This is a collection of news about border issues, particularly those seen from Arizona and regarding the right to keep and bear arms. Sources often include Mexican media. It's often interesting to see how different the view is from the south.
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Monday, July 8, 2013
AZMEX EXTRA 19-6-13
AZMEX EXTRA 19 JUN 2013
Seize Tamaulipas border arsenal
On a ranch in the municipality of Rio Bravo is located 98 weapons, 23 grenades, ammunition and magazines, while in Reynosa seized 22 guns and 1,408 cartridges
Mexico City | Wednesday June 19, 2013
Editorial | The Universal
In two operations, federal and state forces managed to secure firearms, electronic equipment and camouflaged uniforms in the border municipalities of Rio Bravo and Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
Police sources said that one of the operations were performed on a ranch located 126 miles south of the border town of Rio Bravo,
which secured 98 long and short guns, 23 hand grenades, (130,000 ? 1,233? ) ammunition of different calibers and 956 magazines for different firearms.
They also ensured 30 pants, 25 jackets, 25 caps, 11 ballistic helmets, ballistic vests nine colored liners black, miscellaneous harness black color, full uniform pixelated jungle-
as well as electronic equipment consisting of computers, cell phones, weights and tires spikes.
The second operation was carried out in the city of Reynosa, where they raided an address that was used as an armory,
seizing 22 long and short arms, a thousand 408 cartridges of different calibers, 78 magazines for handguns and rifles, 15 gun parts and a communication radio.
Aseguran arsenal en frontera tamaulipeca
En un rancho del municipio de Río Bravo se localizaron 98 armas, 23 granadas, municiones y cargadores, mientras que en Reynosa se incautaron 22 armas y mil 408 cartuchos