As we’ve been reporting on previous episodes…”As part of an operation dubbed Fast and Furious, an ATF whistleblower contends at least 1,800 firearms illegally purchased in the U.S. were allowed to “walk” across the border…”


Well tonight, Mike has issued a “ten-thirteen” – a police radio call signifying that an officer is in serious trouble.  And Mike is close to a meltdown over this story.

Tonight, we’re rejoined by Bill Conroy from Narco News to go over the latest in the story, and to cover his latest:

US-Backed Programs Supplying the Firepower for Mexico’s Soaring Murder Rate

Felipe Calderón’s Drug War Has Become a Hot Market for US Arms Trade

We also cover this story, provided by Barbara – one of our intrepid listeners – on our Facebook page.

Sinaloa Drug Cartel Controlled and Protected by Both Mexican and U.S. Governments


About the Guest:

Bill Conroy has worked as a reporter or editor for the past eighteen years at newspapers in Wisconsin, Arizona, Minnesota and Texas.

His investigative reporting over the past five years has focused on corruption and discrimination within federal law enforcement agencies.

He is also a journalist for Narco News. His investigative pieces, particularly those on the House of Death, have made him our most-favored guest.


Previous shows on the topic:

Fast and Furious I

Fast and Furious II

Closing music:

“Glide”, from Mark’s ongoing album project. Buy all 9 tracks here for as little as 2 smackers, and help the project continue:

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