HOUSTON Job Opening - Truck Driver

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  1. ofitg

    ofitg New Member

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    Bi-lingual preferred, bring your own body armor.

    http://www.chron.com/news/houston-t...s-launched-Mexico-style-attack-in-2283370.php

    The mission was supposed to be a textbook "controlled delivery" - a routine trap by law enforcement officers using a secret operative posing as a truck driver to bust drug traffickers when their narcotics are delivered to a rendezvous point.

    Instead, things spun out of control. Shortly before the marijuana delivery was to be made Monday afternoon, three sport-utility vehicles carrying Zetas cartel gunmen seemingly came out of nowhere and cut off the tractor tailer rig as it rumbled through northwest Harris County, sources told the Houston Chron- icle.

    They sprayed the cab with bullets, killing the civilian driver, who was secretly working with the government. A sheriff's deputy, who was driving nearby in another vehicle, was wounded, possibly by friendly fire.
  2. cycloneman

    cycloneman Well-Known Member

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    When I go to sw tx i have an ar with 10 mags 30 rnds some armor piercing within reach. I also keep a side arm on me with 5 mags. SO does my buddie riding shotgun. You never know when you come over a hill what will be there.
  3. jstgsn

    jstgsn Well-Known Member

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    In my humble opinion, and after several adult beverages (after all it is a holliday long weekend and the wife and I celebrated our next few days off with drinks and merryment) I read this and have come to the following assumptions. The law enforcement in that area is under attack. They can not run an opporation where they can trust the local small departments, as those departments can not pay the officers enough to risk their lives which makes them open to temptation from the high paying cartels, and they can not trust the federal government which is being run by traitors appointed by the Obama administration (although it goes back way further than that). The State Department is a liberal cesspool hellbent on destroying our country.
    So good intentioned law enforcement officers who find people willing to "snitch" or go against the cartels and other drug lords find they are fighting battles on three or more sides. Agents from the Border Patrol have been turned into pinatas and have to be crazy to try to do their job.

    This Sheriff Deputy is lucky to be alive and I would be surprised if our government doesnt come up with some critizism of his job preformance.
    The Aclu, the state department, our president, and the news media are all pawns of the liberal socialist mantra. They will push their agendas until they are forced to go back into their putrid dens.

    It's your choice. Read this stuff and say "oh my". Or prepare for war.

    WHAT??? WHAT DO YOU MEAN THERE IS A BLACK SUBURBAN IN THE DRIVEWAY?? I'M BEING AUDITED? THEY WANT TO REVIEW MY PERMIT TO CARRY? MY DRIVER'S LICENSE IS BEING REVIEWED? MY TAXES ARE RAISED?? I HAVEN'T RECYCLED???
    BUT I HAVE A BIRTH CIRTIFICATE. YOU CAN SEE MY COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS. MY FRIENDS GROWING UP LOVED AMERICA. I NEVER WENT TO A MUSLIM SCHOOL. ???? DON'T OWN A KORAN. MY PARENTS WERE MARRIED.
  4. Dennis C

    Dennis C New Member

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    Not sure how to win this unless we stick the 1st infantry division or something like that down there with shoot on site orders.
    I can't imagine living down there. I don't think I would ever feel safe, but nothing will ever be done about it cause it's not "fair" to the illegal immigrants...gah pisses me off!
  5. armoredman

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    Message sent, work with the Norte Americanos and you will be killed. The four arrested, (what about the three "truckloads of shooters"? Where did the rest get to?), are laughing thier heads off - Mexican Nationals LOVE our prisons, better food, education, chance to "network" with other gangs for control/profit.
  6. JohnHenry

    JohnHenry Well-Known Member

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    My son is a Harris county deputy .... he tells lots of interesting stories.
    I've been worrying about him for a long time .... he isn't the type to back down if pushed .
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    Here's what bothers me about this story: "three sport-utility vehicles carrying Zetas cartel gunmen seemingly came out of nowhere and cut off the tractor tailer rig"... Only four arrested, and none of them shot? "As the gunmen attacked, officers quickly jumped into the fray and also opened fire on the attackers". The only person injured, besides the truck driver is a cop, that they think might have been shot by another cop? I'll be watching this story!
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    Remember also...If a border patrolman shoots a drug dealer, the local D.A. will put the officer in prison for at least two years. "WE must protect everyones rights"...sure we do.
  9. HunterAlpha1

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    "Pretty brazen to kill a man over 300 pounds of grass," the law enforcement source said.

    what the law unenforcement source doesn't seem to understand, is that people like those you find in the cartel will kill someone for any reason or none whatsoever.

    really lovable people, eh?
  10. jim summers

    jim summers Active Member

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    I reside in southern Indiana, you can almost step
    Just wondering what kind of mileage that company pays their drivers it would have to be a whole bunch for me to drive for them.
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