Skip to comments.83 Members Of Mexican Mafia Charged In Major FBI Drug Investigation
Posted on 05/24/2018 4:20:56 PM PDT by ptsal
A federal grand jury recently charged dozens of Mexican mafia members for allegedly running an extensive drug operation from inside Los Angeles County jails.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Attorneys Office announced that 83 defendants were charged in two federal racketeering indictments as part of an FBI-led investigation.
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So we’re going to send them to federal prisons so they can run their drug operations from there?
I was shocked our local Commie news media didn’t call the FBI racist for rounding up these adorable lil critters
Hang um all..!!
Free 3 squares a day, free medical, free HBO, free cot, free mate, free long distance calls, etc. What’s the punishment of sending them to a fed prison where they’ll continue to get their freebies and continue their drug running.
Come on people! WHICH side of the border are they on NOW? No time to read. If it’s ours it’s anal sex time.
Enough with your bulshit pristine logic. /s
Half of Kevin DeLeon’s family are .....
A mass public hanging would be appropriate.
Mexican drug dealers are only coming here to do the jobs that American drug dealers won’t do.
“They’re not sending their best people”
Deduct the costs of their incarceration and legal costs, from US aid given to their home country.
FBI didn’t have to round them up!
Rogue FBI agents actually enforcing laws.
This reflects Session’s concern with the biggest problem facing the Republic - Illegalism.
This is what he does instead of vacuous grandstanding.
IDEA: Let Public support President Trump Agenda
Why not offer “Savings Bonds” to build the ‘Border Victim’ Wall?
The name of the victim of every illegal alien can be engraved. Students or adults can buy one stamp at a time or whole savings bond
at school, bank, post office or payroll savings plan of any corporation or on internet.
See site for info: https://www.treasurydirect.gov/
Seems like a good idea....
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