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Thursday, August 04, 2011

New ATF bombshell--was cocaine from cartels allowed in U.S.?

In the ongoing investigation into the DOJ-ATF-Obama Administration gun smuggling scandal that is the subject of Congressional hearings, a possible new bombshell has been revealed today indicating that federal agents may have deliberately allowed the Sinaloa Mexican drug cartel to bring cocaine into the United States.
The official reason given by the Feds is that the cocaine would be 'traced' in order to gather information on rival drug cartels.
According to El Paso Times news reporter Diana Washington Valdez, if the latest allegations prove to be true, then the case would be a bombshell on the same par with the ATF gun smuggling scheme known as 'Project Gunwalker' or 'Operation Fast and Furious.'

The ATF made illegal straw purchases of American firearms at U.S. gun stores and 'walked' the guns across the border into Mexico, placing them into the hands of the Mexican drug cartels. Many believe that the ultimate reason for the scheme was to artificially bolster statistics that would 'prove' the Obama Administration's contention that U.S. firearms are arming the cartels, and to make a case for massive new gun control laws.

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