Saturday, September 11, 2010

Los Zetas planned to blow up damn and kill thousands of Americans youtube

Drug cartels planned to blow up dam Zeta v Gulf cartel
According to the Houston Chronicle,
Zetas ranks are Mexican military defectors who were trained in special forces tactics, including demolition. A U.S. border law enforcement official told the Chronicle the warnings originated in part by the seizure of small amounts of dynamite near the dam, and the discovery of a copy of the alert on the Mexican side of the border.
The incompetence of the Obamanation will eventually lead to a catastrophe, dwarfing 9/11.
It is time to impeach the POTUS, while we have an intact country left.

Mexican cartel seizes Texas update Los Zetas plot to blow up Falcon Dam near Laredo
July 25, 2010
Media didn't report May, 2010, Los Zetas Falcon dam plot incident until weeks after incident occurred

In May 2010, a small army of law enforcement scrambled to thwart a plot by the los Zetas cartel to blow up a dam near Laredo TX. Local media didn’t cover it nor did the national MSM. The best source of news as the incident unfolded? Los Zetas, who warned residents on the Mexican side with pamphlets and announcements via bullhorns. The Houston Chronicle reported on it–6-8 weeks after the fact.

Mexican drug cartels join forces to destroy rival gang
Huffington Post2010-04-13

MEXICO CITY — Three Mexican cartels have joined forces to destroy a gang of hit men that has grown into a feared drug trafficking outfit with reach into Central America, Mexican and U.S. officials said Monday. The shift in allegiances is fueling bloody battles along the Texas border. Intelligence reports indicate the Gulf cartel has recruited its former rival, La Familia, to crush the Zetas gang in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas, said Ramon Pequeno, the head of the anti-narcotics division of Mexico's federal police. An official with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration said the Sinaloa cartel, Mexico's most powerful drug...

Falcon Dam
Falcon Dam is the lowermost major multipurpose international dam and reservoir on the Rio Grande. As an organizational unit of the U.S. Section, the function is to control and regulate the flow of international waters and to provide a means of contributing to the mutual welfare of Mexico and the United States, in compliance with various existing treaties. In conjunction with irrigation, domestic and flood releases, the project generates electricity through the hydroelectric generating plant. The project also provides support and maintenance for a small village. Click here to see the current Falcon Reservoir Storage. View the Joint Report of the Technical Advisors of the IBWC regarding the Geotechnical, Electrical, Mechanical and Structural Safety of Falcon Dam

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Drug cartel activity threatens Texas water supplies lawmaker says

Rep. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., ranking member of the House subcommittee, told that the situation needs immediate attention, particularly in light of reports that a Mexican drug cartel -- the Los Zetas -- unsuccessfully plotted to blow up the Falcon Dam along the Rio Grande last month.

"If the plot against Falcon Dam had succeeded, it would have affected more than 4 million residential customers," McClintock said Monday. "We need to focus our attention on securing these border water systems from attack by Mexican drug cartels, but also their use as a conduit for the illegal importation of drugs and people."

Bomb plot alert at Falcon Dam
Gonzalez's agency was among many that responded, as did the U.S. Border Patrol, the Texas Department of Public Safety and even game wardens, who put more boats on the water.

Citing security concerns, neither Homeland Security nor DPS commented.

“We trust that DPS and their federal and local law enforcement partners are constantly collecting intelligence and monitoring all threats to Texas and taking the appropriate action to protect our citizens from those who would do us harm,” said Gov. Rick Perry's deputy press secretary Katherine Cesinger.

Senator Warns of Terrorist Threat to Oil Rigs

July 13, 2010 by national
Filed under Homeland Security News
the BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has put accidental spills squarely in the national spotlight, one U.S. senator is warning of another possible threat: deliberate sabotage.

Democrat Jim Webb of Virginia is calling on the Obama administration to develop plans to safeguard offshore platforms from attack by terrorists.

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