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The FBI reports that the Border Patrol found 52 tons of weapons and ammunition in two new conex containers and two old ones.

The containers were found in the back of a 14-person truck in Tijuana, Mexico. It’s not clear what the purpose of the containers was, but it’s likely they were used to conceal weapons and ammunition.

The containers themselves are not very big and the guns and ammunition in them are not very heavy. But what they are big for is that they conceal the guns and ammunition from customs officials. For a container to contain weapons and ammunition, it must be big enough to hold the items in it, so the containers are probably at least that big, if not larger.

In 2014, Customs confiscated 53,500 guns and nearly 8,500,000 rounds of ammunition. They also found an estimated $3.4 million in cash. Some of the containers where found to be in a warehouse in Baja California, while others were stored in offices and banks in Tijuana.

The same year, the government in Tijuana seized 10,000 guns from a warehouse and $3 billion from a bank in Mexico. More recently, the government in Tijuana have arrested and detained over 700 people in connection with organized crime and drug trafficking.

The story concludes by the fact that the government’s main focus is to keep guns and ammunition in warehouses in Mexico. It’s not just the country’s policy that puts people in danger. As I mentioned, the Mexican government is already heavily involved in the cartels and drugs. When the Mexican government arrests people, it’s the government who has to take in the illegal drugs and gangs. And while the authorities are still heavily involved, their goal now isn’t to solve the crime but to stop it.

In Mexico, when I was in Ciudad Guerrero, they had a drug cartel go through a large warehouse and found 52 tons of guns and ammunition. It was stored in 14 containers disguised as furniture.

The Mexican government is already heavily involved in the cartels and drugs. When the Mexican government arrests people, its the government who has to take in the illegal drugs and gangs. And while the authorities are still heavily involved, their goal now isnt to solve the crime but to stop it. In Mexico, when I was in Ciudad Guerrero, they had a drug cartel go through a large warehouse and found 52 tons of guns and ammunition. It was stored in 14 containers disguised as furniture.

The cartels are using the cartels as laboratories to experiment. They use a variety of drugs and are known to use them in the most horrific ways. They also use the cartels as a way to smuggle drugs into the United States.

I’ve had a few conversations with border agents in Canada and in the United States about the use of guns and ammunition in Mexico. I’ve also heard about other types of weapons that are used during cross-border crimes. Some reports I’ve read suggest that illegal guns and ammunition are being trafficked in both countries. I’ve also seen photos of Mexican military soldiers carrying US-made weapons on their body armor. I don’t know if the weapons are illegal or not.

I am the type of person who will organize my entire home (including closets) based on what I need for vacation. Making sure that all vital supplies are in one place, even if it means putting them into a carry-on and checking out early from work so as not to miss any flights!

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