Monday, December 19, 2005
Borders, Language, and Culture: Border Patrol Agents fear Conflict with Mexican Military
Border Patrol agents stationed along the nation's southwestern frontier increasingly are fearful of encountering armed and potentially hostile military units from Mexico.
Also, agents say, officers are hamstrung in their response, citing concerns the U.S. government is often too deferential to Mexican authorities.....confrontations have become so routine the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has issued written orders that agents carry with them regarding "what to do" if confronted by Mexican military units, many of which are in the employ of Mexico's powerful drug cartels. Read the details about what the agents face now at WorldNetDaily.com!
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