Mexican Military, Drug Cartels Routinely Fire on Border Patrol

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Your government and the mainstream media are lying to you.

They haven’t told you about the gunfire from drug cartels, from foreigners from enemy states, and from Mexican military just south of our border and from across the border into the United States, gunfire aimed at our law enforcement.

This is a rundown of what’s happening on the border:

Mexican drug groups are fighting each other.
Mexican military are in armed engagements with drug groups.
Drug groups are firing on BP agents, Texas DPS troopers or National Guard from across the river.
Mexican military are firing on BP agents, Texas DPS troopers or National Guard from across the river.

The drug cartels have taken over the border – that has been verified by the FBI. The government has told Border Patrol to not keep records of the many Middle Eastern illegal aliens coming across the border.

There have also been a number of incidents where BP agents have discovered hidden caches of weapons on the U.S. side of the river, including grenades and RPG launchers. RPG LAUNCHERS!

The Mexican border in the RGV (Rio Grande Valley) and Tucson sectors is like a low grade dump fire.

The following information came from an audio review of  tapes recorded by Secure Border Intel. These are just a few of the incidents taped on some of the many recorders and it will give you an idea of what is going on.

08/13/14
 at 1600 hours, a group of 10 Chinese illegal aliens were taken into custody. At 
2100, shots were fired at a Department of Public Safety (DPS) trooper. Chinese illegal aliens, disposition unknown
. At 1800  – Mexican Military engages drug smugglers on Mexican side of the border.

08/15/14 at2100 – An agent heard shotgun firing.

08/20/14at 0200 – A group on the south side appear with ladders. At 
1000 – Rollover from Border Patrol chase – 16 illegal aliens – mass casualties. At 
1300, Chinese illegal aliens, disposition unknown
. At 1800, Mexican Military engages drug smugglers on Mexican side.

08/21/14
 at 1700 – DPS vehicle stop, a large amount of US currency found in hidden compartments. At 
2200 – BOLO – armed subject.

08/23/14
, at 1000 – BOLO – armed and dangerous individual in vehicle. At 
1400, illegal aliens on Mexico side suspected of dragging water hazard into the river. At 
1900, shots were fired near Rincon.

08/26/14 at 
0700 – Agent hears gunfire south of the border near Reyonoso – 100 rounds

8/28/14
 at 1800 – Mexican Military firing shots into US side

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8/30/14
 at 0500 – Unknown blacked out Helo headed back to Mexico
. At 1800 – National Guard reports shots fired.

9/1/14
 at 1000 – Convoy of Mexican Military on Mexican side.

9/2/14
 at 1200 – Mexican Military (MM) op on south side
. At 1800 – Agent fires at suspect who tried to run him over.

The media isn’t telling you about the drug war on our border which frequently crosses into the United States. He isn’t telling you about who the “best and brightest” are who are illegally crossing.

drug war on the border

Gateway Pundit reported that ranchers along the Texas border with Mexico are in fear for their lives and the lives of their families.

Rancher Rusty Monsees says the cartels are using death threats, assault, and attempted murder to drive ranchers and their families off their land.

Rusty says there are trails all over the place down by the border. Cartels are taking over the open US Border.

“We get kids. We get adults. The cartel is bringing across, importing people from as far away as the Mediterranean. I’ve talked to agents and they picked up some characters from Somalia, Iran, Iraq, Syria… anything that you can think of these agents are having to deal with.”

He says politicians are lying to the American public about the situation – the border is wide open.

Illegals are coming in from the Middle East, even from terror nations, but the government has told the Patrol to not keep records of the Middle East illegals.

Video via The Oathkeepers, a shocking conversation with the rancher on the border living with this hell every day.

This refers to Texas ranchers but there’s no difference in Arizona. Ranchers walk around armed day-and-night.

 

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