Cultural Marxists claim that the problem on the border is racial profiling and trigger happy Border Patrol Agents, where the reality is that racial profiling is legal and it's the Border Patrol that is under attack. The Obama Regime responds by indicting innocent Border Patrol Agents, while the real problem is corrupt Hispanic Border Patrol Agents and Customs and Border Protection Officers.
And while the myth of Border Patrol brutality is in the press, the reality of Hispanic criminality in the Border Patrol is downplayed or ignored. While the race of white police officers who use force on black suspects is always the lead in the news, race is never the lead in these following stories about Hispanic corruption and misconduct in DHS.
Did A Border Patrol Agent Aid A Mexican Cartel Decapitation?Then, not surprising given Mexican age of consent laws:
LA Times, November 9, 2015 by Molly Hennessy-Fiske
A Border Patrol agent in south Texas faces murder charges in connection with what authorities say was a Mexican cartel killing that left a decapitated body floating off the coast of South Padre Island this year.
Border Patrol Agent Joel Luna, 30, was assigned to the Hebbronville station, about 165 miles northwest of the island, and had worked for the agency six years. He was placed on administrative leave after his arrest last week, officials said.
Luna is charged with capital murder, possession of a controlled substance, engaging in organized criminal activity and tampering with evidence in the death of Jose Francisco Rodriguez Palacios Paz, 33, a Honduran immigrant.
Ex-Border Patrol Agent In Texas Gets 6 Years For Sex AssaultAnd:
Houston Chronicle November 4, 2015
EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A former U.S. Border Patrol agent in West Texas has been sentenced to six years in prison for having sex with a 15-year-old girl.
The El Paso Times reports 29-year-old Luis Angel Lozada pleaded guilty to three counts of sexual assault and three counts of sexual performance of a child.
Court records indicate Lozada was sentenced last week to six years in state prison on each count, with the terms running currently.
Prosecutors say Lozada had a sexual relationship with the teenager for more than a year before his arrest last March by El Paso police. Lozada was placed on administrative leave following his arrest.
Ex-US Customs Officer Pleads Guilty In Arizona Drug CaseThere is a problem on the border, but it's not that too many illegals are arrested, and it's not shootings by Border Patrol Agents; the problem is Hispanic crime within the Border Patrol and DHS. But the left, which prominently mentions race when white law enforcement officers are involved in allegations of misconduct, never mentions the race most often involved in what few corruption and abuse cases occur: Hispanics.
Houston Chronicle November 4, 2015
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A former U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer has pleaded guilty to conspiring to smuggle marijuana into Arizona and accepting bribes to let drug loads through the Douglas port of entry.
Federal prosecutors say 37-year-old Johnny G. Acosta pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Tucson to conspiracy to import more than 2,200 pounds of marijuana between September 2010 and September 2013.
They say Acosta also pleaded guilty to accepting thousands of dollars in bribes to allow drug-loaded vans from Mexico to cross the Douglas port without inspection.
Prosecutors say Acosta faces at least seven years in prison when he's sentenced Jan. 12.