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USMS, DOJ, DEA, INS, FBI: U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), Department of Justice (DOJ), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Immigration & Naturalization Services (INS), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), residential and commercial real estate, business establishments, and a wide variety of personal property such as vehicles, boats, aircraft, jewelry, art, antiques, collectibles, and other personal property.
US TREAS, ATF, IRS, US Customs: US Treasury (USTREAS), Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms (ATF), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), US Customs (USCUST) cars, boats, airplanes, real estate, electronics, industrial goods, carpets, household goods, jewelry, and wearing apparel.
DOD-DRMS: Department of Defense (DOD-DRMS) vehicles, aircrafts, engine parts/accessories, tents, typewriters, computers and components, hardware and accessories, office equipment and furniture, clothing, household paints/thinners, recyclables such as copper, aluminum, iron, paper, and more.
FDIC: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Real estate, shopping malls, hotels, apartment complexes, condominiums, single-family homes, undeveloped land, and personal property, computers, phone systems, specialty items, furniture, antiques, fixtures, live plants, china, and crystal.
GSA, FSS: General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Supply Service (FSS) trucks, cars, boats, communications equipment, medical and laboratory equipment, recreational and athletic equipment, office machines, copiers, projectors and cameras, office and household furniture, food preparation and serving equipment, hardware, jewelry and collectibles, tools, and many other items.
USPS: U.S. Postal Service (USPS) clocks, televisions, radios, tape recorders, jewelry, VCRs, and clothing, vehicles, computers, workroom and office furniture, and electronic and hardware items for mail handling equipment.
SBA: Small Business Administration (SBA) Real estate i.e. commercial property, vacant land, single family homes, personal property, furniture, equipment, machinery, fixtures, and inventory used in business operations.
HUD/FHA: Dept. of Housing & Urban Development/Federal Housing Authority (HUD/FHA) realestate i.e. single-family homes (1-4 units), including condominiums, town homes, and other types of single-family dwellings, including multifamily apartment projects, hospitals, nursing homes, mobile home parks, and more.
VA: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Real estate i.e. detached houses, condominiums, and Town homes.
Police: State, County, City, University, College, (and Other law enforcement agencies) realestate, cars, trucks, boats, jet skis, motorcycles, mopeds, bicycles, electronics, furniture, jewelry, collectibles, and the list goes on…
The illegal drug market in the United States is one of the most profitable in the world. As such, it attracts the most ruthless, sophisticated, and aggressive drug traffickers. Drug law enforcement agencies face an enormous challenge in protecting the country’s borders. Each year, according to the U.S. Customs Service (USCS), 60 million people enter the United States on more than 675,000 commercial and private flights. Another 6 million come by sea and 370 million by land. In addition, 116 million vehicles cross the land borders with Canada and Mexico. More than 90,000 Merchants and Passenger ships dock at U.S. ports. These ships carry more than 9 million shipping containers and 400 million tons of cargo. Another 157,000 smaller vessels visit our many coastal towns. Amid this voluminous trade, drug traffickers conceal cocaine, heroin, marijuana, MDMA, and methamphetamine shipments for distribution in U.S. neighborhoods.
Diverse groups traffic and distribute illegal drugs. Criminal groups operating from South America smuggle cocaine and heroin into the United States via a variety of routes, including land routes through Mexico, maritime routes along Mexico’s east and west coasts, sea routes through the Caribbean, and international air corridors. Furthermore, criminal groups operating from neighboring Mexico smuggle cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, amphetamine, and marijuana into the United States. These criminal groups have smuggled heroin and marijuana across the Southwest Border and distributed them throughout the United States since the 1970s. Reporting suggests that, in addition to distributing cocaine and methamphetamine in the West and Midwest, these Mexico-based groups now are attempting to expand the distribution of those drugs into eastern U.S. markets.
The use of the drug 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), also known on the street as Ecstasy, has increased at an alarming rate in the United States over the last several years. Israeli and Russian drug trafficking syndicates and Western Europe-based drug traffickers are the principal traffickers of MDMA worldwide. MDMA, primarily manufactured clandestinely in Western Europe, is smuggled into the United States by couriers via commercial airlines, as well as through the use of express package carriers. Finally, criminal groups based in Southeast and Southwest Asia smuggle heroin into the United States. Using New York City as a major distribution hub, these criminal groups move heroin up and down the eastern seaboard and into the Midwest.
Besides these criminal groups based abroad, domestic organizations cultivate, produce, manufacture, or distribute illegal drugs such as marijuana, methamphetamine, phencyclidine (PCP), and lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD). By growing high-potency sinsemilla, domestic cannabis growers provide marijuana that easily competes with other illegal drugs. With demand for methamphetamine remaining high, especially in the West and Midwest, so, too, does the number of illicit laboratories that supply methamphetamine to a growing number of addicts. Additionally, a small number of chemists manufacture LSD that is subsequently distributed primarily to high school and college students throughout the United States.
In 2000, the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Information Clearinghouse, reported that Americans spent an estimated $65 BILLION to $108 BILLION per year between 1989 & 1998 on illegal drug usage. New data has predicted the usage to be continued in the years coming. The statistics for seizures from World Customs Organization and Interpol confirm this trend, with a minimum total of 3,837 tons seized in 1998 to 4,256 tons seized in 1999 (+ 11 % World wide).
The Interpol figures combine the results of all narcotic drug enforcement services (police, gendarmerie, customs and others). They show a definite increase in the quantities of drugs seized. The analysis by type of drug calls for the following comments: The statistics for customs seizures confirm this trend, with a total of 1,424 tons seized in 1999 as against 1,168 tons in 1998 (+ 21 %). Customs seizures alone represent financial losses for criminal organizations of the order of $60 BILLION.
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As you can now see, with all of this increased criminal activity surrounding us each and every day and mandated Government laws, the need for these POLICE and Government auctions has become mandatory to unload the $BILLIONS of dollars in seized/confiscated property that is obtained annually occurring in all parts of the country here in the United States alone. This is your absolute opportunity to cash in on these incredible life-changing deals that are “Happening in your Neck of the Woods”!
On a daily basis, the Law enforcement agencies conduct raids, sting operations, and numerous other criminal surveillance activities to shut down these unlawful operations. And in doing so, agencies all across America are faced with the ever-increasing property seizure overloads and the imperative needs to re-disperse this property to normal everyday law abiding people like you. The proceeds allow for further funding of the drug wars.
So Remember, that from all the property seized by all the DEA agents, all the POLICE officers, and all other Government agencies, to repossessions by the VA, HUD, or other institutions, there are hundreds & thousands of items of every type available at unbelievable penny prices. These events offer an unsurpassed opportunity to purchase pristine property at major bargain prices that you can then resell for a huge profit! The money that can be made astounds the imagination. So, whether you're either buying to start up a business or just for yourself, you can rake in amazing profits, the key to success is to identify and locate these specific auctions. If you have ever wanted to own a Home, land, boats, or whatever your dream may be, here's your chance! You'll never find your dream purchase at a lower price.
We wish you every SUCCESS in your Incredible Rock-Bottom Bargain-Hunting adventures. And remember, that you will find whatever it is you are looking for and have a fun-filled and EXCITING time doing it!
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