A poorly guarded Mexican prison just across the border from Laredo, Texas allowed "about" 140 inmates to escape on Friday.
Gee, I wonder where they'll go?
Officials think that between 141 and 148 prisoners got away. That's right, they don't even know who's gone, but they figure it was about ten percent of the jail's total population. Although unsure of exactly which prisoners they're missing, the government says that most of the jail houses violent offenders, mostly Gulf and Zeta gang members in on drug and weapons charges.
According to the Mexican government, this sort of thing happens frequently because undertrained, underpaid and overworked guards can make more from the gangs by turning a blind eye.
But don't worry. We don't need to protect our border... The left tells us that only the poor Mexicans who want a job and live quietly in the shadows come here; you know, "undocumented immigrants." I'm sure these violent gang members know that too, and went south, right?
Sure. And once again, we have silence from our midstream media on the matter.