Drug Smuggling and Gun Walking Involved In AG Eric Holder's Guilt
More than a year ago Attorney General, Eric Holder, practically stammered as he tried to defend his supposed absence of knowledge concerning the infamous operation “Fast and Furious”.
Of course he would want to disavow any knowledge of the operation which would implicate him if he were linked to the illegal sale of weapons to Mexican drug cartel members. Holder stuttered further during the CBS interview trying to justify in his mind that proper measures were taken to conceal the identities of law enforcement agents involved. Tell that to the family of Brian Terry, the Border Patrol agent shot down by an assault rifle purchased on US soil, Mister Holder. Tell that to the family of Jaime Zapata, Special Agent, who was gunned down in Mexico while in an armored vehicle and the weapon that was traced to Dallas, Texas.
Unbelievable Corruption All The Way To The Top
New facts have come to light now that make the whole issue of gun smuggling from the US to Mexico not only condoned, but enabled by several US enforcement agencies causing the deaths of American citizens and law enforcement personnel alike, that make this whole fiasco even more damning. The new information that has been courageously extracted by such courageous and hard hitting journalists as Marianne Skolek and Robert Plumlee, who have dared to go where the American liberal mass media as simply refused to go.
A Rogue Agency Struggles To Justify It's Existence
Why would thousands of weapons that have not been tagged with tracking devices be knowingly sold to the Mexican drug cartel? If you wanted to continue the chaotic situation at the US border, thus justifying a 40 million dollar federal grant awarded to US enforcement agencies along the US southern border, 10 million of it targeted toward expenses incurred by the ATF, then you are obviously prolonging a conflict and are feeding the fire that prolongs bloodshed. The ATF has for some time been seeking conflicts in order to justify its funding and existence going all the way back to the slaughter that occurred against the Branch Dividians in Waco, Texas.
Drug Cartel Influence Goes All The Way To Washington DC
However, it all goes much deeper than that when you consider the charges by many that the Los Zetas Drug Cartel in Mexico is actually financially supporting many politicians in Washington DC. At the very core of all this is Eric Holder. It all goes back to 2001 Eric Holder, an attorney for Covington and Burling in Washington DC was representing Purdue Pharma, a drug company that faced huge losses and criminal charges. West Virginia Attorney General, Darrell McGraw, filed a civil case against Purdue Pharma for the misrepresentation of their powerful narcotic, Oxycontin, as being a safe pain reliever for even minor injuries when in actuality the drug was an addictive and dangerous pain killer.
In order to avoid criminal charges on behalf of his client, Purdue Pharma, as well as minimize losses, Eric Holder negotiated a settlement concealed within the judge’s chambers in West Virginia. Eric Holder effectively quashed the release of damaging documents and criminal evidence that would have exposed his client, Purdue Pharma as being responsible for marketing and distributing a dangerous drug.
Holder’s big deal thus perpetuated addictions, overdoses, deaths, and false assurances that this powerful narcotic was safe to use for mild injuries.
Eric Holder negotiated the educational cooperation of Purdue Pharma in mitigating the damage that Oxycontin’s effects had caused. With his hands deep in the pockets of Purdue Pharma, willing to actually prolong the suffering caused by their potent drug by banning trial hearings and criminal proceedings, Eric Holder is clearly more concerned with money than he is with justice or human welfare.
The Mexican drug cartels have little interest in medical marijuana or the proper identification of potent, addictive drugs being introduced into the unsuspecting American market. As a result of Oxycontin’s impact, indefinite pain management programs have been set up for patients who were treated with this drug. Doctors have been led to believe that the only solution for most patients in treating chronic pain has been to subject them to life long controlled addiction programs termed pain management programs without any alternative to getting off the profoundly addictive Oxycontin.
So, while states have been operating legal medical marijuana pain treatment programs as well as for Glaucoma disease, the federal government will continue to aggressively pursue the criminalization of pot, which is much less damaging than the effects of Oxycontin. Legalization of marijuana would be in total conflict to the interests of Los Zetas Drug Cartel, the DEA, ICE, ATF, FBI, as well as the financial interests of a number of political leaders in Washington DC including Attorney General, Eric Holder.
The Widespread Criminal Wrongdoing on Capitol Hill
What we have is a conflict of interests involved between the federal government, its immigration policies, the financing of law enforcement agencies, and the politicians who are obviously on the payroll of the Mexican drug cartels. When these interests stand to be violated through the prosecution of drug criminals, identifying where the money flows and to who, and funding the operation of costly US law enforcement, I can guarantee to you that only the innocent will die, and little in the way of justice will be served as we try to unlock the complex puzzle.
One thing for sure that we do know thanks to those who have risked their lives such as Robert Plumlee who had to do the investigative work for US law enforcement in order to find the truth. The work of Marianne Skolek, who actually lost a family member to the effects of Oxycontin, and has written many revealing articles on the greed and exploitation of US pharmaceutical giants. The interests of these drug companies also coincide with the illegal operations of such criminal organizations as Los Zetas. Therefore we find it difficult to expect justice or truth when the vested interests of so many runs counter to prosecuting the war on drugs and fighting illegal immigration on our southern borders. Eric Holder must answer for his part in all these deplorable contributions to the harmful effects of drugs and the criminal network that has been established between the Mexican drug cartel, law enforcement, and our political leaders who profit from all the death and suffering!
Who will atone for more than 40,000 deaths suffered at the hands of the drug cartels in Mexico? Will Issa’s and Grassley’s efforts into uncovering the truth through their investigations bring the guilty to prosecution? When will AG Eric Holder finally be brought to justice along with so many others in the Obama administration?