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Drone Crash An Accident

Drone Crash An Accident
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POSTED: Thursday, January 6, 2011 - 1:58pm

UPDATED: Thursday, January 6, 2011 - 4:25pm

EL PASO - There are new details today on a Mexican unmanned drone that crashed last month near a home on Craddock Avenue in El Paso.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection leaders say the crash was an accident, but they say the drone shouldn't have been in U.S. airspace.

We're told the issue has been resolved with Mexico without any greater international conflict.

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Perhaps the US CBP does not have the cojones to tell it like it is. Or is too afraid of Pres Calderon to make a formal objection to this violation, accident or malfunction of the craft or not. The mexican president is accusing the US of the ongoing violence in Mexico, lets not get him too upset and he might accuse us of much moree. SAD< SAD< SAD the U.S. is A__ __ kissing instead of kicking A__ __. But it is only politically correct. By the way, where is our Rep Reyes-Polosi on this one?

So this drone crosses U.S. air space and all we do is say "don't do it again." If it was any other country doing that it would be considered an act of war.

If roles were reversed mexico would make us pay a large dollar amount to get it back.

Remember their president has the juavos enough to tell us we don't know how to run a country all the while thousands of his own country men die in jaurez.

Wake up capitol hill Mexico is not a friend to the U.S.

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