Raises the question whether Hussein and Holder are getting a cut of the action to "look the other way". That sounds like a Chi-Town move.
The Battle of Athens: Restoring the Rule of Law
Police hate Vigilantes worse than anything.
When Vigilantes are formed it shows the failure of the regular police forces to do their job. Police do not like to admit to failure.
In Mexico the Police have been proven to either be cooperative with drug gangs or powerless to stop them.
That’s why the people have formed Vigilnace Groups.
I am surprised they turned over prisoners to local police instead of hanging them.
Sheep turning into sheepdogs.
Good luck to them. They’re gonna need it. Those cartels don’t play games.
That's what happens when governments attempt to enforce laws that defy the God-given right of their citizens to defend themselves.
“What does anyone need an AR-15 for?”
These “vigilantly groups” made up of citizens concerned with the defense of their towns were, in better times, referred to as the militia
Imagine the power these “Vigilantes” would have if some 20 or 30 million of their countrymen hadn’t been allowed to simply run away across a porous border.
“AYUTLA, MexicoMasked men, rifles slung over their shoulders, stand guard on a lonely rural road, checking IDs and questioning travelers. They wear no uniforms, flash no badges, but they are the law here now.”
That sentence could have been written about No.California! People in my county report hearing ‘Spanish’ being spoken ‘out there’ in the middle of the night along rural Siskiyou county roads...Illegal alienARMED Mexican drug cartels patrolling and guarding their pot fields on our public lands!
Now, just tell one of my neighbors he doesn’t need an ‘assualt rifle’ and only needs 5 or 6 shells for his gun!
These are good guys, right? Protecting themselves and the locals from gangs, thieves and the cartels, right?
BUT in Mexico it is against the law to have guns, right?
So where do they get their guns? How is it they have rifles?
Mexico has strict gun control laws nationwide. It is not like Chicago where you can just go a few miles to get to a different jurisdiction with less stringent gun control laws.
How do they do it?
It’s a mystery to me...
I have seen a couple of videos of these mexican vigilantes. In one, they have a criminal captive tied to a chair, stripped of clothing except for his underwear and what seems to be a dog collar on his neck, and all over his body they had written all sorts of things. They questioned him in which he admitted to killings, other crimes, and such. After his confession, one vigilante came up from behind him, placed a stick inside the metal rings on the collar and began to twist. The dog collar tightened until the guys eyes began to bulge out of his eye sockets and his toungue was bulging out of his mouth. Then the video jump cutted to a split second image of the guys now headless body still strapped to the chair. Brutal.
I would be a little leery of any WSJ article regarding Mexico....they are very pro-Illegal/anti-American and may be slanting articles like this to push again Illegal Alien Amnesty