Listen: Cape, Pablo Escobar And Afghanistan discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Here's what here's what I think about the DA guys just like small from a small cultural perspective, they're kind of the west cowboy culture and law enforcement. I get along with these dudes. I was with them in Afghanistan. I've been with them in Honduras, which at one point was like the murder capital of the world been with them in El Salvador been with them in Mexico been with them here in the state. Dates doing operations. These are the dudes in law enforcement that I get along with that remind me of my seal brethren more than any other news. Yeah. They're the last cowboy corporate imagine a real door kickers these guy. Yeah. They got end. They also do a lot of stuff that they don't get credit for right? So they often white label their bus. They let the local guys take the credit. It was really them. And that's to protect sources and informant. The delta did someone did with Pablo Escobar like they were like there. He's over there. You guys take the credit? We'll just disappear. Yeah. I mean, there's there's a lot of that stuff that happens in in the world. And and that's okay. I'm okay with it like disappear there. Yeah. There there's some there's some things that just need to happen outside of the public sphere. But the agency guys that the DA guys are fantastic that being said they are in this kind of like rolling the boulder. Uphill few. Fil battle. And they know it because these guys are dumb. Of course, they're superstitious Cape. It's just a job for them. Right. I they have a job to do. I mean, there's a lot of money in drug prevention as well. And or at least in"