U.S. Consulate Admits No Supporting Evidence to Issue Travel Warning to Rocky Point
Without any credible evidence to substantiate the claim, The U.S Consulate issued a travel warning about the travel safety to and from Rocky Point Mexico. They have now admitted that they have no evidence or witnesses to back up this claim. The emotionally charged warning was written by a civilian who is a volunteer at the Consulate. The business community in Rocky Point feel they have been targeted by the U.S. Consulate unfairly and that their business and reputation has been damaged by this now admitted erroneous accusation.
(Vocus/PRWEB ) May 27, 2010 -- The U.S. Consulate in Nogales, Sonora commonly releases travel advisories for different parts of Mexico, but the most recent warrant, which was released on May 19, 2010, left many people on both sides of the border wondering where the Consulate was receiving this alarming information. It stated that "...unauthorized checkpoints have been set up by unknown persons at night"... and ..."motorists who have not stopped at unofficial checkpoints have been shot at and killed"... Because of this, Seaside Reservations, a Rocky Point property management company along with many other American owned businesses have suffered economic loss unnecessarily.
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