Two Mysterious Tunnels Discovered In California – Where They Lead Is Disturbing


April 30, 2015 10:27am PST

In a span of just two days, two mysterious tunnels were discovered in California, and where they led was downright disturbing.

According to Breitbart, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents have announced that they found two drug tunnels this week stretching between the California-Mexico border.

The first tunnel stretched 230 feet from Mexicali to Calexico in Southern California, and it was four feet high and four feet wide. The tunnel, which was complete with both lighting and ventilation, began in a private Mexicali home. It was discovered by Border Patrol’s search and rescue team after agents caught four men carrying 69 pounds of methamphetamine near the All-American Canal. These drugs were valued at a total of $694,000.

The second tunnel, which was 220 yards in length, was equipped with lighting and a railway system with a cart. This tunnel started in a private home in Tijuana, Mexico, which is also near the border. However, it did not yet have an opening on the U.S. side, and agents found it while investigating what they thought was a sinkhole near the San Yrsido point of entry.

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These tunnels are extremely valuable for Mexican drug cartels, and they are also very hard to find. However, thanks to the hard work of our federal agents, over 80 have been found since 2006.

Despite this, experts estimate there are still many more that have not been found, and these tunnels are being used to transport drugs and illegals into our country at this very moment. Some of these tunnels are even used by ISIS terrorists to infiltrate the U.S., so none of us will be safe until all of these tunnels are found and destroyed.


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