with anybody, we began to bring the material (the drugs) ourselves.

Interrogator: How do you obtain the drugs? Which Colombian cartel do you work with?

Rejón Aguilar: I do not know. That’s handled by different personnel. But it has always been brought through Guatemala because the Colombians are not trustworthy.

Interrogator: They bring it from somewhere else?

Rejón Aguilar: From Guatemala. It can be bought from Colombia, Panama, or Guatemala. We buy it from Guatemala.

Interrogator: And where do you get your weapons?

Rejón Aguilar: From the United States. All weapons come from the U.S.

Interrogator: How are they brought here?

Rejón Aguilar: Crossing the river. We used to bring them through the bridge, but it’s become harder to do that.

Interrogator: Who purchases the weapons?

Rejón Aguilar: They are bought in the U.S. The buyers (on the U.S. side of the border) have said in the past that sometimes they would acquire them from the U.S. Government itself.

Interrogator: And nowadays, who distribute them to you?

Rejón Aguilar: It’s more difficult for us to acquire weapons nowadays, but we find ways. But it’s easier for the Gulf Cartel to bring them across the border.

Interrogator: Why?

Rejón Aguilar: We don’t know why, but they bring them (accross the bridge) in the trunk of their cars without being checked (by Mexican Customs). One can only think that they must have reached a deal with the (Mexican) government.

Interrogator: How often are they smuggled?

Rejón Aguilar: Today it’s more difficult so it’s more sporadic, like every month, every 20 days, or every month and a half. It’s done when ever there’s an opportunity.

Interrogator: And the drugs?

Rejón Aguilar: The drugs are handled by a group of accountants. They handle that in private. It’s compartmentalized. Only they know how and when it’s smuggled to the United States. I suppose, with the way that things are right now, they probably smuggle the drug shipments every two or three months.

Interrogator: How are the drug shipments smuggled to the U.S.?

Rejón Aguilar: They bring it to the U.S. through Laredo, but that’s done by a compartmentalized group handled by the accountants. They are responsible for all that.

Interrogator: Let’s talk about San Luis Potosi, do you remember the attack on the U.S. ICE agents?

Rejón Aguilar: Yes. They (Los Zetas) were travelling in a caravan of bullet-proof vehicles. They mistook them for other people and cut them off.

Interrogator: What’s happening in Tamaulipas?

Rejón Aguilar: In Tamaulipas, there’s a war because of the separation of the cartels. But we’re on hold because there is too much government (troops) presence.

Interrogator: Tell me about the armored (monster) vehicles. How were they made? How many of these vehicles were under your command?

Rejón Aguilar: Three… five at one time.

Interrogator: And out of these five vehicles, what type were they?

Rejón Aguilar: They were armored trucks typically known as monsters.

Interrogator: Were you ever prepared for being captured?

Rejón Aguilar: One always knows that sooner or later, we will be captured.

Interrogator: Is there someone you would like to ask for forgiveness?

Rejón Aguilar: Like how?

Interrogator: Yes. Like for your actions, or for disappointing somebody, like your children or your family?

Rejón Aguilar: Yes. To my mother, because since all of this happened, I haven’t seen her for 17 years.

Interrogator: And knowing that you haven’t seen your mother and she’s still alive, how do you feel?

Rejón Aguilar: Well, it’s hard. It’s cruel but oh well…

http://theintelhub.com/2011/07/08/captured-zeta-leader-we%E2%80%99ve-purchased-weapons-from-the-%E2%80%9Cu-s-government-itself%E2%80%9D/

Chiefshrink
07-09-2011, 01:38 AM
Why? Because in Obama's deranged world, he thinks he's going to get re-elected and the 2nd Amendment is next on his wrecking ball list.

He's a hideous destructor.

Precisely:thumb:

teedubya
07-09-2011, 02:17 PM
ROFL

The Mad Crapper
07-10-2011, 07:13 PM
"Last week, our administration launched a major new effort to break the backs of the cartels. My department is committing 100 new ATF personnel to the Southwest border in the next 100 days to supplement our ongoing Project Gunrunner, DEA is adding 16 new positions on the border, as well as mobile enforcement teams, and the FBI is creating a new intelligence group focusing on kidnapping and extortion. DHS is making similar commitments, as Secretary Napolitano will detail." -Erich Holder, April 2, 2009

KILLER_CLOWN
07-10-2011, 10:59 PM
This reminds of a scene from Night Patrol where the Chief of Police is "running the Hookers" out of town, only to be spotted partying with several.

ClevelandBronco
07-10-2011, 11:14 PM
This reminds of a scene from Night Patrol where the Chief of Police is "running the Hookers" out of town, only to be spotted partying with several.

It reminds me of the bean scene in "Blazing Saddles."

KILLER_CLOWN
07-10-2011, 11:24 PM
US Government Caught Smuggling Guns To Mexico Drug Cartels

The US Federal Government caught smuggling guns to Mexican drug cartels which are being used to murder US Border Patrol and other federal agents.

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KILLER_CLOWN
07-10-2011, 11:38 PM
It reminds me of the bean scene in "Blazing Saddles."

This movie has "That" too

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