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And this within minutes of our nearly unprotected Border.The drug cartels are in charge of northern Mexico and conduct operations in California, Arizona, Texas and other states as well and they are a serious threat and will grow even more dangerous as Obama is about to reduce funding for Border enforcement at a time when it should be increased, proving he's an idiot with an agenda that is not good for America.More than 2,600 people were killed last year alone in Ciudad Juarez,
I don't give a damn how much you love to kiss Obama butt or worship at his feet, you had better wake the hell up soon because these could be your children next.
Weakening the border will allow even more illegal OTMs in the country and no telling where they will be from or what the want to do when they arrive.
Federal authorities point to the Mexican drug cartels who are ultimately responsible for border violence by having cemented ties to street and prison gangs like Barrio Azteca on the U.S. side. Azteca and other U.S. gangs retail drugs that they get from Mexican cartels and Mexican gangs.
Mexican gangs run their own distribution networks in the United States, and they produce most of the methamphetamine used north of the border. They have even bypassed the Colombians several times to buy cocaine directly from producers in Bolivia, Peru and even Afghanistan. These same gangs often work as cartel surrogates or enforcers on the U.S. side of the border. Intelligence suggests Los Zetas have hired members of various gangs at different times including, El Paso gang Barrio Azteca, Mexican Mafia, Texas Syndicate, MS-13, and Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos to further their criminal endeavors.
The Department of Justice estimates there are approximately 30,000 gangs with more than 800,000 members in the U.S. Dangerous Mexican Cartel Gangs
Way to go Obama make it easier for the gangs and drug cartels to get here so you can garner a few more illegal vote via ACORN.
Mexican Mayor Says Victims of Teen Party Massacre Had No Drug Ties
Tuesday, February 02, 2010
PrintShareThisCIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico — The mayor of a violent Mexican border city said Monday he fears a shooting that killed 16 people in a working class neighborhood may have been random because many of the victims were "good kids" with no apparent ties to drug gangs.
The dead included at least eight teenagers, the youngest a 13-year-old girl.
Mayor Jose Reyes Ferriz said police were pursuing all lines of investigation. But he said none of the victims of the attack Saturday night had criminal records, and the teenagers were "good kids, students, athletes."
He said he feared violence was reaching levels of brutality shocking even for Ciudad Juarez, which faces El Paso, Texas, and has become one of the world's deadliest cities amid rampant battles between drug gangs fighting for turf and smuggling routes north.
"There is no logical explanation, a concrete reason for this event. This is something that worries us, gratuitous or random criminal acts," Reyes told MVS Radio. "It goes way beyond what had been happening and puts Ciudad Juarez in even greater danger."
Witnesses and relatives said armed men in two trucks blocked off a dead end street in Villas de Salvarcar, a neighborhood of modest cinderblock homes partly surrounded by a fence topped by barbed wire. The gunmen opened fire at three houses, ending their rampage at one home where young people had been gathered for a party.
Ten people were found dead at the scene and six died at hospitals.
One father rushed into the third home after seeing the gunmen and warned the teenagers to flee, according to Mari Cruz, who lost a son and nephew in the attack, and who heard the details from a girl who survived by hiding in a closet. The father was shot at the entrance and the gunmen forced the young people into a corner of the house before shooting them.