Skip to comments.Mexican murder suspect: US consulate infiltrated
Posted on 07/02/2010 5:10:48 PM PDT by Nachum
MEXICO CITY The drug-cartel enforcer told an unsettling story: A woman who worked in the Mexican border's biggest U.S. consulate had helped a rival gang obtain American visas. And for that, the enforcer said, he ordered her killed.
Nonsense, says a U.S. official, who said Friday the motive for the slaying remains unknown.
The employee, Lesley Enriquez, and two other people connected to the U.S. consulate in the city of Ciudad Juarez were killed March 13 in attacks that raised concerns that Americans were being caught up in drug-related border violence.
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“Nonsense,” says a U.S. official, “We GAVE them those visas freely on orders by Obama.”
gosh...pull the plug on the crap.
More than likely they did give the visas, as I am guessing semi-wildly.
In light of thr above news story.. I’d say it’s pretty likely.
Great, add that to ‘teh’ as a typo to watch out for.
Thr teh is brokn.
“A U.S. federal official familiar with the investigation said Friday that after the killings, U.S. officials investigated possible corruption involving Enriquez and found none.”
Phew! That’s a relief- and I believe them too- just like I trusted Acorn when it did a self-serving internal audit and found no corruption. (/sarc)