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Have the Mexican Drug Cartels Captured Maricopa County Arizona?

On May 2, 2012, J.T. Ready, a militia volunteer and candidate for Pinal County Arizona Sheriff, along with his girlfriend, his girlfriend’s daughter, her fiancée, and their child were murdered by a drug cartel assassination squad at Ready’s home in Gilbert, Arizona.  The mainstream media immediately reported that Ready, who they identified as a white supremacist, had killed his family and himself.

This is probably how the situation would have stood except for the fact that unbeknownst to the media putting out the propaganda, one of Ready’s girlfriend’s daughters had survived the assassination squad by hiding underneath a bed.  The retractions were short and went literally without notice within the general public.   

As for the assassination squad, the whole incident was quickly covered up as it is apparent that the drug cartels have infiltrated the law enforcement agencies to the point that assassination squads now exist.

On Wednesday, August 7, 2013, $7.2 million worth of marijuana was seized by the West Desert Task Force near the village of Ventana on the Tohono O’odham Nation in Maricopa County, Arizona.  Arizona militia volunteers were instrumental in this seizure, working in correlation with the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.

On Thursday, August 8, 2013, a Maricopa County Deputy was shot dead in his driveway.

On Saturday night, August 17, 2013, as was reported by AZ Central, there was an encounter between an out of the area militia volunteer on patrol and two Maricopa County Deputies wherein a militia volunteer was arrested for pointing his weapon at the deputies.

The report indicated that the militia had been told to stay out of the area and that Sheriff Joe Arpaio was not pleased with the situation and did make threats directed at the militia that had been working with the Sheriff’s Department as a part of operation “Take Back the Night”, which again was instrumental in the seizure of the $7.2 million marijuana seizure.

Details on exactly what had occurred were sketchy to the point that it seemed the situation was being kept quiet and many of us were left to wonder exactly what was going on.

On Friday, August 23, 2013, during the Liberty Tree Radio broadcast of the Militia Town Hall Meeting as a part of a discussion of the matter, an Arizona militia volunteer called in and put forth information that is indeed eye opening.

So why has Sheriff Joe Arpaio become hostile towards the militia volunteers who have been risking their lives in aiding law enforcement in the thankless job of trying to stop the drug cartel’s incursions into our country?

Listen to this interview and draw your own conclusions.  As for me, I think the drug cartels have taken over down on our southern border and that the mainstream media will not report on the situation, as the push to facilitate the southern invasion through so called immigration reform would not be served by the truth.  At any rate, judge for yourself.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

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8 Responses to Have the Mexican Drug Cartels Captured Maricopa County Arizona?

  1. diggerdan says:

    Good one Henry. This Joe Arpaio is a low life that plays both sides of the streets as do most that do in law enforcment. They are a buch of shit talkin pukes. That Arpaio needs to be locked up for the rest of his life,because he is crooked big time. If he isn`t hanged then he needs to be doing real old fashioned hard time. I think that Arpaio is a drug dealer/importer IMOHO and that is just what I think. P.S, I do have a special hole for those POS like arpiao. FU Arpaio, and I am not the only one that doesn`t like ya and yea some are real hard core redneck ready to punk your sorry ass.

    • Tucker says:

      I listened to an interview that Arpaio did on an American Free Press podcast, and I thought he came across as one arrogant, cocky, obnoxious A-hole. Not at all like the sanitized image that some of the patriot community people have tried to paint of the guy.

      One particular question that was tossed at him was about building the border fence – and, much to my surprise, this guy said he was opposed to the idea. And, his response did come out like a simple disagreement about the effectiveness of a fence – he almost sounded like he was a little too enthusiastically opposed to the idea.

      You know, almost as if creation of that fence might somehow reduce the size of his bank account or something. Thus, I tend to be just as suspicious about this guy as diggerdan.

  2. Smilardog says:

    Thanks Henry for keeping the J.T. Ready and family murders in the forefront. I bring it up every chance I get, also.

    and, I would bet that America’s Sheriff got his orders from the CIA/Mexican Cartels to cease and desist his activities with the local militia, as it hampers them in their profits, and competition with American growers.

    Also, and usually when there are big bust it is to pull border patrol away from other places so even bigger loads can get through somewhere else. If you will notice in the news how they pulled agents in from other areas. Typical strategy! Nothing new

  3. dooodaaa says:

    When no one knows what the real truth is, we are all in deep S#hit.

    • diggerdan says:

      when people believes in our govt. they will never know what the truth is. Remember what politics means. Politics are only for those in charge that are being controled by the power that put them all in their self serving position and that is the truth.

  4. Tom W. says:

    criminal invasion, paybacks for Sheriff’s election

  5. carl hammel says:

    Let them fight it out.Quit givin’ em money.neighbors and information make the world go round.private security would be cheaper and safer not to mention more reliable.Why should the state have a monopoly on creating laws as well as a monopoly on enforcing them?

  6. Jolly Roger says:

    The plot thickens. I missed the Town hall Meeting, but now I’m going to load the MP3 version and hear this.

    Important revelation, Henry, and I don’t doubt it for a minute.

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