In his 39-month tenure as U.S. Attorney, however, Garcia can claim no high-profile enforcement effort—not one.
To keep this network up and running, the Abwehr paid Garcia, whom they code-named "Arabel," the then-vast sum of £20,000.
Yet they are, as Garcia says, “persona non grata on our own tribal land.”
Wilson and Garcia say most tribal members have had altercations with Border Patrol agents.
In April, Garcia says he was asked to hand over his “apartment and bank accounts.”
He soon came in, and dismissed the señora Garcia with a commanding glance.
Garcia came up, and fired his blunderbuss full into his face.
"That was a narrow escape," Garcia said, as the brigands moved off.
She sprang off her mule, and talked some time in an undertone with El Dancaire and Garcia.
General Laguerre is coming from Nicaragua to assist Garcia with his foreign legion of 200 men.