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Media Reports That Federal Prosecutor Murdered His Wife and ‘Committed Suicide’, Here’s What They Didn’t Report… [Flashback]

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Media Reports That Federal Prosecutor Murdered His Wife and ‘Committed Suicide’, Here’s What They Didn’t Report… [Flashback]

OPINION| LAWRENCE DAVID| Like everything else we see reported by the mainstream Pravda media, reports of the murder-suicide of Assistant U.S. Attorney Timothy Delgado and his wife may be another example of a disinformation campaign so as not to add more evidence against open border Democrats.

(Yahoo) Timothy Delgado, a federal prosecutor in California, killed himself and his wife Tamara Delgado in an apparent murder-suicide, according to authorities.

On Sunday, authorities with the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said they were conducting a homicide investigation in the Delgado’s home of Granite Bay, which is located near Sacramento. The next day, the sheriff’s office said in a statement that the homicide was being investigated as a murder-suicide, and identified Timothy, 43, and Tamara, 45, as the deceased victims.

“We believe that Mr. Delgado fatally shot his wife before turning the gun on himself,” the statement read, adding, “Mr. Delgado was a prosecutor with the US Attorney’s Office.”

According to The Associated Press, Timothy was an assistant U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of California.

After a little digging, look what else is out there…

U.S. Attorney Timothy H. Delgado prosecuted a case that resulted in Miguel Alvarez Cervantes’ sentencing to nine years in prison.

According to the DOJ’s Eastern District of California, Cervantes is a Mexican national.  When he was arrested, authorities seized over 34 pounds of methamphetamine, three pounds of heroin, multiple firearms, and a major stash of cash.

Cervantes was no low level drug dealer.

Now, 29 days after Cervantes was sentenced, the man who prosecuted him is dead.

When major amounts of drugs are seized it’s probably fair to ask whether Cervantes was an agent for a Mexican drug cartel?  Combined, the drugs have an estimated street value in excess of a quarter of million dollars. That’s a lot of green.

Coupled with federal prosecutor Delgado’s role in bringing Cervantes to justice, it’s only reasonable to investigate whether Delgado’s demise is one of many similar “warnings” the cartels send to Mexican authorities who dare to infringe on their business.

Now consider how the mainstream Pravda media has worked overtime protecting Democrats from the fallout of their anarchistic policies.

Remember when the New York Times reported from the trial of Mexican drug kingpin, El Chapo:

The former president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, took a $100 million bribe from Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the infamous crime lord known as El Chapo, according to a witness at Mr. Guzman’s trial.

At the time we raised the question, given certain U.S. politicians’ intransigence on improving border security, whether El Chapo and/or other cartel leaders have bought their fealty, as well.

Two weeks ago, someone identifying themselves as “Well Informed Whistleblower” actually charged Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary, Janet Napolitano, with being the link between the “corrupt PRI Party of Mexico and the Democrat Party.”

All we can do is leave crumbs that demand investigation… we don’t count on the Pravda-aligned media to report anything that might harm the electoral chances of their corrupt partners.

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