Why is Eric Holder Covering up Mexican Drug Cartel Violence in the U.S.?

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Violent Mexican Drug Cartels are operating inside the U.S., trafficking methamphetamine, kidnapping, committing acts of torture – while our Department of Justice covers it up. The question is, why?

The answer is: Immigration Reform – aka: Amnesty. Gotta have it. Even if it means DOJ agents scrubbing clean the identities of the most violent and sick criminals around the country in order to push Barack Obama’s agenda.

Anyone waiting on Republicans to do something about this needs to buy a Snickers bar and read up on how John Boehner and Co. feel about Amnesty:

Yes sir, they like it.

Hat tip Breitbart:

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. Attorney’s 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 organization—the DOJ agency simply omitted the vital information amid national discussions of immigration reform and debates regarding the importance of border security. The U.S. Attorney’s office described the men as having “roles in a large-scale methamphetamine trafficking organization.” The particulars of the case—even without knowledge of alleged Mexican cartel involvement—reveal a brutal underworld in the northernmost U.S. states, similar to what routinely occurs in Mexico’s own drug war.

 

The official press release from the DOJ agency described the horrid alleged crimes and wrote:

 

On April 14, 2014, defendants Ramirez and Alvarez flew from Los Angeles, California to Minnesota in response to a report that approximately 30 pounds of methamphetamine had been stolen from the stash house two days earlier. On the evening of April 14, the four defendants kidnapped two victims at gunpoint and held them captive against their will at the stash house. The defendants bound and beat the victims and made violent threats against their lives and the lives of their family members, while demanding information about the missing methamphetamine. According to the indictment, Villalvazo cut one of the victim’s fingers, nearly severing it, while Ramirez held the victim down.

 

The local St. Paul Pioneer Press claims wrote, “A Mexican drug cartel had a ‘stash house’ in St. Paul, and when drugs and money were stolen from it last month, several people thought to be involved were kidnapped and tortured, according to charges filed in Ramsey County District Court.” The local paper added, “In addition, a woman said she was taken to the house in the West Seventh neighborhood, questioned and raped, a search warrant affidavit said.”

 

The reach of Mexican cartels and their operations inside of the U.S. has been widely reported by Breitbart News, however heavily downplayed by numerous agencies under the DOJ umbrella—especially in their documents released to the American public. In fact, this is not the first time the DOJ agency has omitted or obscured a Mexican organization’s leadership in major crimes on U.S. soil.

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Let’s see – covering up the true nature of the identity of horrific criminals to provide cover for the Obama agenda? Benghazi, anybody? Now they’re here, friends.

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