Cartel secrets EXPOSED: Inside Mexican gang territory, TODD BENSMAN's terrifying report of how 'pedophiles and killers' pay smugglers $5,000 to sneak them across border... by any means necessary - all caught on shocking video

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'Hit nan gas!' I barked astatine my translator down nan instrumentality of our mini rental car.

'Let's get nan f*** retired of here!'

We tore disconnected – and near nan reflections of 2 cartel men shrinking successful our rearview mirror.

Reporting connected nan crushed successful bluish Mexico comes pinch definite risks and main among them is unexpectedly coming face-to-face pinch gunmen.

I'd travel to La Linea Cartel territory, a immense precocious godforsaken region westbound of Ciudad Juárez, to archive a portion of nan migrant situation that fewer ever see: nan smuggling of vulnerable criminals into America.

Juárez is simply a crime-ravaged metropolis astatine nan junction of nan New Mexico, Texas and Mexico borders.

Over nan past 3 years, tens of thousands of migrants person traveled present to willingly move themselves complete to U.S. Border Patrol agents extracurricular of El Paso, Texas.

These migrants dream to subordinate nan galore millions, who've been processed and released into nan U.S. connected nan sole information that they yet nutrient a morganatic logic for being successful nan country.

But a fewer miles westbound of Juárez, it's a different story.

Here, migrants – astatine awesome disbursal and sizeable consequence – do everything they tin to debar American rule enforcement. That's because immoderate person criminal records that would necessitate their instant removal from nan U.S.

Juárez is simply a crime-ravaged metropolis that sits astatine nan junction of nan New Mexico , Texas and Mexico borders. (Above) Migrants successful east Juárez trim done Texas authorities fortifications connected nan U.S. separator connected April 3, 2024

Tens of thousands of migrants person traveled to eastbound Juárez, crossed from El Paso, complete nan past fewer years to move themselves successful to U.S. Border Patrol. (Above) Sprawling migrant encampment connected Texas border

These migrants dream to subordinate nan galore millions, who've been processed and released into nan U.S. connected nan sole information that they yet nutrient a morganatic logic for being successful nan country.

'Migrants pinch criminal convictions encountered by El Paso Sector agents see aggravated felons specified arsenic activity offenders, kid predators and supplier traffickers,' noted 1 U.S. Customs and Border Protection news merchandise successful February. 'Some of nan migrants encountered person pack aliases Mexican Drug Cartel affiliations.'

Even nether President Joe Biden's permissive migration policies, these individuals wouldn't beryllium knowingly permitted to participate nan U.S. So, these illegals find different way.

Traveling on Mexico's Highway 174, which parallels an 8-mile agelong of alloy mesh separator wall built 2 decades ago, John (my Mexican-American translator) and I spied 5 men astir to standard a hand-made ligament ladder.

We'd skidded to a dusty extremity and nan migrants dropped to their bellies.

Known to U.S. rule enforcement arsenic 'runners,' these forbidden crossers effort to sneak crossed nan separator undetected.

Former Trump management Border Patrol Chief told maine that immoderate of these 'runners' are, 'among nan worst of nan worst convulsive offenders that are now successful nan United States and "running" is nan closest they travel to a guaranteed measurement to participate nan U.S.'

John and I identified ourselves to nan 5 men arsenic 'periodistas' (journalists) and they started clambering up and complete nan 17-foot obstruction to nan U.S. side, arsenic I filmed.

Suddenly, 2 cartel men appeared, seemingly materializing retired of nan brush.

One of them was visibly equipped pinch a small-caliber metallic pistol successful his waistband.

They were 'halcones' – Spanish for falcons – cartel section spies.

We'd skidded to a dusty extremity and nan migrants dropped to their bellies (shown above). Known to Border Patrol arsenic 'runners,' these forbidden crossers effort to enactment hidden.

One of them was visibly equipped pinch a small-caliber metallic pistol successful his waistband. They're 'halcones' – Spanish for falcons – cartel section spies. (Above) Drone image of cartel halcones successful Juarez godforsaken connected April 2, 2024

Further on Highway 174, we encountered different group of 7 men (above) climbing nan wall erstwhile Border Patrol vehicles pulled up connected nan U.S. broadside of nan fence.

Their occupation was to protect this lucrative smuggling route.

Illegals salary upwards of $5,000 each for a crossing and pickup connected nan U.S. side. Often, young women who can't spend nan interest activity disconnected their debts successful Houston portion clubs.

The 'halcones' suspected that we were trafficking migrants done their territory.

'We cognize you didn't pay,' 1 of them yelled astatine us.

'No. No. No!' John objected.

'They're not ours,' he pleaded. 'We're journalists.'

John showed nan cartel soldiers our video and they accepted our story. But they ordered america to extremity filming and went to settee up pinch nan runners.

We didn't hold astir to spot really things turned out.

As we continued driving on nan wall, I kept my eyes connected nan desert.

Halcones were spaced evenly each fewer 100 yards. One had a brace of binoculars glued to his look surveilling a conception of nan wall.

Further on Highway 174, we encountered different group of 7 men climbing nan wall erstwhile Border Patrol vehicles pulled up connected nan U.S. broadside of nan fence.

The runners retreated and started stepping towards nan road erstwhile a achromatic Cadillac Escalade drove up down us.

It was them, again.

Cartel.

But nan brazen smugglers weren't willing successful American journalists exposing their operations.

We identified ourselves arsenic 'periodistas' (journalists) and nan runners started clambering up and complete nan 30-foot obstruction to nan U.S. side, arsenic I filmed.

A man crouched connected nan New Mexico broadside welding three-foot, quadrate metallic patches complete holes ample capable for a man to compression through. (Above) Welder useful connected separator wall from U.S. broadside connected April 2, 2024

Patches connected nan separator wall westbound of Juárez show wherever cartel smugglers person trim holes that've been repaired by American contractors

They were location to prime up their customers, who'll apt proceed this cat-and-mouse crippled pinch Border Patrol until they find a measurement to covertly cross.

Another fewer miles west, I noticed sparks flying from nan alloy mesh wall.

A man crouched connected nan New Mexico broadside welding three-foot, quadrate metallic patches complete holes ample capable for a man to compression through.

The worker wouldn't springiness maine his sanction but revealed he was a U.S. authorities contractor hired a twelvemonth agone to repair nan cuts.

'We conscionable capable nan holes, sir,' he said. 'Fill everything that gets trim done and past move connected to nan adjacent one.'

Aren't you moving yourself retired of a job, I asked.

'Honestly, it doesn't matter,' he laughed. 'Every clip we hole a hole, they're cutting different a 4th mile down. It's nonstop, time and night.'

Individuals who sneak into nan state undetected are called 'gotaways,' by U.S. Border Patrol. An estimated 2 cardinal 'gotaways' person entered nan U.S. since President Biden was inaugurated.

Border Patrol sources told maine that nan San Isidro Border Patrol position that covers this region tally 200 'gotaways' successful this area each azygous night.

The Texas Department of Public Safety, successful practice pinch nan National Guard and authorities troopers, has constructed miles of obstruction and razor ligament fortifications that lucifer thing retired of nan First World War.

Texas fortifications connected Mexico border

Sprawling migrant encampments (above) of hundreds person now sprung up successful nan riverbed beneath nan Texas obstruction line. At night, nan migrants ray fires to lukewarm themselves.

'It's wholly retired of control. They're everywhere,' retired Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) intelligence operations Captain Jaeson Jones said.

Back successful eastbound Juárez, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has mostly unopen down these forbidden crossings.

The Texas DPS, successful practice pinch nan National Guard and authorities troopers, has constructed miles of obstruction and razor ligament fortifications that lucifer thing retired of nan First World War. And now, heavy equipped Mexican constabulary and service troops patrol nan area scooping up immoderate migrants and busing them to increasing migrant camps successful confederate Mexico.

But still, sprawling migrant encampments of hundreds person sprung up successful nan riverbed beneath nan Texas obstruction line. At night, nan migrants ray fires to lukewarm themselves. Their camps look for illustration those of an service laying siege to a castle.

On March 21, hundreds of mostly antheral migrants tore down a obstruction and charged done a statement of outnumbered National Guard and authorities troopers.

In response, Texas separator officials told maine they're now utilizing non-lethal crowd power methods, for illustration capsicum balls, which tin beryllium fired astatine crowds and merchandise a temporarily blinding, burning powder unreality upon impact.

(Above) The camps look for illustration those of an service laying siege to a castle.

The Texan defenses and Mexico's crackdown person surely slowed this relentless migrant march to nan border, but nan travel hasn't been stopped completely.

Over 200 migrants were charged pinch participating successful that March 21 riot. On Sunday, an El Paso magistrate judge ordered nan 'arrestees' released from custody pending bail hearings.

The Texan defenses and Mexico's crackdown person surely slowed this relentless migrant march to nan border, but nan travel hasn't been stopped completely.

At dawn connected Wednesday, half a twelve men successful hoods crept up from nan riverbed campy to chop done nan razor ligament and chain-link pinch bolt cutters.

Illuminated by flood lights connected nan Texas side, nan men clipped and pulled isolated nan fencing, moreover arsenic a rule enforcement conveyance watched on.

Meanwhile, westbound of Juarez, cartels proceed to tally their vulnerable customers into nan U.S. without detection.

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