Monday, May 17, 2010

Combat Operations in the Border Zone | linked by EricaThunderpaws

Combat Operations in the Border Zone
by T. J. Woodard

Elites on the coasts don't want to recognize what can only be described as combat operations conducted north of the US - Mexican border. 
In west Texas, Mexican Army vehicles cross the border supporting drug trafficking.  One report indicated an Army vehicle, with machine guns mounted on it, was 200 yards inside the U.S. border.  Agents from the Fort Hancock Border Patrol Station called for backup after confronting six men in Mexican military uniforms and driving military vehicles north of the Rio Grande.  Chief Deputy of Hudspeth County Sheriff's Department, Mike Doyal, said, "It happens quite often here."
A combat patrol with automatic weapons, front and rear security, and moving in proper intervals indicates at least a certain level of military training. Incursions into American airspace by Mexican helicopters and ground vehicles, ground fire against a sheriff department chopper and armed men protecting drugs on ranches in Arizona are all indications of a force conducting combat operations. 

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