Large amounts of drugs enter through TEXAS border, video captured by UAV



U.S. Customs and Border Protection conduct surveillance from AIR AND MARINE OPERATIONS unmanned aircraft in the southern border with Mexico in Texas.

Incident 1:
On December 28, 2017, an Air and Marine Operations unmanned aircraft system (UAS) captured footage of suspected smugglers unloading packs from a white Ford pickup truck into a yellow raft near Roma, TX.

Incident 2:
On February 27, 2018, an Air and Marine Operations unmanned aircraft system (UAS) captured footage of a group of 25 individuals with packs near Big Bend Desert, TX.

These are just 2 incidents caught on camera, however, countless more are apprehended everyday along the southern border by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

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14 thoughts on “Large amounts of drugs enter through TEXAS border, video captured by UAV

  1. IceBurger Studios says:

    One of the best drones the US has (of the known ones) can clearly capture a persons face from way up there (I don't know the exact height, I would've said 70k but I don't know for sure)

  2. Based Capone says:

    So what are these clowns getting paid for? Gonna do your job or just watch and jack off?

  3. Joey Ortiz says:

    Enforcement technologies improve, people are arrested, drug prices skyrocket, smuggling methods improve, repeat indefinitely = current "solution"

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  5. FearlessP4P1 says:

    Armed drones take care of the drug smugglers and land mines paired will obvious warning signs for the illegals?

  6. Hooded One says:

    They bout to have so much paper, you'd think a nigga was reading.

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