Mexican Round-Up-Who really are the Zetas?(U.S./Israeli trained Special Forces)
Mexico: US drug agents aided the Beltrán Leyva cartel
U.S.Resident Barack Obama,Secretary of State Cocaine Trafficker Hillary Clinton and Argentina's U.S. Military Coup Scandal
Check out Hillary Clinton’s comments on drugs and Mexico.The innocent citizens of Mexico are being killed by massive flow of guns from the U.S. – not ‘drugs’.
Also did you hear about the U.S.Air Force plane that recently landed in Argentina with undeclared weapons,morphine and survellience equipment and messages in 15 different languages explaining that if they are caught that they are really the ‘good guys’ and their plight should be reported the the U.S.government ?
DFW Airport,24 Kuwaitis & Saudis,Richard Rainwater,George W Bush,Tom DeLay & 5.6 Ton cocaine bust in Mexico by Tony Ryals
''SkyWay, a company with no products, and thus nothing needing "repair," nonetheless announced in July 2003 “their newly established Part 145 repair station” in a building owned by LIT Industrial Texas Limited Partnership, a venture of Texas real estate giant Trammel Crow, the flagship corporation in the far-flung empire of billionaire speculator Richard Rainwater.......
''Ranked among the 100 wealthiest Americans, Rainwater backed George W. Bush in four separate business ventures, including the Texas Rangers baseball team from which Bush, who had been drilling “dry holes” until then, profited handsomely. In a heated 1994 Governor’s race, Texas Democratic Governor Ann Richards charged Rainwater “owned" her Republican opponent Bush.''
- Daniel Hopsicker , www.madcowprod.com
Mexico,CIA,Guantanamo Rendition Plane, Cocaine, Homeland 'Security'
''Increasing suspicion even more was the suggestion, in a report of a committee of the European Parliament, that in addition to having been used in drug trafficking the Gulfstream II had flown CIA rendition flights to Guantanamo.'' - Daniel Hopsicker , www.madcowprod.com
The Surname Leyva is spelled as the Jewish spelling as LEIVA known as Spanish/Sephardic Jewish name.
Zeta gang connected to U.S. Special Forces/Mossad
(WMR)—Multiple well-informed sources in Central and South America have told WMR that the heavily-armed and merciless Los Zetas narcotics cartel operating in Mexico is carrying out their destabilization efforts in Mexico with the assistance of elements of the U.S. Special Forces and Israel’s Mossad.
In addition, Zeta’s activities are not merely confined to Mexico but extend to Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua with the goal of destabilizing those nations in order to ensure the establishment of pro-U.S. regimes or, in the case of Honduras, ensure the continuation in power of the present military-backed government.
Many of the Zeta paramilitary personnel were trained at Fort Bragg and at the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, formerly known as the School of the Americas. The former Mexican military Zeta personnel were trained in kidnapping, ambushing, car jacking, surveillance, and psychological warfare operations by the United States and Israel. It is the psychological warfare operations that are at the center of the current fear campaign being waged by the Zetas against the Mexican people with the promotion of the Santa Muerte death cult by the cartel serving as a major psychological warfare tactic to ensure a constant state of fear among the Mexican population.
Tens of thousands of Mexicans have been killed by the Zetas, with many victims being beheaded and brutally tortured before being shot or hacked to pieces. The psychological warfare program is designed to frighten honest law enforcement personnel, as well as journalists, many of whom have already been murdered in the destabilization violence in Mexico.
WMR has been told that one of the major goals of the U.S. and Israeli support for the Zetas is to promote the building of a sophisticated barricade, using U.S. and Israeli-supplied technology, along the U.S.-Mexican border. Meanwhile, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosive (ATF), part of the Justice Department, was discovered to be involved in the smuggling of semi-automatic weapons from the United States to Mexico with many of the weapons ending up in the hands of the Zetas and the rival Sinaloa drug cartel. The ATF operation, called Project Gunrunner, was designed to stem the flow of weapons to Mexican drug gangs, but as discovered by CBS News and Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) it had the opposite goal of arming the Mexican drug cartels, especially the Zetas.
There was little mention of the U.S. and Israeli destabilization program in Mexico when Mexican President Felipe Calderon recently visited the White House for talks with President Obama. Obama and Calderon agreed that border security should be improved and that the flow of drugs into the United States from Mexico and weapons from the United States to Mexico should be curtailed. But there was mention of another commodity being smuggled from Mexico into the United States—oil. And any enhanced barricade along the border will only deter Mexicans in search of honest employment from trying to enter the United States. The Zetas and U.S. weapons smuggler will continue to receive a “wink and a nod” in their smuggling operations.
The CIA and Pentagon have a vested interest in the destabilization of Mexico because of one of the major benefits the United States receives in return from the Zetas and Sinaloa (Pacific) cartels, namely the smuggling of large amounts of crude oil from the Mexican state oil company, PEMEX, into south Texas. The oil smuggling, according to one of WMR’s sources in Latin America, is connected to organized crime figures in Chicago who are linked to newly-elected mayor Rahm Emanuel. The oil smuggling is also connected to an organized crime syndicate based in Cincinnati.
In 2009, Donald Schroeder, president of Trammo Petroleum in Houston, was convicted of purchasing stolen Mexican crude oil that had been smuggled into the United States via tanker trucks and barges for processing at Texas refineries. However, Schroeder was apparently a small fish in comparison to major U.S. oil companies and their paid-off politicians which are reaping huge profits from the smuggled Mexican oil as petroleum prices are skyrocketing with the events in the Middle East.
The Zetas, with support from Mossad cells operating in Guatemala and Costa Rica are, according to our sources, using weapons smuggled from the United States and drugs smuggled from Mexico and other locations to launch major destabilization efforts aimed at toppling the Sandinista government from power in Nicaragua and seeing the leftist National Unity of Hope (UNE) government of Guatemala ousted in the 2012 election. Last September, the Obama administration listed Nicaragua as a “major” drug trafficking center, although it failed to mention that the drugs are coming from the Zetas with the support of the CIA and Mossad. Mossad is using Costa Rica, where it has free reign, to conduct the destabilization of Nicaragua with the support of its Zeta allies in Mexico and Central America.
Previously published in the Wayne Madsen Report.
Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist and nationally-distributed columnist. He is the editor and publisher of the Wayne Madsen Report (subscription required).
Mexico: US drug agents aided the Beltrán Leyva cartel
Submitted by Weekly News Update on Tue, 01/17/2012 - 12:38.
Agents of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) worked with an informant and with Mexican enforcement agents in 2007 to launder millions of dollars for Mexico's Beltrán Leyva cartel, according to reports in the New York Times and the Mexican magazine emeequis. The information comes from the Mexican government's response to a US request for the extradition of Harold Mauricio Poveda-Ortega, a Colombian drug trafficker arrested in Mexico in November 2010.
According to documents the Mexican government supplied in the extradition case, in January 2007 a DEA informant began seeking money-laundering jobs from Poveda-Ortega, who was supplying Colombian drugs to the Mexican cartel headed by Arturo Beltrán Leyva and his three brothers. In July, the informant and a group of DEA agents laundered about $1 million through a Bank of America branch in Dallas and had it delivered to someone in Panama. In August and September they worked with an undercover Mexican agent to launder $499,250 on one occasion and $1 million on another. In October the DEA helped the Beltrán Leyva cartel ship 330 kilograms of cocaine through Dallas from Ecuador to Madrid, where Spanish authorities seized the drugs after being tipped off by the DEA.
As reported by the New York Times in December, the US government claims that this type of operation is useful in tracking criminal activity and leads to the arrests of cartel leaders. Arturo Beltrán Leyva was killed in a shootout with Mexican security forces in 2009, and apparently information from the US led to the Mexican operation. But the Beltrán Leyva cartel remains a major criminal organization. Morris Panner, a former assistant US attorney and an adviser on drug policy at Harvard University, described the DEA's strategy "a slippery slope. If it's not careful, the United States could end up helping the bad guys more than hurting them." (NYT, Jan. 9)
On Jan. 10 the Mexican government gave its official statistics on drug-related homicides for 2011. The Mexican Attorney General's Office (PGR) reported that 12,903 deaths of this sort had occurred as of Sept. 30, giving a total of 47,453 drug-related homicides since President Felipe Calderón Hinojosa took office in December 2006. The Los Angeles Times reports that with the presidential election coming up in six months, Calderón's government was reluctant to release the numbers and only did so under pressure. (LAT, Jan. 11; La Jornada, Mexico, Jan. 12)
Crime reporting is inconsistent in Mexico, with the result that official and non-governmental figures sometimes differ considerably. Earlier this month the Mexican daily La Jornada gave a much lower figure, 11,890, for homicides in 2011 but a much higher figure, 51,918, for the total since December 2006.
Mexico's Beltran-Leyva Drug Cartel
BBC News - Arturo Beltran Leyva, shot dead during a shootout with
security forces, was one of Mexico's most wanted men, with a $2.3m
reward on his head.
Known as "the boss of bosses", he headed the cartel that bears his
name, the Beltran Leyva Organisation (BLO).
This was formed as as a gang in its own right after a 2008 split from
the notorious and powerful Sinaloa cartel headed by Joaquin Shorty
The area of operations of the two gangs along Mexico's Pacific coast
overlap to some extent and the two gangs are fighting for control of
lucrative smuggling routes into the US market.
In the fluctuating and violent alliances between Mexico's drug gangs,
the Beltran Leyva cartel has teamed up with Los Zetas in their deadly
feud with the Sinaloa cartel.
Los Zetas are a group of former soldiers hired by the Gulf Cartel as
hitmen but now a gang in its own right.
The Beltran Leyva Organisation has been around for a long time and has
perhaps the most sophisticated intelligence of any of the gangs,
according to a recent report by Stratfor Global Intelligence.
The gang has penetrated every level of Mexican government, Stratfor says.
As well as having a Mexican price on his head, Arturo Beltran Leyva,
believed to be around 50, was wanted in the US.
He was formally designated a "drug kingpin". In August 2009, the US
justice department indicted him and 42 others in connection with
And in December 2009, the US Treasury froze assets of people and
companies linked to the Beltran Leyva gang.
"The Beltran Leyva Organisation is responsible for acts of terrible
violence in the pursuit of money," a treasury statement said, adding
that the cartel and its associates controlled firms involved in, among
others, transportation, electronics, health products and hospitality.
Washington has accused the Beltran Leyva gang of smuggling millions of
dollars of cocaine and heroin into the US.
Their suppliers are Colombian drug gangs, in particular the Norte del
Arturo Beltran Leyva's death is the biggest blow against his cartel
since January 2008 when one of his brothers was captured.
However, the leadership gap is likely to soon be filled. Three other
brothers, including Hector Beltran Leyva, are accused of involvement
in the cartel.
Tags: CORRUPTION HUMAN TRAFFICKING JUDAISM MEXICO
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Re: Mexico's Beltran-Leyva Drug Cartel
(Marcos) Arturo Beltrán Leyva (September 27, 1961 – December 16, 2009)
was the leader of the Mexican drug trafficking organization known as
the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel, which is headed by the Beltrán Leyva
brothers: Marcos Arturo, Mario Alberto, Carlos, Alfredo and
Héctor. The cartel is responsible for cocaine, marijuana, heroin
and methamphetamine production, transportation and wholesaling. It
controls numerous drug trafficking corridors into the United States
and is also responsible for human smuggling, money laundering,
extortion, kidnapping, murder, contract killing, torture, gun-running
and other acts of violence against men, women, and children in
Mexico. The organization is connected with the assassinations of
numerous Mexican law enforcement officials.
Since the mid 1990s Arturo Beltrán Leyva allegedly led powerful groups
of assassins to fight for trade routes in northeastern Mexico. By
2008, through the use of corruption or intimidation, he was able to
infiltrate Mexico's political, judicial and police institutions
to feed classified information about anti-drug operations, and
even infiltrated the Interpol office in Mexico.
The Beltrán Leyva brothers, who were formerly aligned with the Sinaloa
Cartel, are now allies of Los Zetas of the Gulf Cartel.
The Surname Leyva is spelled as the Jewish spelling as LEIVA known as
Spanish/Sephardic Jewish name.
It has been told to me by Jewish people of Israel I worked with for
Rockwell International briefly for a company that made the military
helmets in Silicon Valley that the LEYVA SURNAME is very COMMON in
Israel as (Smith or Brown) is here in the USA.
The problem is if you look at ancestry.com or familysearch.com you won't see a
(listing or census records) for ISRAEL for us researchers. What you
will find is the LEYVA,LEIVA, LEYBA Surname records however dating all
the way back to SPAIN when they originated in SPAIN as
Spanish/Sephardic Jew during the RECONQUEST and migrated all over due
to up-heaval due to the reconquest over RELIGION. There are RECORDS
DESTROYED over the fact of the JEWS in SPAIN and it is part of HISTORY
many did not want to talk about until recent historical up-bringing of
the issues at hand within the foundation of those in control.
andie531 | Sun, 2010-04-11 08:47
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Mexican Round-Up-Who really are the Zetas?(U.S./Israeli trained Special Forces)
Los Zetas Narco Trafickers
By Mario Andrade
July 6, 2011
Last Sunday, one of the original seven members of Los Zetas, Jesús Enrique Rejón Aguilar, aka El Mamito, was captured in Mexico. Rejón Aguilar was also known as Zeta 7. He helped the then Gulf Drug Cartel leader Osiel Cardenas recruit the original Mexican special forces soldiers trained at Fort Benning, Georgia to become the most dangerous criminal organization in Mexico.
In an edited interview with Mexican Federal Police (in Spanish and now posted at YouTube), Rejón Aguilar reveals some interesting information about the origins of Los Zetas, where they get their weapons, and where they buy their drug shipments.
Rejón Aguilar probably knows he’s going to be murdered in prison, so he appears to be speaking the truth, perhaps in order to reach a deal with Mexican authorities so they can provide him witness protection.
Los Zetas are the biggest obstacle for the Mexican narco-state. They are their biggest and most dangerous competitors. In the interview Rejón Aguilar reveals that Los Zetas do not trust the Colombians, so they purchase the drug shipments (mostly cocaine) from the Guatemalans. They know the Colombians are infiltrated by CIA and DEA, so they wait to buy the cocaine using the Guatemalans as decoys to avoid being traced.
Another interesting revelation made by Rejón Aguilar is that Los Zetas have operatives in the U.S. who have purchased (at least in the past) firearms and other weapons from different suppliers including from the ‘U.S. Government itself.’
Last March, the Mexican military raided a Zeta camp at Falcon Lake, where they seized several anti-aircraft shoulder missiles and other weapons.
The following is the (edited) interview transcript translated to English:
Interrogator: What is your name?
Rejón Aguilar: Jesús Enrique Rejón Aguilar, aka El Mamito o El Caballero.
Interrogator: What is your date of birth, where are you from and how old are you?
Rejón Aguilar: June 9th, 1976. I’m 35 years old, and I’m from Sabancuy, Campeche.
Interrogator: What do you do for a living?
Rejón Aguilar: Drug trafficking.
Interrogator: For which organization?
Rejón Aguilar: Los Zetas.
Interrogator: How did you join this organization, and when?
Rejón Aguilar: After I deserted from the army, in 1999, I went to Reynosa and I met (Arturo Guzman) Decena, aka. Zeta 1.
Interrogator: Who created Los Zetas?
Rejón Aguilar: It was Osiel (Cardenas), through Zeta 1.
Interrogator: When they were originally created, how many members were there?
Rejón Aguilar: At first we were seven. Then they brought seven more and added to the original fourteen members.
Interrogator: Were you one of the founders?
Rejón Aguilar: Yes.
Interrogator: Which (rank) number were you?
Rejón Aguilar: Zeta 7.
Interrogator: What happened after Osiel was captured?
Rejón Aguilar: When Osiel was captured, what happened later was that Jorge Costilla Sanchez took control of the organization.
Interrogator: What happened when Los Zetas separated from the Gulf Drug cartel?
Rejón Aguilar: They (the Gulf Cartel) began to do business with La Familia Michoacana, El Mayo Zambada (member of the Sinaloa Cartel, who’s son, Vicente Zambada is a DEA operative, according to court documents from his trial in Chicago), with el Chapo Guzman (leader of the Sinaloa Cartel), and people from Jalisco. They created their alliance, and when we broke away, they were already organized and began to kill our people. That’s when the organization was split in two: Los Zetas and the Gulf Cartel.
Interrogator: And this is when the separation began between Gulf and Zetas?
Rejón Aguilar: That’s when the separation began.
Interrogator: Are you basically at war with everyone?
Rejón Aguilar: They, the Gulf, created an alliance, and we’re at war with El Mayo, El Chapo, La Familia Michoana, and Jalisco. We’re at war with all of them.
Interrogator: And you know La Familia is from Michoacan, El Chango Mendez (leader of La Familia who was discovered to be distributing weapons purchased from the U.S. BATF) went to Aguascalientes to dialog with Los Zetas, was he asking you for protection?
Rejón Aguilar: He was trying to reach out to us.
Rejón Aguilar: To dialog because they killed all his people and he wanted our support.
Interrogator: Would that have been possible?
Rejón Aguilar: In my opinion, who ever betrays you once, can betray you again, so it wouldn’t have been a good idea. But I don’t know what the commanders would think about that.
Interrogator: And La Tuta (member of La Familia and founder of the Knights Templar)? Is there a relation between him and Los Zetas?
Rejón Aguilar: No. His organization is with the Gulf, so he’s our enemy.
Interrogator: That relationship between La Tuta, La Familia Michoacana and the Knights Templar with the Gulf makes them your enemies?
Rejón Aguilar: Yes, because they’re killing our people and we’re trying to stop them.
Interrogator: With respect to the relationship between Arturo Beltran (former partner of DEA Operative Edgar ‘Barbie’ Valdez who was betrayed and killed by the military) and La Familia, then Beltran falls, then el Chayo falls, later el Chango, what do you think happened in Michoacan?
Rejón Aguilar: Michoacan collapsed because in essence, they didn’t keep their word. There was never a deal reached with them. In fact, when Arturo went down, there was a cease-fire, but they (La Familia) broke it, and they went to war against Arturo and sought refuge with el Valencia.
Interrogator: So after that, everyone started to break away and work for themselves?
Rejón Aguilar: Yes. That’s when the war started. By that time, we were already working for ourselves.
Interrogator: How did you all begin to work independently?
Rejón Aguilar: Since we no longer had ties with anybody, we began to bring the material (the drugs) ourselves.
Interrogator: How do you obtain the drugs? Which Colombian cartel do you work with?
Rejón Aguilar: I do not know. That’s handled by different personnel. But it has always been brought through Guatemala because the Colombians are not trustworthy.
Interrogator: They bring it from somewhere else?
Rejón Aguilar: From Guatemala. It can be bought from Colombia, Panama, or Guatemala. We buy it from Guatemala.
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…