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Feds Have Contingency Plan if Mexican Drug Violence Spills Across U.S. Border

With the crazy drug violence in Mexico spreading, U.S. authorities have drawn up a plan to combat any violence that spills over into our borders. Should we be worried?

By ALICIA A. CALDWELL and EILEEN SULLIVAN
Associated Press Writers
EL PASO, Texas — If Mexican drug violence spills across the U.S. border, Homeland Security officials say they have a contingency plan to assist border areas that includes bringing in the military.
“It’s a common sense extension of our continued work with our state, local, and tribal partners in securing the southwest border,” DHS spokeswoman Amy Kudwa said Friday.
Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, who described the contingency plan in an interview with The New York Times this week, said he ordered specific plans to be drawn up this summer as violence in Mexico continued to mount.
The plan includes federal homeland security agents helping local authorities and maybe even military assistance from the Department of Defense, possibly including aircraft, armored vehicles and special teams to go to areas overwhelmed with violence, authorities said.
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