Skip to comments.High-Ranking Mexican Drug Cartel Explosive Allegation: Fast and Furious Is Not What You Think
Posted on 08/09/2012 6:53:21 PM PDT by LadyEleanor
A high-ranking Mexican drug cartel operative currently in U.S. custody is making startling allegations that the failed federal gun-walking operation known as Fast and Furious isnt what you think it is.
It wasnt about tracking guns, it was about supplying them all part of an elaborate agreement between the U.S. government and Mexicos powerful Sinaloa Cartel to take down rival cartels.
The explosive allegations are being made by Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla, known as the Sinaloa Cartels logistics coordinator. He was extradited to the Chicago last year to face federal drug charges.
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This is not news to those of us who were paying attention.
No it’s not news to those who can analyze events that span more than one news cycle.
I'll bet Jesus commits arkiside soon.
Nope - I just sent this to my email list with a the note “we told you so.”
Don’t take your eyes off the prize boys. It is going to reap benefits. See tag.
Look over there, Sports!!!
Bush had six years to secure the border.
Wouldn’t surprise me one bit.
If you think people like Kennedy got rich from bootlegging, the profits from drugs during prohibition are exponentially higher.
Back then people smuggled entire truckloads of liquor for good profit. Today the same profit potential can be concealed inside an airbag or someone’s stomach.
[sincerity, average] Shocking. Just shocking. [/sincerity]
Yep, it’s what I immediately thought from the very first.
US soldiers are operating inside Mexico as part of the drug war and the Mexican government provided critical intelligence to US agents in the now-discredited Fast and Furious gun-running operation, a Mexican diplomat claims in email correspondence with a Texas-based private intelligence firm.
The emails, obtained and made public by the nonprofit media organization WikiLeaks, also disclose details of a secret meeting between US and Mexican officials held in 2010 at Fort Bliss, a US Army installation located near El Paso, Texas. The meeting was part of an effort to create better communications between US undercover operatives in Mexico and the Mexican federal police, the Mexican diplomat reveals.
However, the diplomat expresses concern that the Fort Bliss meeting was infiltrated by the cartels, whom he contends have penetrated both US and Mexican law enforcement.
much more the link
If anything he has said is true he wont make it alive to testify in a court of law I will bet...
One thing I seemed to always notice when a big Cartel bust was unvieled by Mexican Police was an unusual number of M-4’s with M203 grenade launchers, as well as a whole lot of 40mm shells.
Subconsciously, I just assumed those things were floating around on the international arms market, or they were getting them out of Mexican military armories. Now you wonder.
Wonder why he was extradicted to Chicago of all freaking places? Wouldn’t the jurisdiction be at the place of the state where the crimes were committed?
The man is seriously suicidal if this can be proven. How long will he last in Chicago?
ColdSteelTalon “ If anything he has said is true he wont make it alive to testify in a court of law I will bet...”
He will be “Vince Fostered”, having committed suicide in his cell with his hands tied behind his back , hanging in his cell , and shot with 9mm (although the gun will never be found) , along with a suicide note.
Fast and Furious was about supplying arms to the Cartels to protect spook drug transactions.
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