WND isnt really a tinfoil hat news organization. I have no reason to believe the guy isnt being held by Mexican authorities. Its now 12/9/03 and the article said he was still being held as of 12/3/03. I could easily see something dragging on for that period of time between two countries.Double Naught Spy said:Strangely, this new source seems to be the ONLY one with the story. There were claims over on thehighroad.org that various government agencies and other news organizations are not interested in this story. That is bunk. Kidnapping of Americans is big news, especially in regard to an international incident. They would not turn a blind side to this. So I am inclined to believe that the conspiracy theorists are wrong. Of course, it may be that various government agencies and other news organizations have no interest because there is no credible information.
In the Kiki Camareno case, the doctor that tortured him to death was apprehended coming across the border at a hole in the fence. It was done officially as an arrest made after an unanimous tip. Unofficially, the Mexican Feds pushed him thru the whole with BP waiting for him.wsdeweese said:I am sure there is a lot of stuff going on that we dont hear about, and there is usually another side or two to any given story.
Didnt US federal agents go into Mexico undercover and kidnap, for lack of a better term, a Mexican national suspected of killing a DEA agent (Kiki Camarena) and haul him back over the border for trial?
When a Park Ranger at Organ Pipe was gunned down by smugglers I understand that elements of the Mexican military went in pursuit of the shooter, eventually killing him. (I may have this wrong)
I'm not taking sides here, just pointing out that things are not always as they seem.