Attorney General Eric Holder and President Barack Obama
It is being reported in the mainstream press that President Obama's Department of Justice (DOJ), run by disgraced Attorney General, Eric Holder, deliberately released gun trafficker, Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta, to lead them to two drug cartel members. However, the two drug cartel members in question were actually FBI informants, making the whole operation a sham and a scam.
During the course of the scam by the DOJ and FBI, two innocent U.S. Border Patrol police officers were killed with weapons the DOJ trafficked. Hundreds of innocent Mexican civilians have also been killed with the weapons Holder illegally trafficked into Mexico.
The FBI is notorious for framing people or rigging cases by setting up targets, in order to meet arrest quotas they set, which allows them to extract billions in taxpayer money from Congress. These funds are often wasted by the FBI on extravagant spending, luxury travel accommodations and exorbitant living expenses for executives and high level agents. Once again, the FBI/DOJ has blood on its hands.
Drug lords targeted by Fast and Furious were FBI informants
March 21, 2012, 5:39 p.m. - Federal agents released alleged gun trafficker Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta to help them find two Mexican drug lords. But the two were secret FBI informants, emails show. When the ATF made alleged gun trafficker Manuel Fabian Celis-Acosta its primary target in the ill-fated Fast and Furious investigation, it hoped he would lead the agency to two associates who were Mexican drug cartel members. The ATF even questioned and released him knowing that he was wanted by the Drug Enforcement Administration.
But those two drug lords were secretly serving as informants for the FBI along the Southwest border, newly obtained internal emails show. Had Celis-Acosta simply been held when he was arrested by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in May 2010, the investigation that led to the loss of hundreds of illegal guns and may have contributed to the death of a Border Patrol agent could have been closed early...