Nice first post!Heaven forbid someone questions what you say when you make an unfounded and outlandish claim. What a troll! Lets play the analogy game. I have a time machine in my closet. I posted on my blog about it. Should you immediately assume its true because I posted about my wonderful time machine on my blog? According to your logic, because something is posted on a blog, its instantly credible and should be trusted. So, for 5000 dollars, you can all use my time machine. Upfront. Time traveling not guaranteed. Safety not guaranteed.
Statement of Kris Buckner President said:Do Terrorists Engage in the Sale of Counterfeit Goods?
I am also frequently asked if terrorist groups profit from the sale of counterfeit goods. I do not know the answer to that question. What I do know is that
while working with law enforcement to conduct counterfeit good raids, I have been in homes and businesses in which photos of Hezbollah leader Sheik Nasrallah have been prominently displayed. On several occasions during these same raids, I have heard subjects make anti-Israeli and anti-Jewish statements. I have also observed evidence indicating that counterfeiters send large amounts of money to places such as Lebanon and Paraguay.
They fail to state how this was realated to terrorism or wether these people were terrorists.[I said:Financing Terror
[/i]By DEAN T. OLSON, M.A.]
If we cannot kill them with guns, so we will kill them with drugs.5 Documented links exist between terrorist groups and drug trafficking, notably the smuggling of pseudoephedrine, a precursor used to manufacture methamphetamine. After purchasing the substance in multiton quantities, smugglers associated with one terrorist group moved truckloads of it into the United States to feed methamphetamine labs in California and neighboring southwestern states.
In three major drug investigations, DEA arrested more than 300 people and seized over $16 million in currency and enough pseudoephedrine to manufacture 370,000 pounds of methamphetamine. To put this quantity into context, the average annual seizure of methamphetamine throughout the United States in 2002 was 6,000 pounds.