Mexican Cartels Publicly Threaten To Kill American Cops In El Paso
The Mexican drug cartels are perhaps the most dangerous groups in human history filled with inhuman monsters. And it looks like they are pushing ever harder into the United States. Now they’ve sent a warning to Texas with this display on a Texas billboard.
Two frightening incidents of vandalism in El Paso near the Mexican border in Texas have been interpreted as warnings from drug cartels.
In both instances, a mannequin wearing a suit and tie was tied to a billboard with a noose and messages were scrawled over the placards.
Local station KHOU reports that one of the signs reads ‘Plata o Plombo’ which translates to ‘silver or lead’, a threat used commonly against police officers effectively warning that if they do not accept the cartel’s bribes then they will be shot.
America’s border residents best not take this display lightly. It is estimated that close to 40,000 Mexicans have been murdered in Mexico by the cartels over territory disputes and the like. We’d best not assume that it can’t happen here.
Warner Todd Huston
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