John Dodson, the ATF agent who exposed the Fast & Furious gun operation operated by the DOJ, has written an explosive new book which he says exposes the Fast & Furious gun-walking program as a drug-walking program. His assertions are bolstered by claims from a drug cartel trafficker.
Dodson says that the criminals who killed Brian Terry were working for FBI operatives. They were sent to the border to do a drug rip-off using intelligence given to them from the federal drug enforcement administration through the FBI operatives.
“I don’t think the (FBI) assets were part of the rip-off crew,” Dodson said. “I think they were directing the rip crew.”
He wrote much the same thing in his book, “The Unarmed Truth.”
Brian Terry was a Border Patrol agent sent to a remote area, Peck Canyon, where drug gangs were escalating their trafficking.
The ATF allowed guns to be “walked” into the hands of Mexican cartels from “straw buyers” in the states. The guns were supposed to be tracked but weren’t, and, in fact, little to no effort was made to track the guns in a colossal example of incompetence and malfeasance. It led many to believe that it was done deliberately to help the administration’s case for gun control.
The DOJ covered up the crime and to this day, much of the information has been kept from the public. The DOJ continues to lie about it.
Dodson believes the ATF arranged a drug shipment through Peck Canyon the night Terry was murdered. He further states that DEA agents shared the intelligence with the FBI who advised criminal informants from another cartel that the load would be “theirs for the taking.”
“Stealing such a shipment would increase the clout of the FBI informants in the cartel organization they had penetrated,” Dodson wrote, “and thus lead to better intel for them in the future.”
Cartel trafficker, Zambada-Niebla, who has since been sent to Chicago to stand trial, said he was granted immunity in 2011, and was allowed to participate in criminal conduct as authorized by the DOJ.
Zambada-Niebla is bolstering his claims by swearing that Fast & Furious guns were a reward to some cartels for information provided against other cartels.
Jesus Vicente Zambada-Niebla, a drug trafficker for the Sinaloa cartel, said the U.S. wanted to take out the larger Medellin and Cali cartels by giving carte blanche to other cartels, even allowing some cartels to smuggle drugs in exchange for information.
The end justifies the means for this administration and his claims are believable.
Zamabada-Niebla is seeking Fast & Furious documents from the U.S. government because he believes they might prove the guns were freely given to the cartels in a similar operation to the ones he alleges have been undertaken with drugs.
Drug trafficker Zambada-Niebla
Like Dodson, he also claims that the people transporting the guns were FBI informants and that various drug cartel leaders are paid FBI informants. Taxpayer money might have been used to pay the informants.
Mr. Zambada-Niebla is a very unreliable source and without proof from other sources, he alone is not to be believed but Dodson adds validity to his claims. The Sentinel reported on his accusations in August 2012.
Zambada said members of the Sinaloa cartel were receiving the Fast & Furious guns as a reward for information.
Click the link federal court documents and read the accusation for yourself.
The claims merit a second look.
Read more about Dodson’s claims at Arizona Central.