In Mexico’s region bloodied by Zetas and Gulf drug cartels related to the U.S. State Department and FBI “Fast and Furious” gun running scandal costing approximately 40,000 deaths, three U.S. citizens, a mother and two children traveling Thursday to have Christmas holidays with family were killed in a gun shooting spree on buses.
Three U.S. citizens traveling to spend the holidays with their relatives in Mexico were among those killed in a spree of shooting attacks on buses in northern Mexico last week concurred authorities from both countries Friday.
AP reports, “The attacks occurred near the border with theTamaulipas state border, “an area that has been the scene of bloody battles between the Zetas and Gulf drug cartels.”
“Five gunmen who allegedly carried out the attacks were later killed by soldiers.”
The National Terror Alert posted the news article about the shooting spress that includes officials urging Americans to travel with caution in northern Mexico.
In an investigation revealing one of the most damning U.S. human rights violations in history, a high-level whistleblower’s testimony in July prompted the Senate Judiciary Committee to deepen its probe into the FBI and other Justice Department agencies allegedly allowing thousands of U.S. weapons to cross the Mexican border hands of the dangerous members of cartels including Zetas, all part of American drug- and gun-smuggling operation costing over 35,000 lives.
In July, Mexican police released a videotaped interview of Jesus Enrique Rejon Aguilar, in which the recently captured No. 3 leader of the Los Zetas drug cartel said “all the weapons” the Zetas use were “bought in the United States” and that “even the American government itself was selling the weapons.”
In Oct. 2010, the Examiner reported in the article, “US military trained Mex drug cartel ops,” that “founders of the most powerful criminal gang in America and the world, Los Zetas Mexico-based cartel, were trained with US funds for ‘special forces’ at Fort Bennings and Fort Bragg.”
In late November, the Examiner reported, “Mexican human rights lawyer Netzai Sandoval filed the largest civil lawsuit ever presented to the International Criminal Court (ICC), demanding it investigate both cartels and officials responsible for systematic human rights abuses and crimes against humanity during the Drug War, a probe that might include Secretary Hillary Clinton plus Department of Defense Officials since U.S. Secretary of State and DoD have been involved in supplying weapons to the Mexican drug mafia, contributing to 40,000 deaths.”
A 2008 memo from the State Department, of which Hillary Clinton is Secretary, to then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi, shows a $1,000,000 shipment of select fire M4A2 assault rifles to the Mexican Federal Police Force, (AKA Federales) one of the most corrupt Mexican government agencies.”
The U.S. State Department, the agency responsible for overseeing exportation of military goods, authorized transferring 2.5 million units of small arms, weapon optics, silencers, and related components.
From 2008 to 2009, when President Obama entered office, Defense Department expenditures to Mexico increased from $12 million to $34,000,000, and State Department expenditures increased from $7.2 million to $356 million.
Secretary of State Clinton denied knowing anything about Fast and Furious.
“I don’t know,” she repeated. “I cannot offer any opnion on that.”