November 05, 2010
Middle Eastern Terrorists Entering U.S. Through Mexico
The U.S. government is covering up the growing threat created by Middle Eastern terrorists entering the country through the porous Mexican border, according to a veteran federal agent who assures the area has never been secure.
The U.S. Border Patrol has captured thousands of people who have been classified as OTM (Other Than Mexican) along the 2,000-mile southern border and many are from terrorist nations like Yemen, Iran, Sudan, Somalia and Afghanistan. The feds call them SIAs (Special Interest Aliens) and the government doesn’t want Americans to know about them.
The alarming information has been exposed by a 30-year veteran of the federal immigration system with the help of an Atlanta news station that’s dug deep into the matter and uncovered disturbing evidence. It reveals that actual terrorists have been caught along the border and the government wants to keep Americans “in the dark,” says Michael Cutler who spent three decades working as an agent for Immigration and Naturalization Service before its name changed as part of the post 9/11 reorganization that created the Department of Homeland Security.
A federal indictment filed in San Antonio Texas proves it. It charges a man named Ahmed Muhammad Dhakane for smuggling hundreds of people from Brazil to Mexico and into the U.S. Some of them were Somalis from a renowned terrorist group (Al Shabob) responsible for suicide bombings worldwide. Incredibly, U.S. authorities have no clue where the Somalis are today, according to a Texas congressman quoted in the story.
News of Middle Eastern terrorists using Mexico to enter the U.S. has trickled out in the last few years, though the feds have been largely silent on the matter. Earlier this year the Department of Homeland Security warned Texas law enforcement agencies that a renowned Al Qaeda terrorist is planning to sneak into the U.S. through Mexico. A few years ago the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) revealed that Islamic terrorists and violent Mexican drug gangs have teamed up to successfully penetrate the U.S. as well as finance terror networks in the Middle East.