Data: No spillover violence in U.S. border cities
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Since: Sep 08
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#1 Jul 16, 2011
So if this was indeed the case, why isn't there a link to the study which confirms this that shows who did the study & if it was truly a scientific study?
To be telling those of us that live in border towns that there isn't a spike in drug cartel violence, then please explain the fact that a family of men from La Mesa, NM were executed when attending a family wedding across the border? Or how about the continual incidents in Laredo & Nuevo Laredo? Then there is the town in Roma, TX (a banking town) where money is brought to launder for the cartels. How about the spike in crime there? Or Naco, AZ & the fact that these drug running cartels compromise a big section of the barricades/wall there? It's an industrial constructed fence that required torches to take down...
It wouldn't surprise me if this so called study was performed by a George Soros funded group trying to portray an alternate truth to that of realistic truth to begin laying the foundations of deception to assist Obama in his campaign efforts.
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