Obama protected Hezbollah and Human Trafficking Leaders in order to make Iran HAPPY. In a BREAKING NEWS report by Josh Meyer, Obama and his White House administration are accused of protecting Hezbollah drug and human trafficking in order secure nuclear deal with Iran.
Obama Officials created a series of roadblocks when it came to ‘Project Cassandra.’ This is according to dozens of interviews with participants who in many cases spoke for the first time about its secrecy.
When Project Cassandra sought out approval for some of its investigations and arrests, officials at the Justice and Treasury departments deliberately delayed or rejected requests.
The Justice Department has declined requests by Project Cassandra and other authorities to file any criminal charges against major plays such as Hezbollah’s high-profile envoy to Iran. The state Department rejected requests to lure targets to countries where they could be arrested.
“This was a policy decision, it was a systematic decision,” said David Asher, a seasoned finance expert who helped establish Project Cassandra as a Defense Department illicit finance analyst.
“They serially ripped apart this entire effort that was very well supported and resourced, and it was done from the top down.”
Obama’s administration is also believed to have put the kibosh on many drug dealers, such as Hezbollah operative nicknamed ‘Ghost’ and Abdallah Safieddine, the terrorist organization’s de facto envoy to Iran.
Both Hezbollah and Iran made large sums selling “drugs, weapons, and used cars, [along with] diamonds, commercial merchandise, and even human slaves,” say ex-Project Cassandra agents.
According to Meyer, the Project Cassandra’s findings were so damning that Obama’s administration believed they the threatened fragile nuclear negotiations with Iran.
The report said senior that Obama officials appeared to be alarmed by how far Project Cassandra’s investigations had reached into the leadership of Hezbollah and Iran, and they were quite wary of the possible repercussions.
The task force members claim, Project Cassandra, was viewed as a massive threat to the administration’s efforts to secure a nuclear deal and the prisoner swap that was about to be negotiated.
“During the negotiations, early on, they [the Iranians] said listen, we need you to lay off Hezbollah, to tamp down the pressure on them, and the Obama administration acquiesced to that request,” a former CIA agent stated.
With the operation heavily neutered due to the Iran deal, Asher had no choice but to bring of his findings public before a congressional hearing in May 2015.
Shortly after the Iran deal was finally signed, U.S. and EU law enforcement officers arrested a network of Hezbollah in France.
In announcing the arrests, the DEA and the Justice Department disclosed for the first time the existence of Project Cassandra.
These dealers were low profile compared to the head honchos that Obama administration refused to charge.
Since the Obama administration has left office the task force cases have appeared to break and several members said it wasn’t a coincidence.
Kassim Tajideen, An alleged elite Hezbollah financier, was arrested in Morocco and flown to Washington to stand trial. Asher said task force agents have kept this case quiet, hoping for a good outcome with this new administration.
However, many DEA agents are still upset about the Obama administration protecting this Islamic terror organization in order to obtain a nuclear agreement with Iran.
“They will believe until death that we were shut down because of the Iran deal,” Senior DEA official Derek Maltz told POLITICO.
“My gut feeling? My instinct as a guy doing this for 28 years is that it certainly contributed to why we got pushed aside and picked apart. There is no doubt in my mind.”