The U.S. antidrugs agency, DEA, has no record of any meeting of DEA officials with Zhenli Ye Gon or any of his lawyers, and states that if he is innocent, as his lawyers claim, then he need not fear being interviewed by police.
DEA special agent Steven Robertson told EL U that "the DEA is very interested in all aspects of the seizure of some $205 million in cash at Ye Gon's house in Mexico."
As we all are.
More accurately, according to quote given by the guy in the Gringogooglesphere, he is the DEA's spokesperson (202-307-7077. Leave a message after the beep). See "Drug-Terror Connection Disputed," for example (WaPo, August 12, 2006).