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Juarez Police will Aid Border Patrol

Filed under: Crime,Immigration — DRJ @ 2:58 pm

[Guest post by DRJ]

In an effort avoid violence and tension that arose from the shooting of a 15-year-old Mexico boy last week, U.S. and Mexican authorities announced that Juarez police will join the Border Patrol in some high-profile areas. The joint patrols will be conducted in “spots known for rock attacks, including Downtown, near the old Asarco plant and Anapra-Sunland Park.” The goal is to avoid problems for both sides. Let’s see how it’s working out so far:

“On Saturday, a demonstration turned violent when Juárez protesters crossed the Rio Grande, threw rocks at the U.S. side and ripped a chain link fence. The Border Patrol, including agents in riot gear, waited nearby but did not confront the protesters. There were no reported injuries.

In a statement, El Paso Sector Border Patrol Chief Agent Randy Hill said he has “instructed his agents to exercise appropriate restraint without compromising personal safety or national security to avoid another incident.”

Sounds like the new plan is to respond in force and do nothing.


11 Responses to “Juarez Police will Aid Border Patrol”

  1. 15-year-old Mexico boy wanted felon


    redc1c4 (fb8750)

  2. The Mexican border patrol only swings into action when people attempt to immigrate into Mexico, not out of it. Just ask the recent would – be immigrants from Central America, who are asked for their papers immediately and summarily shown the door at the front end of a machine gun. I only know this because the President of Mexico told Wolf Blitzer.

    Dmac (3d61d9)

  3. Forgot to add what a bunch of wacists we all are.

    Dmac (3d61d9)

  4. meanwhile the Indonesian Imbecile’s regime cedes American territory to Mexico.

    redc1c4 (fb8750)

  5. Our Border Patrol will give medals and commendations to agents that show restraint.

    It’s our kinder and gentler way for our government to welcome new voters for the Democrats.

    MU789 (6910eb)

  6. I have said it many times before, but for our gubmint there is absolutely no border-related problem to which the correct answer is to build a fence. None.

    Gazzer (d79016)

  7. The Border Patrol, including agents in riot gear, waited nearby but did not confront the protesters.

    And the government’s attitude toward Iran and North Korea gains a foothold at the Mexican border…

    Blacque Jacques Shellacque (9fe4a5)

  8. Comment by redc1c4

    Thanks for that link. I heard a bit of the same report, but only a bit. The map at the link suggests (to me) that the area is a strip along the border, but listening to the interview it is stated that the area reaches 80 miles and 3 counties deep.

    Not much different than the Russians establishing a beach-head in Alaska.

    I don’t think there is a bigger failure of a president than allowing an invasion of foreign troops into US territory and letting them occupy it. Sounds like an impeachable offense to me, maybe come December it will seem that way to more people if the situation is unchanged.

    MD in Philly (5a98ff)

  9. Can’t wait until one of the Mexican Border Police takes a rock or two. Do you think anyone will have their “rights” read to them?

    As to that park-land in AZ, sounds like a good place for the Minutemen to set up a defensive perimeter. Since civilians have been forbidden by Obama to enter, and the enviro’s have gotten the BP excluded due to the extreme environmental sensitivity of the flora and fauna, anyone in that park-land is obviously a bad-guy, and should be shot.

    AD - RtR/OS! (728434)

  10. They are attacking invaders of sovereign territory and, therefore, are targets. If they don’t want lead poisoning then they should stay in Mexico.

    PatriotRider (8d9a6f)

  11. Painted Jaguar: My mummy, ever so patient and kind, tells me great-great-great-great uncle was one of the last of the Jaguars that lived so far away from the dark, turbid waters of the Amazon. The alpacas, who are both kind and have time to read in the winter when it snows in the mountains, tell me that near the clear, cold waters of Lake Superior the humans have reintroduced wolves. Perhaps it is time to reintroduce Jaguars near the waters of the Rio Grande…

    MD in Philly (5a98ff)

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