20 TONS POT seized Tunnel, Warehouse, Trucks, 2 busted leaving the warehouse, Calif.

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    US authorities find major drug tunnel in San Diego

    http://news.yahoo.com/us-authorities-major-drug-tunnel-san-diego-185929368.html

    Thursday, November 17, 2011

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    San Diego, California -- In my opinion, Cesar Beltran and Ruben Gomez (the little fish) were arrested when they pulled out of a warehouse with 3 tons of marijuana on 11/15/11. They face a possible life in prison for conspiracy to distribute marijuana their arraignment will be Thursday. The location of the warehouse and arrest was in La Mesa, Ca. the police said they were knocked over with odor of green pot.

    The warehouse where Beltran and Gomez exited was busted when authorities found 17 tons of pot inside. They also found a 4’ X 4’ hand dug tunnel from Mexico to America only 400 yards away. Inside the warehouse was another truck ready for shipment that held 9 tons of dope.

    On the Mexican side of the tunnel the Mexican police found 8 tons of pot. In all 20 tons of marijuana were discovered in one day.

    “Authorities spoke at a news conference near packages of seized dope festooned with labels of Captain America, Sprite and Bud Light. The markings are codes to identify the owners.”

    Our old friend Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman, the notorious and most wanted drug lord and head of the Sinaloa drug cartel has set up base in Tijuana. He may be linked to the warehouse and tunnel but there is no proof, yet. He’s probably crying in his beer right about now.

    The druggies and pot heads need not fear because there is a lot more of that kind of pot, where that pot came from, and it’s probably on its way as we speak, no doubt.

    In November 2010 authorities found 50 tons of pot. The recent bust of 20 tons is the second largest to date. “More than 70 tunnels have been found on the border since October 2008, most in California and Arizona.

    The Anchor Babies should be grateful to the police because now their relatives won’t make them go out and sell pot to the school kids.

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    This tells us one thing. That we are not doing what is needed to stop the drug cartels. Secure the border and they will find other way to get drugs in. We need to go after them the same way we go after other terorist. We went into Pakistan and got OBL and we can go into Mexico and get drug cartels. If we don't border agents will continue to bust their butts chasing drug cartels. We cannot invade Mexico? The hell we can't. Same way we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan and showed Afghanistan that we mean what we say. This is no video game we are playing.
     
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    Or we could legalize pot and put the cartels out of that part of their business.
     
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    Maybe legalizing marijuana is not such a bad idea after all if the status quo is all we are going to do.
    WE need to tell Mexico with action that if they want our help they will have to accept our way. We are giving milliion to Mexico to fight drugs and it betting bigger but is we wanted to we could clean up drug cartels in a matter of hours and drive the out of Mexico or .........and stop playing the little mickey mouse games we have been playing for years while the cartels grow also.
     
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    I still don't understand why the US won't make marijuana legal and tax it! Man...can you imagine the money the govt would rake in on that????? They could probably get rid of all other taxes! :)
     
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    Legalizing drugs would only bring more chaos and more killings and maimings. If you legalize drugs you will end up with a socialist government. The last thing America needs is to dumb down their citizenry any futher.
     
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    Have another drink. You're not quite there yet.
     
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    "The analysis showed that the Mexican government crackdown has not hit the Sinaloans as hard as it has other cartels.

    Nationwide, 44 percent of all cartel defendants are with the Zetas and Gulf cartels. Only 12 percent of the defendants are with the Sinaloa cartel. The numbers contradict the Mexican government, which claims it has arrested twice the percentage of Sinaloa gang members.

    On Tuesday, reporters asked a senior White House official, in light of Washington's large package of security aid to Mexico, if Calderon's government is protecting Chapo Guzman. The U.S. is giving $1.3 billion in military and judicial aid to Mexico for its drug war, as Mexican drug cartels are major suppliers to the illicit U.S. narcotics trade."

    Mexico Seems To Favor Sinaloa Cartel In Drug War : NPR
     
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    Have another toke or two and you'll be ready for your lobotomy then you wonÂ’t need drugs anymore.
     
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    With all the drug tunnels in that area it is amazing the whole city doesn't collapse.
     

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