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Old 06-16-2014, 03:32 PM
 
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If this does not indicate our borders are not secured, I don't know what will. The area they are talking about is between Tucson and Phoenix, just West of I-10 and near I-8

From KOVA News - Tucson - Eight Mexican Drug Cartel 'scouts' arrested in Pinal County

"According to the PCSO spokesman Tim Gaffney, the eight men worked as 'scouts' for cartel guides as they smuggled drug loads and humans through the most active drug and human smuggling corridors."
"The arrest of these drug cartel scouts on mountain tops is further proof that the border is not secure," Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said. "The federal government continues to put up signs warning Americans that it is not safe to travel due to criminal smuggling."

"President Obama should redirect the endless money he's spending on supporting illegals and unaccompanied children and finally secure the US/Mexican Border," Babeu said. "Most Americans would be shocked to learn that Mexican Drug Cartels control high points along their trafficking corridors to safeguard the billion dollar operations."

Eight Mexican Drug Cartel 'scouts' arrested in Pinal County | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona

 
Old 06-16-2014, 07:08 PM
 
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If this does not indicate our borders are not secured, I don't know what will. The area they are talking about is between Tucson and Phoenix, just West of I-10 and near I-8

From KOVA News - Tucson - Eight Mexican Drug Cartel 'scouts' arrested in Pinal County

"According to the PCSO spokesman Tim Gaffney, the eight men worked as 'scouts' for cartel guides as they smuggled drug loads and humans through the most active drug and human smuggling corridors."
"The arrest of these drug cartel scouts on mountain tops is further proof that the border is not secure," Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said. "The federal government continues to put up signs warning Americans that it is not safe to travel due to criminal smuggling."

"President Obama should redirect the endless money he's spending on supporting illegals and unaccompanied children and finally secure the US/Mexican Border," Babeu said. "Most Americans would be shocked to learn that Mexican Drug Cartels control high points along their trafficking corridors to safeguard the billion dollar operations."

Eight Mexican Drug Cartel 'scouts' arrested in Pinal County | KVOA.com | Tucson, Arizona
I'm surprised those "scouts" are still doing that because bullets can fly BOTH ways, many of us here in Arizona are armed with some "nasty" weapons and WILL use them if shot at. Too; I'm real surprised that LE isn't working harder to nail those drug people because they could be charged with a LOT of crimes.
 
Old 06-17-2014, 03:27 AM
Yac
 
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Not an illegal immigration issue.
Closed.
Yac.
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