San Diego Border Patrol Agent Thomas P. Silva Pleads Guilty to Human Smuggling and Insurance Fraud

Looks like another one of Nappy’s finest is headed to the big house …

Government Security News:  CBP officer pleads guilty to fugitive, fraud charges (Oct 3 2012)

A Customs and Border Protection officer who had been charged with helping his fugitive brother-in-law cross the border and to other unrelated charges of insurance fraud, has pleaded guilty to both offenses.  CBP officer Thomas P. Silva admitted to concealing a person from arrest and wire fraud charges on Oct. 3 in a federal court in San Diego  …

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2 Responses to San Diego Border Patrol Agent Thomas P. Silva Pleads Guilty to Human Smuggling and Insurance Fraud

  1. MG says:

    The person in this article was not a Border Patrol agent, contrary to your title. He was a Customs and Border Protection officer, which is quite different from a Border Patrol agent. It’s great that you’re “exposing” things, but you lose some credibility when you use the wrong titles.

    • M says:

      It’s a meaningless distinction in eyes of the public, which generally equates the Border Patrol (rolls of the lips easily) with Customs and Border Protection (a bit of a mouthful). Both sides of the agency are corrupt and unduly violent and in need of major reform.

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