Skip to comments.[South Texas]Border Partrol agent attacked
Posted on 08/10/2011 3:16:24 PM PDT by SwinneySwitch
An illegal alien from Guatemala was charged with attacking a Border Patrol agent when the agent found him walking through the bush.
LAREDO, TX .- Edgar Acevedo , a native of Barrio Villalobos in Guatemala, was placed under arrest after an investigation by members of the FBI because it involved an attack on a federal agent.
According to the report of the case , two agents were on surveillance on northwest of Laredo, in the area of Rancho La Mesa, near the Colombia Bridge Road in the area of Mines road.
The officers saw signs of at least 12 people in the bush and began to follow them. Later they located several illegal aliens, but ran and the officers decided to follow them . Agent Eduardo Zamora confronted three of the undocumented and one of them resisted arrest , giving him several blows to the officer, who finally managed to submit him, but needed the help of other colleagues.
Zamora received a punch in the face and other minor bumps , scrapes in the struggle.
“Zamora received a punch in the face and other minor bumps , scrapes in the struggle.”
A punch in the face and OTHER minor ...”
Huh? Wonder how many times this nitwit writer (or I guess I should say typist) has been punched in the face.
Looks like English as a third or fourth language.
And the beat goes on.
Sadly, it’s from Laredo, TX. Way past time to make English the official language.
Hey, Janet, how’s that secure border working out?
Here’s the orginal Spanish version;
Los dos Laredos ping!
I wasn’t sure if you had seen this yet. Thought it would be of interest.
Yeah I saw it and thought it was rather uneventful for a posting. But then I see this kind of thing all the time...LOL
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