June 19, 2018
Skip to 0:52 if you don’t want to hear the Spanish intro.
If you don’t understand Mexican, he’s just an MS-13 boss, talking about how he’s on Zetas turf and he’s gonna kill some of Los Zetas.
A fat, squat indio, covered in tattoos, with a bunch of sycophants around him making stupid gang signs, and giving “shout-outs” to their homies in some forgotten shit pueblo while greeting the short average remainder of their socially parasitic lives with boisterous assholery, all while packing smuggled American hardware, the only thing of quality in this obnoxious video of shit people.
If, for some reason, this does not entirely explain Mexico to you, then I guess you can read this article.
PIEDRAS NEGRAS, Coahuila —A group of elite police officers from a squad created to fight cartels head-on was arrested for apparently trying to move a drug load into this border city.
The arrest took place near the city of Allende, Coahuila, when two officers from the elite Fuerza Coahuila riding in a black police unit were stopped at a military checkpoint along the highway that leads to Piedras Negras, information provided to Breitbart Texas by law enforcement officials revealed.
Initially, the officers refused to undergo a search, forcing the military to request help from Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office (PGR) and other law enforcement agencies. The Mexican soldiers found several packages of marijuana and an undisclosed amount of bulk cash. While details of the arrest were not publicly released, the police officers claimed that it was a seizure they were going to turn in, however, the military arrested the two officers and under heavy guard and moved them to the PGR offices in Piedras Negras.
Soon after, Coahuila Public Safety Secretary made various public statements to local news outlets claiming the FC officers were responding to a 911 call about a suitcase on the side of the road. Inside, the officers found the drugs and took them to the PGR under escort by the military. Mexico’s PGR, who is tasked with federal prosecutions, has not released any official information about the case.
“What, this thing, officer? Oh, I just found this lying around.”
The lack of any published information about a trial suggests that the case will be dropped.
The Mexican government is a business, and police fighting military would be bad for business.
The military guys either spent their money and sold their drugs, or they spent their money, and used their drugs. Depends on how much it was.
These police screwed up and they got taxed by someone higher up the food chain.
Everyone has to know their place and pay their taxes.
In that sense, Mexico is like any other place, as long as that other place is also populated by iron-fisted aztec warlords who rule over an administrative class so morally corrupt that the only way to purify it is with fire.
Melisandre did nothing wrong.