Skip to comments.New Border Incursion In Hudspeth County
Posted on 02/02/2006 4:15:09 AM PST by AZRepublican
For the second time in two weeks, American law enforcement officers say men carrying high powered automatic weapons and who appeared to be Mexican soldiers violated the international boundary and crossed into the United States in Hudspeth County, East of El Paso. In the past the Mexican Consulate in El Paso had stated that their Government policy is that no armed Mexican soldiers are allowed closer than three miles to the U.S. border.
The latest incident happened just before sunset on Tuesday night, as a KFOX crew was on the scene. As a Hudspeth County sheriff's deputy was describing what happened during a reported incursion last week - suddenly one 'soldier' emerged from the brush on the Mexican side of the border and darted back under cover. Moments later though, two other men who appeared to be soldiers marched across a clearing, in plan view. Shortly after that, the Deputy spotted soldiers who were well hidden and out of camera range crossing into the United States - attempting to flank the Deputy and the news crew.
According to the Deputy "They are doing the classic thing, flanking around each side of us and actually coming up into the U.S. and trying to figure out what we are doing, they are looking at us very heavily."
(Excerpt) Read more at kfoxtv.com ...
All ahead warp spin 10, Mr Cherkoff!
Uhhh, that is very negative thinking there dude. Seeing as this is occuring in our October, 2005 Texas Minutemen Border Watch Operational Area, and we are going right back into that very area in April, I am going to suggest to the Sheriff (H. county) that this guy not be hanging around the volunteers come project time!
Every time we have a "problem" like this, kill all but one. Let him go back and tell the others what happened. Meanwhile, back in the good ol' U.S.A. have the shooters of the criminals receive awards.
You did fine Tammy, keep um coming!
I'm glad the news people were there. I hope this is played all over the country. (doubt it) I think people who don't live in a border state, don't realize the seriousness of the problem.
Time to start droppping illegal invaders. This is war.
You're right. Makes me wonder what they'd do if it were Chinese soldiers.
Reporter Ben Swann replied, "So I guess it's time to go." The Deputy responded "Yeah, it would definitely be time to get out of here."
Hey Ben! Want a big story? Don't leave next time, bring more cameramen & roll film.
Silence is consent.
What's going on? They cannot cross into the US at El Paso without crossing the Rio Grande River.
Shouldn't that be blatant enough for an arrest?
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