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El Paso widow recalls husband’s 2015 disappearance, pleads for Border Wall



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EL PASO – "Moms for America" visited with a woman in El Paso that lost her husband to violent drug cartels that invaded their ranch on the Mexican border. 

On behalf of Moms for America, Will County's Debbie Kraulidis interviewed Liz Uribe-Sinclair, whose husband disappeared in 2015 after Mexican gang members threatened him for testifying against them in a crime case.

She describes drug cartels, murders, kidnapping, human trafficking with women and children – that had taken over the region and caused them to abandon their Mexican ranch.

Ms. Sinclair says she's not Democrat or Republican – but that there needs to be a barrier along the border to protect Americans like her late husband. 


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