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Sunday, November 23, 2014

CIA and Mexican Cartels, Mexican Students Murdered

Unholy Alliance - U.S. Govt., CIA, Mexican Government and Cartels ?
Charles Bowden was on of our greatest contemporary writers and I was proud to be his friend. He died a couple of months ago, and it is a big loss to those who appreciate good writing, and especially of writing the truth about the so-called War on Drugs and who really benefits. Blood on the Corn, his last article is available online he current edition Medium.com, and it's a masterpiece, coauthored by Molly Malloy. It's the true story of how DEA agent Enrique 'Kiki' Camerena was kidnapped in the mid-80's by Mexican federal agents working for the cartel, taken to a house and tortured for information until he died. That's all disturbing enough, but what is really upsetting is that multiple, credible witnesses testified that it was orchestrated by CIA agents involved in the Iran-Contra fiasco.

And the people of Mexico continue to descend into hell:

MCALLEN, Texas -- Mexican authorities have announced that the 43 students that had been kidnapped by police were executed, their bodies set on fire and the remains dumped in river.
The revelation was made Friday by Mexico’s Attorney General Jose Murillo Karam when he gave an update on the investigation into missing students from Ayotzinapa in the Mexican State of Guerrero.
The municipal police from the rural towns Iguala and Cocula had kidnapped the students on September 26 as they made their way to Iguala to protest an event held by the mayor’s wife.
Under the orders of Iguala’s Mayor Jose Luis Abarca the cops kidnapped the students and then turned them over to hitmen from the Guerrero’s Unidos drug cartel.

The Smoking Gun website posted a police report describing a brawl among members of Michael Brown’s family regarding the sale of commemorative t-shirts.
The report says that Pearlie Gordon, 54, and two men were selling “Justice for Mike Brown” shirts on a Saturday when “a large group of about 20-30 subjects ‘jumped out of vehicles and rushed them.’” Gordon is the mother-in-law of Michael Brown Sr., McSpadden's ex-husband.
Gordon told law enforcement that McSpadden, 34, told her, “You can’t sell this shit.” Gordon then replied, according to the report, that “unless McSpadden could produce documentation saying that she had a patent on her son’s name she (Gordon) was going to continue to sell her merchandise.”
At that point, McSpadden’s mother, Desureia Harris, began tearing down t-shirts that were hanging on a line, Gordon told officers. Then, Gordon explained, other members of the group started “tearing her booth apart.” As the rush ensued, Gordon said she was repeatedly hit in the head and knocked on the ground.


  1. On the the subject of Michael Brown, I would like to hear your comments regarding the legal process that allowed shooter walking without any charges.

  2. Thanks for the response, but I have a different view of the process, which was conducted in secret. The officer clearly received special treatment from the DA in his "creative" data dump to Grand Jury. So much for the 14th amendment. I thought this process would give you some heartburn, but I guess Kerrville is so hard core, even the defense lawyers are punitive. I should not be surprised, as the your local prosecutor is in bed with the police, both figuratively and LITERALLY, and the defense lawyers seem to think that is great.

    I forgot that Kerrville is place that gave us the Darlie Routier death sentence and unbelievable Scott Panetti legal process and death sentence, which has gone viral on the internet. Things are so twisted in your legal system down there, that now it is international news (Panetti).