U.S. Car Buyers Laundering Money to Hezbollah
By: Rachel Pulaski
We know from reports that Hezbollah has setup camps in Mexico and they are working with Mexican Cartel running international drug and human smuggling rings. An article from American Thinker details Hezbollah’s global spying capabilities and their recent cyber-attack on the U.S. from Mexico. Now a new report states U.S. car buyers are laundering money to Hezbollah. Jihad Watch has more:
A Tulsa auto business is among companies named in a federal complaint that accuses 30 U.S. car buyers of being in league with a money laundering operation that pumped more than $300 million into the financial system to benefit the militant group Hezbollah. Drug Enforcement Administration spokesman Rusty Payne said This is the perfect intersection of the nexus between drug trafficking and terrorism.” “You have used car dealerships across the country receiving transfers from shady exchange houses that are Hezbollah backed and are working with Hezbollah and the Lebonese Canadian bank.” Dr. John Swails, director for the Center for Israel and Middle East Studies said this has been boiling under the surface for some time. He said, “The big surprise is that we’ve caught so many or they have bungled their attempts.” Dr. Swails added, “I think Hezbollah knew it was happening because they started capturing CIA agents so they may have seen it coming.
The investigation continues. No official charges have been filed.