Monday, July 22, 2019

MixedTimes - Bob Price

Border Patrol Agents Bust Convicted MS-13 Member

Border Patrol Agents Bust Convicted MS-13 Member

Border Patrol agents assigned to the Ajo Station in southwestern Arizona arrested a previously deported MS-13 gang member. The man had multiple convictions; including violent felonies.

Border Patrol Morale at Highest Level, Says Agent

Border Patrol Morale at Highest Level, Says Agent

U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brandon Judd said the morale of the agents he represents through the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) is at its highest level in 20 years.

25 Border Patrol Agents Assaulted in June

25 Border Patrol Agents Assaulted in June

Criminal aliens assaulted Border Patrol agents 25 times in the month of June, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials reported. Since the beginning of this fiscal year, 583 have faced violence.

Border Patrol Prosecutes 565 First-time Border Crossers in June

Border Patrol Prosecutes 565 First-time Border Crossers in June

Border Patrol officials in the Tucson Sector forwarded 565 first-time illegal alien crossers for prosecution under a recently re-implemented program. The program subjects first-time crossers to a misdemeanor offense as a deterrent.

Criminal Aliens Drawn to Sanctuary Cities, Says AG Sessions

Criminal Aliens Drawn to Sanctuary Cities, Says AG Sessions

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions told a conference attended by state and local law enforcement officers that criminal aliens are drawn to sanctuary cities. He blamed politicians, not the cops for refusing to cooperate with immigration officials--making their communities less safe.

DACA Might Not Survive Legal Challenge, Says DHS Secretary Kelly

DACA Might Not Survive Legal Challenge, Says DHS Secretary Kelly

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary John Kelly admitted that the Obama executive action program known as Deferred Action Against Childhood Arrivals (DACA) might not survive a legal challenge threatened by Texas and ten other states.

Sanctuary NYC Ignores Warrant, Releases Dominican Dealer

Sanctuary NYC Ignores Warrant, Releases Dominican Dealer

Despite an immigration detainer and an arrest warrant from a judge, officials in sanctuary New York City released a drug dealer onto the streets. Immigration agents moved quickly to arrest the previously deported Dominican national before he could commit other crimes.

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