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Sheriff Says Mexican Gangs in Military Gear Are Marching Through South Texas


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An often overlooked aspect of the current border crisis is the rise in illegal border crossings by cartel criminals and gang members.  This goes mostly unreported because it doesn’t fit the media narrative of only innocent toddlers crossing the border.

But the criminals from cartels and gangs are coming across, and increasingly doing their worst throughout the border states, attacking innocent civilians and law enforcement officials, including Border Patrol agents.

An even less talked about aspect is the fact that corrupt Mexican military units are working with the cartels and gangs, even going so far as to cross the border themselves and fire on US citizens and law enforcement.

Now there is some confirmation to the speculation that the Mexican military is outfitting the cartels and gangs with military gear and weapons.  A south Texas Sheriff has uncovered numerous reports of roving gangs with arms and gear, in military fatigues, according to the Daily Mail.

Willacy County Sheriff Larry Spence has been leading the investigation into the two Mexican nationals that gunned down Border Patrol agent Javier Vega in front of his family.  He has come across numerous reports of military-like gangs marching throughout south Texas.

He said ranchers with land 25 miles north of the border have reported groups of men – believed to be illegal immigrants – walking single file, through farm land in military fatigues.  Some were armed with rifles.

Sheriff Spence says, “About three or four months ago we had an individual who saw people walking through farm property in military fatigues, with backpacks. He went out and asked them, “who are you”, they said “what’s it to you”, he said he owned the property and they said, “well you better get out of here”. Sensibly he left and called us, but by the time we got out there, they were gone.”

“We’ve had people say they’ve seen groups going through the fields in single file, with rifles as well,” he added.

Sheriff Spence is concerned about the reported groups, as they obviously aren’t immigrants searching for asylum or a job, but likely have criminal intent or are focused on making illicit money.

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  1. I’ve worked in remote locations in South Texas as a crude oil trucker and I have seen many illegals and border patrol out here. The North American Union was quietly formed in January 2006. Carbon taxes from the fraudulent global warming propaganda pays for this “Gov’t”. This entity promotes zero national sovereignty and no borders. This is why we will never enforce border security. Criminal activity props up the new Police State type spending such as drones, surveillance, military sales to police etc. since the military/industrial complex spending is down. Also, privatization of prisons and the new prison for profit system set up by the cabal will encourage increased criminal activity. Militia groups that are even properly funded and trained to assist ranchers will run afoul of the cartels who will most likely use corporate entities to convict members of these groups. Once the common law grand jury comes to Texas (being resisted by the Oil Industry here) then our bribed
    judges and district attorneys can be circumvented.

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