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Mexicans slip drug through new border fence!

Wolfmoon

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Smugglers Handoff Drugs Through New Border Fence

http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/dpp/news/crime/smugglers-handoff-drugs-through-new-border-fence-apx-09272011

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

“NOGALES, Ariz. (AP) - The new border fence has apparently forced drug smugglers to change the way they move their cargo from Mexico to the U.S.”

Authorities have confiscated marijuana bundles packaged in tube form and weighing 48 pounds each. The officers thought the long tubes might be “Tunnel bundles” but since the bundles were not dirty they that ruled out.

Come to find out the bundles had been packaged as tubes to slip through the 4-inch openings in the new border fence. The border fence cost taxpayers $11.6 million dollars and goes 2.8 miles at the Southern border which was finished this summer. The construction of the fence began in March 2011.

It appears our government can't seem to outsmart a bunch of 3rd world, uneducated, degenerate people. Why should we trust the government to do anything else right??? :evil:
 
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Wolf, you aren't going to outsmart them as the border fence isn't the only way drugs are brought in...here we find clandestine air landing strips all the time, the planes fly below radar and land in these clandestine strips....hell they even find submarines carrying them down here.
 

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Guess we should go ahead and put armed guards to SHOOT them when they are stuffing packages thru.

Lets get it done....
 
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I'm sure The Infidel meant to shoot all the illegal aliens with high powered tranquiller guns. That's humane it works on chimps. :lol: The United States of America is a sovereign nation and is not considered international territory.
 
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Kinda like the foxes guardin' the henhouse...
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DOJ: ‘Mexican-Based Trafficking Organizations Control Access to the U.S.–Mexico Border’
September 28, 2011 - Mexican drug-trafficking organizations “control access to the U.S.-Mexico border” and the “smuggling routes across” it, “resulting in unprecedented levels of violence in Mexico” and allowing those drug trafficking organizations and their associates to “dominate the supply and wholesale distribution of most illicit drugs in the United States,” according to the Justice Department's newly published 2011 National Drug Threat Assessment.
“Mexican-based trafficking organizations control access to the U.S.–Mexico border, the primary gateway for moving the bulk of illicit drugs into the United States,” says the assessment published by DOJ’s National Drug Intelligence Center. “The organizations control, simultaneously use, or are competing for control of various smuggling corridors that they use to regulate drug flow across the border,” says the assessment. “The value they attach to controlling border access is demonstrated by the ferocity with which several rival TCOs [transnational criminal organizations] fighting over control of key corridors, or ‘plazas.’”

The assessment predicts that Mexican drug traffickers will maintain dominance of the U.S. illicit drug market for years to come in part because of their “control of the smuggling routes across” the border. “Major Mexican based TCOs and their associates are solidifying their dominance of the U.S. wholesale drug trade and will maintain their reign for the foreseeable future,” say the assessment. “The Mexican-based organizations’ preeminence derives from a competitive advantage based on several factors, including access to and control of smuggling routes across the U.S. Southwest Border and the capacity to produce (or obtain), transport, and distribute nearly every major illicit drug of abuse in the United States. “These advantages are unlikely to change significantly in the short term, ensuring the dominance of Mexican-based TCOs for at least the next several years,” says the report.

The Mexican drug trafficking organizations do not operate only at or near the U.S. border, according to the assessment. Their operations have penetrated every corner of the country “Mexican-based TCOs were operating in more than a thousand U.S. cities during 2009 and 2010,” says the assessment. A table published in the assessment, for example, says that New England is one of the “primary regions” for “concentrated activity” by both the Sinaloa Cartel, which traffics in cocaine, heroin, marijuana, MDMA, and methamphetamines, and the Gulf Cartel, which specializes in cocaine and marijuana. The Great Lakes area is one of the “primary regions” for “concentrated activity” not only for Los Zetas, which deals in cocaine and marijuana, but also the Tijuana Cartel, which deals in cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine, and the Juarez Cartel, which deals in cocaine and marijuana.

“These organizations control much of the production, transportation, and wholesale distribution of illicit drugs destined for and in the United States,” says the assessment. “Currently, seven Mexican based TCOs (Sinaloa Cartel, Los Zetas, Gulf Cartel, Juárez Cartel, BLO, LFM, and Tijuana Cartel) are in a dynamic struggle for control of the lucrative smuggling corridors leading into the United States, resulting in unprecedented levels of violence in Mexico.” The assessment predicts that cooperation between Mexican drug cartels and U.S. street gangs in both smuggling and distributing drugs will increase in the future. “Collaboration between U.S. gangs and Mexican-based TCOs will continue to increase, facilitating wholesale drug trafficking into and within the United States,” says the assessment.

“Most collaboration occurs in cities along the U.S.– Mexico border, although some occurs in other regions of the country,” the assessment says. “Some U.S.-based gangs in the Southwest Border region also operate in Mexico, facilitating the smuggling of illicit drugs across the border. At least 15 U.S. gangs reportedly collaborated with Mexican TCOs during 2010, conspiring to traffic wholesale quantities of cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and heroin in the United States.” In April, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said the U.S.-Mexico border is not “overrun or out of control” -- adding that those who make such claims are just trying to score political points.

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no it isn't humane and it is also illegal. I notice that you also mistitled the article...the Mexicans aren't slipping through the fence..cartel is slipping drugs through the fence.
 

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Guess we should go ahead and put armed guards to SHOOT them when they are stuffing packages thru.

Lets get it done....

Just make sure the ‘armed guards’ have good attorneys for their murder trials.

no it isn't humane and it is also illegal. I notice that you also mistitled the article...the Mexicans aren't slipping through the fence..cartel is slipping drugs through the fence.

In any event, the OP as demonstrated fences don’t work.
 

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yes unfortuanately for her since she is pro fence...she just demonstrated why a fence does not work and is a waste of money.
 

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Infidel, exactly what law allows you to shoot someone in international territory?

no it isn't humane and it is also illegal. I notice that you also mistitled the article...the Mexicans aren't slipping through the fence..cartel is slipping drugs through the fence.

I truly was being sarcastic.... I dont want to shoot illegals.

I was joking about popping the cartel members in the cranium, but really I was just kidding.

Tank (Today), Wolfmoon (09-27-2011)
( How embarrassing )

 
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Where the fence is done correctly.... border crossing fall.

The fence was designed to keep PEOPLE out, and it works!
 

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A fence with appropriately placed snipers would work better.
 

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Infidel, exactly what law allows you to shoot someone in international territory?

no it isn't humane and it is also illegal. I notice that you also mistitled the article...the Mexicans aren't slipping through the fence..cartel is slipping drugs through the fence.

I truly was being sarcastic.... I dont want to shoot illegals.

I was joking about popping the cartel members in the cranium, but really I was just kidding.

Tank (Today), Wolfmoon (09-27-2011)
( How embarrassing )


thanks for the clarification.
 

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