Federal agents make bologna bust at N...

Federal agents make bologna bust at N.M. crossing

There are 12 comments on the Alamogordo Daily News story from May 17, 2011, titled Federal agents make bologna bust at N.M. crossing. In it, Alamogordo Daily News reports that:

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers working the port of entry at Santa Teresa have made a big bust, but it didn't involve drugs or human trafficking.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Alamogordo Daily News.


Alamogordo, NM

#1 May 18, 2011
Evil Bologna,
That's right folks. There has never been a more insidious plot conceived than the total and utter destruction of the American Pork industry by those Evil Mexican Bologna Cartels. We won't keep out the dope, we won't keep out the Illegal Aliens, but by God we will defeat this evil Mexican bologan conspiracy adn keep teh mexican Bologna Cartel from invading America!
Moral Dekay

Alamogordo, NM

#2 May 18, 2011
Hmmm, now I'm hungry. Think I'll have a fried bologna sandwich.

El Paso, TX

#3 May 18, 2011
Sounds like a bunch of balony to me.

Corning, OH

#4 May 18, 2011
It just shows to go ya'. New Mexico really is the weak link in the border. Not only do we have the above mentioned drugs and illegals but now Bologna! The horror! What could be next? counterfeit Philly Creme Cheese? Yes Janet, the border is "More secure than ever".
Ronald McD

Ivins, UT

#5 May 18, 2011
Darn it! I was waiting for that shipment!!!
Inandoutofexiste nce

Mexicali, Mexico

#6 May 18, 2011
It would be interesting to see how the scientists would weigh in on the view that introducing pork, mangos, oranges, or similar substances really poses that much of a biological threat to the U.S. I wonder if it has more to do with U.S. corporatists wanting to keep out the competition. Data from peer-reviewed sources is needed, not the "assurances" from corporatist infested and corrupt governments - both state and federal. Methinks it is more about money than protecting people in the U.S.
Inandoutofexiste nce

Mexicali, Mexico

#7 May 18, 2011
After all, what is the probability of any pathogens in a product coming into contact with animals? Think of all the instances where a vehicle travels across the line carrying who knows what on the chassis, and that is not inspected with a magnifying class - seeds, insects, and small animals, for examples. What is allowed into the U.S. that has just as much potential for carrying harmful pathogens and animals, as opposed to what is not allowed. Why bananas and lettuce, for example, which have a greater ability to harbor life than an avocado or orange? Again, let us hear it from a SCIENTIST, not a corporatist or a flunky bureaucrat. Another tact would be to see what HAS been seized and contains the pathogens that border "security" is claiming that is kept out. Give us the EVIDENCE for the assertion. Just like the lie of the so-called war on drugs (only 10% really is kept out), I suspect the magnitude of the lie about what else supposedly is kept out is about the same.

Alamogordo, NM

#8 May 18, 2011
&pl aynext=1&list=PL12F807B2D6 896743

A befitting Video! lol

Alamogordo, NM

#9 May 18, 2011

The master himself at work!(or is it play?)

Alamogordo, NM

#10 May 19, 2011
I can no longer allow Rogue elements of the Mexican Government, Mexican Cartels and the International Anti Pure Pork Conspiracy to sap and impurify our precious pork products!

Mandrake, do you realize that in addition to contaminating Bologna, why, there are studies underway to do this to salt, flour, fruit juices, soup, sugar, milk... ice cream. Ice cream, Mandrake, little children's ice cream.

Lord, Jack

You know when this contamination first began?

I... no, no. I don't, Jack.

Nineteen hundred and forty-six. 1946.
How does that coincide with your post-war anti pure pork conspiracy, huh? It's incredibly obvious, isn't it? A foreign substance is introduced into our precious pure pork without the knowledge of the individual. Certainly without any choice. That's the way your hard-core Commie works.
Ronald McD

Ivins, UT

#11 May 19, 2011
Where is that pork shipment at? I need to make fake burgers. People in Alamo are to stupid to tell the difference.

El Paso, TX

#12 May 24, 2011
Enough with the popups on your website. When I x'd out of the 1st Netflix..i meant it. The other 15 Netflix popups are just annoying!!

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Santa Teresa Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
News Pecan Brewery opening bottling facility in Lasa Jun '16 Rio Damned 1
News Pope Francis Puts Responsibility for Immigratio... (Feb '16) Feb '16 wild child 8
News LCPD detective charged with sexually assaulting... (Sep '13) Oct '15 Insertion 8
Governor's energy plan sets up New Mexico for n... (Sep '15) Sep '15 John Ford 1
Andrew perea (Jul '15) Jul '15 needanswers 1
Group plans vigil against border brutality (Jun '15) Jun '15 Joe 1
News Pros, cons voiced over possible Santa Teresa Co... (Sep '14) Sep '14 Joe Sancho 2

Santa Teresa Jobs

More from around the web

Personal Finance

Santa Teresa Mortgages