Federal Courts: Obama Partnership With Drug Cartels Deeper Than Weapons
Presented in a Federal Judge’s court ruling is an insight we have never seen in Federal Courts. It seems very prominent that Obama’s partnership with drug cartels go way beyond the weapons we knew about!
A federal court in Texas has issued a formal opinion on the court case United States of America v. Mirtha Veronica Nava-Martinez. The judge, Andrew Hanen, presented his opinion from the case that threw open the doors to watch the travesty of justice that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the shear lawlessness of the Obama Administration. This goes way beyond the Fast and Furious weapons Scandal.
While most the Mainstream Media is concentrating on Duck Dynasty, a Federal Court in Texas was hearing a little unheard about case. It seems that the defendant, Nava-Martinez, had a little bit of work behind closed doors smuggling children from El Salvador into the United States to be given to illegal immigrants so that they could stay in the US with drug cartel money. The problem was after paying $8500 to smuggle a little girl out of South America to the US, the person in charge of smuggling the child got caught in human trafficking by DHS at the border.
Then the unusual happened. Instead of turning the human trafficker over to Mexico, or turning them around and securing the boarders, DHS delivered the child to the destination in Virginia!
What is the worst part, Nava-Martinez is a prior felon for food stamp fraud in 2011, and suspected of being a drug cartel go between. The person that hired her to smuggle the child is a woman named Patricia Elizabeth Salmeron Santos. Santos has been denied legally entry into the United States more than once, with the last time being 2001. She lives in Virginia since that time illegally and is hoping for the Amnesty bill to go through.
Mind you that the basis of this one child is just the tip of the iceberg according to the reports, and the judges opinion. This may go deeper and darker than any Presidential Administration in history.
Here is what the judge had to say:
The criminal conspiracy instigated by Salmeron Santos [the mother in Virginia] was temporarily interrupted when Nava-Martinez [the professional human trafficker] was arrested. Despite this setback, the goal of the conspiracy was successfully completed thanks to the actions of the United States Government. The Court is quite concerned with the apparent policy of the Department of Homeland Security (hereinafter “HHS”) of completing the criminal missions of individuals who are violating the border security of the United States. Customs and Border Protection agents stopped the Defendant at the border inspection point. She was arrested, and the child was taken into custody. The DHS officials were notified that Salmeron Santos instigated this illegal conduct. Yet, instead of arresting Salmeron Santos for instigating the conspiracy to violate our border security laws, the DHS delivered the child to her–thus successfully completing the mission of the criminal conspiracy. It did not arrest her. It did not prosecute her. It did not even initiate deportation proceedings for her. This DHS policy is a dangerous course of action.
Mind you, for the record, that this is not personal opinion on calling it a conspiracy. This comes from the actual court order attached to this.
The DHS, instead of enforcing our border security laws, actually assisted the criminal conspiracy in achieving its illegal goals. The Government’s actions were not done in connection with a sting operation or a controlled delivery situation. Rather, the actions it took were directly in furtherance of Y.P.S.’s [the little girl's] illegal presence in the United States. … In summary, instead of enforcing the laws of the United States, the Government took direct steps to help the individuals who violated it. A private citizen would, and should, be prosecuted for this conduct.
The judge is very accurate on this. There have been several cases along the border including some brought by the Free Patriot paper that have been prosecuted. If this was a private citizen or company, they would be facing 25 to life in Texas if the child was not harmed. It is a capital offense in Texas if the child is harmed.
This is the fourth case with the same factual situation this Court has had in as many weeks. In all of the cases, human traffickers who smuggled minor children were apprehended short of delivering the children to their ultimate destination. In all cases, a parent, if not both parents, of the children was in this country illegally. That parent initiated the conspiracy to smuggle the minors into the country illegally. He or she also funded the conspiracy. In each case, the DHS completed the criminal conspiracy, instead of enforcing the laws of the United States, by delivering the minors to the custody of the parent illegally living in the United States….
[T]here is no explanation. The DHS has simply chosen not to enforce the United States’ border security laws.
We have reports from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents off the record saying they are told not to enforce border security at this time. Again, this is not just one judge’s opinion but fact.
In each of these cases, the Government also incurred significant expense to help complete the conspiracy. In all cases when the Government apprehended some of the traffickers, the Government transported the children across the country to unite them with a parent (or parents) who was in the country illegally. In one situation, the Government flew a child to multiple locations in different parts of the United States. The taxpayers of the United States suffer the expense of delivering these minors.
First, and most importantly, these illegal activities help fund the illegal drug cartels which are a very real danger for both citizens of this country and Mexico.
Mexican cartels control most of the human smuggling and human trafficking routes and networks in Texas. The nature of the cartels’ command and control of human smuggling and human trafficking networks along the border is varied, including cartel members having direct organizational involvement and responsibility over human smuggling and human trafficking operations.
This Court need not list the dangers involved for minors, or even adults, who are being smuggled into the United States. In the last year, this Court has seen instances where aliens being smuggled were assaulted, raped, kidnapped and/or killed.
There is more, but this seems confirmation of every thing we have feared about the President and the Drug Cartels. He goes further than this, but this in itself is treason without delving further into the case. This implicates the Commander-in-Chief in espionage, drug trafficking, human trafficking, murder, rape, and a list of felonies. Either Eric Holder or President Obama had to be directly involved as the orders came from the top of the department, and either way someone needs to be in prison over this.
The judge closes the case with one final statement. “DHS should enforce the laws of the United States-not break them.”
You can see the full court order here: