Sunday, March 31, 2013


A good reason for strengthening our southern border security controls

If you want to learn more about the comings and goings of the Mexican drug cartels you should put Borderland Beat on your favorites list. Along with Borderland Beat’s comprehensive reports you will see many graphic pictures of the cartel victims and you can view videos of executions taking place. I have watched beheadings by knives, machetes and chainsaws that accompanied several of Borderland’s reports.

I just got through watching the video of a Gulf Cartel (CDG) death squad executing five Zetas, including two women. All five were blindfolded and kneeling with their hands bound. The women had been stripped naked. After several minutes of interrogation by the CDG death squad leader, one male Zeta had his throat slit while the other four were felled by axe blows to their heads. The squad members then used machetes to decapitate the fallen Zetas. And then they methodically went about dismembering the five bodies with their axes. The body parts were thrown into a large barrel of boiling acid.

Such extreme brutality seems to be a daily occurrence between rival drug cartels in Mexico. Rather than worry so much about illegal immigration, we should be more concerned about the possibility of that brutality spilling across our porous southern border. That is why it is so important that our Mexican border security controls be strengthened.

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