Fast and easy.... narcos rescue confiscated weapons and gun runner at Mexico’s customs point of entry.
Mexico’s federal government opened an investigation into an incident that occurred last Friday at around 2PM.
|Presidio Texas border towards Mexico|
A white late model GMC Sierra, with Texas plates, left the U.S. border, crossed the international bridge, and began entry into Ojinaga, Chihuahua, Mexico’s point of entry, when the vehicle was stopped by Mexican custom agents.
During inspection of the vehicle, weapons were discovered, at that time the drive was placed under arrest, the vehicle weapons, and car keys confiscated. The cache contained AR 15s and rocket launchers among other weapons.
At this point, a convoy of 30 new and late model vehicles, pulled up to the bridge and rescued both the weapons and the would be gun runner. The GMC was left behind.
In this video autodefensa spokesman Jorge Vasquez Valencia, speaks about the incident, and the questions rose of corruption on both sides of the border.
A call for help was not issued. In the video Jorge speaks in a border sense of the corruption, he says narcos did not corrupt the government, the government created cartels. “The Mexican government infiltrated drug traffickers and created cartels”
“Mexican government and cartels are the same.”
In 2012, the Texas congress passed the concealed rocket launcher bill
“Finally, Texans are equipped with the appropriate amount of explosive projectiles to properly protect their home, their family, and their state,” explained Dr. Richard Monroe, chairman of the 2nd Amendment Advocates, a political action committee responsible for furnishing many Americans with highly explosive weapons over the past decade. “If Mohammed Al-whatever tries to take away the freedoms of any Texas citizen, he will be receiving a SA-374 missile to the face.”
The bill allows Texans who are registered gun owners to carry up to three rocket launchers, as well as 20 missiles or rocket-propelled grenades. The “concealed-carry” law also permits owners to bring their bazookas into post offices, libraries, grocery stores, university dormitories, and most other public areas.
“Imagine a situation where a mugger steals a woman’s purse, and a law-abiding citizen pulls out his ARG-37 Annihilator and fires a series of rockets, sending the criminal’s scorched carcass and limbs 50 feet in the air,” explained Monroe. “When I think of that kind of unbridled patriotism, frankly, it brings a tear to my eye. That, my friend, is justice.”
However, Monroe stated that bazookas will still be illegal to carry inside of smaller areas such as coffeehouses, to prevent the accidental discharge of a small warhead in a highly populated area.
The National Firearms Act classifies firearms into several categories.
- Machine Guns – Any weapon that fires more than one round when the trigger is pulled
- Short Barreled Rifles – Any rifle with a barrel shorter than 14″ or an overall length of less than 26″
- Short Barreled Shotgun – Any shotgun with a barrel shorter than 16″
- Silencer – Any portable device used to muffle the sound of a gunshot
- Destructive Device – Explosive and chemical weapons, or anything with a bore larger than .50, excluding those with a sporting use, such as shotguns or hunting rifles.
- Any Other Weapon – Disguised weapons, Pen guns, guns designed to fire from concealment, smooth bore pistols. Essentially a catch-all for anything that isn’t a pistol, revolver, shotgun or rifle that doesn’t fit the categories above.
These are called Title II weapons. Many people think that it’s illegal to own these, but it’s not. First, you have to make sure that you can legally own one in the area that you live in. If you want an RPG, you need to make sure that you are able to own and store explosives.
|Ojinaga POE from Presidio|