BREAKING: Government Agents Make TERRIFYING Discovery At Border- Americans On HIGH ALERT

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There’s a major problem when it comes to underground tunnels that the Mexican drug cartels have erected to bring in their heroin and meth into the United States and it is absolutely insane.

As U.S. authorities continuously discover these tunnels at the border that splits San Diego and Tijuana American law enforcement fills the entire U.S. side of the tunnel with concrete.

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Well, Mexican authorities say filling their end is too expensive. Instead, they leave discovered tunnels open underground, allowing the cartels to get back inside.

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Wonderful isn’t it?

Juan Munoz, Homeland Security investigations special agent says that the U.S fills the tunnels with concrete “to every tunnel in order to deter anyone from ever using it again.”

In the back of an empty Tijuana warehouse, Fox News found a tunnel covered by a steel slab. Underneath, though, it’s still hollow. That allows the cartels to reuse the drug passage up to the U.S. border where they can tunnel around the concrete barriers. That saves the criminal organizations time and money.

“There’s been a least seven documented incidents where that has actually happened,” said Lance Lenoir, captain of the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol “tunnel rats” team.

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It’s a major frustration for American authorities who, according to this report, spend millions to discover and then shut tunnels down.

In Mexico, Fox News was able to walk up to one tunnel entrance after another, finding that security is lax or non-existent. Some tunnels are left unguarded. Others are watched over by guards who claim they’re being paid by the government.

“How many tunnels are in this neighborhood?” Fox News Correspondent Will Carr asked one guard in Tijuana.

“Six,” he responded.

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“How concerned are you for your safety that the cartel will try to get back in this tunnel?” Carr asked.

“If the cartel comes back I’m not going to fight them,” the guard said through an interpreter. “They’re just going to come right in,” he added, waving his hands in an inviting type motion.

Experts say that’s the typical response by officials in Mexico.

“The only thing that they do is to send a couple of militaries or federal police to guard the tunnel for probably a couple of months and then they forget about the tunnel,” said Victor Clark-Alfaro, a tunnel expert who lives in Mexico and also teaches at San Diego
State University.

American authorities tell Fox News the best ways they’re combating tunnels on this side of the border is by using technology and information they get from informants and the surrounding community.

Here’s the video report via FOX NEWS:

Absolutely unbelievable!

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