Paid DOJ agent provocateur at center of "Iranian terrorist plot." - Charleston Polit

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    Paid DOJ Agent Provocateur at center of "terror plot."

    Paid DOJ agent provocateur at center of "Iranian terrorist plot." - Charleston Political Buzz | Examiner.com

    Just as Eric Holder is getting slammed for mass illegal activity in his department, he rolls out claims of a grand terrorist plot foiled. It’s operation get Holder out of the news.

    Holder says Iranian agents tried to recruit a Mexican drug cartel to kill the ambassador of Saudi Arabia. Holder knows all about Mexican drug cartels. His department has been illegally supplying them with weapons.

    Iranian parliament member Alaeddin Boroujerdi called the accusation “a plot to divert the public opinion from the crisis Obama is grappling with.”

    However Iranians aren’t the only ones who don’t buy the claims.

    Volker Perthes, an Iran expert who is the director of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs in Berlin, stated, “everyone is extremely skeptical about U.S. intelligence revelations.”

    Was the “assassination plot” an actual plot or just entrapment? The main piece of evidence is a paid informant. Here is the actual indictment.

    The charges are largely based on the actions of “CS-1.” According the indictment, “CS-1” was “Previously charged in connection with narcotics offenses.” It goes on “in exchange for CS-1’s cooperation in various narcotics investigations, the state charges were dismissed.”

    Of the twenty-one page indictment, fourteen of those pages are completely covered in references to “CS-1.” When the DOJ “foils plots” using criminals turned paid agent provocateurs, I take everything with a grain of salt.

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    Interesting, looks like there IS NO NEED FOR WAR WITH IRAN.:eusa_whistle: Lets get out of the middle east.
     
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    Complimentary tin foil hats will be available at the end of this thread.
     
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    We can't afford anymore war...I'm serious, this nation is in trouble and we need to start getting out of the wars that we're in. Iran if it wants to fight the middle east for control is welcome to do that, but America needs to focus on our borders.
     
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    Wars aren't causing our debt surprisingly.
     
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    Right, the DOJ would NEVER do such a thing! Besides, they're too busy running guns to Mexican drug cartels.

    You better wake up boy!
     
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