Now Here is an Idea Whose Time Has Come: Mexico Legalizes Vigilantes, Nabs Cartel Leader

Vatic Note:  Great way around a broken justice system.  Read this and see why it works.  I bet Bush hates this one.  lol  I wonder if it has cost him a bundle in his drug running escapades. This is up  to add to our cache of various solutions that we can consider in the Satanists battle/war against the American people.   Lets not forget,  "This fight is for the children"..... they are at the worst risk than at anytime in our history, ever!

Pedophiles who are satanists need unfettered access to our children for sexual ritual abuse as an offering to satan to obtain their wealth, power and favoritism from him.   The perverts are vulnerable right now to arrest for doing so, and they need control over our entire justice system in order to remain safe from prosecution and encarceration.

That is partially what this is all about, so this below becomes a serious alternative solution to our problems and if we keep pictures of the children in our minds, that will sustain us and provide us with the courage, commitment and tools we need to prevail over these sick humans called "Edomites" without a soul.  Remember, these are the seed of Cain who murdered his own brother, so that is what we are dealing with here.

Mexico Legalizes Vigilantes, Nabs Cartel Leader
by Blacklisted News

Mexico essentially legalized the country's growing "self-defense" groups Monday, while also announcing that security forces had captured one of the four top leaders of the Knights Templar drug cartel, which the vigilante groups have been fighting for the last year.

The government said it had reached an agreement with vigilante leaders to incorporate the armed civilian groups into old and largely forgotten quasi-military units called the Rural Defense Corps. Vigilante groups estimate their numbers at 20,000 men under arms.

The twin announcements may help the administration of President Enrique Pena Nieto find a way out of an embarrassing situation in the western state of Michoacan, where vigilantes began rising up last February against the Knights Templar reign of terror and extortion after police and troops failed to stop the abuses.

"The self-defense forces will become institutionalized, when they are integrated into the Rural Defense Corps," the Interior Department said in a statement. Police and soldiers already largely tolerate, and in some cases even work with, the vigilantes, many of whom are armed with assault rifles that civilians are not allowed to carry.

Vigilante leaders will have to submit a list of their members to the Defense Department, and the army will apparently oversee the groups, which the government said "will be temporary." They will be allowed to keep their weapons as long as they register them with the army.

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