Video Reveals Intensity of Narco-Army Gunfight on U.S.-Mexico Border

Posted: July 16, 2010 in Current Events had an article and video discussing the absolute chaos happening on the Southern Border.  Forget Afghanistan we have a war zone right here in our back yard.  You have to wonder why this continues to happen when it is obvious the violence is spilling over into our country.  Phoenix is now the number two capital in the world for kidnappings here, here, here.  Think of all the third world countries and Phoenix in number two!!  I know this is an uncomfortable discussion for everyone, but the reality is with the mounting evidence this situation cannot continue to be ignored.   Just read this quote from the article “We heard machine guns, 9mm pistols, grenades, everything”.  These occurences happen daily.

Full Story  and Video Below


By: Kurt Nimmo

July 15, 2010

A video posted on YouTube reveals the extent of the narco violence on the U.S.-Mexico border. “We heard machine guns, 9mm pistols, grenades, everything,” a note posted with the video explains. The gunfire occurred in Reynosa, Mexico, across the border from McAllen, Texas, on July 11.

On July 14, the Associated Press reported on gun battles along the Mexico-Texas border. “According to army statements, the first shootout killed a soldier in Reynosa on Sunday. Four gunmen [from the Zetas drug gang] died Tuesday in the same city, and another three were killed in Nuevo Laredo.”

On July 2, KGBT in Harlingen, Texas, reported a shootout in the Colonia Olmo and Fraccionamiento Arboledas neighborhoods on Reynosa’s northwest side. “Mexican Army officials reported that one of the patrols came under fire at the Carretera Ribereña to Nuevo Laredo,” the news station reported.

Bullets fired from the Mexican city of Juárez struck the El Paso, Texas, city hall on June 30. “No one was hurt, but nerves were rattled at City Hall in what is thought to be the first cross-border gunfire during a drug war that has engulfed Juárez since 2008,” reported the El Paso Times.

In February, the U.S. Consulate in the border city of Matamoros temporarily closed its Consular Agency in nearby Reynosa because of heightened drug-related violence between the Gulf cartel and the Zetas, CNN reported. The following month three people connected to the U.S. consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, were killed in two drive-by shootings. A top drug gang enforcer said he ordered the killing of a U.S. consulate worker because she helped provide visas to a rival gang.

“There isn’t much news on this, other than an AP story about a baseball game that was shut down,” a comment on a LiveLeak post of the video recording of the gunfire in Reynosa states. “It’s disturbing that this is happening so close to our border and it seems like only a matter of time before it spills over. To find firefights like this, you would need to go to Fallujah Iraq in 2004.”

In Arizona, narco mob terrorism has spilled over the border. On June 21, reported that Arizona has lost control of a large section along its southern border to drug smugglers. “We are outgunned, we are out manned and we don’t have the resources here locally to fight this,” Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu said during on news conference in Casa Grande. Babeu, who appeared on the Alex Jones Show last week, said drug gangs control a three county stretch from the border to Phoenix.

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