Friday, March 12, 2010

Mexican Military Helicopter Hovers Above Texas Homes: Homeland Security Infiltrated by Drug Cartels

A Mexican helicopter, believed to be Mexican military, hovered above the homes of Texas residents. With drug murders and mayhem just across the border of the Rio Grande, Border agencies, including Customs and Border Protection,  are allegedly being infiltrated by drug cartels, and Homeland Security's corruption cases are on the rise. I don't know about you, but just one case of Homeland Security corruption or infiltration, of any kind, is unthinkable.

Zapata County, Texas

Zapata County Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez said there have been other "incursions" into the U.S. by Mexican Military. The Sheriff indicated the Mexican Military could not have made a mistake...the Rio Grande River is a clear border.

Gonzalez says he cannot confirm reports, presumably from Mexico, that the helicopter "was scoping out the home of a drug criminal, in a "neighborhood populated by many U.S. Customs officers who work at border crossing...."

There is a Zapata County, Texas and a Zapata County, Mexico in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. What good is Homeland Security if they cannot ferret-out infiltrators, before they infiltrate?

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