Over the past year, I’ve blogged about the Border Patrol buildup in Washington State on several occasions:
Most recently, concerned individuals and organizations in Washington State banned together to counter further Border Patrol encroachment into their local communities and on individual rights. Their website, BORDER PATROL FREE, highlights Border Patrol aggression in the area and provides information and assistance to individuals on how they can protect themselves along with reporting abusive Border Patrol activity they encounter.
Continue reading “The Border Patrol Free Zone…”
This is a quick update regarding the December 20, 2008 U.S. Border Patrol/tribal police encounter I previously discussed here.
Tribal police officer Robert Carrasco, Badge #166, with the Tohono O’odham Police Department worked closely with U.S. Border Patrol Agents to maliciously cite me for impeding traffic while I was being seized by armed federal agents in front of two stop signs at a Homeland Security checkpoint.
Officer Carrasco appears to the right in the photo above while the two Border Patrol agents who left their checkpoint posts to assist Officer Carrasco with impeding my right to travel after waving me through the DHS checkpoint appear to the left.
Continue reading “Pre-hearing Discovery Motion Submitted”
In April of 2006, the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General released an audit report titled Detention and Removal of Illegal Aliens. The report centered around ICE’s Office of Detention and Removal (DRO) and highlighted the fact that the office releases approximately 36% of all illegal aliens apprehended and detained by Customs and Border Protection every year. These individuals are released into the country either on bond while awaiting the results of their immigration cases or on their own recognizance.
Continue reading “ICE Lies To Congress, Shifts Target of Immigrant Raids”