To set up the video at the end of this article, I need to take you back to February 23, 2009 when Arizona State Senator Jonathan Paton (R-Tucson) invited law enforcement officials to the Capital for a hearing. Paton asked the officers to describe how bad the border violence has become in Arizona. What the Senate Judiciary Committee learned was that Pima and Cochise counties were seeing an alarming increase of more and more “Rape Trees”. These are memorials, if you will, that are left behind by Mexican drug cartel members, and illegal male immigrants who have raped illegal female immigrants and then forced their victims to hang their clothes, usually panties or bras, on trees. With seized weapons on display, the officials described how
border violence plays out in human smuggling, home invasions, rapes,
auto thefts, and kidnappings.
The pictures below were taken by a “Minuteman Border Patrol” volunteer. A rape tree is what Mexican illegals create with the panties and bras of the women they have raped along the trail to America. After they have had their way with the women and young girls, they force them to hang their panties or bras, on the trees as a sign of their conquest. On this trip the Minutemen found only 3 such trees, the last trip they found 4. Now that may not seem like a lot, but you must remember that the Sanoran Desert encompasses 120,000 square miles in Arizona, California, and Mexico. That makes for a lot of rape trees that may never be discovered.
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