Thanks for posting. Very interesting.
“That the grenade used in the third attack reportedly came from Mexico indicates that in addition to the well-known path of weapons flowing from the United States into Mexico, arms also are flowing from Mexico into the United States.”
Makes me miss General Pershing.
>That the grenade used in the third attack reportedly came from Mexico indicates that in addition
>to the well-known path of weapons flowing from the United States into Mexico, arms also are
>flowing from Mexico into the United States.
Well, we have to have SOME suppliers to keep our 2nd Amendment right, right?
-—naahhh—everybody knows you can buy grenades at the local hardware store, along with “high-caliber assault weapons capable of shooting 900 rounds per minute of armor-piercing ammunition”—(sarc)
"Mexicos military is known to use South Korean grenades. High levels of corruption in Mexico make it very likely that members of the Mexican military sold the grenades to Los Zetas."
In what officials caution is now a dangerous and even deadly crime wave, Phoenix, Arizona has become the kidnapping capital of America, with more incidents than any other city in the world outside of Mexico City ...
just doing the kidnapping Americans are unwilling to do.
Arms Trade in Mexico Ping!