2 miles west of Nogales, Arizona is the start of a 25 mile stretch of unsecured border. Why isn’t it protected? What’s coming through?
Hidden Cameras Capture Smugglers Crossing Border ‘No-Man’s Land’ – NBC News
Faced with gun-toting drug smugglers, Arizona ranchers demand security at the border – NBC News
The real Mexican border: open door to rural Arizona
Mexico on the right; Arizona on the left: this fence is easily and constantly cut to provide unobstructed, unguarded access to the US for Cartel “commerce.” Multiple crossings along this 25-mile rural border area are mostly used to carry drugs to pick-up points that connect to I-8, I-19, and I-10 and on to every city in the United States.
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