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June 14, 2010
Parts of AZ not under US control
This report comes to us via Doug Ross and it may be an eye opener for some.
Did you know that there are parts of Arizona where the federal government has actually put up signs warning Americans that they are in a known drug corridor?
Did you know that despite calls for help from the county sheriff, the feds have ignored the situation?
Did you know that the writ of US law and thus our sovereignty does not run in these corridors?
Even a banana republic has better control of its borders.
Here's an excerpt from the KGUN report:
It was just five weeks ago that deputy Louie Puroll was shot in a drug corridor in west Pinal County. On Sunday, more violence in the same area. Around 7:30 p.m. that night man calls 911 speaking Spanish. He says, "somebody shot me. While we were running."
Sheriff Paul Babeu believes the caller was smuggling drugs with the second victim.
"A competing cartel or other people stole their product from them and also killed them," Babeu said.
The sheriff admits the cartels are operating in his county and without the federal government's help they can't get control. KGUN 9 News asked Babeu flat out if cartels control parts of Arizona.
"Absolutely, they have in terms of the remote areas in the drug corridors in the desert here in west Pinal County. Our government has even erected signs warning citizens to beware this is a known drug corridor," Babeu said.
When the 911 call came in deputies immediately started a search but found the two bodies shot to death after four hours of looking. In lieu of this violence Babeu is asking president Barack Obama to send 3000 National Guard troops to the border to help stop it.
"We can't patrol not only these remote areas, we have a hard enough time just responding to our emergencies,"
What do you think the chances are that Obama will send that many Guard troops to restore order and re-establish the sovereignty of the United States government?