posted on Mar, 7 2009 @ 08:40 PM
What I find interesting is where it mentions in the article that "they found firearms and more than 100 Valium pills in a search of Harrison's
Here's what I'm wondering. Were those Valium pills meant for illegal distribution?
Were they prescribed and meant for his own personal use?
They just kinda leave it open for the reader to draw their own conclusion and ultimately? Nine times out of ten; what are they going to think of? That
the Valium was meant for illegal distribution.
I mean--face it--if something like THIS
can happen? Why wouldn't the authorities
mistake one's supply of prescription Valium for use in illegal distribution as opposed to personal medicinal use?
Another thing. My idea for quelling the violence in Mexico and keeping it from reaching too far north past the American border? Pay a private military
company (like Blackwater/Xe--except not them because they're KINDA defunct after they're still trying to get their act together after the bad
publicity they've garnered due to ther little fiasco they had in Iraq) to supplement the Border Patrol. Since the Army can't have guns nor the power
to arrest whenever they're at the border.
And maybe send a few Spanish-speaking PMC personnel in to supplement Mexican authorities.
(visit the link for the full news article)
[edit on 3/7/09 by Marked One]