January 7, 2013   Current Site Visitors -> web tracker

Wholesale Invasion Continues
Up to 1,000 per day flood across border near Tucson
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Glenn Spencer --- American Border Patrol -- January 7 
    A new report from secureborderintel.org paints a frightening picture of the U.S. -- Mexico border in Arizona. From Nov. 1 to Nov. 15 alone, SBI documented 1,170 drug and human smuggling incidents south and west of Tucson. And, since the report covers only about 1/3 of all activity - there may be as many as 1,000 people a day crossing the border illegally south of Tucson.
    SBI maintains an electronic listening post south and west of Tucson that allows it to record about 1/3 of enforcement radio traffic. A careful --- and time consuming --- analysis of this traffic allows SBI to pinpoint the location of the enforcement activity and what type of Border Patrol assets were involved.
    From Jan. 1 to Nov. 15, SBI documented 5,432 incidents. See map.
    In some cases SBI can document how many suspected illegal aliens are involved. From Nov. 1 to 15 it documented 99 incidents involving more than 8 people. The largest group involved 100 people.
    Assuming the actual level to be three times SBI's sample, the total number of illegal aliens being chased by the border patrol could amount to more than 300 per day. And, not all are spotted and chased. At any one time there could be as many as 1,000 people invading the U.S. in this limited area alone.
    Customs and Border Protection employs about 43 aircraft engaged in the border battle in this area, with about ten active on any one day. The highly touted Predator B UAV is rarely heard from.
    The SBI report shows no let up of the increased border enforcement activity since the August 15 amnesty program went into effect.
    More tomorrow!

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