War on Our Border: U.S. CBP Helicopter Shot at, Forced to Land by Mexican Cartel

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file phot, US CBP in McAllen

File photo of a CBP helicopter at McAllen Air Base

The following is news you will not hear in the mainstream media and the White House will most certainly have nothing to say. The White House is allowing a full-scale invasion of the United States by foreigners and drug traffic coming across is merely collateral damage.

A helicopter operating in U.S. air space was shot down while interdicting a narcotics load as they worked alongside agents from the U.S. Border Patrol in Texas. The drug business in the U.S. alone is estimated to be about $1 trillion dollars.

Five shots were fired, two hit the helicopter with one agent narrowly escaping death.

Our Border Patrol have been shot at many times before.

Breitbart Texas received the following information from the FBI about the violent episode.

On June 5, 2015, at approximately 5:00pm during an operational flight near the Rio Grande River in Laredo, Texas, a US Customs and Border Patrol (USCBP) helicopter was struck several times by ground fire. The rounds penetrated and damaged the aircraft, forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing. The pilot sustained no injuries and no individuals on the ground were affected. USCBP, FBI, Texas Rangers, Homeland Security Investigations and Laredo Police Department responded to the scene. The FBI has initiated an investigation and will continue processing the crime scene with the Texas Rangers. Since this is an ongoing matter, no further details will be provided at this time.

A source told Breitbart that an agent had his vest on the floor between him and the shots fired which ultimately saved his life.

The shooting took place in La Bota Ranch, a subdivision of Laredo, Texas. A CBP source told Breitbart Texas that the narcotics trafficking event was a well-coordinated operation with individuals participating on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. The shooting came from the Mexican side and all individuals on both sides of the border got away.

The weapons cartels are using are getting far more sophisticated.

A number of them like the Law 80 rocket seen below have been recovered and traced back to El Salvador, a narco-state which facilitates the transport of drugs to the United States. It has been reported that 75% of the weapons come from the United States but it is not known how many come from the ATF.

weapons traced to El Salvador a narco-state

Other weapons used.

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The next photo shows a seizure of Zacatecas weapons including the mine .30 cal ammunition, an M-26A1 hand grenade and a total of 1,590 high caliber rounds, and body armor.

seized hand grenade and rifle

Marines escort cartel members. Their stash of weapons are laid out in front of them.

cartel members and their weapons excorted by Marines

 

Other weapons seized include rifle-mounted M203 40mm grenade launchers, narco-grenades, machine guns, .50 high-power sniper rifles, high-calibered shotguns used by the Marines, cop killer pistols that pierce bulletproof vests and armored cars, AK-47s, AR-15s, M4 assault rifle with a mounted M-203 grenade launcher, road spikes, and so on. Read more at My San Antonio

We are at war. We are being invaded. The drug problem is this country is worsening as we import drug cartels to the United States.

SOURCE: BREITBART TEXAS

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