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US Indicts Venezuelan Leader Nicolas Maduro, Offers $15 Million Reward For His Capture
6 days ago  ::  Mar 26, 2020 - 6:21PM #1
Judge
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Venezuela will be so much better off once he's gone.

6 days ago  ::  Mar 26, 2020 - 7:13PM #2
louisiana_lightning
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How much for his head?

6 days ago  ::  Mar 26, 2020 - 7:14PM #3
Judge
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Mar 26, 2020 -- 7:13PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


How much for his head?




15 million.

6 days ago  ::  Mar 26, 2020 - 7:15PM #4
louisiana_lightning
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Mar 26, 2020 -- 7:14PM, Judge wrote:


Mar 26, 2020 -- 7:13PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


How much for his head?




15 million.




That was captured.

6 days ago  ::  Mar 26, 2020 - 7:17PM #5
Judge
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Mar 26, 2020 -- 7:15PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


Mar 26, 2020 -- 7:14PM, Judge wrote:


Mar 26, 2020 -- 7:13PM, louisiana_lightning wrote:


How much for his head?




15 million.




That was captured.




Just the head?  He wouldn't be able to squeal then so he'd be worth a lot less I would think.


He'd need more protection than Epstein got if they get him alive or else he'd end up the same way.   

5 days ago  ::  Mar 27, 2020 - 5:52PM #6
prof. quiz
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It's ironic, WalMart and the Sacklers are respectable opioid salesman while Maduro is a cocaine smuggling fiend.


I'm no fan of that totalitarian azzhole Maduro but you must admit the hypocrisy is glaring.

5 days ago  ::  Mar 27, 2020 - 5:56PM #7
SSBob643
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Mar 27, 2020 -- 5:52PM, prof. quiz wrote:


...you must admit the hypocrisy is glaring.




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Good luck with that. Why would this be any different than any other glaring hypocrisy?

5 days ago  ::  Mar 27, 2020 - 6:17PM #8
Judge
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Mar 27, 2020 -- 5:52PM, prof. quiz wrote:


It's ironic, WalMart and the Sacklers are respectable opioid salesman while Maduro is a cocaine smuggling fiend.


I'm no fan of that totalitarian azzhole Maduro but you must admit the hypocrisy is glaring.




WalMart is trying to flood the US with foreign cocaine?   What did I miss?


Face it, Trump can never do anything right in your eyes.   If he cured cancer you'd find something to complain about.

5 days ago  ::  Mar 27, 2020 - 6:19PM #9
Judge
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Mar 27, 2020 -- 5:56PM, SSBob643 wrote:


Mar 27, 2020 -- 5:52PM, prof. quiz wrote:


...you must admit the hypocrisy is glaring.




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Good luck with that. Why would this be any different than any other glaring hypocrisy?




Did Obama bring WalMart to justice?   What exactly are their crimes by the way?   


I'm failing to see the hypocrisy, just two people who hate Trump so much that no matter what he or his administration does, Orange Man Still Bad.

5 days ago  ::  Mar 28, 2020 - 11:54AM #10
prof. quiz
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Mar 27, 2020 -- 6:17PM, Judge wrote:


WalMart is trying to flood the US with foreign cocaine?   What did I miss?




No, that was Ray Gunz CIA who used the proceeds from cocaine and heroin smuggling by Air America to fund the Contras and other dirty, unapproved covert operations kept secret from the American public. Since Congress would not fund their regime changing mission the CIA got creative. But that is just another one of many long buried and forgotten coverups that occur on foreign soil.


This cover-up was different. It happened right here in the shadow of our purple mountain majesties above the fruited plains. WalMart was flooding the US with opioids and blatanlty ignoring the pleas of their pharmacists. The perscription fillers realized that hundreds of thousands of fraudulent scripts were being written by opportunistic doctors running pill mills. And it wasn't just a problem in TX. It was country-wide. Sackler's legal heroin empire made sure that everyone in the supply chain got paid well.


WM pharmacists were told by company compliance officers to keep dispensing opioids to drive sales. When they realized that their concerns fell on deaf ears they complained to the state. These concerns and complaints generated a two year investigation in TX.


Seven years prior WalMart promised the DEA that they would improve their track record with violating opioid drug laws. They didn't because of the pressure to keep the shareholder happy and all of those Sackler bucks were hard to ignore. So TX investigated, saw the abuse first hand and gave WalMart a heads up that they were going to get indicted for violating the Controlled Substances Act. In hindsight, that was a huge mistake.


Usually the man goes after the politically unprotected targets like organized crime factions and other opportunistic low-lifes who profit from societies weaknesses. But this time it was different. They targeted a Fortune 500 company. A member of the highly exlusive DJIA. WalMart got on the horn, before TX officially filed charges, to their friends in high places. You know, the ones who work for Trumpet's DOJ.


What a sham and waste of time just like Meuller's investigation and Trumpet's Senate coverup to his impeachment. As Trumpet's DOJ has reeled back their investigations into white-collar-corporate crimes the prosecution of WalMart never stood a chance. One of the the largest drug dealers in America continues on with impunity while Trumpet blathers on about a goofy wall that will prevent Hispanic mules and their illicit payloads from crossing our southern border.






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