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Mexican Drug Cartels operating in the U.S. through street gangs

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Many street gangs in the larger cities are now directly connected to the Mexican Drug Cartels (MDC’s). They smuggle drugs and humans into the U.S. via known and un-known smuggling corridors throughout the Southwestern United States. Law enforcement indicates that they work for and do the dirty work for the cartels in return for drugs. This dirty work includes murder, drug distribution, and collection of debts owed to the MDC’s by other gangs and drug traffickers nationwide.

Federal authorities point to the Mexican drug cartels that are ultimately responsible for border violence on both sides of the U.S. Mexican border and beyond, by having cemented ties to U.S. Street and prison gangs all across America. Many of these gangs operate in cities like El Paso, Tucson, San Diego and Los Angeles some like Barrio Azteca from El Paso who operate on both sides. More

Excerpt from “American Drug War” …BRASSCHECK TV/video

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Before the “War on Terror” the Bush

family declared another war.

Bush Sr. got the ball rolling on that one.

Bush Sr. was Ronald Reagan’s “Dick Cheney.”

He was the real president while the senile, but highly charismatic actor and lifelong associate of gangsters Ronald Reagan occupied the White House.

It was called “The War on Drugs.”

And just like the “War on Terror,” it was (and still is) a multi-billion dollar enterprise fighting shadows.

Guess who brought cocaine into the US by the planeload during the 1980s?

Excerpt from “American Drug War”

George Bush Sr. has been involved in this since Day One and was the driving force behind Iran-Contra.

Gary Webb, who broke this story, was demoted by his newspaper, the San Jose Mercury, and driven out of journalism by his “colleagues.”

The Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the San Francisco Examiner all ran multi-page stories personally discrediting him.

Webb later committed suicide by shooting himself in the head – twice.
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