posted on May, 21 2018 @ 01:40 PM
a reply to: grey580
I think South America is most likely yes.
Technically I think we have eradication ops in South America Asia and Africa right now, but it's a full time job trying to figure out which agency is
in charge of which operations in each territory since there's state department CIA DEA SOCOM the various big commands like AFRICOM inside DOD and
coast guard stuff to boot!
Which organization is doing what where and it's corresponding cast of supporting contractors and procurement/logistics arrangements is a massive crazy
There's also ITAR issues and a bunch of other stuff to navigate which basically puts a lot of this stuff in the position where there's actually no way
to legally do what they are tasked with doing. Because of this, one of the ways the agencies play hard ball against each other is by ratting out
someone's suppliers or et cetera.
What really sucks is how many people who have thought they were ok because how can it be illegal to fill an order for a federal agency? Wind up going
to prison and losing everything over these interagency squabbles.