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Channel 2 Uncovers Proof Terrorists Crossed Mexican Border

February 4th 2012   ·   5 Comments

ATLANTA — The U.S. Border Patrol has captured thousands of people they say are classified as OTM which stands for “other than Mexican.” Documents show many of them are from terrorists nations like Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Sudan, Somalia, Pakistan and Yemen. Federal authorities call those groups SIAs, which stands for “special interest aliens”.

Federal officials have offered few details about the number of actual terrorists caught along the border.

Retired immigration agent Michael Cutler says the actual threat is being covered up. “Incredibly the government is attempting to keep the citizens like a bunch of mushrooms. Keep us in the dark and feed us a bunch of manure.”

Government officials have denied that terrorists have crossed our open border. Still, Channel 2 Action News has proof they have. Channel 2 Anchor Justin Farmer found documents filed in federal court in San Antonio, Texas, in May. They show an indictment against Ahmed Muhammad Dhakane for allegedly smuggling hundreds of people from Brazil to Mexico, then into the U.S. The federal indictment states it includes some Somalis from the terrorist group Al Shabob. Terrorism experts say the group is responsible for terrorist attacks and suicide bombings worldwide.

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“To this day we do not know where those 300 Somalis are,” said Rep. Michael McCaul of Texas. “We do know they are in the United States.”

A 2009 Government Accounting Office report confirmed agents have picked up three known terrorists who crossed the southwestern border of the United States. No other information was released.

“There are many people not only being apprehended, but slipping through the cracks on our southern flank that are very dangerous,” said McCaul.

Intelligence officials have admitted on record there is a terrorism threat. In 2007, former National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell told the El Paso Times that terrorists have been crossing the border. He said there are many situations where people are alive today because the terrorists were caught.

Sheriffs along the southwestern U.S. border also are aware of the threat.

“There is (intelligence) we have that is very troubling”, said Sheriff Paul Babeu of Pinal County, Ariz. “Things are not getting better, they are getting worse.”

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. the US Government doesn’t have a hard time keeping track of it’s First People’s, must be they are RACIST too!

  2. Oh plz! they let them walk across.. then give them lists of places to go for instant assistance and free housing, food and income. There is a huge sign near me inviting them in for free Designer Braces and Dental Care, covered by SSI/medicaid. They instantly qualify. Also designer eyewear. Add to this a minimum of $650-800 a month in food stamps a month for a family of 4-5, plus free eggs, cheese, milk, juice and baby formula from 2 other agencies. WIC and TEARS…. and there is TANNIF…list goes on and on. Then they have a list of churches to hit on a regular basis if they want. Do not forget the monthly SSI check. But someone usually works and gets payed under the table to cover the Hummer notes. Forget about a TDL.

  3. did you hit the nail on the head.

  4. I’ve said it and said it and I’ll say it again, our open border’s are a National threat to every citizen in America and our current President and his Administration could not care less! If we do not do something immidiately we will have no recourse but to riot like the people of the Middle East who’s Government has become too big and attempts to control the people and mash them under their thumbs.

  5. Send them to D.C. Maybe Nobama can convince them to vote for him.





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