Friday, June 24, 2011

Mexican Military Trucks Cross US Border - Second Time This Year

From in Laredo, TX, via Tom Tancredo.
A convoy of three military trucks loaded with Mexican soldiers crosses the border at Bridge Number Two clearly violating international law.

It happens as Customs and Border Protection inspectors try to figure out what to do.

A CBP spokesperson says they got on the phone with Mexican authorities after being alerted that the military trucks were heading their direction loaded down with soldiers and weapons.

Mexican leaders say the soldiers, who had just been deployed to Nuevo Laredo, didn't know the area, got lost and then made their way through Bridge Two.

It's important to note that CBP did not tell us about the potentially serious situation. It came from another law enforcement agency.

Some callers to our newsroom were upset inspectors allowed the Mexican military to get so close to all those inspection booths over at Bridge Number Two.

Some noted had it been Mexican drug lords they could have taken inspectors by surprise and easily crossed the international border deeper into the United States.

A similar event happened in February of this year, down the river at the Anzalduas International Bridge near Mission, TX.

Will Texas Governor Rick Perry, is he's seriously considering a presidential run, get serious about this and either let Washington & the State Deparment know, or, better yet, put the Texas National Guard on the border?

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