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Let me start with a disclaimer:
I was unable to verify the accuracy of this report. It came to be by way of a Grumpy Opinions Contributor, in this case the name of the contributor is probably best kept anonymous. The contributor received the information in an email and passed it on to me. I was able to locate one other website that had exactly the same e-mail posted. The other website America Under Seize also chose to not to reveal whoever they received e-mail from. I was able to locate copies of the e-mail on a couple other sites but they were clearly very poorly done copy and paste jobs.
The Raid is reported to have occurred March 2nd of this year..
Update— 01-04-2012 2350hrs edt
Lady Raven found several of the same photo’s posted on the Website Above Top Secret— thier post is dated 21-06-2010 and claims
Enough ammunition to outfit a small army was confiscated.
Military caps and equipment were among the cache of weapons.
All types of assault weapons were among the cache
Many were military grade weapons with plenty of ammo.
It was a major asenal of weapons including grenade launchers.
(Seen a little to the right of center picture.)
Not only weapons, but also vehicles believed to have been stolen were found at the site.
One smuggler was killed during the operation when he fired on the border patrol agents.
See cellular phones!
Arizona does not require a “Front” license plate!
Numerous Police style bullet proof vests were found in one vehicle.
More than 200 large weapons were confiscated along with about 30 smaller arms
2 grenade launchers were among the cache
It appears these guys intended to portray themselves as police officers or military men.
Each and every vehicle checked had been reported Stolen in the USA in the recent past! $380,000 worth Of stolen vehicles were recovered.
More than 60 grenades of varrying size were found Arabic writing was found on them.
Numerous Hand guns with loaded clips were also found in the cache.
The weapons sure as hell appear to be real, unless this is a movie set or someone went to a lot of time and expense just to set up a photo shoot my guess is they are legitimate.
It is unclear whether the stuff was headed North or South.. Many of the weapons appear to be Russian and Chinese– The lettering on the grenades was Arabic
One thing is clear, this stuff was not purchased across the counter at a gun shop … I’ve never asked but I don’t think they sell frag grenades and grenade launchers