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  1. IYHO. Not IMHO...... IMHO - The Taliban, ISIS, if allowed to grow would have been over here on our shores.........
  2. https://www.newsweek.com/police-officer-operation-el-chapo-son-shot-150-daylight-assassination-sinaloa-culiacan-1470568 POLICE OFFICER INVOLVED IN OPERATION AGAINST EL CHAPO'S SON SHOT AT MORE THAN 150 TIMES IN DAYLIGHT ASSASSINATIONApolice officer in Mexico who was involved in an operation supporting the arrests of the sons of notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was killed Wednesday by hail of more than 150 bullets. The 30-year-old officer, named by police only as Eduardo N., was killed Wednesday by gunmen in Culiacan, Sinaloa. Eduardo was a high-level officer in Sinaloa's State Preventive Police. Mexican newspaper Excelsior shared CCTV footage of the killing, showing the officer parking his white car in a lot outside a shopping center. As he pulls into the lot, a red car carrying his killers appears behind, drawing up alongside the officer. Armed men leap out, firing rapidly and from close range. Within 30 seconds the attackers had fired 155 shots, leapt back into their vehicle and were gone. The murder may have been linked to the October 17 arrest of Ovidio Guzman Lopez—a son of El Chapo who in July was sentenced to life in prison by a U.S. court. The arrest sparked major clashes between security forces and cartel gunmen in Culiacan, which brought the city to a standstill. Security forces eventually released Guzman in an effort to quell the fighting. Eduardo was not involved in Guzman's arrest, though was called in to assist the subsequent security operation. Sinaloa's Secretary of Public Security Cristobal Castaneda Camarillo said Eduardo was not scheduled to be working on the day of the arrest, but reported to duty given the grave situation. They got him......
  3. I'm not questioning the MSM - I am just floored at how this situation has worsened to this point without any optics. This isn't new, this has literally been going on for years. Massive dumps of bodies being found (hundreds), tortured, beheaded, bodies ripped apart. Yet our President gets lambasted for even mentioning these people exist within the innocents of Mexico......
  4. https://wsbt.com/news/nation-world/9-us-citizens-slaughtered-in-mexico-ambush-family-says?fbclid=IwAR1ygSSjjYkkHDOXLvvVOPVBKGQxyEYIvPyOMrwYkGvbKNK3bzhCfCEor3I SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Three women and six of their children, all with ties to Utah, were slaughtered Monday in Mexico. The women and their kids are all dual Mexican and U.S. citizens and were traveling back to the U.S, when family members say they were ambushed by cartels. It happened near Bavispe, in Sonora, about 100 miles south of Mexico’s border with Arizona. Three women and six children were killed in an attack in Mexico on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, family members told 2News. (Photo: KUTV) Lafe Langford Jr. posted video on Facebook of a burned-out SUV on Monday afternoon. It's believed to be the car of María Rohnita Miller, who Langford wrote was killed in the attack. He said her car was struck so badly with gunfire that it exploded. Four of her children died inside the vehicle with her, according to Langford's post. María Rohnita Miller and her two babies were slain in Mexico on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, her family told 2News. (Photo: KUTV) Dawna Ray Langford, 43, and two of her nine children were also killed in the attack, Langford wrote. One of them was initially unaccounted for, but was found late Monday. Dawna Langford and two of her nine children were slain in Mexico on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, her family told 2News. (Photo: KUTV) The third woman who died, Langford stated, was Christina Marie Langford, who was 31 years old. She had one baby with her: Faith Marie Johnson. Relatives say the baby was found alive after she was thrown on the ground. Christina Langford was slain in Mexico on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, her family told 2News. Her baby survived. (Photo: KUTV) 2News spoke with Dawna’s nephew Monday night. His name is Taylor Langford, and he lives in Herriman. He says the whole family is devastated and spent most of Monday feeling completely helpless as this story unfolded. "They killed all three women, and seven of the children have been confirmed dead," Langford said. He told us the children who survived were in the process of being brought to the U.S. border for medical treatment. Langford also says the family has had interactions previously with cartels, but the women and children were clearly not the intended targets here.
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