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TX cops warn cartels are killing on US side of border after woman was mutilated, raped, tortured

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Texas officials say that drug cartel victims are being raped, mutilated and executed along this side of the U.S. southern border.

Photos of one of the victims were viewed this week by investigative journalist and Fox News contributor Sara Carter. Reporting live from the southern border this Thursday, she described — albeit in vague terms — what she’d seen.

“In Oct. 26th, not too long ago, they discovered the body of a woman who was mutilated cartel style on the U.S side of the border. We are not showing those pictures because of the shocking nature of them,” she said.

“What I can say is that I saw them myself. It’s something you’ll never forget. This woman was mutilated. She was believed to have been raped. She was believed to have been tortured by the cartels,” she added.

It’s believed this “cartel style execution” occurred “on our side of the border.”

Despite a lengthy career in investigative reporting, even Carter was left shocked and horrified by these recent discoveries.

“I was able to spend time with Texas Department of Public Safety special operations officers, as well as their law enforcement officers as part of governor Greg Abbott’s Operation Lone Star. And the crime and the increase and brazenness of the drug cartels along the border is something that they can’t even explain themselves,” she said.

Carter’s report was filed on Fox News’ “Hannity.” In addition to her own testimony, it also included the testimony of Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Chris Olivarez.

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“These criminal organizations come across from Mexico to the U.S side, and they kill individuals. They murder individuals. We’ve had several incidents that have taken place along the border using professional type weapons,” Olivarez told Carter.

“The way they carry out these killings is very professional, very methodical in how they do it. And again, they carry out these killings, these horrendous acts of violence and then they go back to Mexico,” he added.

He further confirmed that while these sorts of cartel executions involving torture and mutilation are commonplace, them being performed in the U.S. is new.

“Those murders take place in Mexico with other rival cartel members, and usually they do that to send a message to the rival cartels. But in this case, you know, some of these incidents that you’ve seen or some of these in these bodies that are showing up on the U.S. side, [it’s] something that we’ve never seen,” he explained.

What’s unclear is whether the victims are U.S. citizens or Mexican nationals whom the cartels are essentially transporting to the border to execute. Texas officials are also clearly unsure as to why the cartels are doing this all of a sudden.

What’s known is that the southern U.S. border appears to be currently less secure and protected than it’s ever been in recent American history.

As a result, border crossings by illegal aliens have reached an epic high, with “huge groups of migrants” attempting to cross over into the U.S. on any given day.

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“Migrants were encountered 1.7 million times in the last 12 months, the highest number of illegal crossings recorded since at least 1960,” The New York Times, a left-wing paper, admitted last month.

The outlet further noted that “[s]ingle adults represented the largest group of those detained in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, at 1.1 million, or 64 percent of all crossers.”

Evidence suggests the majority of the single adults were men.

If President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better proposal makes it through Congress and is signed into law, the problem along the border is expected to grow even worse.

Among the many widely panned measures contained in the proposal is mass amnesty for illegal aliens.

“Perhaps most significantly is a provision that would allow for a parole period until 2031 to an estimated 6.8 million illegal immigrants if they were present in the country before 2011,” Fox Business Network reported last week.

“Current law says that parole can be used on a case-by-case basis for ‘urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit’ but the Biden administration has been using that power in a much broader fashion. It would allow illegal immigrants not only protection, but also the ability to obtain travel and work permits, as well as state ID,” according to FBN.

This is why some illegal aliens have sought to harass Democrat Sen. Kyrsten Sinema —  one of two congressional Democrats who’ve refused to just blindly support the bill — into backing it.

Vivek Saxena

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