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Border sheriff: Cartels kill each other half a block from Arizona border … then ask for asylum
Daniel Horowitz · June 13, 2019   

You can’t make this stuff up. There is warfare-level violence right on our border between rival factions of cartels. Then the losing side comes to our border for asylum, states and county sheriffs are forced to deal with the security threats on their own, and the federal government continues to view this as an immigration issue, not a national defense problem that requires military protection of our border.

Late Monday into Tuesday, there was a significant increase in violence between rival Sinaloa cartel factions in Mexican towns Agua Prieta and Naco, both border towns with Arizona cities Douglas and Naco. Specifically, about nine people were killed in Agua Prieta and Naco, according to Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels. The sheriff told CR in an interview today that his sources told him on Tuesday “the plaza boss for Sinaloa in Agua Prieta got upset with one of the leaders of his team and wiped out the entire team, including the girlfriend of the lower boss.” Dannels told CR that the shootout happened just “half a block from the border” with Douglas, Arizona. Two adults and three children were taken to hospitals in Douglas and Tucson.
Here is a video where you can hear the gunshots in Agua Prieta:


https://www.conservativereview.com/news/border-sheriff-cartels-kill-half-block-arizona-border-ask-asylum/

I can't think of a single reason why DC is not concerned about the violence and criminal business at the border.  Actually there is only 1 reason that seems logical.  They are being paid off by Drug Cartel.
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