Domnule Rosca Stanescu
Sunteti ultima spranta pentru cei care spera sa scape de cancerul mafiei de arme. Aceasta mafie avand la dispozitie uriase sume de bani provenind din comisioane si contrabanda, realmente cumpara institutile statului :justitia, serviciile secrete, parlamentul etc. Foarte putini cunosc in Romania faptul ca contrabanda de arme romanesti a devenit o preocupare majora a politicienilor din USA, Armele AK47 ROMARM care au inundat America sunt considerate ca un pericol exitential.,comparabil cu pericolul terorist Fiind vandute la un sfert din pretul pietii au devenit arma preferata a criminalilor. Tinad seama de gravitatea situatiei va rog insistent sa faceti cunoscut opiniei publice romanesti , acest razboiul nedeclarat pe care il duce clanul Basescu cu poporul american. Cei 500 de politisti ucisi doar in acest an sunt un argument in aceasta privinta.
SENATOAREA DIANNE FEINSTEIN (CALIFORNIA ) INTR-O CUVANTATE IN SENATUL AMERICAN, ADRESATA PRESEDINTELUI USA, VORBESTE DESPRE URIASA AMENINTARE PENTRU AMERICA A ARMELOR ROMANESTI
” INTR-UN SINGUR TRANSPORT PLECAT DIN PORTUL CONSTANTA 8.000 DE ARME AK-47……VOR FI VANDUTE CRIMINALILOR” “ACESTE ARME SUNT ARMELE PREFERATE IMPOTRIVA POLITIEI ” “In other words, even though craven gun manufacturers tried to evade the ban, those copycat guns did not replace banned guns in equal numbers, at least when traced to crimes. I want to spend a couple of minutes and explain to you about a shipment that was recently found by Italian customs. Some 8,000 AK-47 assault rifles were on their way from the Romanian port of Constanta to New York City, according to press reports and BATF information, apparently bound for a gun store in Georgia by the name of Century International Arms. These guns had a value of more than $7 million — 8,000 AK-47s.
. Though this shipment may very well have been illegal in any case under a 1989 Executive Order, think of one gun store buying 8,000 AK-47s in anticipation of 5 days from today.
Think of where guns like these are going to go. Some are going to go to legitimate gun owners. Others are going to go to gang bangers. They are going to be sold out of the backseats of automobiles and on street corners to criminals. They have become the weapon of choice for those who go up against the police. Mr. President, that is 8,000 AK-47s in one shipment coming into the United States.”
DIANNE FEINSTEIN ESTE Chairwoman of the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
As part of its oversight responsibilities, prepares legislation authorizing appropriations for the various civilian and military agencies and departments comprising the Intelligence Community. These entities include the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, as well as the intelligence-related components of Department of State, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of the Treasury, The Committee also conducts periodic investigations, audits, and inspections of intelligence activities and programs.
THE NEW YORK TIMES
Italy Seizes 8,000 Kalashnikovs Headed to U.S.
Reuters ^ | Italy Seizes 8,000 Kalashnikovs Headed to U.S.
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ROME (Reuters) – Italian customs officers seized more than 8,000 Kalashnikov assault rifles and other weapons on a ship headed to the United States, officials said Tuesday. The arms, worth about $7.15 million, were discovered aboard a ship arriving from Romania that pulled into the southern Italian port of Gioia Tauro on its way to the United States, Italy’s customs said in a statement. According to the travel documents, the arms belong to a large U.S. company with headquarters in the state of Georgia.
“We know that the destination was North America, but we don’t effectively know if that’s where the arms were going,” a customs official told RAI state television.
The arms were found inside three containers during a routine customs check earlier this week. They were confiscated due to discrepancies in the customs forms, but the news was only made public Tuesday.
The customs office said the weapons had been described as “common guns” instead of assault rifles and longer-range combat arms in the travel documentation. ($1-.8390 Euro)
ROBERT HORVATH ZIARIST USA