DEA, presumably involved, in Mexico US-Embassy-Truck Ambush

LAST UPDATE> AUGUST 30 2012 Revised Version 1.0

CRN® SPECIAL REPORT- MEXISTAN: DEA, presumably involved, in Mexico US-Embassy-Truck Ambush

Original story published by Proceso Issue #1869, Pages 14-17, 26 of August 2012.
Written in Spanish by Jorge Carrasco Araizaga – Proceso
Images scanned from original Proceso Article unless otherwise noted.
Translated and republished into English by Alexander Backman www.alexanderbackman.com

Abstract: The August 24 attack against two supposed American Embassy employees, on the Mexico-Cuernavaca Federal highway, puts the Calderon government in yet another scandal, especially its Secretary for Public Security [Genaro Garcia Luna]. According to the official information, the foreigners, who were being escorted by a Captain of the Mexican Navy [Marina], were ambushed by elements of the Policia Federal. The communiques that both the US and Mexican government issued, far from clearing up the “incident”, just created confusion. Trustworthy sources of Proceso assure that the Americans are in reality DEA agents that were participating on a mission to locate the drug lord known as Hector Beltran Leyva, El ‘H’ [The H]. (From Proceso)


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UPDATE: SEP 05 2012

MEXISTAN: Attack on US embassy vehicle was an accident, says MEXGOV

CRN® SEP 05 2012- In what appears to be a downplay and stupid form of trying to appease 'the gringos' from taking diplomatic or a more direct form of action after an all-out ambush of an official diplomatic vehicle belonging to the United States. The attack was conducted by Mexico's corrupt Federal Police by orders of a drug cartel leader who was being investigated by the CIA at the time. Now, the Mexico government came out and said that it was an accidental event.

Two confirmed CIA agents working under the cover of being DEA were wounded when their armored vehicle was targeted and practically destroyed by the Mexican Federal Police on August 24 in the small town of Tres Marias, south of Mexico City in the State of Morelos.

Proceso had originally reported its 1869 issue that, according to a national security insider it has feeding them information within the Mexican Federal Government, that the American agents were investigating Hector Beltran Leyva's location. They even had a member of the crime boss in the vehicle at the time.

Just a week ago, another American embassy vehicle was destroyed in Pakistan by a suicide bomber killing two American Diplomats. Mexico and Pakistan are becoming synonymous in so many ways; ergo the term MEXISTAN, originally coined by Mexican journalist and researcher Alexander Backman in 2010.

Reference: Yahoo/AP article here.

Picture Caption: Armed American CIA agent present at the place after the ambush in Tres Marias. Source: Eduardo miranda, Proceso

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