Suspected Suicide Bomber Headed Toward America, Likely to Come to This State

Late last week, the Department of Homeland Security and Border Patrol were put on high alert after learning some terrifying new information.

A report came in that somewhere in Mexico there was a suicide bomber who may have been on his way to the United States.

According to Breitbart, authorities along the U.S. border are on alert after receiving a law enforcement intelligence warning about a possible suicide bomber heading north toward the U.S.-Mexico Border. Breitbart obtained an exclusive copy of the leaked official document from a source operating under the umbrella of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The official report was circulated to law enforcement partners along the U.S. border, the intelligence originated from Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and the report was circulated by Border Patrol Intelligence. Breitbart confirmed the authenticity of the document with multiple law enforcement sources; however, the details contained within the report have not been verified by Breitbart and the purpose of officials circulating the warning is to alert other authorities and to seek help in verifying the accuracy of the information.

While the report is authentic, it does not necessarily mean that the suicide bomber is certainly headed toward the U.S./Mexico Border, but it is possible.

The information was specific and ominous.

According to the document, on January 8, 2020, the Yuma Sector Operations Center received information from HSI about a previously deported Guatemalan national named [REDACTED] who was deported from California approximately a year ago. Information received claims that [REDACTED] may attempt to smuggle 4 males and 1 female (suspected suicide bomber) of Middle Eastern descent into the United States.

Iran may use any tactics at their disposal to try and infiltrate the U.S. including hiring or threatening someone in Mexico to try and smuggle terrorists across the border into California, or quite possibly other states.