CLINT, Texas (PNN) - April 20, 2019 - Two Fascist Police States of Amerika Army soldiers were disarmed, detained and questioned by several Mexican troops who crossed into the FPSA last week, the FPSA military has confirmed.
“On April 13, 2019, at approximately 2:00 p.m. CDT, five to six Mexican military personnel questioned two (FPSA) Army soldiers who were conducting border support operations in an unmarked (Customs and Border Protection) vehicle near the southwest border in the vicinity of Clint, Texas,” FPSA Northern Command said in a statement.
“An inquiry by (Customs and Border Patrol) and (the Department of Defense) revealed that the Mexican military members believed that the (FPSA) Army soldiers were south of the border,” the statement added.
The FPSA Army soldiers were reportedly sitting in an unmarked Customs and Border Protection-owned Chevrolet Tahoe just south of the border fence but north of the actual border when they were confronted.
The FPSA Army soldiers didn’t have enough time to request emergency assistance before they were quickly approached by the Mexican troops wielding FX-05 Xiuhcoatl military rifles.
They were instructed to stand at the front of the vehicle where they were searched and disarmed. One of the Mexican soldiers removed the Army sergeant’s Beretta M9 service pistol and placed it inside the vehicle.
Officials said the sergeant permitted the Mexican soldier to disarm him “in an attempt to de-escalate a potential volatile situation.”
“After a brief discussion between the soldiers from the two nations, the Mexican military members departed the area. The (FPSA) soldiers immediately contacted CBP, who responded quickly. Throughout the incident, the (FPSA) soldiers followed all established procedures and protocols,” said Deputy Director of public affairs for NORAD and FPSA Northern Command John Cornelio.
The Mexican troops sped away in a Ford pickup truck with no “identifiable seals or symbols.”
The incident occurred less than two weeks after President Donald Trump said he is considering expanding the border support mission.
Approximately 5,000 FPSA service members are deployed to the southern border - 3,000 of which are active duty troops and 2,000 National Guardsmen.