Border agents furious after doing security for “cartel wedding”

SAN DIEGO — It was a heartwarming scene: A U.S. citizen, forbidden to enter Mexico, wed the love of his life in a brief moment when the gate separating the two countries was opened. Now a newspaper says the groom is a convicted drug smuggler and border agents are furious that he passed a federal background check and was approved for the “Door of Hope” event last month.

“The agents are upset, feel like they were taken advantage of, feel like they were duped,” Joshua Wilson, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council Local 1613, told the San Diego Union-Tribune. “Turns out we provided armed security for a cartel wedding.”
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6 Responses to Border agents furious after doing security for “cartel wedding”

  1. David says:

    And I am suppose to be surprised? (Free Enterprise IQ versus Government Employee IQ)

    Care to guess who wins most of the time?

  2. dav says:

    The BP needs new management, from the top down to the least senior supervisor.

  3. max says:

    So once again, the superior value of background checks is demonstrated. Sheesh.
    These people want to be in charge of EVERYTHING, but I have so little respect for their ability, I wouldn’t let them watch my pets while I vacationed.

  4. singlestack says:

    The fact that he isn’t allowed to enter Mexico is called a clue. Fuckers aren’t real smart are they?

  5. Djamer says:

    One well placed bullet can annul that wedding. . .

  6. JimmyBubba says:

    Money Talks.
    You don’t have any.
    Get back to work.

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