Michael Webster
Los Zetas a Mexican Drug Cartel advancing forward paramilitary forces and combat weapons to positions along the U.S. Mexican border
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By Michael Webster
August 15, 2010

Mexican military and U.S. law enforcement are finding large quantities of military weapons stashed all along the U.S. Mexican border. A Mexican high ranking army officer has told the U.S. Border Fire Report that weapons and forward type military positions are being discovered on both sides of the border. "our Intel indicates that Los Zetas paramilitary units and many of their weapons have moved into positions on both side of the international border with the U.S. My troops along with U.S. personal just in the last few days have found weapons and ammo hidden near the Mexican border with Arizona."

The Zetas are preparing to advance north with well trained and well armed Los Zetas paramilitary solders this fall according to sources. They will be transporting drugs and illegal's along the drug corridors that lead into the USA and go as far north as Phoenix Ariz. These Zetas have said in the past they will be protecting their loads against all comers. One Zetas commander said he has ordered his men to fire on anyone they see who is armed. There now seems to be no question that they have the weapons and man power to carry out their threats.

This is just one cache of many that has been found along the border over the past year. There have been many more like this but you have not heard anything about them on the mainstream news.

The following photo's received by the U.S. Border Fire Report from our sources are reported to be depictions of the combat weapons and ammo found near the Mexican and Arizona border in this latest raid along with other support vehicles, armored vests, explosive devices and other supplies.

Los Zetas paramilitary uniforms, caps and equipment were among the finds

Large Stash of military style weapons including automatic assault riffles.

Enough ammunition and loaded clips to outfit an army

All types of assault weapons were among the cache many were military grade weapons with plenty of ammo.

Still more military grade weapons with plenty of ammo.

Mexican and U.S. black ops personal at the scene located at the area in Spanish text above. According to authorities it was a major arsenal of weapons including grenade launchers.

Not only weapons, but also uniforms and vehicles believed to have been stolen from the U.S. were found at the site.

The U.S. Mexican task force was met with some resistance and at least one of the Zetas was killed during the operation when he fired on the members of the task force. Details are still sketchy.

Communication and combat equipment

Believed to be numerous stolen U.S. Vehicles

Numerous police/military style bullet proof vests were found in one vehicle.

More than 200 large weapons were confiscated along with about 30 smaller arms

Several grenade launchers were among the cache

Each and every vehicle checked had been reported stolen in the USA in the recent past! $380,000 worth of stolen vehicles were recovered. And over a million worth of arms.

More than 60 grenades of varies size were found with Middle Eastern writing on them.

Numerous Laws and other rocket launchers, machine guns, 45 Simi auto hand guns with loaded clips were also found in the cache.

Photo believed to be a U.S. black ops personal showing a single grenade sample from the stash.

More military style assault weapons.

More communication gear including more than 80 stolen cell phones believed used to communicate among themselves free from detection and these could be used for detonating car bombs and claymore mines remotely.

Still more rifles were found stuffed in several SUV's

All types of weapons including Afghan — Russian — Chinese and many others.

More machine guns and launchers.

to view all the photo's go to: www.usborderfirereport.com

Sources:

Mexican Army Officer

U.S. Law Enforcement

Pima County Sheriff's Office

Mexican open News sources

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