"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not." ~~Thomas Jefferson

"Who will protect us from those who protect us?"

Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. ~ Thomas Jefferson

"None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free." ~~Goethe

03 October 2012




Operation Fast and Furious was not the only gun walking program. Univision shed some light on another, Operation Castaway, centered around Hugh Crumpler, a 65 year old Vietnam War vet. Guns from this operation were found in Honduras, Puerto Rico, and Colombia.

Mr. Crumpler sold guns at gun shows in Orlando, FL and noticed how certain people would show up at every gun show. ATF placed him under review because of multiple sales reports to certain clients. One of his clients, Ramon Lopez, had links to the criminal organization Torres Sabana in Puerto Rico. Another, Jesus Puentes, gave weapons to Venezuela and Colombia, which landed in the hands of the Envigado Office, a ring of hitmen in Medellin. His biggest clients were the Guillen brothers from Honduras, the country with the highest per capita murder rate in the world.
ATF detained Mr. Crumpler after six months and encouraged him to become an informant. He would become the best informant they had in 18 months. However, he claimed the ATF would not play fair. Like in Fast and Furious, it appears the ATF made no attempt to interdict the weapons.
“When the ATF stopped me, they told me the guns were going to cartels,” he told Univision. “At that point, that was the first time I knew they were going to cartels. The ATF knew before I knew, and had been following me for a considerable length of time. They could not have followed me for two months like they said they did and [sic] not know the guns were going somewhere and not want for that to be happening.”
“They knew the guns were going to cartels and they wanted them to go to cartels.”
ATF didn’t notify Mexico about Fast & Furious and it turns out they didn’t tell Honduras.
“I got in touch with the US Embassy here in Tegucigalpa,” said Oscar Alvarez, former Security Minister of Honduras. “They tell me they have no knowledge as an Embassy of any official operation.”
Guns from Castaway were found in Colombia. Fast and Furious guns were found in the same raid
This isn't new news.  It was brought up, and subsequently swept under the rug, a year or so ago.  Barely a tiny blip on the radar.  The media doesn't want to touch it any more than they wanted to touch Fast & Furious.  Why is that?

It's a problem.  Actually, it's a couple of problems.

The criminal government is Problem # 1.

The complicit media is Problem # 2.

The American people have to depend upon an honest, unbiased media to report about whats going on in our neighborhoods, our country, and the world.  Without that honest, unbiased reporting we cannot know what is happening and therefore cannot make the proper decisions regarding the issues of the day.

It has been this way for a very long time.

The media reports what the government wants them to report.  They try to hide from us what the government doesn't want reported.

Our society is rotten to the core. 

How do we plan to fix it?

Stay safe.


CharlieDelta said...

I don't like to say it, but I feel it in my soul....

There is going to be a major bloodbath in this country before anything gets fixed. I was hoping maybe I would be already pushin' daisies when it happened, but it just gets closer and closer every day.

The entire system is corrupted to the core. From city council douchbags all the way to the top Scumbag in Chief. Both sides are guilty. Both sides will have blood on their hands. The same blood that's necessary to water the Tree of Liberty with from time to time I suppose.

The only way to fix "it" is to tear it all down, burn it to the ground and start over. It's gonna get messy...

Blue said...

Yep, it's gonna get ugly before it can get better.