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Download Court Docs in 43 Trillion Dollar Law Suit

In my previous post. mentioned The 43 trillion dollar law suit against Banksters and household names from the Obama administration I have located  a link where one can download the court doc- a mere 912 pages long. HERE IT IS.  I am not sure that this link includes all 912 pages but its long enough.

A little glimpse at what is inside:

INCSR Reports. In its annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Reports
(INCSRs), which contain a country-by-country assessment of drug trafficking and money laundering risks, the U.S. State Department has consistently classified Mexico as a country of“primary” concern for money laundering, its highest risk rating.172. In 2002, the State Department described Mexico’s drug trafficking and money laundering risks as follows:
“Mexico faces a myriad of drug-related problems that include the production and transshipment of illicit drugs, money laundering, consumption and illicit firearms trafficking. ... The Government of Mexico’s (GOM) longstanding commitment to combat drug trafficking and related crimes resulted in tangible successes against the Arellano Felix Organization (AFO), the Carrillo Fuentes Organization (CFO), and the Gulf Cartel – widely considered the top three drug groups in the country. … Mexico remains a major supplier of heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana, and the transit
point for more than one half of the cocaine sold in the U.S. … The industrial-scale drug trade has transformed narcotrafficking into one of Mexico’s deadliest businesses. …These organizations have demonstrated blatant disregard for human life as the executions
of law enforcement personnel, government officials, and innocent bystanders have increased. … In recent years international money launderers have turned increasingly to Mexico for initial placement of drug proceeds into the global financial system.”173

President Obama is not on the list of defendants - although the doc does allege that Obama ratified the shell companies and borrowed money from the same to run his re-election campaign. Perhaps as with Fast and Furious- the president simply knew nothing about it.

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