Fact: The DEA Struck A Deal With Mexico's Most Notorious Drug Cartel

  An investigation by El Universal has found that between the years 2000 and 2012, the U.S. government had an arrangement with Mexico's Sinaloa drug cartel that allowed the organization to smuggle billions of dollars of drugs in exchange for information on rival cartels.

   This shouldn't be too surprising considering the scandal "Operation Fast and Furious" where the ATF was caught giving guns to drug cartels in Mexico in order to "track" the weapons movement. To see other agencies of the US government involved with drug and weapon smuggling is really nothing new. We did this same thing during 'Iran-Contra affair' of the 1980's where we supplied weapons to Iran while funding the Contra revolution in Nicaragua using their cocaine as export into American streets. Think about it... the average drug dealer or criminal does not have planes to ship in drugs or a factory making guns but our government does and it is fact that the US ships in all the drugs then puts you in jail for using them. This is a top down effect going from the highest levels of government to your local police all involved in drug dealing. In 2007 a CIA plane ran out of fuel over Mexico and had 4 TONS of Cocaine on board!

 Here's what DEA agent Manuel Castanon told the Chicago court:

"On March 17, 2009, I met for approximately 30 minutes in a hotel room in Mexico City with Vincente Zambada-Niebla and two other individuals — DEA agent David Herrod and a cooperating source [Sinaloa lawyer Loya Castro] with whom I had worked since 2005. ... I did all of the talking on behalf of [the] DEA."
A few hours later, Mexican Marines arrested Zambada-Niebla (a.k.a. "El Vicentillo") on charges of trafficking more than a billion dollars in cocaine and heroin. Castanon and three other agents then visited Zambada-Niebla in prison, where the Sinaloa officer "reiterated his desire to cooperate."
El Universal, citing court documents, reports that DEA agents met with high-level Sinaloa officials more than 50 times since 2000."

"Zambada-Niebla also alleged that Operation Fast and Furious was part of an agreement to finance and arm the cartel in exchange for information used to take down its rivals. (If true, that re-raises the issue regarding what Attorney General Eric Holder knew about the gun-running arrangements.)"

Watch this Documentary by Kevin Booth: American Drug War


Also let's not forget about the major banks laundering money too and from the drug cartels
Money Laundering banks get free Pass in U.S
Banksters Launder money for Drug cartels and Al-qudea
ABC: Bank Executive Resigns over drug money, blood money
Banks Financing Mexico Gangs Admitted by Wells Fargo 
Big Banks Launder Hundreds of Billions of Illegal Drug Cartel Money … But Refuse to Provide Services for Legal Marijuana

  Where are the arrests? Oh, that's right bankers don't get arrested pot smokers do....


                                                                                        -Sodaghar 1/14/14

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