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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Somebody Jumped Tell Me Where To Send The Flowers West of Pecos River?

Drug Cartel Money Tied Texas Tea Party Rebellion and Insurrection of April 2009 

If You Feel Froggy Jump!
Somebody Jumped Tell Me Where To Send The Flowers

DEA Scandal was Before Fast And Furious
Under The Bush Administration Lead by 
Texas Governor Rick Perry

(Rick Perry 2009 Texas Tea Party Convention)

(See Article Below)

Thousands of Texas Claims Filed
Against Governor Rick Perry

Governor Sentenced To Prison Drug Trafficking

"Shown in some photos with his graying mop of curls tucked into a cowboy hat, Yarrington appeared as an invited dignitary at public events with Texas governors George W. Bush and Rick Perry during his own stint as a border state governor. He often visited Texas until immigration authorities told him to leave in 2012."

The Texas Tea Party Rebellion and 
Insurrection of April 2009 

Governor Rick Perry, Texas Tea Party Ted Cruz, Koch Brothers Tea Party Campaign Money From Drug / Human Trafficking:

 "Shown in some photos with his graying mop of curls tucked into a cowboy hat, Yarrington appeared as an invited dignitary at public events with Texas governors George W. Bush and Rick Perry during his own stint as a border state governor. He often visited Texas until immigration authorities told him to leave in 2012."

‘Drop a Dime’ [.50 cents today] in a Pay Phone to the DEA, “A Texas Politician Is Funding a Presidential Campaign on Cocaine Proceeds, a 50/50 venture with the KOCH Brothers.”

“Many Trucks will have transponders Installed so they can pass right through Border Checks without delay or inspection (Texas Governor Rick Perry 2010).”

Pentagon Clears Sierra Nevada-Embraer Work After Protest
By Danielle Ivory - Mar 15, 2013 5:13 PM CT 
Sierra Nevada, a closely held company based in Sparks, Nevada, on Feb. 27 won the $427 million contract that initially calls for 20 light-attack planes, maintenance support and training.  The A-29 Super Tucano aircraft will be built by Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil-based Embraer. 

The military’s override of the stop-work order doesn’t alter the 100-day period that the GAO has to make a decision on Beechcraft’s protest. 
The contract was originally awarded to Sierra Nevada in December 2011. The Pentagon canceled the award about two months later after Wichita, Kansas-based Beechcraft, formerly Hawker  Beechcraft Corp., sued the military over its exclusion. In February, Beechcraft lost for the second time.

Federal forfeitures cloaked in secrecy
By LISE OLSEN/Houston Chronicle
Posted:   06/01/2013 03:03:17 PM MDT

HOUSTON (AP) — In the last three years, Texan federal agents have contributed to some of the largest forfeiture cases in American law enforcement history — seizing Caribbean bank accounts, 
stud racehorses and luxury condos allegedly linked to organized crime activity by drug dealers, Ponzi schemers and money launderers.
But a heavy veil of secrecy hangs over the details of most federal forfeiture cases, the vast majority of which were made based on investigations that are not disclosed in public records or even 
reviewed in federal court.

One of their biggest grabs involved Mexican cartel leader Osiel Cardenas Guillen. In 2010, Houston-based prosecutors struck a plea deal with the 42-year-old former car thief who long led Mexico's powerful Gulf Cartel. Cardenas agreed to hand over $50 million in assets as part of his sentencing.

By 2012, the government already had distributed $29.5 million of the loot to Texas law enforcement agencies, among them Cameron County Sheriff Omar Lucio who told Hearst newspapers he's already spent most of his $5.9 million federal check on 13 more officers, two "sniffer dogs," vehicles, upgraded weapons and raises for everyone in the department that patrols the area closest to Cardenas' former stronghold in Matamoros.

But details of how and where the federal agents recovered the cartel chief's funds remain a state secret. Only a handful of seizures of Cardenas' helicopters, including one $1.3 million chopper found 

Inside the Shocking DEA Scandal -- Global Surveillance Tools Used to Help Arrest Americans for Small Crimes
August 6, 2013  

"We are talking about ordinary crime" says the reporter who broke the story, not "national security crimes."

Amy Goodman:  The unit of the DEA that distributes the secret intelligence to agents is called the Special Operations Division, or SOD. Two dozen partner agencies comprise the unit, including the FBI, CIA, NSA, Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Homeland Security. The unit was first created two decades ago, but it’s coming under increased scrutiny  following the recent revelations about the NSA maintaining a database of all phone calls made in the United States. One former federal judge, Nancy Gertner, said the DEA program sounds more troubling than recent disclosures that the NSA has been collecting domestic phone records. She said, quote, "It is one thing to create special rules for national security. 

Ordinary crime is entirely different. It sounds like they are phonying up investigations."

MAKE LATIN TIMES your homepage
By David Iaconangelo, Aug 30, 2013 09:36 AM EDT
The operation began in the spring of 2011, according to vocativ, after two discoveries of mass graves in northern Mexico thought to be the work of drug cartels operating there. 
In one, 183 corpses were uncovered; in another some hundreds of miles west, over 200 bodies were found.  In response, the Pentagon decided to launch Lowrider, awarding an $18 million contract to Sierra Nevada Corporation only months later in which the firm would provide the planes (and surveillance equipment built into them) and the flight crews which would take them into Mexican airspace. 

When one Republican congressman complained in a letter to the Pentagon about the lack of a bidding process between defense contractors, Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Maj. Gen. Edward Bolton wrote back that the urgency of the situation justified it, and called the mission "classified and extremely sensitive".  

El Universal notes that a 2011 New York Times
report on an agreement between US President Barack Obama and Mexican President Felipe Calderón which saw US drone aircrafts flying into Mexican territory did not mention OperationLowrider.


Email From Left Action 
Take action!  1) Demand Koch Brothers Attack Groups Stop Hiding Their Donors; 2) Tell CBN: It's Time for Pat Robertson to Go;  3) Tell VA TV Stations: Don't Air for FREE Citizens United "Documentary" Attacking Democratic Candidate for Governor; 4)  Tell Congress: Overturn Citizens United; 5) Tell Mitch McConnell how you feel about his filibuster record

 1) Demand Koch Brothers Attack Groups Stop Hiding Their Donors  

Groups connected to the Koch brothers have spent hundreds of millions smearing Democratic candidates, all while using disclosure laws to conceal their backers. 

It's time for these groups to come clean. It's outrageous that these gazillionaire mega-donors are allowed to do this in secret, while normal donations to candidates from small donors are public information.  

Send a message, and demand that the Koch linked groups reveal their donors. 


The Satel-ELITE RICO Perry Cocaine Cartel and Koch Brothers Mexican ex-Governor Sentenced

Mexican ex-governor sentenced in NY to 11 years

Ted Cruz Tea Party Campaign Money From Drug Trafficking Governor Rick Perry: "Shown in some photos with his graying mop of curls tucked into a cowboy hat, Yarrington appeared as an invited dignitary at public events with Texas governors George W. Bush and Rick Perry during his own stint as a border state governor. He often visited Texas until immigration authorities told him to leave in 2012."

Governor Sentenced To Prison Drug Trafficking

Updated: Friday, 28 Jun 2013, 9:40 PM CDT
Published : Friday, 28 Jun 2013, 6:05 PM CDT

NEW YORK (AP) — A former governor of a Mexican state who admitted to conspiring to launder money in a New York drug case was sentenced Friday to just under 11 years in prison, but may face as little as three more years behind bars in the United States.

Mario Ernesto Villanueva Madrid, 64, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to 10 years and 11 months in prison after he pleaded guilty last year to conspiracy to commit money laundering. He was originally accused of conspiring to import hundreds of tons of cocaine.

Villanueva Madrid, a former governor of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, has been jailed since 2001, when he was first charged with similar crimes in Mexico.

Outside court, defense attorney Richard Lind said he was pleased with the sentence, saying it was likely that Villanueva Madrid will serve only about three years in prison once he is credited with time he has already served in Mexican and U.S. prisons and gets additional credit for good behavior.

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Still Applied?

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Intelligence Not Targeting

Texas Covert Drug Human Experimentation

Dr. OZ and Banana Blog Warnings
Human Experimentation 

Texas Governor Linked To Over 150,000 Big Pharmaceutical Deaths

Merck 88,000 Deaths

The Texas Governor Mexican Connection
Write Laws that Contradicts Medical Professional On Global Scale

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