Drug Cartels Place 250K Bounty for Murder of Any Minuteman Leader
Arizona Minuteman Reunion Called Off?
By Alan Korwin
A proposed reunion of Minutemen, tentatively scheduled for a site near the border in October has been postponed, due to word that drug cartels have put a $100,000 bounty out for the death of any Minuteman, and a $250,000 bounty out for the death of any officer or leader of the Minutemen. Showing up at a pre-announced place and time struck me originally as a less than wise idea. Openly or discreetly carrying sidearms, as Minutemen are known to do, which is legal under Arizona law, might be insufficient protection, according to leading expert sources.
Although long-range sniping might be a problem, an up close machete massacre by coked-up drug-cartel fiends might be a bigger problem, for the message it would send. Homeland Security officials and the Border Patrol spokespersons could not be reached for comment, as they were preoccupied at a press conference, announcing that the border was now safer than it has ever been.
In other news, the border has been officially moved to south of Interstate I-8, fifty miles north of the previously established international border. Look at the last line on this sign. Mexico, not the U.S. controls this land. Compare this sign to what the “news” media has been telling you.
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