Thursday, December 2, 2010

It's Not Just Mexico

American guns are being shipped to other countries as well

In August 2009, Oscar Morales-Morales, a man accused of trying to buy guns from undercover federal agents, told them that people were smuggling firearms from Denver to Guatemala using Transportes Zuleta, the affidavit says.

"Morales-Morales stated that he was going to hide the guns in a box of clothing and send the package with (Transportes Zuleta) to Guatemala," the affidavit says. "Morales-Morales continued by stating that lots of people are smuggling guns from Denver, Colorado area to Guatemala using TZ."
This is how they do it in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. They hide the guns inside other stuff and give it to the crooked shipping company, which pretends to not know what's going on.

I'm sure it has nothing to do with the easy gun laws in Colorado, right?

What's your opinion? Please leave a comment.


  1. First, those firearms are not illegal here so it sounds like the problem is in Guatemala.

    Second, these people are committing crimes now, why would making guns illegal for the law abiding possibly stop a criminal--they would just break the new law too.

    Third, it is Guatemala. Why should I be penalized in the least because Guatemala wants to pass a silly gun law?

    Fourth, did I mention this is in another country so who cares?

    Since Bibles are illegal in Communist China maybe we should ban them here to because 90% of the English Bibles imported into filthy commie countries come from the U.S. We should stop printing them here. It's for the children.

  2. Yes, illegal black market importing happens to meet the criminal demands in countries with strict gun ownership laws. Ever hear that phrase, “the criminals will still get their guns”? My question is, after you get all the gun reform you want here, which country will you switch your blog to be about? Somalia?

  3. It's a disgrace that flag-waving Americans don't find this embarrassing.