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http://borderviolenceanalysis.typepad.com If you believe what I have said is not true, well I am not the only one saying it, so are we all just making this up. Wake up America.
For the past 2 years or more this administration has continued to stand on a mountain of lies and said there is really no spillage of violence from Mexico to the United States and that our borders, in particular our southern border is and has never been safer now than ever. Are you going to continue to believe this? Read the papers.
It is plain to see the violence is growing. Here in the Rio Grande Valley, we are just mere miles from ground zero, there are daily pursuits through our streets which endanger the innocent civilians and unfortunately we have had some fatalities due to the vehicles loaded with dope crashing and killing innocent civilians.
Still this administration continues to lie to the public and in my opinion continues to facilitate the cartels and allows them to have a free hand in moving their narcotics to points within our country.
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If the members of congress continue to sit on their hands and do nothing, you can expect to see this type of violence on our streets. You have you warning, SECURE THE BORDER NOW. Or it will be our heads on the fence, I am not ready for that. I am just sick and tired of a do for nothing administration. I have see enough violence in 28 years of law enforcement, and it is time something is done.
The violence is now spreading to the streets of Georgia, the scourge continues its march, pausing in Georgia to gain a toehold. Are we going to allow our country to resemble Somalia? Apparently so, as nothing is being done to secure our borders.Listen up friends and neighbors, Barack Hussein Obama does not give a crap about you, the sooner you understand that the better off you will be. Quit believing his lies of 4 years ago about hope and change, the only change is going to be when he rips up our constitution and institutes Marshal Law. Could he, yes he could. Would he? yes he would, at the first opportunity. Just remember what I said. I hope I am proven wrong this November, and we kick is ass out of the Washington and send him back to Kenya, where he is a legal citizen and where he belongs. Now, back to Georgia.
“A recent increase in drug-related kidnappings in Gwinnett County Georgia has put a spotlight on drug violence in Georgia, federal agents say. About nine drug-related kidnappings have occurred in Gwinnett this year. The latest involved a man bound and chained in a basement in Lilburn whom federal agents rescued earlier this month.
Drug-related kidnappings have increased in the past 90 days, he said. David Nahmias, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, said Gwinnett is a center of Mexican drug cartel activity in the area because of easy transportation on I-85 and a large Hispanic population where traffickers can try to blend in… Representatives of Mexican drug cartels in Atlanta are ‘clashing with each other,’ the DEA’s Benson said.
Mexican drug cartels are moving large amounts of cocaine, methamphetamine and marijuana into the country for distribution up the East Coast, said Rodney Benson, the special agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration in Atlanta.
Drug traffickers are also getting younger, Gwinnett County Assistant District Attorney Keith Miles said… Miles says the up-tick in kidnappings is not a ‘blip.’ ‘It’s just a matter of time before innocent people get caught in the crossfire,’ he said.” Link to Full Article
Analysis: This story shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, as Atlanta is a known trafficking hub for Mexican TCOs. What should come as a surprise is that THIS ARTICLE WAS WRITTEN IN JUY 2008! Yep, this headline and complete story would fit right in with news reports coming out today.
Honestly, I don’t have much by way of analysis on this story; it really speaks for itself. I highly recommend following the link to the full article and scrolling down to the bottom so you can read some of the kidnapping cases that occurred in the first half of 2008 in Gwinnett. My point for writing this post is to showcase exactly how little we’ve progressed in acknowledging that Mexico’s drug war is here.