Tour a seven-mile gap of totally open border in San Diego County, California. This gap is close to the town of Dulzura. Tour more such border gaps at this Facebook playlist link: Tour Gaps In The Border Fence
View on Bitchute: Tour Seven-Mile Border Gap In Marron Valley, Near San Diego
Mentioned in the video, the US Consulate employee that was shot and killed in this area was working for the US Department of Agriculture collecting insect samples at the border. He was a Mexican citizen. The Consulate issued him a white government truck that looked a lot like a police vehicle. It had a flashing light bar on top. Then they sent him into known, frequent smuggling territory to collect insects for analysis. So, the smugglers thought he was some kind of undercover law enforcement agent snooping on them and they killed him.
Link about the US consulate employee killed in 2020 near Marron Valley.
UPDATE: US Consulate employee in Tijuana shot nine times; one in custody for the murder
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