Skip to comments.Marijuana smugglers stopped in Ariz. sewer
Posted on 02/27/2010 10:00:11 AM PST by SandRat
Federal authorities say a person wearing scuba gear apparently tried to sneak two bundles of marijuana across the Mexican border through a sewer system.
Border Patrol agents operating infrared cameras noticed several individuals illegally crossing into Arizona using a sewer outlet near Douglas on Friday. The Douglas Station's bike patrol went to the sewer system and saw one person carrying two bundles that were suspected to be marijuana.
That person was wearing a wet suit and scuba gear and was wading through waist-high water with the bundles. The person saw the agents, dropped the bundles and began wading back toward Mexico and the other people spotted by the Border Patrol also fled and were not found.
Officials say the marijuana weighed 55 pounds and had an estimated street value of $44,000.
Delivery to Ayers?
And where’s Juan McCain’t? He’s busy trying to get Flintstone vitamins regulated by the obama government.”
For a really good laugh, you should see McCain’s campaign website on this issue...You’d think he was Tom Tancredo today!!
Of course he says hes not for amnesty.
Remember this is the guy who said, [Ill build the g.Damned fence if thats what you want!]
Good old John...trying to fool the public yet again.
John McCain is committed to securing our borders.
John McCain does not support amnesty
Poll: Voters Unaware of Candidates Immigration Positions; McCain Supporters Farthest Off the Mark
# Only 34 percent of McCain voters, 42 percent of Clinton voters, and 52 percent of Obama voters correctly identified their candidate as favoring eventual citizenship for illegal immigrants who meet certain requirements.
# Of McCain voters, 35 percent mistakenly thought he favored enforcement that would cause illegals to return home, another 10 percent thought he wanted mass deportations, and 21 percent didnt know his position.
# Voters often held different positions from the candidate they supported. Only 31 percent of McCain voters had the same immigration position as he does
Keep lyin to them, John!! Its the only way you can win.
But for some reality, here is J.D. Hayworth’s statement:
A national leader in the fight to secure our borders, J.D. Hayworth has actually written the book on the subject, Whatever It Takes. When John McCain proposed his Amnesty Planthe Heritage Foundation said it would cost taxpayers $2.6 TrillionJ.D. Hayworth stood up and fought against it. Taking on a U.S. Senator with nearly 30 years of seniority took courage, but J.D. understood that our economy could not survive the long-term effects of the McCain-Kennedy plan, and that encouraging millions of people to break our laws was a recipe for disaster.
J.D. has led the fight for real border security, interior enforcement, and requiring that law enforcement enforce our laws and protect our citizens. It is no surprise that he has been endorsed by great leaders like Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and State Senator Russell Pearce.
My brother dropped his coat in the out house one day and he had a pole to fish it out,I asked him you don’t want that dirty thing do ya,he said hell no my lunch is in the pocket.
It’s something a stoner would do.
Mexican shwag. Not even valued at $1,000 per pound on the street. Why do people even bother with crud like this?
Take a walk down Seattle’s Pike St and be accosted by touts with the finest BC.
I would love to :D
Up shit creek without a paddle. Literally!
Yes but, it’s not even $1,000 per pound. It was 55 lbs valued at $44,000 if I recall those details correctly, so it quite a bit less.
This had to be some real mexican dirt weed.
As a connoisseur, I am deeply offended by such amateurish activity.
Common sewer? I thought that’s where they found the stuff.
As he was running away: “Shit’s gett’n deep here dude”
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