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Judicial Watch cited two unidentified sources, a “Mexican army field grade officer” and a “Mexican federal police inspector.” The group said writings in Arabic and Urdu were found, along with a rug supposedly used for prayer and a map of the Fort Bliss military base near El Paso. The report claims that smugglers working with drug cartels are helping to move terrorists into Texas for a future attack.
A senior U.S. law enforcement official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said no evidence existed to back up the claims and called the report and its authors “a nightmare.”
“These days anyone can make any claim without merit,” the official said. “There’s no truth to this whatsoever.”