Re: Landmines Discovered in Gulf Cartel's Possession in Mexican Border City

"raykeller"
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>> PHOTOS: Landmines Discovered in Gulf Cartel's Possession in Mexican >> Border City
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>> city managed to add landmines to their growing arsenal as they wage
>> large-scale battles in a near daily fashion. The explosive devices,
>> known as Claymore mines, were seized by the Mexican military during a
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>> For months, rival factions of the Gulf Cartel have fought for control of
>> lucrative human smuggling and drug trafficking routes into Texas,
>> Breitbart Texas reported. The violence forced federal and state
>> authorities to deploy thousands of Mexican soldiers, Marines, and police
>> officers to the border region to quell the bloodshed.
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>> During a series of raids by the Mexican Army, soldiers focused on search
>> operations in rural areas near the Rio Grande. According to information
>> provided to Breitbart Texas by the Mexican Army, soldiers were able to
>> arrests of three suspects.
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>> While the Gulf Cartel and other Mexican criminal organizations have used
>> grenades and Russian-made RPGs in the past, this appears to be an early
>> case of U.S. military-grade landmines near the border.
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>Obviously bought at a US gun show.
More likely they just got the directions in a Paladin Press book they
picked up at a US gun show.
It's somewhere between _Full-auto Conversion of the SKS Rifle_ and
_Arming For the Apocalypse_.

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Ed Huntress
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