By Red Pill  |  08-20-2017   News
Photo credit: US Border Patrol

Another day, another battle to protect America's borders on the front lines, such is the mantra for the United States Border Patrol.

Border Patrol Special Agents say that in San Diego a 25 year old man who was in possession of several pounds of methamphetamine was arrested by the San Diego Sector of the Border Patrol after they intercepted a drone that was observed flying over the border.

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At around midnight, a Border Patrol Agent first observed a drone fly over the border fence guarding the United States at an area approximately two miles west of the San Ysidro Port of Entry. The Agent then notified law enforcement in the area to be on the lookout for the drone.

Shortly thereafter an all-terrain vehicle belonging to the Border Patrol spotted a male suspect attempting to meet with the drone near the border at Servano Avenue and Valentino Street.

The agent then approached the suspect and discovered that he was carrying a large open bag in which inside had that several plastic wrapped packages containing methamphetamine.

The Border Patrol agent took the man into custody and a search of the immediate area was conducted, leading to the discovery of a drone that was concealed under a bush nearby. The drone was approximately two feet in height according to investigators.

“Due to the agents’ heightened vigilance, this drone smuggling scheme was stopped before these dangerous narcotics could enter our communities,” said Acting Assistant Chief Patrol Agent Boone Smith.

The methamphetamine had a total weight of 13.44 pounds and an estimated street value of $46,000, which is a major victory for the streets of surrounding border towns and another blow dealt against the cartels.

The United States Border Patrol says in order to prevent the illicit smuggling of humans, drugs, and other contraband, there is a high level of vigilance on corridors of egress away from our Nation’s borders.

To report suspicious activity to the United States Border Patrol in this area, contact San Diego Sector at (619) 498-9900.

Source:

https://www.cbp.gov/newsroom/local-media-release/smuggler-using-drone-busted-border-patrol

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Anonymous No. 6908 1503190935

Hey dickhead, remember talking about the big, clever wall. I told you then that dealers could use fucking drones, and that's only one way of defeating it.

dickhead No. 6909 1503191822

A few pounds of drugs flown by a loud transport with a short range. Yeah, that is really going to keep the drug cartels afloat.

From anon 6908 to dickhead 6909 No. 6918 1503198160

Dur, do you really think that the cartels don't have billions to spend and hundreds of people to obey their instructions. One remote can control any amount of drones on the same line, if you run the commands through mobile phone connections, as long as there is satellite coverage they can literally take the piss and fly hundreds, even thousands at the same time over the wall. Even if you cut satelitte coverage the drones can then revert to autopilot(good models, obviously) to head for prearranged landing sites along the entire border, sure the police, etc will get some, so what. They wont get it all, and what is recovered just gets cut down more and sold at a higher price. You also forget dickhead that seeing as they are producers and manufacturers of this shit they can make as much as they want, and if they send it over in a purer form it weighs less, therefore it gets greater range on power supply which means it can go further into U.S, plus it doesn't need to worry about roads. One last thing, justb 'one' drone brought over nearly 6 kilos, imagine what a thousand could bring… Still laughing dickhead? Or maybe you'd like me to destroy you with other methods?

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