posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 01:18 PM
In February of 1985
, Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent Enrque "Kiki"
Camarena was abducted, tortured extensively, murdered and dumped unceremoniously for U.S. Authorities to get the body back in a condition meant to
send a message. The message was received...and it redoubled the efforts against the system that produced that animal act against this man.
This happened at a formative period of my own childhood and so, burned as a memory deeper than many others. There was also a movie meant to tell the
tragic story of how this Agent died and what is was all about.
I can't find the orignal title but this was made by the History Channel in 2005 to explain the event better and with more hindsight knowledge than
existed in 1985.
Heroes Under Fire: Righteous Vendetta
THAT is what it looks like when the United States Government is actually PISSED OFF by the cold murder of one of it's own. There were shady details
about DEA operations in the mid 1980's, to put it MILDLY. There were MAJOR things that later came out in unrelated investigations to show how
sensitive the Kiki Camarena case actually WAS to pursue as it was....and it was a case of Justice being served TO those who couldn't be brought here
to face it, by the way. As, sometimes, it needs to be.
By contrast, Special Agent Brian Terry is murdered on Dec 14th, 2010 and the response isn't a righteous rampage for justice to the memory and family
of a murdered U.S. Agent. It's to cover, dodge, hide and call executive privilege to OBSCURE as much of what happened as humanly possible.
People wonder why many of us lost all respect for this man in the Presidency, long ago? This isn't the only issue...but it's a BIG one. ..and to
think, Obama actually references a man and leader like Reagan as if they have ANYTHING in common aside from the office they have sat in.