Wednesday, October 23, 2013



Ex wife of former Mex. President Fox accused of money laundering involvement of about 5 - 600 million USD.  


Another CBP Shaft Job Courtesy of BIANCA WARNER
CBP is apparently unable to follow simple directions on the excludability of the recent furlough days. Agents were told that furlough days would be excludable for AUO purposes. Many agents had leave scheduled or were on light duty when the furloughs hit. The agents were approved to take furlough days with the understanding that the furlough days would be excludable.

It now appears that CBP was approving furlough days with the intent of using those days to reduce agents' pay by cutting their AUO percentages. This backhanded attempt at forcing more pay cuts is despicable. Most agents would have never agreed to take the furlough days in lieu of leave if they had known that the furlough days would not be excludable and would reduce their pay more than it's already been reduced.

The best information we have is that BIANCA WARNER, the same very highly compensated lady that says Border Patrol agents are overpaid, is responsible for this decision. Warner is not an agent, she doesn't risk her life, she has never made an arrest and she has no idea what Border Patrol agents do. She is nothing but a bureaucrat. She is knocking down over $170,000 per year in base pay to screw agents. She apparently orders "Border Patrol" managers around and tells them how to run things.

We will be filing the appropriate measures to correct this intentional agency shaft job from Ms. Warner.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 at 12:38 pm and is filed under News. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Body counts: 
Sonora, 5 executed over the weekend.  Somewhere around 20 in Sinaloa.


In Cajeme, Son. area.    Joaquin Alain Campas Cota caught with a AK clone (make unk)  , a Ruger Mini 14 and a .38 revolver, make unknown  and about 40 rounds of various calibers.
Name familiar somewhere?


Note:  computer english  

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - Mexico DF
Involve Fox's ex-wife 500 million laundering drug money
Lilian de la Concha would have facilitated the laundering of $ 500 million from the Millennium cartel , according to U.S. research
22/10/2013 9:28 AP / Photo : Archives Excelsior and Cuartoscuro

EL PASO (Texas ) , October 22 . - Lilian de la Concha , former wife of Vicente Fox , is involved in a case of washing about 500 million dollars of drug , investigated by U.S. authorities .

On Monday , a federal prosecutor accused a Texas El Paso attorney and former trustee of Carnegie Mellon University to partner with De la Concha , with which supposedly had a relationship , to launder $ 500 million of that based cartel Colima , now extinct according to Mexican authorities .

The trial of Marco Antonio Delgado , accused of money laundering, began Monday in El Paso.

Prosecutor Debra Kanof said in his opening statement that Delgado met in Mexico City with Lilian de la Concha , former wife of former Mexican President Vicente Fox , who is supposed to tending a relationship .

"They talked about $ 600 million and agreed that he would receive 5% of any amount that could wash ," said Kanof .

Delgado 's defense attorney , Ray Velarde , said the meetings with Fox ex-wife went to use the knowledge of the accused on energy and international law , not to launder money. "At no time mentioned the issue of drug money ," said Velarde .

Delgado was a trustee of Carnegie Mellon and donated $ 250,000 to a scholarship with your name to help Hispanic students.

Prosecutors say Delgado was associated to launder money from illicit drug trafficking between July 2007 and December 2008 . They argue that participated in transactions believed were connected to organized crime .

The investigation against Delgado began in September 2007 after the seizure of a million dollars in Atlanta . The man with the money , Victor Pimentel , told investigators that he, Delgado and another man had met in Mexico and agreed to transport money belonging to Millennium cartel , drug trafficking organization based in Colima , associated with the cartel Sinaloa.

Pimentel is now a key witness in the trial and testimony presented numerous emails exchanged with Delgado. Many messages were sent by De la Concha and then they are forwarded Delgado .

Pimentel told him Kanof expressions , and De la Concha Delgado used to refer to the money laundering operation that would be negotiating with the cartel.

In an email written in Spanish , De la Concha Delgado says , "Honey, in relation to the Girls Scouts cookies you want to sell , you can place God wants more for school five boxes each week. Now, instead of 300 cases , with 500 in the cellars and the donations that come your way the number will increase. "

Pimentel told Kanof each box of cookies meant " a million dollars" , that the "schools " were bank accounts or other geographic locations , and "donations " refers to income from drugs.

In another e talking about construction , steel and other words to talk about their business.

" We are not fools , never did business with steel or cookies , we only had a business with these people," Pimentel said the prosecutor .

In another post, Pimentel said , Delgado sent a letter to Francisco Ramirez Acuna , then Secretary of the Interior of Mexico , in which he asked to hire him as a lobbyist or representative of the government to improve the country's image in the United States.

Pimentel also said that De la Concha asked to name his cousin Chief of Customs in Palomas, Mexico border crossing with Columbus , New Mexico .

He said the plan was to get a partner so they could " enter anything in Mexico " .

District Judge David Briones adjourned the hearing and said Pimentel 's testimony and the defense 's turn for questioning would resume Tuesday.

According to U.S. authorities , Pimentel confessed to Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents that the million dollars he was carrying at the time of arrest would be used for a "test" in a washing operation than $ 600 million for cartel Goals, according to information from the government of Mexico was virtually dismantled in 2010 .

Pimentel is expected to continue declaring Tuesday in the trial of lawyer accused of conspiring to launder drug money .


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