Tamaulipas, Mexico is a border state. Like all border states in Mexico, it has its share of problems with drug cartels, gang violence and corrupt cops. Now we can add UFOs to the list.
One of the easiest and most effective ways that drug cartels smuggle dope is through the use of Ultralight aircraft. These small engine gliders are used because of their stealth, ease of piloting and ability to carry heavy loads. They sail across the U.S. border and drop deliveries of a few hundred pounds to the awaiting mules.
What began with a few flights in Arizona in 2008 is now common from Texas to California’s Imperial Valley and, mostly recently, San Diego, where at least two ultralights suspected of carrying drugs have been detected flying over Interstate 8, according to U.S. border authorities.
The number of incursions by ultralights reached 228 in the last federal fiscal year ending Sept. 30, almost double from the previous year. Seventy-one have been detected in this fiscal year through April, according to border authorities. —LA Times
In a popular paranormal radio show (Mas Alla con Carlos Acevedo) the host had mention on his blog the video of a supposed “Top secret US craft, or possible UFO”. The video is from a paranormal team who managed to record a silent “triangle UFO” as it flew above the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas, which is only a stone’s throw to the U.S. border.
Watch the following video that was posted on YouTube by cazaleyendasurbanas:
There are several possibilities here. One is that this could be a Border Patrol aircraft, doing reconnaissance flights. That would make sense to me, but most drones that the U.S. Border Patrol uses don’t look like an Ultralight aircraft.
The other possibility is that this is a drug smuggler in action. Which leads to my next question: Why would they fly the drugs during broad daylight?
What say you?
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