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U.S. Border Patrol

The U.S. Border Patrol is the mobile, uniformed arm of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) branch of the Department of Homeland Security.  The top priority of the Border patrol is to keep terrorists and weapons from entering the United States.

The Border Patrol also helps to prevent smuggled goods and illegal drugs from crossing our borders.  It identifies and arrests persons with outstanding arrest warrants and works to prevent aliens from entering the country illegally.

The Border Patrol patrols 6,000 miles of Mexican and Canadian land borders and 2,000 miles of coastal waters of Florida and Puerto Rico.  Most of the work of the Border Patrol occurs in isolated communities and remote areas along our borders.

In recent years the Border Patrol has come under fire for not being able to stop the flow of illegal aliens from crossing the Mexican border into the United States.  The federal government is struggling with this issue and has been unable to provide an effective solution through what appears to many to be an unwillingness to close our borders to undocumented aliens.


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US Border Patrol Exposed Kicking Over Water Bottles Left For Migrants The In...
The Independent US border patrol exposed kicking over water bottles left for migrants The Independent US border patrol agents are routinely sabotaging water supplies left for migrants in the Arizona desert, condemning them to death, humanitarian groups have said. Travellers attempting to cross into the US from Mexico regularly die of dehydration, as Border Patrol accused of vandalizing water aid stations in the desertWBIR TV Aid group: Border Patrol agents destroyed water jugs left for illegal border crossersArizona Daily Star US Border Patrol Systematically Destroyed Water Supplies Left for Migrants in Desert, Report SaysThe Intercept El Paso Times Fox News The Guardian No More Deaths all 86 news articles raquo

17 Men Arrested By US Border Patrol In Northern Michigan WDIV ClickOnDetroit
17 men arrested by US Border Patrol in Northern Michigan WDIV ClickOnDetroit NOGALES, AZ MAY 14: The U.S. Border Patrol emblem is seen on the side of an agent39s truck patrolling the border May 14, 2006 in Nogales, Arizona. U.S. President George W. Bush will address the nation on the immigration issue May 15. Photo GRAYLING

Trump Used Border Patrol Agent Tragedy To Promote His Wall But Months Later,...
New York Daily News Trump used Border Patrol Agent tragedy to promote his wall but months later, we still don39t know what happened New York Daily News quotIt39s still something we think about every day,quot Ochoa, the fiance of Border Patrol Agent Rogelio quotRogerquot Martinez, told the Daily News. quotWe39re kind of just hoping for the truth to come out, and to put this to rest.quot Martinez died on Nov. 18 after

AposIn My Heart It Is Homeapos: UCBerkeley Student Detained By Border Patrol ...
Washington Post 39In my heart it is home39: UC Berkeley student detained by Border Patrol Washington Post They just missed the turn. Luis Mora, a 20 year old student at the University of California at Berkeley, and his girlfriend were driving home from a birthday party near San Diego on their recent winter break. It was dark, and they didn39t know the road Berkeley student in immigration detention misses first day of classes The San Diego Union Tribune UC Berkeley student released from ICE detention center SFGateSFGate UC Berkeley student released from immigration detention in Otay all 21 news articles raquo

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