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If you don’t think the drug cartels are sending their own people over, you better think again! 
We don’t need new laws, we need to enforce the ones we have.

If you don’t think the drug cartels are sending their own people over, you better think again!

We don’t need new laws, we need to enforce the ones we have.

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A question that begs to be answered:
How many illegal immigrants have direct ties or family still living in Mexico with direct or indirect ties to the DRUG CARTELS…?
If any drug cartel finds a family with a relative in America the will do whatever is necessary to use both parties for their benefit. 
This is not good…!

A question that begs to be answered:

How many illegal immigrants have direct ties or family still living in Mexico with direct or indirect ties to the DRUG CARTELS…?

If any drug cartel finds a family with a relative in America the will do whatever is necessary to use both parties for their benefit. 

This is not good…!

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An ATF document obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveals 19,600 guns were recovered from crime scenes in Mexico and traced back to the U.S. between 2006 and 2010. Of those, 15,995 had a “time-to-crime” of three or more years, with an average of 15.
“Time-to-crime” is the period between a firearm’s retail sale and law enforcement’s recovery of the firearm in connection with a crime. For comparison, the U.S. average time-to-crime over the same period was 10.5 years. The time-to-crime average provides information about how quickly guns are getting from U.S. gun stores and into the hands of cartels, an indicator of how pervasive trafficking is.
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An ATF document obtained by the Washington Free Beacon reveals 19,600 guns were recovered from crime scenes in Mexico and traced back to the U.S. between 2006 and 2010. Of those, 15,995 had a “time-to-crime” of three or more years, with an average of 15.

“Time-to-crime” is the period between a firearm’s retail sale and law enforcement’s recovery of the firearm in connection with a crime. For comparison, the U.S. average time-to-crime over the same period was 10.5 years. The time-to-crime average provides information about how quickly guns are getting from U.S. gun stores and into the hands of cartels, an indicator of how pervasive trafficking is.

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A video address published online in Spanish and English by a self-described member of Anonymous Veracruz, Mexico, accuses Los Zetas, one of the most powerful drug cartels in the country, of kidnapping an unnamed male Anonymous member and holding him hostage.

The video address, published in early October, was apparently made using a text-to-speech program, features footage of a person in a Guy Fawkes mask and threatens that the hacktivist group will release identifying information about the cartel’s businesses and associates if the supposedly kidnapped person isn’t set free or if he is in any way harmed.

“You made a huge mistake by taking one of us. Release him. And if anything happens to him, you (expletive) will always remember this upcoming November 5th,” the address in the video says, according to a translation provided by the Houston Chronicle on Saturday.

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