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Unfinished border tunnel found near Nogales

July 14th 2012   ·   8 Comments

NOGALES, Ariz. (AP) — Federal authorities have unearthed an unfinished border tunnel near Nogales making it the fourth tunnel found in a week.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Amber Cargile said the Homeland Security Investigations-led Nogales Tunnel Task Force found the incomplete tunnel on Friday while inspecting a drainage system in Mexico. She said no drugs were found and it appears as if the tunnel’s construction was in its early stages.

Earlier this week, federal officials found three sophisticated drug smuggling tunnels equipped with lighting and ventilation. Two were found in the San Diego-Tijuana area, and another was found in a vacant strip mall storefront in the southwestern Arizona city of San Luis.

Cargile said the investigation into the Nogales tunnel was ongoing. No arrests have been made.

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. Bob Thomas says:

    So nice to know our borders are so secure.

  2. of course they didn’t finish, Obama is holding the gate open for them, he needs votes!

  3. Lota Aguilar says:

    they don’t need a tunnel. obama will order them in.

  4. Dave Lawson says:

    Ya, tunnel, they don’t need no stinking tunnel!

  5. Tay Douglas says:

    No need to finish when they can just walk on across now! Obama’s dumb ass closing 9 BP stations. What a friggin idiot!!!

  6. Helen Jones says:

    Great let’s keep this going….whatever can be done to stop them!

  7. Phil Rogers says:

    And yet our government wants to close down 9 border patrol stations. hmmmm

  8. make a trip wire on the entrance that releases cyanide gas… that will stop some of them





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