Victor Avila is still seeking justice for the cartel execution of partner,agent Jaime Zapata,12 years later. Murder charge now dismissed by DC court
Victor Avila to appear in DC federal court this week for the Los Zetas cartel sentencing on the execution of his partner, border patrol agent Jaime Zapata. Avila invites concerned citizens to fill the court. Announced Angie Wong President of Legacy PAC
By: Legacy PAC
On February 15, 2011, ICE/HSI Special Agents Victor Avila and Jaime Zapata were ambushed by 8 members of Los Zetas Cartel while on official assignment in Mexico. Special Agent Zapata tragically lost his life in the line of duty while Special Agent Avila survived multiple gunshots.
About three weeks prior to the incident the U.S Embassy had issued an alert stating not to travel on highway 57. The alerts and intelligence were ignored by Avila's supervisors who ordered the mission. On highway 57 Two SUVs with armed cartel rammed them off the agents off highway and through a slightly opened window shot the agents with an AK-47 and handgun. After 40 minutes of waiting for a helicopter Zapata succumbed to his injuries in the San Luis Potosi hospital.
In 2019 the D.C. court of appeals dismissed the murder charge against cartel members Docket 1:13-cr-00143-
"Only a secure border and courts imposing maximum sentences will deter the cartel from continued murder and human/drug trafficking,"
Victor Avila is running for congress in a primary against Rep.Tony Gonzales in Texas 23rd congressional district. Gonzalez has been censured by the Texas GOP for voting against securing the border. https://www.victoravilaforcongress.com/
Veterans for Trump is partnered with us at Legacy PAC. The Veterans organization issued an endorsed for Victor Avila to oust Gonzalez this primary cycle. https://veteransforamericafirst.org/
Join the fight for saving America:
Your monthly donation of just $10 will help us win the battle
WATCH Victor Avila Interview with Stan Fitzgerald about the dismissal of the murder charge: https://www.youtube.com/
Account Email Address Account Phone Number Disclaimer Report Abuse