January 19, 2024
For anyone paying attention for the past three years plus, the situation at the US-Mexico border is not merely a case of gross incompetence. Instead, it seems evident that the crisis was not an accident but was overtly intentional. Now, confidential documents confirm precisely that.
According to Townhall, a lawsuit filed by the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) against the Department of Homeland Security alleged that the agency mothballed the 287(g) program, which assists in the deportation of known criminals, specifically those who are child rapists, attempted murderers, assailants, carjackers, and others.
Read the full story at Law Enforcement Today.
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