DEA Agent: We Were Told Not to Enforce Drug Laws in Rich Areas

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2015/08/17

WASHINGTON, DC — We all know the War on Drugs is really a War on People, created by the US Government as a means to enslave us.

And a recent leak by a DEA agent only confirms this.

As the agent spoke out, he confirmed that the drug laws were not to be enforced in rich areas.

It makes sense. The War on Drugs primarily targets blacks, people of low income, and people of low education.

These people are arrested and locked in cages for completely non-violent “offenses,” like possessing cannabis, a plant that is less harmful than alcohol and caffeine and has historically resulted in zero deaths.

Once they are arrested and locked away, they are made to perform labor inside for-profit prisons for pennies on the dollar.

Thus the War on Drugs effectively is designed to create a slave labor force.

Matthew Fogg, the now-former DEA agent, spoke out as follows:

“‘You know, if we go out there and start messing with those folks, they know judges, they know lawyers, they know politicians. You start locking their kids up; somebody’s going to jerk our chain.’ He said, ‘they’re going to call us on it, and before you know it, they’re going to shut us down, and there goes your overtime.’”

 

He added:

“We were jumping on guys in the middle of the night, all of that. Swooping down on folks all across the country, using these sorts of attack tactics that we went out on, that you would use in Vietnam, or some kind of war-torn zone. All of the stuff that we were doing, just calling it the war on drugs. And there wasn’t very many black guys in my position.

So when I would go into the war room, where we were setting up all of our drug and gun and addiction task force determining what cities we were going to hit, I would notice that most of the time it always appeared to be urban areas.

That’s when I asked the question, well, don’t they sell drugs out in Potomac and Springfield, and places like that? Maybe you all think they don’t, but statistics show they use more drugs out in those areas than anywhere. The special agent in charge, he says ‘You know, if we go out there and start messing with those folks, they know judges, they know lawyers, they know politicians. You start locking their kids up; somebody’s going to jerk our chain.’ He said, ‘they’re going to call us on it, and before you know it, they’re going to shut us down, and there goes your overtime.’”

We can only hope that more people of integrity like Matthew come forward.

Watch the video below:


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H/T The Free Thought Project

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