REPORT: Mexican troops drew weapons on American soldiers on US side of the border
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Mexican troops questioned two U.S. soldiers along the two countries’ border earlier this month. The American soldiers were on the U.S. side of the border conducting a routine surveillance operation, defense officials say.
Military officials from the U.S. Northern Command said that “five to six Mexican military personnel questioned two U.S. Army soldiers who were conducting border support operations.”
The article goes on to state the following:
The soldiers were in an unmarked Customs and Border Protection vehicle near the southwest border in the vicinity of Clint, Texas.
Military officials from the U.S. Northern Command said that “five to six Mexican military personnel questioned two U.S. Army soldiers who were conducting border support operations.” https://t.co/MJzyu0pwbr
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 20, 2019
Mexican troops drew weapons on American soldiers on U.S. border https://t.co/9DUxnHjGRH
— Microsoft News (@microsoftnews) April 20, 2019
Mexican troops drew weapons on American soldiers on U.S. border https://t.co/JROX1FHif8
— MSN (@MSN) April 20, 2019
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