On 3-14, a certain website made the claim that: “Eyewitness Trucker Delivers Food To Chinese Troops South Of Laredo Texas In Mexico”.
In that post it was stated: “A very worried trucker, spent time in relating to me his account of delivering a tractor trailer load of food to a Chinese military camp 60 miles south of Laredo, Texas. When I questioned him this is what he stated. The camp is 2 miles wide by 3 miles long. There are 10,000 armored vehicles. It blew my mind!
I asked him how he calculated the number of armored vehicles and he said he had time to physically count the rows of armored vehicles as the Chinese soldiers unloaded his trailer. He further stated that each armored vehicle could hold between 8-10 men. He went on to relate that he was escorted into Mexico from Texas by Mexican Federal Police so that the truck wouldn’t be hijacked by bandits. He stated that living quarters were shipping containers modified to accommodate the soldiers and were positioned neatly in rows. Water tanks, generators and communications complex, a full military base was operational and in place”.
http://www.stevequayle.com/News.alert/11_Global/110315.alert.CH.troops.html– (Note: This post has been removed and replaced by the newer one. – Original Post can still be seen at: http://vaticproject.blogspot.com/2011/03/eyewitness-trucker-delivers-food-to.html ).
OK. So far we have: Chinese military camp, 2 miles wide by 3 miles long, 10,000 armored vehicles, Chinese soldiers unloaded the trailer, living quarters were shipping containers modified to accommodate the soldiers and were positioned neatly in rows, Water tanks and generators and communications complex, a full military base was operational and in place.
But now, on 3-21, that certain website made the claim that: “Chinese In Mexico Followup–From The Truck Driver Himself”.
In this post it was stated: “I drive trucks. Approximately 60 miles south of Laredo, Texas there is a facility that has Chinese Armored Vehicles and MANY containers. I delivered some kind of groceries to them. The Mexican escort vehicles (who I phoned as per the Bill of Lading) met me at Customs and lead
me there. One of the officers was in my passenger seat as we proceeded to the delivery point, off of Highway 85. He asked me to unplug my Garmin, unplug my CB coax, and take the battery out of my cell phone. Escorts in front and rear. Black Ford pickups with some kinda emblem on the door. Lights on the roll bar. Several roadblocks and several miles later, we came to what looked like a port facility where containers and vehicles were stored. My Escort pointed me to the dock that I backed up to and I unlocked my trailer door for them. They broke the seal and kept the paperwork. Normal Gate Guard personnel, M-4s or look-alikes, 3 warehouse people on fork trucks. Fence all around the appox 2×3 mile complex, with the Fence Sensors. Armored Vehicles were lined up in blocks of 8 deep and 10 wide and some 20 wide. All types, Type 89 and 90 APCs or IFVs, and all the variants of whatever they call them. Wheeled ZBF-05s, all variants. It looked like a storage point with all the dust on them. Thirty minutes, I was unloaded and escorted out and back to the US Border. I plugged my Garmin back in and hooked up my coax to the CB at the Pilot truck stop, up the road. Now you may think this Security is odd, but it is standard. At certain Navy sites I have been to, I needed to leave all pocket items, lighters and ID at the Gate. The Escort rides with me to the warehouse. At the Rocky Mtn Arsenal Depot, I could not look in my mirrors while being unloaded. Not many troops were seen. This was a supply depot”.
Now all of the sudden it’s a: Facility that has Chinese Armored Vehicles and MANY containers, a port facility where containers and vehicles were stored, Normal Gate Guard personnel, M-4s or look-alikes, 3 warehouse people on fork trucks, 2×3 mile complex, looked like a storage point, (APC’s) with dust on them, not many troops were seen, this was a supply depot.
First story says “A full military base was operational and in place, with Chinese Troops, 10,000 APC’s”; second one says “A Facility, Not many troops were seen. APC’s covered in dust, This was a supply depot”.
These are 2 completely different stories. So which is it? A fully operational Chinese military base; or just a storage facility?
It would appear that somebody is not telling the truth here! Perhaps this is why the the first story has now suddenly been replaced? And as of this writing, NO explanation as to the huge difference in the strories has been given.