Found this via Wirecutter.

Tijuana Municipal Police were summoned to colonia Amparo Sanchez last Thursday after citizens observed a pack of street dogs fighting over a severed human head presumably dumped there. Residents reported the incident at approximately 6:30 pm, according to local media.

Police were later able to secure the head and handed the scene over to the forensic medical services team from the state attorney general’s office. No information was available on the identity of the victim, nor were other remains located.

I followed the link to the original Mexican source to find out that the head was not the only event that happened in that neighborhood. A couple of hours earlier, authorities responded to two shootings with three people dead and one wounded. Since all of the dead seem to have their heads attached, it is not far-fetched to deduct there is still a body somewhere playing the Headless Burro-Man.

Don’t forget, Abolish ICE because nothing says we are an open and culturally inviting country accepting everybody’s ways than seeing a pack of dogs playing soccer with a human head in front of your home.

Keep asking who benefits if ICE is abolished and why do you have US Politicians so willing to do their bidding.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

3 thoughts on “Abolish ICE: Dogs having fun with a human head.”
  1. Yesterday’s WSJ had an op-ed by Bobby Jindal (not a great source, admittedly). He commented on the Abolish ICE movement in the Democratic party. One interesting comment was that the activists who pushed that notion are now pushing for “abolish prisons”.
    Hm. I hadn’t heard that anywhere else. I wonder if it’s real. If so, while “abolish ICE” is a lead balloon, this one sounds like a Lead Hindenburg.

    1. I suspect its the other way around. I’ve heard the “abolish prisons” nonsense longer than abolish ICE.

      1. I hadn’t heard it. But the interesting point is that the op-ed implied that this may be the next far left rallying cry. If so, I’ll apply Napoleon’s rule (“Never stop an opponent in the process of making a mistake”).

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