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Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Another money laundering connection to Bandera Gold
We remember hearing about Kelvin Williams, Russel James Renneberg and George Salazar Barnett from Bandera Gold getting arrested in Mexico for fraud and charged with money laundering for the UN gang. The police report even mentioned Elliot Castaneda "Taco" and Ahmet Kaawach who we all know locally to be members of the UN gang who were gunned down in Mexico.
Well now there’s another link to Bandera gold and money laundering. Pablo Antonio Fitch Parente is listed on the Kingpin Act as a money launder for Rigoberto Gaxiola Medina’s drug network. The drug network had a tunnel going in to Nogales, Arizona from Mexico. Pablo is also mentioned in Bandera Gold’s report as the beneficial owner of the Consuelo and Lucerito properties. We also found a contract about Cinco Minas concessions between George Barnett and Pablo Antonio Fitch Parente.
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Also, in Mexico;ReplyDelete
"In an effort to catch one of the world’s most notorious drug kingpins, the U.S. may use the same daring methods that took down Osama bin Laden."
"More than a year after the terror leader’s demise in Abottabad, Pakistan, Seal Team Six raid, the highly-trained commandos may be dispatched to Mexico to kill or capture Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman."
"Like the 9/11 Mastermind, Guzman has been the subject of a vast manhunt for the last ten years after he escaped from a Mexican high security prison in a complex breakout that reportedly cost him nearly $4million."
Very interesting. Only bin Laden wasn't the 9/11 mastermind. I prefer due process even for the drug cartels. It crosses a line I don't trust them with. Especially after Operation Fast and Furious.ReplyDelete
A New Cartel in Mexico;ReplyDelete
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They have complex initiation and wrote books.