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Sinaloa Cartel Operatives Sentenced to Prison in Southern District of California

A major drug trafficker and money launderer for the Mexican Sinaloa Cartel was sentenced to 188 months in prison for supervising the smuggling of multi-kilogram quantities of cocaine, methamphetamine, and heroin from Mexico into the United States. through Southern California and smuggling drug proceeds back to Mexico. . . . Read more about Sinaloa Cartel Operatives Sentenced to Prison in Southern District of California

Sinaloa Cartel Ring Busted in U.S. 1,400 Miles from its Mexican Headquarters

The large-scale drug trafficking operation of an infamous cartel just got busted in a mountain state some 1,400 miles from its Mexican headquarters and only one U.S. official, a local prosecutor, has dared to acknowledge the obvious; “This poison is coming over from our southern border unchecked,” said the elected prosecutor of Colorado’s largest district. . . . Read more about Sinaloa Cartel Ring Busted in U.S. 1,400 Miles from its Mexican Headquarters

Exclusive: Texas Law Enforcement Reports Reveal Scope of the Border Crisis

DEL RIO, Texas—In one week, 22,651 illegal aliens from 40 countries were apprehended in Texas near the U.S.–Mexico border, according to a Nov. 2 law enforcement report issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety and obtained by The Epoch Times. . . . Read more about Exclusive: Texas Law Enforcement Reports Reveal Scope of the Border Crisis

Texas DPS: Mexican Cartels Committing Murders in the U.S.

Drug cartel gunmen are crossing the border to commit murders in Texas, authorities claim. The statements by officials from the Texas Department of Public Safety directly clash with longstanding claims by local police chiefs who routinely say that border cities are safe. . . . Read more about Texas DPS: Mexican Cartels Committing Murders in the U.S.

Biden’s Border Crisis Is About to Hit a New Low

The border crisis Joe Biden and his administration created is about to hit a new low, as the “mother of all caravans” moves towards the U.S.

Throughout their nearly ten months in office, Biden administration officials have repeatedly denied that the situation at the border is a crisis. . . . Read more about Biden’s Border Crisis Is About to Hit a New Low

Cartels Using Narco-Slaves to Grow Illegal Marijuana on Industrial Scale in Oregon

Seven years after Oregon legalized recreational marijuana, the market for cannabis is booming. But rather than propagate a legal agricultural sector that grows the state’s economy as intended, the industry has taken a dark turn in Southern Oregon. . . . Read more about Cartels Using Narco-Slaves to Grow Illegal Marijuana on Industrial Scale in Oregon

Mexican Army Finds Cocaine on Bus Bound for Border City

Mexican soldiers found a shipment of cocaine hidden in a passenger bus headed for the border city of Matamoros. The seizure took place at a time when authorities have stepped up their presence at highway checkpoints amid the immigration crisis. . . . Read more about Mexican Army Finds Cocaine on Bus Bound for Border City

AZ Sheriff Declares 'War on Drugs Is Back' in America as Border Crisis Overwhelms Law Enforcement

An Arizona sheriff said “the war on drugs is back” in America as the growing border crisis overwhelms local law enforcement.

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels shared the strong words about drugs crossing the nation’s southern border during an interview on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” on Friday. . . . Read more about AZ Sheriff Declares 'War on Drugs Is Back' in America as Border Crisis Overwhelms Law Enforcement

Arrests of Deported Sex Offenders, Criminal Aliens Up 300 Percent Along Border

rrests of criminal migrants who illegally re-enter the U.S. jumped from 2,438 in FY 2020 to 9,728 through the end of August 2021. This represents an increase of nearly 300 percent with the September numbers still unreported. . . . Read more about Arrests of Deported Sex Offenders, Criminal Aliens Up 300 Percent Along Border

West Virginia Sues Biden Administration Over Refusal to Restart Remain in Mexico Policy

West Virginia on Thursday sued President Joe Biden’s administration, alleging its refusal to restart the Trump era policy known as Remain in Mexico will lead to an increase in drug trafficking. . . . Read more about West Virginia Sues Biden Administration Over Refusal to Restart Remain in Mexico Policy

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