Mexico

Seven-Time Deported Illegal Alien Accused of Five Rapes over Two Decades

An illegal alien, deported seven times from the United States, is now facing charges that he committed at least five rapes over the course of nearly two decades.

Carlos Nava, a 46-year-old illegal alien from Mexico, is facing multiple sexual assault charges in Clark County, Nevada. One of the cases dates back to 2003. Prosecutors are accusing Nava of raping prostitutes in Las Vegas and kidnapping one of them. After having been arrested in July, Nava was given a $5,000 bail and released from jail with an ankle-monitoring GPS tracker. . . . Read more about Seven-Time Deported Illegal Alien Accused of Five Rapes over Two Decades

Recreational Drugs These Days Are More Likely To Kill You Due To Mexican Fentanyl

The medical examiner’s office in Maryland said that he died from the combined effects of fentanyl and cocaine and that his death was ruled accidental.

By McKenna Oxenden
July 1, 2022, 4:44 p.m. ET 

Quite a few professional athletes have been dying young lately. For instance, two recent NFL first-round draft picks died in car crashes (and a third survived a 156 mph crash but killed a women he ran into). A U. of Kentucky basketball player who was tabbed an NBA first-round draft pick also died driving.

These anecdotes probably tie into the big surge of bad driving among blacks after George Floyd’s death. . . . Read more about Recreational Drugs These Days Are More Likely To Kill You Due To Mexican Fentanyl

Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

Mexico’s government issued approximately 3,000 travel permits to members of a migrant caravan that arrived over the weekend in Chiapas. Rather than trying to stop the group, authorities issued permits and allowed them to continue north in a fragmented manner. . . . Read more about Mexico Gives Travel Permits to 3000 Caravan Migrants Headed to U.S.

Texas-Bound Bus Holding 54 Migrants Stopped at Mexican Border Checkpoint

Mexican authorities stopped a human smuggling attempt featuring a passenger bus to move 54 migrants toward the Texas border.

The case took place over the weekend in Altamira, Tamaulipas, where state police officers had set up a joint checkpoint with federal authorities. . . . Read more about Texas-Bound Bus Holding 54 Migrants Stopped at Mexican Border Checkpoint

CBP's November Border Apprehension Numbers Increase 140 Percent from Last Year

Preliminary U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data obtained by the Washington Post shows November was another busy month of Border Patrol as the large wave of people attempting to illegally enter the U.S. via the southern border continues unabated. . . . Read more about CBP's November Border Apprehension Numbers Increase 140 Percent from Last Year

Bi-National Effort Cracks Down on Border Fence Cutting in New Mexico

El Paso Sector Border Patrol agents teamed up with Mexican law enforcement to arrest and prosecute human smugglers who cut border fences in New Mexico. The initiative is designed to create consequences for breaching border barriers. . . . Read more about Bi-National Effort Cracks Down on Border Fence Cutting in New Mexico

EXCLUSIVE: Venezuelan Migrant Apprehensions at Border Up 9000 Percent

Breitbart Texas reviewed preliminary arrest data indicating some migrant demographics encountered in October have increased upwards of 9,000 percent when compared to October 2020. The documents were provided by a source within Customs and Border Protection (CBP) not authorized to speak to media.

CBP does not normally release these data and instead will combine migrant arrests of citizens outside Mexico and northern triangle Central American countries as “Other.” . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: Venezuelan Migrant Apprehensions at Border Up 9000 Percent

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Texas Installs Border Barrier Made of Shipping Containers

EAGLE PASS, Texas — Trucks arrived in the early morning hours Tuesday hauling dozens of shipping containers to the banks of the Rio Grande. Governor Greg Abbott is using the re-purposed containers to serve as a makeshift border barrier in preparation for the latest migrant caravan. As locals looked on from both sides of the border, Texas authorities worked with contract crews to install the containers. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Texas Installs Border Barrier Made of Shipping Containers

EXCLUSIVE: 60K Migrants Released into U.S. in October

A source within Customs and Border Protection says more than 60,000 migrants who crossed the southwest border in October 2021 were released into the United States. The source, not authorized to speak to the media, says 40 percent were ineligible to be swiftly expelled under the Trump era Title 42 CDC COVID-19 emergency order. . . . Read more about EXCLUSIVE: 60K Migrants Released into U.S. in October

Texas Set to Finalize Plan to Build 700 Miles of Wall at Southern Border

Texas is expected to award a contract this week to begin construction of a barrier along its southern border with Mexico.

In an early-September statement on its website, the Texas Facilities Commission announced that a design firm and an engineering firm had been selected to oversee the project’s construction, The Texas Tribunereported last week. . . . Read more about Texas Set to Finalize Plan to Build 700 Miles of Wall at Southern Border

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