Revealed: government “law enforcement” protected Mexico’s largest drug cartel, targeting lower-level competitors

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It has been frequently revealed that government “law enforcement” agencies make deals with the highest-level crime organizations and help the organizations eliminate lower-level competitors.

The FBI’s “Organized Crime” unit in New England made a practice of aligning with Boston’s Irish mob and prosecuting the mob’s (mostly Italian) mafia rivals.

The Irish mob, protected by the FBI, committed far more murders than the Italian mob, which was weak and ineffectual in comparison. The Italian mob was constantly investigated and prosecuted by the FBI.

These facts are documented in the book “Black Mass,” which later became a major motion picture.

Now we learn that the U.S. “Drug Enforcement Agency” (DEA) has had a long-running relationship with Mexico’s largest drug cartel. The cartel has used the DEA to scatter, weaken and imprison its competitors

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