He pleaded guilty to illegal discharge of a firearm and served two years in jail.
After serving six years, he was honorably discharged.Most of the detainees wore military-style clothing, a woman of 16 years of age indicated that training had just started, that they had been sent to the training camp so they could learn how to fight in order to fight for a plaza soon.She also said that they were paid 8,000 pesos a month.But several bad choices led him to that dusty street in Tijuana.His most important choice is what has tripped up many of the men at The Bunker.Those arrested were identified as Arnold Almaza Meza, 19, a native of Veracruz, Maria Guadalupe Sandoval Palma, 21, Tabasco, Zacatecas, Ana Lilia García García, 18, Tabasco, Zacatecas, Alejandra Frausto Sandra Garcia 18, Tabasco, Zacatecas, Beatriz Barrientos Hernandez, 21, Jalapa, Veracruz, Humberto Felix Loera, 35, of San Cristobal de la Barranca, Jalisco, Christopher Espinoza Gonzalez, 35, of San Cristóbal de la Barranca, Jalisco, Isela, 16, Tabasco, Zacatecas, Maria Celeste, 16, Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, Paul Omar, 16, Jalapa, Veracruz.
Authorities also managed to secure six AR-15 rifles, three AK-47 rifles, one M-60 machine gun, 33 magazines, more than 500 rounds of ammunition, a grenade launcher, two grenades, camping equipment, tactical gear, communication equipment , insignia of Los Zetas, a 2009 armored Ford Lobo, a armored Hummer, two Chevrolet trucks, among other things.
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He said the hardest part of being in Tijuana is being separated from his daughter, who he dreams of being reunited with everyday. "She's the love of my life, and she's the one who gets me through those bad days," he said tearing up.
"There were times when I would take her to the border and she would cry like, 'Why can't you just come home with me?
He was informed that because he was a green card holder and not a citizen, he was no longer able to stay in the United States. There was no redemption for his plea of guilty or for his time served in jail. He's the leader of a group of banished veterans who live in Tijuana, Mexico. "The Bunker" is where they work on trying to return home, an effort led by Barajas himself.