Citizen Surveillance of Border Violence Captures I

********Hidden Cameras on the Border
As reported on: The War Next Door / Hannity / FOX News Special
Hidden video cameras as far as 80 miles North of the U.S / Mexican border show illegals carrying fully automatic combat weapons!

Check out the videos here: Click on the Red Dot Marker Locations

--Where is the U.S. Government Surveillance
of these known traffic corridors?

Apr 28, 2010 ... Napolitano – AZ Border Is Secure By Dell Hill On Tuesday, Department of ... Ahhh yes Janet. Safe as a babe in mom's arms.

Homeland Security Director says Arizona’s Border is Safe

by Dell Hill

On Tuesday, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano,(editor’s note from Jane: Napolitano: aka “Sleepy”) testifying at a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting, said the southern border in Arizona is as safe as it ever has been.

“I know that border I think as well as anyone, and I will tell you it is as secure now as it has ever been,” Napolitano said.

“The Border Patrol is better staffed than at any point in its history — more than 20,000 personnel. Since 2004, the number of boots on the ground along the southwest border has increased by 80 percent,” she said.

On Wednesday, a bipartisan group of House members sent a letter to President Obama asking him to deploy National Guard troops to the U.S.’s southern border to assist Border Patrol agents. They note that Obama can act without requiring Congress to pass legislation.

“I support immigration reform but that means that you secure the border first,” Gabrielle Giffords, D-Ariz., said Wednesday.

“We protect the borders of other nations better than our own,” added Ted Poe R-Texas.

Giffords, who represents the district that borders Mexico and is south and east of Tucson, said she spoke with a Border Patrol agent who described night time activity down there as “western. It gets violent and dangerous.”

She said the threat from violence associated with illegal entry into the country is real and Arizona is “sick and tired” of living in fear. In the letter, the lawmakers note that assaults against Border Patrol agents increased 46 percent from 752 incidents in 2007 to 1,097 incidents in 2008, and that with the violent drug war across the border from El Paso, Texas, could spill over.

“We urge you to deploy the National Guard to the US-Mexico border, as has been requested by a number of border state governors and Members of Congress. We ask that any National Guard troops that are deployed should be provided with very clear guidance of proper rules of engagement and should be armed and allowed to defend themselves if fired upon or attacked,” reads the letter.

Napolitano says “all’s quiet on the Southern front” and several members of Congress are calling for the deployment of TROOPS to augment the Border Patrol. Now, who’s zooming whom, here?

Given what we know, based on nightly newscasts, special reports and statistics, such as those cited above regarding attacks on Border Patrol agents, I’d say Napolitano is misinformed, to say the very least! Whether or not the use of National Guard troops is necessary is a matter “to be discussed”, but it appears the woman in charge of Homeland Security isn’t.

(another editor’s note from Jane: This is the same DHS secretary who said after the attempted bombing of an American jet on Christmas day, that “all security systems worked perfectly.”

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