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    its funny how when this story broke yesterday on cnn late in the day. The story changed 3 times in a 2 hour news cast. The Mexican milltary put a hush hush on it real fast. Funny how they have been busted a few times over the last few month for doing this do a quick search and you will see just how many times and often who they are helping it sure is hell isn't us.


    these guys were probably just just going to havasu for the weekend.



    CNN) -- Seven members of the Mexican military were found inside the United States on Friday, telling border agents they had become disoriented while on patrol and accidentally crossed into the country, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol said.

    The incident began about 8 a.m. Friday, when the Border Patrol's Yuma, Arizona, sector was notified that a military-style Hummer was broken down, Customs and Border Patrol said in a written statement.

    Agents said they found the vehicle about 200 yards from the Colorado River, and the seven individuals were dressed in military-style clothing. Customs and Border Patrol later determined that the troops' entry was unauthorized.

    U.S. agents told the Mexican troops they were inside the United States and "peaceably" took them into custody, the statement said. "At no time were any hostilities exchanged between the agents and military officials." Video Watch how Mexican troops found their way in the United States »

    The Hummer was equipped with a turret-mounted machine gun, the Border Patrol said.

    According to Customs and Border Patrol, the soldiers were assigned to the 23rd Regiment Motorized Cavalry of the Mexican Army. The soldiers said they believed that they were still in Mexico because they remained on the south side of a newly constructed border fence.

    "The soldiers, weapons and vehicle were placed in Border Patrol custody and transported to the CBP San Luis, Arizona, Port of Entry, where each of the subjects was processed in accordance with Border Patrol policy," the statement said. None of the seven had any criminal or immigration history, the agency said.

    The soldiers, weapons and vehicle were repatriated and "remanded into the custody of their commanding officer," the Border Patrol said. The incident remains under investigation, however, and the Border Patrol's Office of Internal Affairs was notified, the statement said.

    "This is not an uncommon occurrence," Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colorado, told CNN. "Often times, it is the result of the Mexican military providing cover essentially for drug transportation across into our country, and/or creating a diversion so it will draw our people away from the place where the drugs are coming across."
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    In August, the Border Patrol said Mexican troops had crossed the border illegally 42 times since October 2007.

    Tancredo said the U.S. State Department lodged a complaint with the Mexican government for the first time over the military incursions a few weeks ago. Attempts to contact the State Department and the Mexican government Friday were unsuccessful.
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    So, what's wrong with that?? We can use all the help we can get guarding our borders, can't we?

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    Why is this not on the mainstream media channels?

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    Where the Minute Man?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strippoker View Post

    "This is not an uncommon occurrence," Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colorado, told CNN. "Often times, it is the result of the Mexican military providing cover essentially for drug transportation across into our country, and/or creating a diversion so it will draw our people away from the place where the drugs are coming across."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiggle - Bitties View Post
    OK, this really pisses me off!
    It wouldn't if that was your supply chain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wet Dream View Post
    It wouldn't if that was your supply chain.
    Well, that was a long time ago! Now I just do my tequilla!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiggle - Bitties View Post
    Well, that was a long time ago! Now I just do my tequilla!
    And, we're really getting some quality tequilas out of them these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wet Dream View Post
    And, we're really getting some quality tequilas out of them these days.
    Yeah, I've sent a few greenbacks south o the border~
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    This was the first thing I thought while reading this post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strippoker View Post
    "This is not an uncommon occurrence," Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colorado, told CNN. "Often times, it is the result of the Mexican military providing cover essentially for drug transportation across into our country, and/or creating a diversion so it will draw our people away from the place where the drugs are coming across."
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    In August, the Border Patrol said Mexican troops had crossed the border illegally 42 times since October 2007.
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    Here is the video off the first report video clip off CNN.

    http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/bes...ef=videosearch
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    So basically our Country was invaded by another countries military and we just happened upon them?
    great.

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    We're missing something here, Hummer w/ machine gun, Isn't this the same country that accuses the US of being to rough on people crossing into our country and complains about having a fence built? Sounds to me like they are more capable of deadly force than we are.

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