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Wanted! alleged white supremacists accused of shooting State prison Chief!

Colorado authorities suspect two white supremacists may have been involved in the fatal shooting of a state prison chief that answered the door to his house, only to be greeted with gunfire.


WANTED! The alleged White Supremacist!

The alleged white supremacists

The alleged white supremacists, 47-year-old James Franklin Lohr and 31-year-old Thomas James Guolee, are believed to be part of a prison gang called the 211 Crew, according to a Reuters report based on statements made by Lieutenant Jeff Kramer, a spokesman for Colorado’s El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.

The murder victim, prison chief Tom Clements, was shot dead when he answered the door to his home located 45 miles from Denver on March 19. Judicial officials on Monday announced that Evan Spencer Ebel, a former convict and alleged member of the 211 Crew, was the main suspect involved in the shooting.

Due to a clerical mistake, Evans had been mistakenly released from prison in January, even though he had only served part of his sentence.

“It sounds like a horrific oversight,Pueblo County Commissioned Buffie McFadyen told AP, referring to the mistake that led to the man’s early release. “It’s tragic clerical error.”

After killing Clements, shooting a pizza delivery driver on March 17, and engaging in a roadside gun battle with Texas policemen on March 21, Ebel himself was found dead. His weapon, a 9 mm Smith & Wesson, was linked to the fatal shooting of Clements just two days earlier.

Police are now searching for Lohr and Guolee, who they believe might have been collaborating with Ebel in the death of the state’s corrections director last month, since phone records show both men communicating with Ebel in the hours leading up to the shooting. Both of the men were already wanted on warrants unrelated to the Clements murder.

“Because of the circumstances where you have violent folks who are willing to execute a DOC official, we don’t want to underestimate these guys,” Kramer told the Denver Post. Colorado investigators issued an alert Wednesday, warning law enforcement to be on the lookout for the two white supremacists that they believe to be armed and dangerous.

Authorities told USA TODAY that the men are not “suspects” of the white supremacist prison gang, but that they are “known associates”. They believe the men have fled the state and could be headed towards Texas or Nevada, based on unconfirmed reports about their whereabouts.

The white supremacist prison gang known as the 211 Crew is considered dangerous, and authorities are investigating whether leaders of the group ordered a hit on Clements. Benjamin Davis, founder of the 211 Crew, is currently serving 108 years in prison for a racketeering conviction, in addition to a 30-year prison sentence he received for a 1995 robbery and first-degree assault. An unnamed prosecutor told the Denver Post that Davis has been convicted with conspiracy to commit at least four assaults on various people. After authorities brought up his name in connection to the Clements murder investigation, he was placed in administrative segregation at the Buena Vista Correctional Complex.

Authorities are also investigating whether members of the 211 Crew had any involvement in the January 31 murder of Kaufman County assistant district attorney Mark Hasse, 57, who was shot and killed while exiting his vehicle on his way to work. Witnesses told local police that they saw two suspects leave the scene.

“Investigators are looking at a lot of different possibilities,” Kramer told AP in regards to the gang’s connection to the Clements murder. “We are not stepping out and saying it’s a hit or it’s not a hit. We’re looking at all possible motives.”

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Posted by on 04/05/2013 in Crime!, Murder and Executions


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Six of the eight cartels have Command networks in Texas!

The Mexican drug cartels are the biggest threat of organized crime in Texas, according to an intelligence report, released today which highlights the main risks to public safety entity.

Human trafficking at the Border“Six of the eight cartels currently have command and control networks operating in the state and move drugs and people into the United States while carrying cash, weapons and stolen vehicles into Mexico,” said the report.

The “Summary of Threats to Public Safety Texas 2013″, released by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), said to be a “top priority” in severely obstruct the scope and power of Mexican drug organizations.

“The impact of crime cartels is painfully obvious when we look at our neighbors in Mexico, with about 60,000 deaths since 2006 and continuing cases of brutal torture,” he said during the presentation of the report, DPS director Steve McCraw.

The report was based on information and perspectives of law enforcement, gathered from multiple national security agencies.

The report noted that state prison gangs are the second greatest threat of organized crime in Texas.

“Many gangs are now working directly with Mexican cartels, who earn substantial profits from drug trafficking,” he said.

“The prison gangs operating inside and outside the prison system, and are responsible for a disproportionate amount of violent crime,” he added.

The report said that “criminal aliens” who may not be affiliated with cartels or gangs, also pose a threat.

He said that “from October 2008 to December 2012, Texas has identified a total of 141,982 foreign nationals held in prisons throughout Texas.

“These individuals are responsible for at least 447,844 criminal offenses, including 32 murders and two to five thousand sexual assaults.

The report also warned that “criminal organizations and individuals are involved in the exploitation and trafficking of children for profit”, including extortion, forced labor, sexual assault and prostitution.

Topped that currently takes into Texas 76,272 registered sex offenders and at least 60,871 of these were as a child victim or child.

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Posted by on 03/28/2013 in Crime!, Mexican Drug Cartels, Smuggling


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Two Texas state troopers Body cavity molestation!

Texas Department of Public Safety

Texas Department of Public Safety (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Two Texas state troopers responsible for a roadside body cavity search of two women have been indicted on charges of sexual assault and oppression. One of the troopers was also charged with theft for taking one of the victim’s prescription medications.

“I was molested, I was violated, I was humiliated in front of other traffic,” one of the victims told WFAA last December. “I had to watch my niece go through the same thing and I could not protect her at that point.”

After two Texas women claimed they were molested by state troopers last summer, they filed a lawsuit against the perpetrators, stating to have been violated in the most horrific sense. The troopers had conducted an inappropriate and humiliating roadside body cavity search of 38-year-old Angel Dobbers and her 24-year-old niece, Ashley Dobbs, after pulling them over for littering.

The younger woman had allegedly thrown a cigarette butt out of the car window, which is illegal in the state of Texas. State Trooper David Farrell proceeded to pull over the car and called his colleague, Trooper Kelley Helleson, to search the women for drugs.

Using the same latex glove on both women, Helleson searched their anuses and vaginas and irritated one of the women’s cysts. No narcotics or contraband were ever found, and the women filed a lawsuit against the troopers for violating their bodies.

“Angel Dobbs was overwhelmed with emotion and a feeling of helplessness and reacted stating that Helleson had just violated her in a most horrific manner,” the lawsuit reads.

One of the trooper’s dash-mounted cameras captured the incident on tape, which was published online by the Dallas Morning News. After the video spread on the Internet, the troopers were suspended from their positions and Helleson was fired shortly thereafter.

But it wasn’t until recently that the troopers were charged with any crimes. The Department of Public Safety is still investigating the incident, but after the women appeared before the Dallas County Grand Jury on Friday, they were read their indictments.

Trooper Helleson has been charged with two counts of sexual assault and two counts of official oppression. Trooper Farrell has also been charged with theft after one of the women complained that her prescription bottle, containing the painkiller hydrocodone, went missing after the search, CBS-11 reports.

Attorney Bob Baskett, who is representing Helleson in the case, said the charges filed against his client are ‘completely bogus.’

“I have no explanation for it, except for the grand jury disregarded the law,” he told the Dallas Morning News. “She got consent from these women to conduct a search inside their clothes.”

Baskett also alleges that Helleson passed a polygraph test, during which she alleged that she had not ‘penetrated’ the victims’ genitals.

Scott Palmer, who represents the victims in the case, declined to comment to reporters on Friday, but previously said that the roadside body cavity search was a possible violation of the Fourth Amendment.

“This is outside the constitutional grounds by a mile. It’s not even close. This has to stop. These two need to be stopped,” he previously told NBC.

“[Littering] is a Class C misdemeanor. It does not justify any type of pat-down, let alone an invasive search of cavities of women,” he added.

The Texas Department of Public Safety has not publicly commented on the incident. Helleson maintains she acted appropriately and is appealing her termination from the Texas Department of Public Safety.


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Posted by on 03/26/2013 in Abused Women, Crime!


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When the USA forgot about God, he sent a reminder!

A powerful winter storm system pounded the American heartland Wednesday and headed toward the Northeast, where people braced for the high winds and heavy snow that disrupted holiday travel, knocked out power to thousands of homes and were blamed in at least six deaths.

When USA forgot about God, he sent a reminder!

When USA forgot about God, he sent a reminder!

6 dead, several injured as winter storm system lashes US, heads east

1,000 flights were canceled or delayed, scores of motorists got stuck on icy roads or slid into drifts, and blizzard warnings were issued amid snowy gusts of 30 mph that blanketed roads and windshields, at times causing whiteout conditions.

“The way I’ve been describing it is as a low-end blizzard, but that’s sort of like saying a small Tyrannosaurus rex,” said John Kwiatkowski, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Indianapolis.

Two passengers in a car on a sleet-slickened Arkansas highway died when the vehicle crossed the center line and struck an sport utility vehicle.

In Oklahoma, the Highway Patrol said a 76-year-old woman died Tuesday when a truck crossed into oncoming traffic and hit the car she was in. The Highway Patrol earlier reported that a 28-year-old woman was killed in another crash.

The storm’s winds were also blamed Tuesday for toppling a tree onto a truck in Texas, killing the driver, and a tree onto a house in Louisiana, killing a man.

About 1,400 flights nationwide had been cancelled by near midday Wednesday, according to flight tracking site More cancelations were likely, with Washington, New York and Philadelphia expected to see the most problems.

The system, which spawned Gulf Coast region tornadoes on Christmas Day and a historic amount of snow in Arkansas, pushed through the Upper Ohio Valley and headed toward the Northeast. Forecasts called for 12 inches to 18 inches of snow inland from western New York to Maine starting late Wednesday and into Thursday and tapering off into a mix of rain and snow closer to the coast, where little accumulation was expected in such cities as New York and Boston.

Thirty-four tornadoes were reported in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama during Tuesday’s outbreak, the National Weather Service said. The storms left more than 100,000 in the region without power for a while, darkening Christmas celebrations.

Camera footage captured the approach of the large funnel cloud in Mobile, Alabama, the biggest city hit by numerous twisters.

A large section of the roof on the city’s Trinity Episcopal Church was missing, said Scott Rye, a senior warden at the church.

On Christmas Eve, the church with about 500 members was crowded for services.

“Thank God this didn’t happen last night,” Rye said.

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Posted by on 12/27/2012 in The Face of Evil


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Secession fromt he USA is getting more serious!

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united states currency eye- IMG_7364_web (Photo credit: kevindean)

Mr. Barack H Obama, you may have been re-elected but you are not wanted, and the masses are growing everyday! 700,000 American citizens “Say Enough” is enough! It would be ironical that States like Texas seceded, would that make you happy! You are a known liar and no one can TRUST you! You are responsible for the deaths in Libya and are not man enough to accept that you alone are RESPONSIBLE! or do you know what the word Means?

Where is the help you promised to the North Easter United States in the aftermath of SANDY?

In the one week since US President Barack Obama won his bid for re-election, representatives from all 50 states have filed petitions with the White House asking to secede from the United States.

Just seven days after a citizen of Louisiana asked for the state’s peaceful secession from the rest of the country, hundreds of thousands of electronic signatures from around the United States have been submitted to for review as Americans from all corners of the country ask the president to grant them amicable separation from the union.

According to the White House’s own rules on the ‘We the People’ portal of the Executive Branch’s official website, a staffer from within the walls of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue will respond in a timely manner to any petition that can garner more than 25,000 signatures. As of the morning of Nov. 14, pleads out of Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee have all crossed that threshold, with petitions from the rest of the country quickly accumulating enough signatures to soon require a reply as well.

In almost every case, signees say that the time has come to do something about the state of the union.

Using bureaucratic means to “bypass the will of the people” is a complaint that 1,758 people as of this writing say is reason enough to separate Virginia from the current rule of the US in one petition; elsewhere on the site, a separate petition also calling for that state’s secession has received more than triple the signatures, with residents agreeing with an interpretation of the Declaration of Independence that decries, “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another.”

Browsing the more than 100 petitions currently open on, it’s easy to see that those sentiments expressed by the country’s forefathers are evident with many Americans today: almost all of the petitions from each of the 50 states cite the Revolution War-era doctrine to detail the necessary of separation.

In Texas, over 97,000 signees agree that secession is necessary, especially given what’s described as a rampant mismanagement of the country’s operation by means of the “federal government’s neglect to reform domestic and foreign spending.” Elsewhere in the explanation for their request to “withdraw from the United States of America and create its own new government,” citizens of the Lone Star State say, “The citizens of the US suffer from blatant abuses of their rights,” specifically calling into question the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2012 (NDAA). Several states have already repealed on local levels the NDAA and its provision that gives the president the authority to indefinitely detain US citizens without charge or trial, and next year lawmakers in Texas are expected to weigh in on a proposal to ban that legislation and another that will outlaw the procedures regularly used by TSA agents. With more and more Texans demanding secession, though — and hundreds of thousands of Americans from across the country demanding separation from the United States in other petitions — locally-binding legislation might not be enough to keep citizens from standing up and voicing their opposition off the Web.

In an editorial published this week in the Daily Caller, author Bob Smiley says that even if the demands of nearly 100,000 rebels from Texas aren’t being taken seriously in Washington, all that could very well change.

“No doubt Texas’s desire to break free is a source of amusement inside a White House that has mastered the art of belittling the opinions of its challengers, but there is one not-so-small problem here: Texas could pull it off,” Smiley writes. “Texas currently sits on one-quarter of the nation’s oil reserves and one-third of the nation’s natural gas reserves. Even more, fully 95 percent of the country receives its oil and gas courtesy of pipelines that originate within Texas. This is what one might call leverage,” he explains.

As if oil wasn’t enough reason for a civil war to start up, Smiley says there is more than just that though. He cites the Texas’ economy as building up faster than any other state’s, and writes that it is also the only one to have its own power grid. Also, of course, is the fact that historically speaking, Texas has followed through with its threats to secede twice before: once while under Mexican rule and again when it joined the Confederacy during the American Civil War.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry has already issued a statement through his press secretary rejecting the petition to separate from the US, but tens of thousands of new signees have added their names to the plea in only the two days since he was prompted to respond. By Tuesday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam was driven to issue a response after a petition aimed at “Helping the people of Tennessee” by seceding crossed the 25,000 threshold as well.

“I don’t think that’s a valid option for Tennessee,” Gov. Haslam (R) said on Tuesday, the Tennessean reports. “I don’t think we’ll be seceding.”

A spokesperson for the top official in Alabama issued a similar statement to on Tuesday, saying that “While there is frustration with the federal government, Governor Bentley believes that states can be great laboratories of change.”

As signatures pile up though, responses from state leaders and eventually the president might be the only answer that’ll address those grievances as they amount exponentially. By noontime on Wednesday,

703,326 Americans have signed their names to the petitions — a substantial figure but still less than one percent of the country’s population

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Posted by on 11/15/2012 in Civil Unrest


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Do you understand the Election Process in the USA?

English: Seal of the President of the United S...

English: Seal of the President of the United States Español: Escudo del Presidente de los Estados Unidos Македонски: Печат на Претседателот на Соединетите Американски Држави. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The U.S. Election seen through the eyes of Pascal Beltran del Rio

While the prediction is not made by the magazine The Economist and the International Monetary Fund, among others, predict that in the next decade China exceeds the United States as the largest economy in the world, American elections are likely to be the political process most foreigners in the rest of the world will watch!

The social network Twitter was abuzz last Tuesday night with comments in real time and in many languages ​​on the second debate between candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney .

It mattered little that the sayings of other nations were scarce in the collation, which, for me, I’ve seen all the debates of presidential candidates in the United States since the election between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan in 1980 – has been, by far, the better.

In the world there is an obvious interest in the outcome of the election next November 6, beyond which historically cannot be said that a change of party in power in Washington involving an abrupt turn in U.S. foreign policy.

True, the United States armed forces left Iraq, as promised by Obama in campaign in 2008, but remain in Afghanistan. And the Pentagon just seems to have changed its intervention strategy with the presence of soldiers on the ground by attacks from the air with the help of unmanned aircraft (drones ).

What is certain, again, is the worldwide interest in the American electoral process. So it is important to understand.

Unlike what happens in Mexico, Americans elect their president in an election by the popular vote of the nationwide, but in 51 separate elections: those held in each of the 50 states plus the District of Columbia, federal district where the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. sits.

Each of them carries a number of “electoral votes” who commit their vote for the candidate who was victorious in the state, with the exception of Maine and Nebraska, who have other rules, and is exercised in his favor at the College Electoral, which meets “the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December.”

This system makes U.S. choice is, in addition to the sum of 51 polls separate indirect choice. The important thing is not to get the majority of the popular vote but at least 270 of the 538 electoral votes at stake.

Although the United States has a variety of political parties and allow the participation of independent candidates, in fact has been a two-party democracy during most of its existence. That makes the 538 electoral votes allocated among only two presidential candidates and those who win one, lose the other.

A portion of the 51 elections held to appoint the President of the United States has been quite predictable since 1976.

There is a growing list of states that vote for the same party, whether Democrat or Republican. For example, in Minnesota the Democratic candidate always wins, while in the Dakotas, north and south, neighboring one, always the Republican candidate who wins the victory.

Over time, it has been increasing the number of states that become electorally faithful.

For example, the central belt of the country, from the border with Mexico to the border with Canada, has been solidly Republican for many years.

The last time the Democratic Party won a presidential election in the state of Texas-rich in electoral votes, was in 1976.

Besides Texas, 21 other states have always voted overwhelmingly for the Republican candidate since 2000.

The problem for the party is that outside of Texas, with its 38 electoral votes (14% needed to win the presidency), the rest of which do not weigh much on their own. Then following it is Tennessee, with 11 electoral votes.

Democrats are less faithful states (19), but among them are California, with 55 electoral votes, New York with 29 and Illinois with 20.

In summary, one can say that in 41 of the 51 states of the country’s presidential election is almost resolved. The other ten are known in English as swing states because the electorate has swung from one party to another in recent elections.

Among the latter are the states of Florida and Ohio, with 29 electoral votes and 18 respectively.

The vote on these two entities has been critical in previous elections. In 2000, Florida was instrumental in the victory of George W. Bush over Al Gore, in an election that proved controversial, including allegations of fraud. And it is worth remembering that, since 1960, no candidate has been able to reach the White House without winning Ohio.

Thus, the U.S. presidential elections are fought really a handful of states which are known as the battleground states. Besides Florida and Ohio, it is very difficult to predict the outcome in Wisconsin, Virginia, Colorado, Nevada, Iowa and New Hampshire. They are a tossup.

That leaves less than 100 electoral votes in dispute, of the total 538, according to the estimate made ​​yesterday The New York Times based on statewide surveys.

Since 1964, it has reached a total of 538 the number of votes in the Electoral College, there have been only five sweeps in the presidential election (75% or more of the disputed electoral votes). In the remaining seven elections, the loser has obtained at least 168 (31%) of the 538 electoral votes.

The closest election in recent history was 2000, when Bush won with 271 electoral votes (one more than the minimum).

A similar scenario is that many contemplated for the Nov. 6 election. He even outlined the possibility of a draw to 269 electoral votes between Obama and Romney, which would force Congress to choose the president and vice president (the House of Representatives and Senate the first to the second), something that has not happened in United States since 1824.

At that point the political polarization has reached the northern neighbor.

Is it important for Mexico who wins? I think not, although I’m sure that if Mexicans participate in the election, Obama would win.

Why say no? Immigration policy Obama has not been particularly good for Mexico. He has not kept his promise to push for comprehensive immigration reform and has deported 1.5 million illegal workers, more than George W. Bush and Bill Clinton together.

And even though the extraction Republican presidents have been more concerned about solving the immigration dilemma with Mexico, I have not heard anything in the speech Romney let me be optimistic, quite the contrary.

It is true that Mexico has been inadvertently interfered in the electoral process, as in the trade dispute over the tomato-but what really affects the relationship between Mexico and the United States is not the result at the polls on November 6 but the global economic environment.

Our country is on track to become the largest U.S. trading partner. The rising cost of labor in China, and the increase in international oil prices, and therefore transport-that Mexico will soon replace China as the preferred location for many multinational manufacturing, and wrote a few days ago columnist Edward Luce in the newspaper Financial Times .

That and the changes in American demographics-is estimated that in 40 years a third of the U.S. population is Latino-effects have more to Mexico than the name of the next resident of the White House.

Still, our level of integration we should become customary observers of American politics. For now, I will watch keenly, Monday morning, the third and final debate between Obama and Romney.


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Posted by on 10/22/2012 in Politics


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Texas Authorities accuse Mexican group for money laundering

Four people associated with the organization have been arrested and six others remain at large


A group of at least six Mexicans and three Americans accused by Texas authorities for two years offered a “service” comprehensive money laundering scheme, bank transfers, to clients living in Mexico.

According to authorities, the Mexicans are alleged to have operated in Houston, Texas, a “company” dedicated to illegal money laundering for customers who need to get in Mexico, Mexican pesos, large amounts of cash they received in this country.

According to the indictment of a grand jury before the Federal District Court in Houston Southeast Texas, partially declassified on Thursday, the “company” offered between October 2009 and September 2011, a full service and transfer of money laundering for their “clients” through a pattern of “outsourcing”.

According to preliminary investigations, the group would have sent the U.S. to Mexico about 27 million.

The documents submitted to the court detailing the “company” was in charge of collecting the dollars in cash, anywhere in the United States designated by the customer, for which he used his own vehicles and drivers, even a small plane.

The indictment said the money was then transferred to his office and operations center in Houston, which was deposited in various bank accounts owned by shell companies, to transfer to banks or exchange houses in Mexico.

Once there, members of the “company” in Mexico, negotiated with financial institutions a preferential exchange rate from dollars to pesos.

Money converted to Mexican pesos and was then handed over to the persons indicated by its customers, to a favorable exchange rate for the organization.

The “company” charged a fee for their service and received an extra income by favorable conversions from dollars to pesos.

Four people associated with the organization have been arrested and six others remain at large, and is believed to be hiding in Mexico.

Among those arrested was Mexican Enrique Morales, who is identified in the indictment as co-owner of the “company” and coordinator of the same operations in the United States.

Morales was arrested in Laredo, Texas, last August shortly before three U.S. members or employees of the “company” were arrested in Houston and Dallas. They were identified as Anthony Foster, Willie Whitehurst and Sarah Combs.

Foster, a former police officer fired for corruption of Houston in 2009, and his nephew Whitehurst operated as drivers by making transfers of cash to Houston. Both were arrested carrying amounts in excess of $ 200,000.

Combs served as the office manager in Houston and is accused of transmitting the orders of their leaders to other employees.

The names of the other five Mexicans listed in the indictment were not disclosed in the declassified documents.

However, it was stated that one of them managed the organization’s operations in Mexico and the rest would be in charge of recruiting customers to sell their services.

The others listed are arrested and charged with money laundering, conspiracy to commit money laundering and conspiracy to defraud the United States. None of them is accused of drug trafficking.

Similarly, the accusation made without identifying the organization’s clients and declined to say whether they were members of a drug cartel in Mexico.

The only complaint is presumed that the dollar amounts of cash were obtained by customers of the organization by “illegal activities”.

In the documents filed in federal court, prosecutors in the division of Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture Justice Department, asking that the defendants be forced to pay the government 27 million $ 492,000, the amount that would have been handled during operation of the company.

They also requested the government to take possession of $ 350,000 in Texas found inside a car of the organization and another 220 000 $ 980, located in another vehicle in North Carolina.

Prosecutors also asked for the seizure of a Piper “Turbo Lance II” automobile used for moving and transported the cash.

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Posted by on 09/22/2012 in Crime!, Money Laundering


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