Mexican Cartel Shoots Down Military Chopper

It wasn’t a matter of IF this was going to happen, it was just a matter of when.

The helicopter of the Mexican Army was downed in the state of Jalisco. Three people were killed, and twelve injured.  Far more troubling are the hundreds of missing RPG’s from Benghazi paired with our diaphanous border.

It’s no secret that terrorists are sneaking across, our southern border.  What if they choose to “down” an American commercial jet?

Breitbart Texas 

The violence kicked off Friday morning around the various cities in the Mexican state of Jalisco where Mexican authorities tried to apprehend Nemesio “El Mencho” Oseguera Cervantes who is the head of Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion, Mexican federal police sources confirmed to Breitbart Texas.

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While his capture has not been officially confirmed or disproven, the operation set off a series of fiery blockades and shootouts in Guadalajara and surrounding cities.

As previously reported by Breitbart Texas, Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion jumped into the national spotlight in recent weeks when they ambushed a state police convoy and killed 15 officers. That attack came just weeks after the CJNG ambushed a federal police convoy killing five Mexican Federales and two bystanders.

So much for Cancun or Puerto Vallarta!

 

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