Media headlines are saying a “Memphis man” beat a four-month-old baby to death upon learning he wasn’t the child’s father. Except the “Memphis man” is an illegal alien whom immigration authorities deported five times.
On April 13, Mexican military personnel questioned and disarmed two U.S. Army soldiers operating south of the border barrier but on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande.
Bad as the crisis is in the southwest for Customs and Border Protection, it doesn’t seem much better in the towns and cities where illegal aliens hide once they slip past CBP or CBP releases them.
FBI agents arrested the commander of the United Constitutional Patriots militia group on a federal complaint charging him with being a felon in possession of firearms.
If you want to know how bad illegal-alien crime is, you can get a good idea from a new feature at the website of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Caught at the Border: a Murderer Deported Three Times, Another Three-timer, and a Girl With the MeaslesWritten by R. Cort Kirkwood
This week, Customs and Border Protection caught a thrice-deported illegal convicted of murder in the United States, a Salvadoran also deported three times, and a child who crossed the border with a contagious disease.
Illegal-alien Smugglers Used Drone to Watch Border Patrol, 1,800 Illegals Nailed in El Paso Sector in One DayWritten by R. Cort Kirkwood
Drones, the Customs and Border Protection reports, are now a weapon to help illegals enter the United States. If that weren’t enough, on Tuesday, border agents collared 1,800 illegals in a single day.
The latest reports from Customs and Border Protection, and the news that smugglers are advertising in Central American newspapers, shows that border cops are up against a never-ending flow of people in large groups and drugs worth millions.
Thanks to the Trump administration’s refusal to stop its policy of catch and release, so many illegal aliens are roaming the streets of Yuma, Arizona, that the mayor declared a state of emergency.