The FBI Didn’t Charge The Mexican Drug Cartel

What to know about the attack on Speaker Pelosi’s husband Joe What to know about the attack on Speaker Pelosi’s husband Joe The Associated Press Updated: 3 weeks ago. There is something especially creepy…

The FBI Didn’t Charge The Mexican Drug Cartel

What to know about the attack on Speaker Pelosi’s husband Joe

What to know about the attack on Speaker Pelosi’s husband Joe

The Associated Press

Updated: 3 weeks ago.

There is something especially creepy about the way an individual or group can use your death to intimidate or blackmail you and your family.

For instance, when the FBI uncovered the biggest drug trafficking case in U.S. history last week — which involved a billion dollars worth of heroin being shipped to the U.S. from Mexico — they didn’t charge the two Mexican drug cartels that were running the operation.

Instead, the Justice Department released a statement saying that it was too difficult to prosecute in the United States. The problem was, some of the key figures were in Mexico and the only way the Justice Department could extradite them to the U.S. was if it could prove they were involved in the drug trafficking cartel. The DEA estimated that the cartel was worth at least $12 billion.

To make things even worse, it was learned from the case that members of the cartels had taken over a small drug ring that was operating in the San Bernardino, California, area. The ring made $500 million a year in methamphetamine trafficking.

That’s just one of the most egregious examples — even more so than the attack on Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband Joe because it involved the death of a high-ranking member of the U.S. government that was trying to bring the two cartels to justice.

So, what do we know about the attack on Joe? First, he was a high-ranking official in the Department of Justice (DOJ) who was on his way to a meeting in Mexico, where he was going to help with drug cartels. The Mexican drug cartels are controlled by a brutal drug kingpin who is accused of being responsible for several recent high-profile massacres. According to Politico, that kingpin is believed

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