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the main stream media failed to report the beheading of three law enforcement officers. Where is the outrage by the Senators Boxer, Reid, McCain, Feingold, and Kennedy. Why the silence? Why the cover-up? To make matters worse the video recording of the hearing was buried by CSPAN. No press, and the President said nothing. It is easier to secure a video of Private Tuckers ordeal than find the video regarding the beheading of deputies in San Diego county. Fortunately the clip can be viewed at www.plantek.us.
Originally posted by Rasobasi420
Well, that's the government for you. Inspire hatred and disgust with a common enemy, but the enemy needs to be accross the world to lessen the physical response. If there is an enemy here who is just as bad, we have to keep it quiet as to not cause riots in the streets.
Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
From what I am reading here, it was two regular cops and a civilian who were beheaded on the Mexican side of the border. It is believed to be organized crime that did it. I dont see anything about border control.
"TIJUANA – Mexico's top federal prosecutor yesterday said police connections with organized crime may have contributed to the beheadings of three Rosarito Beach police officers last week."
“What we are seeing is that organized crime is penetrating many police groups, and this is the line of investigation that we have,” Mexican Attorney General Daniel Cabeza de Vaca said during a news conference at the Hotel Camino Real."
Some readers have read more into the story than initially reported. It appears the law enforcement officers were on the Mexican side of the border and were beheaded by organized crime.
SAN DIEGO — Mexican authorities discovered the decapitated bodies of three police officers and a fourth man Wednesday near an empty lot in the seaside town of Rosarito Beach, about 15 miles south of the border.
The officers had gone missing Tuesday after responding to a report of a kidnapping. Witnesses said that the officers were intercepted by about 100 heavily armed, masked men dressed as Mexican federal agents, said a spokesman for the Baja California state attorney general's office.