Norwegian terrorist mentioned Mexico´s Tijuana Cartel.
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MEXICO, D.F. – The killer of 77 people in two attacks in Norway last Friday 22, Anders Behring Breivik , mentions the mexican Tijuana cartel in a list of likely suppliers of weapons to extremist right-wing cells, such as the Knights Templar, which he claims is a part of, according to a report of proceso.com.mx
In his manifesto entitled “2083. A European Declaration of Independence”, which describes all of his plans before placing a bomb in a government building in Oslo and then shoot in cold blood at a group of social-democrats teenagers on the norwegian island of Utoya, Breivik suggests that the criminal group founded by the Arellano Felix brothers, is one of the international organizations that might have been “used” for the transfer of weapons to use in terrorist actions against “islamists, marxists and supporters of a multicultural Europe”.
“There are two alternatives available when trying to purchase weapons, armor and explosives: to use other European nationalist organizations or criminal networks. The pragmatic alternative would be the latter, “reads the obscure document.
The list of criminal gangs cited by the serial killer is the Solntsevskaya Bratva from Moscow, commonly known as the “Russian mafia” or “brotherhood”, the Yamaguchi-gumi of Japan, the largest of the so-called Yakuza (japanese mafia) , and ‘Ndrangheta in Calabria, Italy (italian mob in Naples,Italy). The ‘Ndrangheta is known for its ties to the Mexican cartel Los Zetas.
In addition, the norwegian assasin includes in his list of key criminal contacts to get high-powered weapons the Dai Huen Jai , also known as “The Big Circle Boys” in communist continental China, and “nited Bamboo” the triad mafia gang in the island of Taiwan (Nationalist China). BACK TO HOMEPAGE