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Mossad Agents Arrested
In Attempt To Bomb
Mexican Congress
From http://www.kosmos.uni.cc/
11-26-1

Interview with Journalist Hector Carreon on 11-30:
http://www.broadcast.com/shows/endoftheline/01archives.html
  
From the PGR (Mexican Department Of Justice) official web site comes an interesting story.
  
As reported in La Vox De Aztlan, two men, one of them a former Israeli Colonel and Mossad agent, were arrested INSIDE the Mexican congress carrying 9mm pistols and dynamite, but were released following intense pressure from the Israeli Embassy.

  
Army General and Head of the PGR Releases Two Israelis
Arrested With Guns and Explosives Inside the Mexican Congress
By Ernesto Cienfuegos La Voz de Aztlan
October 15, 2001
  
LOS ANGELES (ACN) - In a mind-blowing development, La Voz de Aztlan has learned that Mexican Army General Rafael Marcial Macedo de la Concha who heads the Procuraduría General de la República (Mexican Department of Justice) has released the retired Israeli Defense Forces colonel and presumed MOSSAD agent Salvador Guersson Smecke and Israeli illegal immigrant Saur Ben Zvi after both had penetrated the security of the Mexican Congress and where in possession of guns, hand grenades and explosives.
  
This morning La Voz de Aztlan had a personal telephone interview with the Mexican Congressional Press Secretary, Lic. Adriana Lopez, and verified the arrest of the two Israelis after they had entered through the highly secured front entrance of the Palacio Legislativo de San Lázaro. She stated to La Voz de Aztlan that the two terrorists had taken advantage of a situation that occurred around 1700 hours of Wednesday October 10 when a large contingent of Sugar Industry Unionists were entering through the metal detectors. The two Israelis followed about 50 of the unionists to the office of the President of the Mexican Congress Beatriz Paredes. The two Israelis were first pretending to be press photographers but called the attention of the sugar unionists because of their nervous and out of the ordinary behavior. About ten of the unionists confronted them and observed that they were carrying guns and and what looked to them to be explosives. They held the two Israelis until Official Congressional Security personnel took them into custody. The head of Congressional Security Salvador Alarcón verified that the Israelis had in their possession nine hand grenades, sticks of dynamite, detonators, wiring and two 9mm "Glock" automatics.
  
Mexican Congressional Press Secretary Lic. Adriana Lopez informed La Voz de Aztlan in the telephone interview that Congressional Security then turned the terrorists Salvador Guersson Smecke, age 34, and Saur Ben Zvi, age 27, to the Procuraduría General de la República (Mexican Department of Justice) which is headed by Mexican Army General Rafael Marcial Macedo de la Concha. Initial reports by the Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) were that both Israelis worked for a private security agency and that they both had gun permits. It turned out that there is no connection of either suspect to any private security agency. The PGR has released the retired Israeli I.D.F. colonel with the official explanation that he had a legal permit to carry a gun. They also released the illegal Israeli immigrant on about $4000 bail and the case turned over to the Mexican immigration authorities. Mexican Congressional Press Secretary Lic. Adriana Lopez was surprised to hear from La Voz de Aztlan of the release of the two Israelis.
  
La Voz de Aztlan has also learned that the Israeli Embassy used heavy handed measures to have the two Israelis released. Very high level emergency meetings took place between Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Jorge Gutman, General Macedo de la Concha and a top Ariel Sharon envoy who flew to Mexico City specially for that purpose. Elías Luf of the Israeli Embassy worked night and day and their official spokeswoman Hila Engelhart went into high gear after may hours of complete silence. What went one during those high levels meetings no ones knows, but many in Mexico are in disbelief at their release. Guns and any kind of explosive is highly illegal for Mexican citizens and the fact that these two Israelis had them inside the Mexican Congress makes their release highly suspect. What is really going on? Jorge Gutman, the Mexican Foreign Secretary, has very strong Zionist connections and himself is of Jewish descent. Mexican Army General Macedo de la Concha has strong connections to the U.S. Military Industrial-Complex and through this to the Israeli Defense Forces. Have any of these connections influenced the decision to release the two Zionist terrorists?
  
The initial arrests of the two Israelis inside the Palacio Legislativo de San Lázaro made top news on Mexico City television and radio on the evening of October 10. TV Azteca had extensive coverage on the first night and on the following day. La Cronica de Hoy Newspaper and El Universal Newspaper both covered the incident the following two days but now it seems that there is a lack of reports. The PGR has a Press Bulletin on their official website at but they have made no updates. No U.S. media has made any mention, that we know, except one by USAJewish.com this Sunday at: Pravda of Moscow has a note of the initial La Voz de Aztlan article at:
  
What were the Israelis up to? We think we know. The Vicente Fox government has been very careful of involving Mexico in a war against Islam. The Mexican population as well as the two major opposition political parties, the PRI and the PRD will not allow it. President Bush and the U.S. Zionists want Mexico fully involved in the war principally because if things get tough in the middle east and the oil rich Arabs leave the coalition, the U.S. military machine is going to need alternative sources of oil and PEMEX is just across the border. We believe that the two Zionists terrorist were going to blow up the Mexican Congress. The second phase was to mobilize both the Mexican and US press to blame Osama bin Laden. Most likely then Mexico would declare war on Afghanistan as well, commit troops and all the oil it could spare to combat Islamic terrorism.

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Also, check out eyewitness account

Eyewitness Account Of Mexican
Congress Arrests
From Mario Andrade
12-2-1

By Vicente Bello
For original Spanish version:
http://www.correo-gto.com.mx/2001/octubre/111001/otrasvoces8.html


The sugar industry union meeting in the congress was disturbed by the discovery and apprehension of two individuals carrying what appeared to be either a 9 mm, 38, or 45 cal. I saw a security guard emptying one of the guns, ensuring that the gun chamber was empty. That gun was taken away from under one of the suspect's belt. The individual carrying it looked like someone you just don't want to mess with. Previously, they appeared to be taking pictures of the sugar workers. After waiting 48 hours, the sugar union workers were finally going to a meeting with the congress.
  
It was on the Wednesday, October the 10th, 2001. It was shortly after 4 o'clock and the sugarcane workers were gathering around in the central patio. They usually gather themselves around the gardens and the great fountain. Suddenly, the calm was interrupted with someone yelling, "He's packing a gun! Get him!"
  
The man, wearing a suit, was walking among the sugarcane workers, just like the day before. He was aiming a shiny camera. One of the "sombrerudos" (men wearing sombreros), skinny, with dark skin - undoubtedly caused by the sunny Veracruz outdoors climate - approached the suit and angrily asked him, "Why are you taking pictures of us, fucker?"
  
The suit began getting nervous and evasive. He pointed his camera once again, and suddenly, another sugar worker yelled at him, "I see you're packing a gun, cabron!" His jacket accidentally opened and exposed his concealed handgun before the eyes of two or three more unionists. The suit ignored them and acted like nothing was happening; however, two other workers were already alerting the security guards. Without hesitation, the guards immediately ran towards the armed man. They immediately discovered that a second suspect was accompanying him.
  
The halls exploded with commotion and confusion. The crowd focused their attention on one of the men, probably in his mid-twenties, with light-complexion skin, light-colored eyes, and a bald spot, who previously, was taking pictures here and there. They later saw the other one, also light-skinned and athletically-built.
  
"Take the gun away from him!" said one of the "sombrerudo" workers. Then, a dozen or more security guards from San Lazaro came in and took them inside the security office in the basement. As they were rapidly walking towards the office, they found the man's camera. Then another sombrerudo yelled, "Get the gun, the one with the briefcase has it."
  
They later walked towards the corner of the patio and took them downstairs. They went around the building where the restaurant is located and finally reached the head of security office. Two more unionists cried "he's hiding a gun, don,t let him bullshit you!"
  
As they were going in, the last security guard literally removed the gun from the man's underwear in his lower back. He immediately emptied the gun in the middle of the legislative chamber of San Lazaro.
  
The sugarcane workers returned to the chamber where they took their anger on Enrique Ramos, that gangster that is now a congressman for the PRI and stole 700 million pesos from form the sugar worker's union and refuses to answer questions about it. At sundown, the workers from states like Veracruz, Puebla and Morelos were finally going to get a hearing with speaker Beatriz Paredes regarding this issue.
  
At around 6 o,clock, it was learned that one of the suspects name was Salvador Gersson, a former Israeli military member and another one that didn't speak Spanish by the name of Sar Ben-Sui (Zvi -ed.). There were some rumors going around that the briefcase had a grenade inside. Outside the press room there were journalists broadcasting live on radio and reporting that the PGR (Deportment of Justice) agents were enroute to the congress to question the individuals. The rumors were later proven to be true.
  
Salvador Ansalgo Trapaga, the agent that disarmed one of the suspects stated that the handgun was a 9 mm Glock (plastic) pistol, very hard to detect by the metal detectors at the entrance. Later, they said that the grenade turned out to be a cigarette lighter shaped like a grenade. However, the guards did mention that inside the briefcase was bomb making material, pipes and detonating cables.
  
Shortly afterwards, a man claiming to be their supervisor at a security company stated to a reporter that they were "vacationing" and that was the reason they were taking pictures. A journalist lost his cool and shouted "That's bullshit! Vacationing with a handgun?"
  
Unable to understand the situation, some unionists blamed and took their anger on Enrique Ramos. "He's capable of anything," they said. This was that day's congressional session.

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