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In Mexico’s Drug War, Kingpins Fall While Kidnappings and Fear Rise

TUCSON, Arizona -- Drug lords in Mexico have officially been put on notice: President Enrique Peña Nieto is coming for you -- even though he said he would not two years ago. Despite the fact Mexico’s leader harshly criticized predecessor Felipe Calderón’s militarized “kingpin strategy” of going after the country’s top narcos, many of the drug war’s most notorious, violent, and wealthy cartel leaders are either sitting behind bars or buried six feet under via Peña Nieto’s orders -- three in the past two weeks alone. Oct 11, 2014 4:43 AM PT

MSM Presents Conflicting Data on Illegal Immigrant No-Shows

TUCSON, Arizona -- On October 7, the Wall Street Journal published a story that stated the vast majority of migrants who recently entered the US illegally are showing up for their scheduled deportation hearings. Specifically, it said between July 18 and September 30, about 85% of unaccompanied minors showed up for their scheduled first hearing, and the data was provided by the Executive Office for Immigration Review. However, a September 26 story from the Associated Press said Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Jeh Johnson acknowledged roughly 70% of recently arrived immigrant families failed to report in as ordered to immigration officers within 15 days of their arrival. Oct 10, 2014 5:27 AM PT

Border Area US Military Range Hotbed for Smugglers Due to Management, Say Whistleblowers

TUCSON, Arizona -- On July 14, Breitbart Texas revealed that an Arizona military testing facility was a hotbed of drug and human smuggling, partly due to its remote location and ineffective security protocols. The report also explained how security had been contracted out to a private company, and that Breitbart Texas sources had indicated managers of the Barry M. Goldwater Range (BMGR) were unhappy with the private company's performance, the Chiulista Corporation. On August 4, a former Chiulista employee contacted Breitbart Texas to confirm the BMGR’s vulnerabilities and poor security management practices. Aug 20, 2014 9:17 AM PT

Perry's National Guard Deployment More Symbolic Than Sustainable

TUCSON, Arizona--Texas Governor Rick Perry announced on Monday plans to deploy 1,000 National Guard troops to the part of the state’s border with Mexico hardest hit by the current immigration crisis. However, he offered few specifics on how they would be used, and did not indicate he made this decision after any consultation with the federal government or Texas border sheriffs. Jul 23, 2014 8:39 AM PT

Source Brings Insight Into Guatemalan First Lady's US Visit, Biden's Guatemalan Visit

TUCSON, Arizona--A member of Guatemalan First Lady Rosa Leal de Pérez’s entourage that traveled to southern Arizona this week provided a Breitbart Texas source with some inside information on Tuesday about Vice President Joe Biden’s appeal to Central American leaders and civil society groups on June 20. Miriam Celada, from the migrant shelter Hogar Nuestra Raices in Guatemala City, also indicated that the human smuggling situation from Guatemala to the United States is more dire than many people realize. Jul 6, 2014 3:13 PM PT

US Court: Mexicans Can Sue Border Patrol Agent Who Killed Their Rock-Throwing Son

TUCSON, Arizona--The US 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Monday that the parents of Sergio Hernandez, a 15 year-old Mexican teenager who was shot and killed by Border Patrol Agent Jesus Mesa on June 7, 2010, could sue Mesa in US civil court for alleged excessive use of force. This was a reversal of the initial judgment made in Mesa’s favor in the lower Western District Court in El Paso, TX. Jun 30, 2014 8:13 PM PT

UN Report Warned of Crisis, says 58 Percent are 'Refugees'

TUCSON, Arizona--It appears the United Nations knew about the growing humanitarian crisis on our southwest border before the White House did. On March 12, 2014, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) launched a report titled Children on the Run: Unaccompanied Children Leaving Central America and Mexico and the Need for International Protection. The report “analyzes the humanitarian impact this insecurity [in Central America] has had on children, forcing them across international borders to seek safety on their own.” Jun 26, 2014 7:29 AM PT

BREAKING: Tijuana Cartel Leader Captured by Mexican Army

Fernando “El Ingeniero” Sánchez Arellano, head of the once-powerful Arellano Félix Organization (a.k.a. the Tijuana cartel) has been captured, according to both US law enforcement and Mexican government sources. Jun 23, 2014 9:18 PM PT

Media Get Disappointing Look at TX and AZ Illegal Immigrant Detention Centers

TUCSON, Arizona--Wednesday, June 18, marked the first day since over a thousand unaccompanied alien children (UACs) were shipped from south Texas to Nogales, Arizona ten days ago that reporters were allowed to see the inside of the Border Patrol holding facility, and the immigrants themselves. But this was not meant to be the dropping of the DHS veil that has opaquely covered the process by which these minors have been transferred, housed, processed, and subsequently released. Although reporters were impacted by finally seeing the UACs in confinement with their own eyes, they still left after a very short time feeling like they didn’t get the whole story. Jun 19, 2014 6:35 AM PT

Pro-Bono Lawyers: Most Unaccompanied Border Children Eligible for Amnesty

As more and more unaccompanied alien children (UACs) from Central America have poured into south Texas—and subsequently transferred to Border Patrol facilities elsewhere along the border—US government officials are scrambling to find places to put them. However, based on current immigration and asylum laws, the vast majority of those children could be legally staying right here in the United States before long. Jun 16, 2014 7:55 AM PT

Some Unaccompanied Foreign Children Receiving Better Care than US Foster Kids

On June 13, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson told reporters in a press conference that the federal government would do what was in the “best interest” of thousands of unaccompanied alien children (UACs) crossing the border into south Texas every week. He also denied that the taxpayer-funded care being provided to them was serving as an incentive to Central American families to send more of their children. But a closer look at the services UACs are receiving while they go through removal proceedings tells a different story. Jun 15, 2014 11:32 AM PT

Why Many Illegal Immigrants Don't 'Wait in Line Like Everyone Else'

On Monday, the US Supreme Court ruled that if a child turns 21 years old, or “ages out,” while his or her parent(s) has a pending application for a US visa, they will have to go to the back of the line, so to speak, and start the process all over again--thus making the process of legally coming to the U.S. much more difficult. Jun 14, 2014 6:07 AM PT

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