By: Red Pill | 11-17-2017 | News
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Mexico Seizes 800 Pounds of Cocaine Inside US Social Security Vehicle

Authorities in Ciudad Victoria, Mexico have reportedly stopped a massive shipment of Cocaine that was headed into the United States of America.

A statement from the Defense Department says that the vehicle which was transporting the illegal narcotics indeed belonged to the United States Social Security Institute and that soldiers discovered the hidden drugs inside of hidden compartments inside the truck via a medical scanner checkpoint on Wednesday.

These types of vehicles typically are responsible for disaster aid or philanthropic programs inside of Mexico, most likely sent as earthquake relief.

Mexican Soldiers have now detained three men who were inside of the vehicle, claiming that they were employees or the Social Security Institute which has yet to be confirmed by the agency.

The truck originated in the Tamaulipas state capital of Ciudad Victoria bound for Reynosa, across the border from McAllen, Texas; and it remains unseen if it belongs to a Cartel or how they acquired the vehicle if that were the case.

There will be an ongoing investigation involving both United States Federal Agencies and Mexican authorities to determine whether anyone from inside either nation’s disaster programs was involved in the trafficking or even the theft of the vehicle.

Currently, the United States has not issued a formal statement as to the incident.


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Anonymous No. 12168 2017-11-17 : 23:24


Not even surprised, marucheros are worse than filth.

Anonymous No. 12209 2017-11-18 : 12:59


Spic here, this article is misleading. The truck supposedly is property of the IMSS, the MEXICAN Social Security Institute. There's no mention about any US organization or agency on any article or mexicunt government statement.

Peace out.

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