Saw this at Trevor Loudon’s New Zeal Blog. I am also happy to oblige. Copied, pasted and now sending it out to blogoshpere!
Barnhardt weighs in – Red Alert
Submitted by Terresa on July 24, 2011 – 8:34 pm EST
By: Andrea Shea King
The Radio Patriot
Earlier today I sent out a blast email detailing the info below. Ann Barnhardt, our Annie Oakley-Joan of Arc has posted it at her site too. I’d send you there, but Ann doesn’t use permalinks on her website. Instead, she encourages her readers to copy, paste and spin it out into the blogosphere. Happy to oblige.
Red Alert: Obama State Dept. Selling Arms to Zetas
Posted by Ann Barnhardt – July 22, AD 2011 5:40 PM MST
Remember the video of the captured Zeta narco terrorist I posted a couple of weeks ago in which he claimed to get weaponry directly from the U.S. government? Yep. He wasn’t kidding.
Sold to the Zetas by the Obama State Department with the cooperation of the CIA, and once sold to Hizbullah, coming to a suburban Christian church near you.
I’m telling you, our government has already been overthrown. The whole mess is beyond repair. You can’t fire two or three guys and think that is going to make any difference whatsoever. Hillary Clinton should only ever see her grandchildren five minutes at a time through a bulletproof plexiglass partition in Florence, CO.
The video she refers to:
At her site she writes the following beneath the video:
This was emailed to me by a reader.
This guy is one of the founders of the major Mexican narco-terror gangs, Los Zetas. Los Zetas was founded by seven AWOL Mexican army special forces in 1999, of which this guy was one of the seven. He was just captured, and this recording is just a few days old. He implicates both the U.S. Government and the Mexican Government as being directly involved in arming Los Zetas.
Beginning at the 5:20 mark, this is the translation of the dialog, and yes, I speak enough Spanish to be able to confirm that. This translation is legit:
Interrogator: And where do you get your weapons?
Rejón Aguilar: From the United States. All weapons come from the U.S.
Interrogator: How are they brought here?
Rejón Aguilar: Crossing the river. We used to bring them through the bridge, but it’s become harder to do that.
Interrogator: Who purchases the weapons?
Rejón Aguilar: They are bought in the U.S. The buyers (on the U.S. side of the border) have said in the past that sometimes they would acquire them from the U.S. Government itself.
Interrogator: And nowadays, who distribute them to you?
Rejón Aguilar: It’s more difficult for us to acquire weapons nowadays, but we find ways. But it’s easier for the Gulf Cartel to bring them across the border.
Rejón Aguilar: We don’t know why, but they bring them (accross the bridge) in the trunk of their cars without being checked (by Mexican Customs). One can only think that they must have reached a deal with the (Mexican) government.
Interrogator: How often are they smuggled?
Rejón Aguilar: Today it’s more difficult so it’s more sporadic, like every month, every 20 days, or every month and a half. It’s done when ever there’s an opportunity.
Interrogator: And the drugs?
Rejón Aguilar: The drugs are handled by a group of accountants. They handle that in private. It’s compartmentalized. Only they know how and when it’s smuggled to the United States. I suppose, with the way that things are right now, they probably smuggle the drug shipments every two or three months.
Interrogator: How are the drug shipments smuggled to the U.S.?
Rejón Aguilar: They bring it to the U.S. through Laredo, but that’s done by a compartmentalized group handled by the accountants. They are responsible for all that.
Interrogator: Let’s talk about San Luis Potosi, do you remember the attack on the U.S. ICE agents?
Rejón Aguilar: Yes. They (Los Zetas) were travelling in a caravan of bullet-proof vehicles. They mistook them for other people and cut them off.
Interrogator: What’s happening in Tamaulipas?
Rejón Aguilar: In Tamaulipas, there’s a war because of the separation of the cartels. But we’re on hold because there is too much government (troops) presence.
Interrogator: Tell me about the armored (monster) vehicles. How were they made? How many of these vehicles were under your command?
Rejón Aguilar: Three… five at one time.
Interrogator: And out of these five vehicles, what type were they?
Rejón Aguilar: They were armored trucks typically known as monsters.
Interrogator: Were you ever prepared for being captured?
Rejón Aguilar: One always knows that sooner or later, we will be captured.
Interrogator: Is there someone you would like to ask for forgiveness?
Rejón Aguilar: Like how?
Interrogator: Yes. Like for your actions, or for disappointing somebody, like your children or your family?
Rejón Aguilar: Yes. To my mother, because since all of this happened, I haven’t seen her for 17 years.
Interrogator: And knowing that you haven’t seen your mother and she’s still alive, how do you feel?
Rejón Aguilar: Well, it’s hard. It’s cruel but oh well