3/1/2005 - Mexico - "Fill in these tunnels"...U.S.-Mexico Tunnel Opening Found at Residence
Mexico, >and believe the passage ends about 100 yards north in a residential>Los Angeles Times
>U.S.-Mexico Tunnel Opening Found at Residence
>Federal agents seek search warrant for the Calexico home where the passage
>By Richard Marosi
>Times Staff Writer
>March 1, 2005
>SAN DIEGO - U.S. and Mexican authorities investigating a cross-border
>tunnel found the entrance in a middle-class residence in Mexicali,
area of >Calexico, Calif.
>a >home near the border fence with Mexico. It was the third tunnel
>U.S. federal agents asked a judge for a search warrant Monday to enter
discovered in the area in 15 months.
>Authorities suspect the tunnel was used to ferry drugs across the
>constructed >tunnels that we have discovered to date," said Lauren Mack, a
>"It appears to be one of the most sophisticated and elaborately
spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
>The 3-foot-by-5-foot passage, which started in a back bedroom of the
>Mexicali home, is equipped with ventilation and lighting systems, and
>with wood beams for support.security,
>Outside the entrance, a closed-circuit camera system provided
>Mexican authorities said.high-tech
>The residence was found abandoned, and no arrests have been made.
>The tunnel was discovered last week by U.S. federal agents using
>earth-probing equipment that detects subterranean anomalies.to
>Because of the possibility of a tunnel collapse, agents used a robot
>pinpoint the location of the tunnel exit on the U.S. side.
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