Skip to comments.Mexican Cartels: They're Here (DOJ tries to hide Mexican link)
Posted on 05/07/2014 7:54:45 PM PDT by Brad from Tennessee
Alleged enforcers for a Mexican cartel were reportedly involved in the kidnapping and torture of U.S. teenagers over methamphetamine in St. Paul, Minnesota, according to the local St. Paul Pioneer Press. The U.S. Attorneys office omitted Mexican cartel involvement in their official press release on the case.
The official press release was titled, "Four Indicted for Drug Trafficking Crimes Involving a Violent Kidnapping in St. Paul" and only identified the perpetrators as being from U.S. cities. There were no mentions of Mexico, cartels, or even a transnational criminal organizationthe DOJ agency simply omitted the vital information amid national discussions of immigration reform and debates regarding the importance of border security. The U.S. Attorneys office described the men as having roles in a large-scale methamphetamine trafficking organization. The particulars of the caseeven without knowledge of alleged Mexican cartel involvementreveal a brutal underworld in the northernmost U.S. states, similar to what routinely occurs in Mexicos own drug war. . .
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Thanks for the link. You gotta wonder how many “Leo’s” are out there working for the cartels?
An Illegal Aliens Invaders from Mexico PING!
This is a major scary story and drugs are behind the barbary. These thousands in gangs have to be drugged to carry out the MO of cruelty and vicious torture going on, even against their own ranks. Cartel/Gang discipline, don’t you know.
FOX covered this shocking revelation.
I remember this case because the guy was arrested about 10 miles north of here.
He originally claimed that he didn’t know anything. Then he claimed he was forced at gunpoint. Then he claimed to be trying to save his Orchid farm and that didn’t pan out either. Finally he admitted to doing it for quite a while both for thrills and big money.
It apparently worked pretty good for a while.
thanks Brad from Tennessee for both:
Police: Mexican drug cartel enforcers torture two teenagers in St. Paul
Brad, they are infested everywhere. 50% of my job is construction. They leave you alone. They have a job.
A guy of this age usually is sent to what they call a “special needs” camp—a minimum security prison for the handicapped and elderly.
Its only 3 years and he’ll probably be out in under 2.
There is a large number of MS13 gang members throughout the country, illegally, of course. They are from South America. They make the Mexican drug cartels look like toddlers.
The media does not report what goes on. You have to look hard to find out what they are doing. Sometimes the British news reports their “activities”.
Their favorite weapon of choice is a machete. They usually wipe out whole families.
There is only one cure for gangs, criminals, of such a feral nature. It is considered unconstitutional.
Article 1, Section 9 of the US Constitution states, “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.”
The DOJ wouldn’t want to jeopardize any future gun running deals that might come along in the future.
Hey Jeb Bush,is this your act of love from all those illegal immigrlnts?