Skip to comments.Secret tunnel across Canadian border found
Posted on 07/20/2005 6:17:56 PM PDT by Radigan
LYNDEN, Wash. Two federal sources have confirmed that a massive secret tunnel connecting the U.S. with Canada has been discovered in the Whatcom County town of Lynden, Wash.
It is believed that it is used to transport drugs, but it could also be related to Homeland Security issues.
Some arrests have been made.
A press conference is scheduled for Thursday morning.
This was on the 5:00 news. Lynden is just east of Blaine WA, the major border crossing between Washington and British Columbia. The reporter mentioned that her information was coming from U.S. Attorney's office. The mention of drug smuggling is not surprising, the reference to Homeland Security is interesting though.
BC has a huge marijuana industry.
Looks like we need the Minutemen on the Canadian border as well.
you know something is wrong when, after reading a story like this, you find yourself thinking "good Lord, I hope it's drugs'.
Time to focus on our Northern, Socialist, neighbors.
Hmmm. Guess topic CA is California, not Canada. My wrong.
It could be related to Canadians seeking US health care and fleeing official gay marriage.
I wonder how long that tunnel has been there..100 years or more?
Maybe just since Prohibition?
Isn't that the tunnel Joe Kennedy, Sr. used to move all that bootleg whiskey into the U.S during the Prohibition?
What idiot would dig a tunnel under a 3,000 mile ungarded border?
The tunnel was described as highly sophisticated.
Ditto. Sad ain't it?
"Looks like we need the Minutemen on the Canadian border as well."
Hit em when they're up (Canada border)
Hit em where they're down (Mexico border)
Let's fill it with water and look for leaks..
"Duuuuude... come help me build the world's largest underground bong, man ... "
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