Two Weeks in Review: The Border Patrol’s Sad Legacy

Friday, September 28, in Chula Vista, California, the border patrol murders a mother of five, Valeria Monique Alvarado (aka Valeria Munique Tachiquin):

Tuesday, October 2, three of the Border Patrol’s cowboys start shooting at each other in the brush near Naco, Arizona.  Final tally:  1 dead, 1 injured, 1 unharmed:

Tuesday, October 9, near Encinal, Texas, another couple of the Border Patrol’s cowboys decided to play deputy dog and stop a stolen car instead of referring it to local law enforcement.  In the end, the suspect is hospitalized (not clear if his injuries result from the ensuing accident or from being shot) and the car is destroyed:

Wednesday, October 10, at Nogales, Arizona, the proud lawmen of the United States Border Patrol bagged a 16-year-old child on the Mexican side of the border:

Wednesday, October 10, also near Encinal, Texas, to top it all off, there is this relatively minor event which really underscores the moral vacuum that pervades the Border Patrol:

For the most part the Border Patrol has kept the names of their thugs and bullies secret, leaving them free to continue their abusive behaviors at the continued expense of the American and Mexican peoples.

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