Conflicting reports of a mole in Homeland Security

Mexican police made a statement on behalf of the Secretariat of Public Security saying  after they did further investigation in the Sinaloa Cartel drug bust, there is “a member of the Department of Homeland Security, identified as Mike Skapes, has been connected to money laundering on behalf of the Sinaloa Cartel to Lebanon through West Africa. We initially pursued the investigation following the Acapulco interrogations.”

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security then issued a statement saying there is not a mole in the department, saying Mexican police used “enhanced interrogation methods while questioning Acapulco suspects.”

Homeland Security “vehemently protest the use of such aggressive methods which leds to false and unreliable information give to relieve duress.”

Homeland Security also said the Mexican police have “not produced any credible evidence” and they “reject their unsubstantiated claim.”

“This type of unproductive behavior is detracting from the effort to end of this crisis.”


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