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Oh oh.... DOJ and BATFE shipment didn't get across this time. Holder is not going to be very happy!!

Another reason the NAFTA, free trade agreement, was wrong letting all those foreign trucks and truckers across the border.

Port officers seize large cache of ammo in Mexico-bound truck - Nogales International: News


U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Nogales seized more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition concealed in a storage compartment of a tractor-trailer.*
Officers at the Mariposa Port were screening travelers headed to Mexico on Thursday night when they selected a 47-year-old male driver of a 2003 Kenworth tractor-trailer for an outbound inspection, CBP said. After a canine team alerted to the presence of ammunition, the man, identified as a Mexican national and resident of Nogales, Sonora, claimed he lost the key to one of the locked compartments officers wanted to search.
 

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I guess Holder doesn't have a lot of control over the Border Patrol.
Yea! for them!
 

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maybe this is why dept of homeland sec needs to order more ammo, maybe its wandering away
 

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..."CBP seized the ammunition and vehicle, and the driver was arrested and turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations".

I'm sure the driver is at home, sleeping in his own bed, by now.
 

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Can I have someof the ammo?
 

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Oh oh.... DOJ and BATFE shipment didn't get across this time. Holder is not going to be very happy!!

Another reason the NAFTA, free trade agreement, was wrong letting all those foreign trucks and truckers across the border.

Port officers seize large cache of ammo in Mexico-bound truck - Nogales International: News


U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers in Nogales seized more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition concealed in a storage compartment of a tractor-trailer.*
Officers at the Mariposa Port were screening travelers headed to Mexico on Thursday night when they selected a 47-year-old male driver of a 2003 Kenworth tractor-trailer for an outbound inspection, CBP said. After a canine team alerted to the presence of ammunition, the man, identified as a Mexican national and resident of Nogales, Sonora, claimed he lost the key to one of the locked compartments officers wanted to search.
With the new cross border trucking program I believe you'll be seeing more of this type of smuggling. It won't be long until the Border Patrol is ordered to stop inspecting Mexican trucks because it's profiling.
 

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+1 for the customs and border patrol officers! For whatever reason, people are going to continue trying doing illegal things. Some of them will no doubt get through, but thank God for the LEOs who keep them from doing it every time!
 

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This is where the focus needs to be , out bound from the US that's where it's gona hurt the cartels when there money and goods stop making it back it ain't vary profitable. They can afford to loose drugs, cash is a different story , we could pay down our debt much faster instead of taxing us to poverty.
 
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