WATCH: Man Captures Carjacking Attempt On Film In Albuquerque, New MexicoChris Menahan
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This is the state of lawlessness in America after eight years of Obama.
A quick-thinking driver in Albuquerque, New Mexico, managed to avoid a car jacking attempt, and it was all captured on his dash cam.WATCH:
Here's the driver's story via YouTube:
Albuquerque, New Mexico Dec-6-2016 11:30 PM off of Central and San Mateo intersection. A friend was afraid to go to this store that late by herself since the parking lot around it is a bit sketchy, I live a couple of blocks and was hungry so I decided to accompany her to the store for a bit and look around then leave and check out Carls Jr. I walked back to my car and you can hear me say goodbye and good night. I take off and you can see the car pull out, drive in front of my friend still sitting in the lot then behind me exiting the parking lot. if you look at both angles, you can see he followed me from the get go. The police officer also said my driving was decent given the circumstances. I handled the situation correctly by not stopping and engaging. whatever they threw at me did not damage my vehicle at all. Since the license plates arent clearly visible, APD can not pursue this matter any further. Im just glad I was able to go home safe and sound.Such carjackings are now a regular occurrence in once-peaceful Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The carjackers are overwhelmingly Latino gang members from Mexico and South America, many of whom are under 18.
Police told KRQE in 2013 there are over 300 active gangs in Albuquerque, New Mexico who are making millions of dollars off selling drugs and other crimes.
The wall can't come soon enough.
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