US Owned Mexican Railroad Transporting Thousands of Illegals to US Border Facing Charges in Mexico

In 2005, Kansas City Southern (KSC) purchased Mexican Railroad TFM, S.A. de C.V.. The purchase, which included all of the common stock held by the parent company, was done to create a NAFTA railroad. NAFTA or the North American Free Trade Agreement was a trade agreement signed by the US, Canada and Mexico to form a trilateral trade bloc designed to boost trade and the economy of the three North American countries.

These days, the KCSM (Kansas City Southern de Mexico) railroad still runs from southern Mexico to the US border and is transporting more than just trade goods.

In response to the dangers presented by the Death Train has prompted the attorney general of the Mexican state of Veracruz to file criminal complaints with federal prosecutors against KCS and Ferrosur, the Mexican railway operating the train through central Mexico. The charges include robbery, human trafficking, kidnapping, murder and extortion.

Is it really any surprise that an American based company is providing a major mode of transportation for thousands of Central and Southern American illegals? After all, it’s an America president that was openly inviting them here with the promise of amnesty, so why shouldn’t an American railroad help bring them to our border?