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If you learned from a credible former IRS agent and DEA agent and 2 honest RCMP agents that former PM Harper was aware of massive drug smuggling of cocaine into Canada from corrupt American government agents who worked for Jeb Bush and Oliver North, would you want him prosecuted for not stopping it? A DEA agent says he uncovered evidence that Harper received a $3 million campaign gift from Bush to look the other way and to keep the Regina court records of Mike Huxtable and Terry Nelson sealed. And when two American eye witnesses confirmed in writing about the $1Billion drug ring in letters to
I was told my previous post about the 15 years of drug smuggling into Canada by friends of Oliver North and Jeb Bush was deleted because of the graphic photo of the executed Barry Seal, which by the way autloaded when I inserted the you tube link (in other words, you tube inserted the photo - not me) Here's the summary of my previous post... It is alleged that our former PM was given $3 million (either an outright bribe or a campaign contribution) by Canadian Mike Huxtable on behalf of Jeb Bush and Oliver North's smuggling team which flew over $1B of cocaine (wholesale value) into Canada over
$ 43 Million Dollars down the toilet simply to avoid some embarrassment. What the hell, it wasn't Harper's money. In fact, Louis Sapi, Brian McWilliams, and David Lewis of Toronto were not even his friends. They would never know anyway. It pays to answer your emails and letters as Harper will probably learn the hard way. If you read this Open Letter To The Queen, you will see a major scandal in the making guys. Apparently Harper cared more about helping Bush cover up some dirt than about Canadian investors... http://www.opnlttr.com/letter/open-letter-queen-elizabeth-about-canada-prime-minis
First heard this story yesterday, and I can't say I was surprised by it: HSBC receives get-out-of-jail-free card in a real-life game of Monopoly. The New York Times reports this week that megabank HSBC has escaped criminal prosecution for money laundering that probably funded terrorists and narcotics traffickers. Why? Because regulators and prosecutors were petrified that an indictment would undermine the entire financial system. The Times quotes anonymous government sources who confessed fears about bringing formal charges because doing so would be a "death sentence" for the bank. So they