Mexican drug cartels are recruiting US teens to perform hits in the United States and keeping them on retainer until needed. They are sleeper cells in the United States just waiting to carry out the orders of their leaders in Mexico. As you'll see in the CNN report below the two teens - whom they say are US citizens and I'd question whether they are anchor babies as they only seem to speak Spanish - were in custody years ago for murders. They were let back out on the streets and went on to kill other targets which included innocent victims of mistaken identity and relatives of their victims.
Top: Rosalio Reta
Bottom: Gabriel Cardona
Cardona had eyes tattooed on his lids
The two mentioned in the story, Rosalio Reta and Gabriel Cardona, were kept on $500 a week retainer and received up to 2 kilos of cocaine and $50,000 a hit.
All of this should really come as no surprise to those who have been paying attention to how open our southern border is. It has allowed every criminal element to infiltrate our country and form groups within the United States who could care less about citizens and legal residents living here. Drug cartels are finding an active and thriving group of thugs and criminals to work with here in the form of Hispanic gangs. Every American should be demanding enforcement of our laws for the security of our nation.
Reta, in Spanish street slang, describes his initiation as an assassin, at the age of 13, for the Mexican Gulf Cartel, one of the country's two major drug gangs.
"I thought I was Superman. I loved doing it, killing that first person," Reta says on the videotape obtained by CNN. "They tried to take the gun away, but it was like taking candy from kid."
Rosalio Reta and his friend, Gabriel Cardona, were members of a three-person cell of American teenagers working as cartel hit men in the United States, according to prosecutors. The third was arrested by Mexican authorities and stabbed to death in prison there three days later.
"There are sleeper cells in the U.S.," said Detective Garcia. "They're here, they're here in the United States."
All of this is being allowed in the United States due to the lack of enforcing our laws by our government.
Tipped by Reader LoneWolf