FBI And DEA Named In Threat After Car Bombing In Juarez
POSTED: Monday, July 19, 2010 - 9:30pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, July 21, 2010 - 5:03am
The scene, almost surreal. Juarez is the most deadly city in the world and yet, an improvised explosive device used to kill 4 people, including 2 cops is hard to believe.
Left behind at the scene was evidence of C4 explosives and a bomb that was detonated with a cell phone.
The explosion, is believed to have been orchestrated by "La Linea" the enforcement arm of the Juarez cartel.
Now threats of another bombing, coming from La Linea but this time, threatening our FBI and DEA for their part in the investigation of this bombing.
A warning left Monday on the side of a Juarez school was addressed to the FBI and DEA. The agencies are being warned because their involvement in the investigation.
Our calls to the ATF regional office and the El Paso FBI confirm that both agencies are working in Juarez right now on this case.
The FBI sent a team of investigators over the weekend. The ATF has about half a dozen investigators still working that bombing.
The threat remains, however directed to the FBI that if Mexican police and military do not stop supporting the Sinola cartel, a much larger car bomb will be detonated in 15 days.